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Using Title I as a Model For Reform

Student Achievement and School Accountability Conference
October 2002

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  1. Using Title I as a Model For Reform
  2. Issues for Low Performing Schools
  3. Scale Score Percentiles
  4. Chart Percentage at or above Proficiently by Race/Ethnicity
  5. Chart 1999 NAEP Reading Scores
  6. The Cornerstones
  7. Standards, Assessment & Accountability
  8. Academic Standards and Student Academic Achievement Standards
  9. Academic Standards should:
  10. Student Academic Achievement Standards should:
  11. Assessment System
  12. Assessment System
  13. Map Assessment Systems
  14. Accountability
  15. Accountability
  16. A school has met AYP if:
  17. Schools That Do Not Make AYP
  18. Public School Choice
  19. Supplemental Ed. Services
  20. Supplemental Ed. Services
  21. Supplemental Ed. Services
  22. Supplemental Ed. Services
  23. Highly Quality Staff
  24. Highly Qualified Teachers and Paraprofessionals
  25. Definition of ?Highly-qualified?
  26. Definition of ?Highly-qualified? (cont.)
  27. Paraprofessionals
  28. Scientifically-bases Research
  29. Scientifically-based Research
  30. Scientifically-based Research (cont.)
  31. Scientifically-based Research
  32. Professional Development
  33. Professional Development
  34. Technical Assistance
  35. Technical Assistance
  36. Parental Involvement
  37. Parental Involvement
  38. No Child Left Behind & Title I
  39. Rewards to Schools that Improve Student Achievement
  40. Group House with Sun
  41. No Child Left Behind little red school house

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