Data Strategies To Uncover And Eliminate Hidden Inequities The Wallpaper Effect, Paperback
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Standardized test scores and other outcome-based data are useful tools, but they also paint an incomplete picture that papers over the cracks in our education system. Peel away the layers, however and you discover hidden factors that contribute to the achievement gap and chronic low school performance. Ruth S. Johnson and Robin Avelar La Salle dramatically illustrate how data from nontraditional sources - disciplinary policies, teacher attendance, special education referrals and more - can be used to uncover and eliminate systemic inequities. This solution-focused guide. Helps you identify sources of data and questions to ask. Examines disparities in graduation rates, special education placement and the achievement of English learners. Includes data exercises to help you analyze your school or district as you read
Data Strategies to Uncover and Eliminate Hidden Inequities arms you with the tactics you need to challenge the status quo and take decisive action.Features. Title - Data Strategies to Uncover and Eliminate Hidden Inequities. Sub Title - The Wallpaper Effect. Authored - Ruth S. Johnson. Primary Author - California State University, Los Angeles. Binding - Paperback. Pages - 312. Publication Date - 04-Aug-10. Primary Subject Code - Data-Driven Decision Making - CAC. Year - 2010. Item weight - 22oz.About the Author
Ruth S. Johnson is a professor emeritus at California State University, Los Angeles. She has served in a variety of educational settings in New Jersey and California. Ruth received her Ed.D. in 1985 from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Her dissertation was titled An Exploratory Study of Academic Labeling, Student Achievement and Student Ethnographic Characteristics. At the K-12 level, she served as a classroom teacher, an instructional consultant, a director of elementary education, an analyst, an assistant superintendent of schools in the areas of curriculum and business and as a superintendent of schools. She initiated efforts that resulted in raising academic standards and student achievement in low performing school districts. She served as an education consultant for the New Jersey Department of Education and as a director for two non-profit organizations in California which focused on raising student achievement in underserved student populations. Her major scholarly interests and publications focus on processes related to changing the academic culture of urban schools, with an emphasis on access and equity. In addition to her four published books, she has written numerous book chapters, articles, editorials, research reports and manuscript reviews. As a recognized speaker, she has presented nationally to scholarly and professional audiences and serves as a consultant to schools and districts. Robin Avelar La Salle grew up in Echo Park, near downtown Los Angeles. Avelar La Salle holds a Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University with emphasis on Language, Literacy and Culture. She taught elementary, middle, high school and university students in Southern and Northern California. Avelar La Salle spent years as the Administrator for Curriculum, Staff Development and Assessment at a school district outside of Los Angeles. She has held numerous positions in research and consulting focused on advancing academic success for historically underperforming students. Currently, Avelar La Salle is co-founder and Chief Program Officer for PRINCIPAL’s Exchange, a California State-approved external evaluation firm dedicated to improving schools and districts serving high-poverty, high-minority communities.- SKU: CRWN1203
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