Comprehensive school reform and student achievement : a meta-analysis.

http://www.csos.jhu.edu/crespar/techreports/report59.pdf

In this meta-analysis the authors review the research on the achievement effects of the nationally disseminated and externally developed school improvement programs known as ´whole-school` or ´comprehensive` reforms. In addition to reviewing the overall achievement effects of comprehensive school reform (CSR), they study the specific effects of 29 of the most widely implemented models. They also assess how various CSR components, contextual factors, and methodological factors associated with the studies mediate the effects of CSR. They conclude that CSR is still an evolving field and that there are limitations on the overall quantity and quality of the research base. The overall effects of CSR, though, appear promising and the combined quantity, quality, and statistical significance of evidence from three of the models, in particular, set them apart from the rest.

Anbieter:

Publication Department CRESPAR / John Hopkins University; 3003N. Charles Street, Suite 200; Baltimore MD 21218 USA

Autor:

u.a.; Hewes, Gina, M.; Overmann, Laura, T.; Borman, Geoffrey, D.

Bildungsebene:

Primarstufe; Sekundarstufe I; Sekundarstufe II

Lernressourcentyp:

Primärmaterial/Quelle

Lizenz:

Keine Angabe, es gilt die gesetzliche Regelung

Schlagwörter:

Methode; Modell; Metaanalyse; Empirische Untersuchung

freie Schlagwörter:

FORSCHUNGSSTAND; LITERATURBERICHT; SCHULQUALITAET; SCHULREFORM; SCHULERFOLG; SCHUELERLEISTUNG; COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL

Ortsbezüge:

Vereinigte Staaten

Sprache:

Englisch

Themenbereich:

Schule; Schulwesen allgemein; Schulsystem, Organisation

Geeignet für:

Lehrer; Schüler