Making Good Schools: Linking School Effectiveness and School Improvement

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Index

a
action research 79
aesthetic domain 28, 33
affective domain 28, 32 -3
Ainscow, M. 85, 119, 120
attracting students 24 -5
Australia 63, 64, 96
authentic relationships 122

b
Barclay-Calvert Project 129 -32
basic skills 27, 30, 40 ;
Dutch NSIP 133 -6
'bottom-up' paradigm 67, 97, 98
boundaries and rules 122
British Economic and Social Research Council 96
Brookover, W.B. 37, 38
budgets, national 6

c
Caldwell, B. 96
Calvert-Barclay Project 129 -32
Cambridge school improvement group 88
Canada 95 ;
Halton Effective Schools Project 116 -19
Carroll, J.B. 48
case stories/studies 17, 102
cause-effect relationships 104
centralisation-decentralisation paradox 6, 7, 62 -6
change, educational 115 ;
adaptation of external change for internal purposes 83 ;
centralisation-decentralisation paradox 62 -6;
contextual changes in 1990s 3, 8 ;
key factors 103 -4;
managing 61 -2;
perspectives on innovation 61 -2;
process and school improvement 69, 71 ;
school as unit of change 63, 67, 84 -5;
strategies for 66, 75, 80 ;
study of 59, 62 ;
transformation in 'culture' of schools 143 -4
Change Agent Study 65 -6
change-capacities 72 -4
change mechanisms 74 -5
classroom conditions 121 -3
classroom level 132 ;
Dutch NSIP 133 -4;
model of educational effectiveness 48, 50, 55 ;
neglect of 106, 114 -15;
successful school improvement 80 -1
climate, school 40, 42, 45
Coalition of Essential Schools 143
cognitive domain 27, 32 -3
coherence 83
cohesion 49, 55
Coleman Report 38
collegiality 54, 79
communication:
and decision-making 73 ;
between teachers and students 42
consistency 49, 55
consonance 83
consortia 142 -3
constancy 49, 55
context-specific school improvement 140 -3

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