The Mathematics Program Improvement Review: A Comprehensive Evaluation Process for K-12 Schools

Synopsis

Regardless of how well your students are scoring on standardized math tests, test scores can't tell you which aspects of your program are moving students from proficient to advanced and why some students are falling behind. To get a total picture of math learning, hundreds of schools in urban, suburban, and rural districts use the detailed, research-based evaluative process described in this book. An award-winning math educator and textbook author provides you with all the steps you need to review how well your math program stacks up to 10 essential standards. Included are guidelines for forming your math review team, plus all the materials you need to conduct the review, such asQuestionnaires and templates for interviews and classroom observations Forms for compiling ratings and generating a final report Tips and handouts for review team training and practice activities

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