Becoming a Great High School: 6 Strategies and 1 Attitude That Make a Difference

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Classroom Instruction That Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement by Robert J. Marzano, Debra J. Pickering, and Jane E. Pollock (#101010)

Doc: The Story of Dennis Littky and His Fight for a Better School by Susan Kammeraad-Campbell (#105056)

Educational Leadership, April 2007, The Prepared Graduates (#107032)

Educational Leadership, May 2008, Reshaping High Schools (#108027)

Education Update, October 2006, High School Reform in Philly 106023

Personalizing the High School Experience for Each Student by Joseph Dimartino and John H. Clarke (#107054)

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High Schools at Work: Creating Student-Centered Learning (one DVD with a comprehensive facilitator’s guide) (#606117)

High Schools at Work: Engaging Students in Learning (one 30-minute videotape with Facilitator’s Guide) (#406118)

High Schools at Work: Personalizing the School (one 30-minute videotape with Facilitator’s Guide) (#406119)

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