This book presents the views of teachers, teacher educators, and administrators who write about accountability, testing, and standards programs. The chapters are: (1) qFrom Policy to Practice: The Researchq (Allan A. Glatthorn); (2) qNew York's Test-Driven Standardsq (Jean Fontana); (3) qVoices from a Native American Classroom in Nebraskaq (Katherine Bauer-Sanders); (4) qEducational Reform in Texasq (Kathy Hogan); (5) qCalifornia: The Golden Stateq (Carol Jago); (6) qDeveloping Rigorous Standards in Massachusettsq (James Kelleher); (7) qVermont's Standards and the Teacher Adventureq (Patricia McGonegal); (8) qPolitics, Pedagogy, and Professional Development in Michiganq (Laura Schiller); (9) qObservations of a Novice Teacher in North Carolinaq (John Walsh); (10) qIn Colorado, People Should Ask Not What Standards Can Do for Them, But What They Can Do for Standardsq (Rob Weil); (11) qTeachers' Perspectives: A Colleague's Commentaryq (Jean Fontana); and (12) qStandards, Tests, and Accountability: What They Mean for the Classroom Teacherq (Allan Glatthorn). (SLD)... The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison; Farewell to Manzanar by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka; Cool Salsa, which is a bilingual collection of Latino poetry andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Coping with Standards, Tests, and Accountability|
|Author||:||Allan A. Glatthorn, Jean Fontana|
|Publisher||:||National Education Assn - 2000-01-01|