Examining the Roles and Possible Roles of State Departments of Education in Comprehensive School Reform
A Special Issue of the journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk
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First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 10, Number 1, 2005
Contents: E.T. Hamann, Introduction: Examining the Roles and Possible Roles of State Departments of Education in Comprehensive School Reform. B.A. Erlichson, Comprehensive School Reform in New Jersey: Waxing and Waning Support for Model Implementation. T.L. Good, M.M. McCaslin, CSR Principal Perceptions of Support From the State Department of Education. E.T. Hamann, I. Zuliani, M. Hudak, English Language Learners, Comprehensive School Reform, and State Education Agencies: An Overlooked Opportunity to Make Comprehensive School Reform Comprehensive. B. Lane, S. Gracia, State-Level Support for Comprehensive School Reform: Implications for Policy and Practice. A. Datnow, Happy Marriage or Uneasy Alliance? The Relationship Between Comprehensive School Reform and State Accountability Systems. H. Mehan, Commentary: The Changing But Under-Realized Roles of State Education Agencies in School Reform.