Rendering School Resources More Effective
Unconventional Reponses To Long-standing Issues:a Special Issue of the peabody Journal of Education
First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 80, Number 3, 2005
Contents: J.W. Guthrie, M.G. Springer, Introduction to the Special Issue on Rendering School Resources More Effective: Unconventional Responses to Long-Standing Issues. J.W. Guthrie, An "Education Professions Performance Development Act": A Prospectus for Providing "Highly Qualified" and More Motivated Teachers and Leaders for America's Schools. M. Podgursky, Teacher Licensing in U.S. Public Schools: The Case for Simplicity and Flexibility. S. Loeb, L. Darling-Hammond, J. Luczak, How Teaching Conditions Predict Teacher Turnover in California Schools. L.O. Picus, S.F. Marion, N. Calvo, W.J. Glenn, Understanding the Relationship Between Student Achievement and the Quality of Educational Facilities: Evidence From Wyoming. J. Imazeki, A. Reschovsky, Assessing the Use of Econometric Analysis in Estimating the Costs of Meeting State Education Accountability Standards: Lessons From Texas. T. Timar, Exploring the Limits of Entitlement: Williams v. State of California.