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Titel: Schools Making a Difference
Autor/en: Martin Thrupp, Thrupp

ISBN: 0335202128
EAN: 9780335202126
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
OPEN UNIV PR

Mai 1999 - kartoniert - 240 Seiten

Beschreibung

Does an effective school really come about through the actions of teachers and school leaders, or does it also require an advantaged student intake? This question reflects a longstanding research debate about whether or not the social class mix of a school's student intake has much effect on individual achievement. Schools Making a Difference: Let's Be Realistic! presents new evidence which suggests that school mix is likely to be important because of the way many school processes are deeply influenced by student intake characteristics. Low socioeconomic schools face numerous intake-related constraints which make them highly resistant to improvement efforts. By suggesting that 'failing' schools are often overwhelmed rather than ineffective, this book provides a sympathetic reappraisal of the performance of teachers and school leaders in such schools. It also offers a critical response to the often unrealistic claims of the school effectiveness and school improvement movement and a fresh critique of market reforms in education.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface
Acknowledgements
Part one: The problem of school mix
The social limits of reform
School effectiveness research and the enduring problem of school mix
Possible mechanisms and a research strategy
Part two: The Wellington schools
Setting the scene
It's not what you know...
The negotiated curriculum
The art of the possible
Part three: Theory, practice, policy and research
Understanding the impact of school mix
Social class segregation and the politics of polarisation and blame
Improvement research
how realistic?
Conclusion
let's be realistic!
References
Index.

Portrait

Dr Martin Thrupp lectures in the sociology of education and education policy at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. His previous research and writing has been in the areas of social class and education, school markets and school accountability. He is joint editor of the New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies.
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