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Publisher's Summary

In the three years since the publication of the first volume of 101 Questions & Answers about Standards, Assessment, and Accountability, Dr. Reeves and the Center for Performance Assessment have continued to receive and respond to real-world questions from teachers, school leaders, parents, students, and educational researchers. Now, in the age of increased accountability and No Child Left Behind, Dr. Reeves offers this second collection of questions and answers that addresses a new set of issues affecting education today.
Topics include:


Establishing Power Standards for elective courses
Evaluating the benefits of teaching to prescribed standards and developing building- or district-specific Power Standards
Aligning leaders' approaches to standards-based instruction and accountability
Preparing students for university acceptance based on norm-referenced versus criterion-referenced scoring
Collecting data from both district-wide and building-wide assessments
Measuring student achievement in reading and writing
Evaluating achievement for ESL, remedial, and gifted students Together with the first collection of questions and answers, this second volume will help all stakeholders in education today formulate effective solutions and improve communication within the school community.

© and (P)2004 Advanced Learning Press, a division of Advanced Learning Centers, Inc.
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By Russ on 11-25-13

For me this book sucks. Not at all what I though

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

It needed to be To the point. .

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can't say

What didn’t you like about Douglas B. Reeves and Jesse Smith ’s performance?

the subject was just to dry, the book was poorly put together.

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Fell a Sleep.

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