Examining the Use of Federal School Improvement Grant Funds and Academic Outcomes in Schools Denied Accreditation and Priority Schools within the Commonwealth of Virginia
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The perceptions of public school principals from schools of different levels of quality about the influence that desegregation, supplementary financial assistance, magnet school thematic activities, and increased educational opportunities have on the quality of education in schools Lerch, David K. (Virginia Tech, 1994-11-15)
This case study determined whether there was a difference in perceptions among principals from different quality schools about the influence desegregation, supplemental financial assistance, magnet thematic activities, ...
Teenage attitudes/practices toward the School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program at James Monroe High School, Fredericksburg, Virginia Fortune, Joanne C. (Virginia Tech, 1996-05-06)
The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and the School Breakfast Program (SSP) operate daily in the nation's schools providing nutritious meals to children. These federally sponsored programs operate with the goal of ...
Is School Size Important? A Study of the Relationship Between School Size and Advanced Achievement in Public Secondary Schools in Virginia Perrigan, Keith Samuel (Virginia Tech, 2010-12-06)The primary focus of the current study was to determine if there is a relationship between size of high school and advanced academic achievement as measured by the Virginia Index of Performance while statistically controlling ...