School Improvement and Reform: A Study of Student-Related Factors in Priority School Turnaround Efforts
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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, ...
Fowler, Lee V. (Virginia Tech, 1997-07-31)This dissertation is a case study of the initial year of integration at a predominantly white southern high school. The school's racial configuration changed from approximately 10% black to approximately 35% black in the ...
The Magnet School Program As A Desgregation Tool In School Districts Receiving Federal Funds From The Magnet Schools Assistance Program In 1995 Carrington, Willie Patrick (Virginia Tech, 2001-10-02)Over the last three decades, the magnet school program has been employed as a desegregation tool to eliminate, reduce, or prevent minority group isolation in public schools in America. By definition, the magnet school ...