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Published by North Carolina Educational Policy Research Center, School of Education, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, NC .
Written in English

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  • United States.

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  • Year-round schools -- United States.

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Edition Notes

StatementBlaine R. Worthen and Stephen W. Zsiray, Jr.
ContributionsZsiray, Stephen W., North Carolina Educational Policy Research Center.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB3034 .W67 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 31 p. :
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL938041M
LC Control Number95621917
OCLC/WorldCa32320572

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what twenty years of educational studies. reveal about year-round education. blaine r. worthen utah state university. and. stephen w. zsiray, jr. cache county school district, utah. commissioned by the north carolina educational policy research center university of File Size: 1MB. The articles include: (1) "What Twenty Years of Educational Studies Reveal About Year-Round Education" (Blaine R. Worthen and Stephen W. Zsiray, Jr.); (2) "Year-Round No More" (William D. White); (3) "Year Round Education: Breaking the Bonds of Tradition" (Kim E. Sheane, Jean Donaldson, and Louann A. Bierlein); (4) "Year-Round Schooling as an Cited by: 1.   More precisely, under the year-round schooling, children still have to attend classes days of the year. These days, however, are distributed in a special way with shorter breaks between each term. The most famous example of year round education is the plan. Yet, it is far from being the only one existing. Whatever it is called, year-round education has been around for as long as there have been schools, Cooper says. The traditional nine-month school calendar we know today, note those who study the issue, originated in the early years of the United States when many .

Educational Studies. Impact Factor. , Vol 13 An empirical study of mindset in secondary vocational. Two years later (), Maria Montessori visits the U.S., and Alexander Graham Bell and his wife Mabel found the Montessori Educational Association at their Washington, DC, home - Edward Lee Thorndike's book, Educational Psychology: The Psychology of Learning, is published. An increasing body of research during the past 20 years supports the benefits of parent involvement in their child’s schooling. A summary of studies in this research area confirms the importance of parent involvement across cultures, school types, and geographic area (Epstein, ; Henderson & Mapp, ; Hiatt-Michael, ).Cited by: This book celebrates twenty years of the International Congress for School Effecti- ness and Improvement. According to Judith Chapman’s report in the first issue of the Australian Network News (, p. 1): The initiative for ICES was taken by Dale Mann, former Chairperson (–85) of the Department of Educational Administration, Teachers’College, Columbia University, who served as .

  The Journal of Educational Research, 95(2), 67– National Association for Year-Round Education. (). Statistical summaries of year-round education programs, – San Diego, CA: Author. Worthen, B. R., & Zsiray, S. W. (). What twenty years of educational studies reveal about year-round education. Raleigh: North Carolina Educational Policy Research Center. A timely contribution to the debate on educational governance and equality, the World Yearbook of Education documents the significant changes that have occurred in the last 20 years reflecting a widespread shift from government to governance. Considering school context as well as specific.   Research on Year-Round Education Educational researchers Carolyn M. Shields and Steven L. Oberg of the University of British Columbia visited schools and districts in the United States and Canada, examined student achievement results on standardized tests, and surveyed parents, teachers, and administrators to assess the impact of year-round. The American Educational Research Association (AERA), founded in , is concerned with improving the educational process by encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education and evaluation and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of research results. AERA is the most prominent international professional organization, with the primary goal of advancing educational.