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Hoy & Miskel (2008), Educational Administration: Theory, Research and Practice Chapter 8: Presented by Cheryl DiGrazia and Ted Altenberg November 18, 2009.

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1 Hoy & Miskel (2008), Educational Administration: Theory, Research and Practice Chapter 8: Presented by Cheryl DiGrazia and Ted Altenberg November 18, 2009 SJSU EdAd

2 Question:  What does “school effectiveness” mean to you; what defines an effective school?

3 Effectiveness means…

4  “For school administrators… the goal of creating effective schools is continually to become effective rather than to be effective.” (page 293, based on Zammuto, 1982)

5 What leads to outcomes Inputs (chapter 7) Transformational Processes ( chapters 2-6) Performance Outcomes

6 Which of these factors do you feel have the greatest impact on a school’s effectiveness? Why?

7 Accountability means…

8 Accountability Historical Background  A Nation at Risk  1990s  NCLB

9 Questions:  Who should be held accountable for providing effective education; why or why not; if so, how?  Individual teachers  Principals  Individual schools  School districts

10 “No Child Left Breathing” or “No Teacher Left Standing” or “No Creativity Left in the Curriculum”

11 Discussion questions  If you could make any 3 changes at all to your site, in order to improve its effectiveness, what would they be?  If you could rewrite NCLB, to fix its problems but keep its stated goal of making sure all kids reach high academic standards, what would you do? What are the most important things that an effective accountability system should include?


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