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the effects of standards-based education reform in Kentucky.

the effects of standards-based education reform in Kentucky. Kentucky s reform, which was one of the earliest in the country, included new performance standards for students and a new statewide testing system.

This briefing reports the initial findings from a study of Washington . This report is part of the RAND Corporation documented briefing series.

This briefing reports the initial findings from a study of Washington state’s reform. Although early test results showed that only a minority of students achieved the rigorous standard embodied in the reform, the most recent results show gains in the percentage of students meeting the standards in math, reading, and listening skills in elementary and middle schools. However, they are not expected to be comprehensive and may present preliminary findings.

This briefing summarizes results from the 1999 survey of teachers and students.

Department of Education RAND Education Preface R A growing number. This briefing summarizes results from the 1999 survey of teachers and students.

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Washington state's Education Reform Act is an example of such a reform. It mandated the creation of academic standards, called the Essential Academic Learning Requirements (EALRs), a state assessment system, called the Washington Assessment of Student Learning. Washington policymakers have adopted a gradual approach to implementation, bringing new subjects into the assessment system on an incremental basis over the period of a decade.

The Effects of the Washington State Education Reform on Schools and Classrooms: Initial Findings. State Policy and the Non-Monolithic Nature of the Local School District: Organizational and Professional Considerations. Brian M. Stecher, S. E Lopez Barron, Tammi Chun, Karen Ross. Power, Learning, and Legitimation: Assessment Implementation Across Levels in the United States and the United Kingdom. William A. Firestone, J. L Fitz, Patricia M. Broadfoot.

In the United States, education reform acknowledges and encourages .

In the United States, education reform acknowledges and encourages public education as the primary source of K-12 education for American youth. England in the 19th century. Before there were government-funded public schools, education of the lower classes was by the charity school, pioneered in the 19th century by Protestant organizations and adapted by the Roman Catholic Church and governments.

Standards-based education reform in the United States. Education reform in the United States since the 1980s has been largely driven by the setting of academic standards for what students should know and be able to do. These standards can then be used to guide all other system components. The SBE (standards-based education) reform movement calls for clear, measurable standards for all school students.