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Achievement and school effectiveness: three case studies. A report to the Alaska Department of Education



Achievement and school effectiveness: three case studies. A report to the Alaska Department of Education



Achievement and school effectiveness: three case studies A report to the Alaska Department of Education: 42



Case studies of high student achievement levels and school effectiveness from three rural Alaska Native schools, all offering some bilingual or bicultural classes, examine curriculum and school instructional practices, school social systems, student outcomes, aspects of school governance, and school-community relations.

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