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Elementary School Social Climate and School Achievement1
- W. Brookover, John H. Schweitzer, J. M. Schneider, C. Beady, P. Flood, J. Wisenbaker
- 1 March 1978
The present study investigates the relationships among a variety of school-level climate variables and mean school achievement in a random, sample of Michigan elementary schools. School-level SES,… Expand
Academic Environments and Elementary School Achievement.
School Governance Regimes and Teachers' Job Satisfaction: Bureaucracy, Legitimacy, and Community
- R. Verdugo, Nancy M. Greenberg, R. D. Henderson, Oscar Uribe, J. M. Schneider
- 1 February 1997
Most approaches to improving education in the United States fail; some succeed in certain schools only to fail elsewhere. Why? The main thesis of this study is that various programs to school reform… Expand
Secondary School Participation, Institutional Socialization, and Student Achievement
Recognition of student achievement varies from high school to high school.
School quality, safe schools: an empirical analysis
Though school-related crime and violence have declined, many issues related to school safety continue to draw the attention of both the public and education decision makers. In response to these… Expand
Advantages of desegregation to whites: an idea seeking a time—Next time
- J. M. Schneider
- 1 December 1981
Hispanic Subpopulations and Naval Service.
Abstract : On December 11, 1984, the Manpower RD questions for further research were also framed. It was concluded that: (a) there are distinctive and significantly different subpopulations of… Expand
Remedies for Segregation: Some Lessons From Research
stability has been attained and ways in which desegregation is most likely to spur advances (Forehand, Ragosta, & Rock, 1976), addresses the same issues as the more pessimistic earlier analyses, but… Expand