Implementation of Effective Schools Correlates by Bureau of Indian Affairs Elementary Pilot Schools: Staff Perceptions and Achievement Scores

@inproceedings{LaFontaine1995ImplementationOE,
  title={Implementation of Effective Schools Correlates by Bureau of Indian Affairs Elementary Pilot Schools: Staff Perceptions and Achievement Scores},
  author={Viola Theresa Champagne LaFontaine},
  year={1995}
}
This study examined whether or not the effective schools efforts initiated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs affected student academic achievement in the pilot schools used for the BIA's effective schools improvement efforts. Data were obtained about ten effective schools correlates from ten BIA elementary schools in the BIA's first-year efforts to implement the effective schools improvement process. An effective schools questionnaire was developed and used to obtain the perceptions of the… CONTINUE READING

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