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The Kendra Brooks Printed Materials series consists of publications related to national and state education goals and standards, funding for education, class-size reduction, school safety, after-school programs, reading reform, teacher quality and preparation, and student assessments.

The collection is in no specific arrangement. For further information refere to the finding aid for this collection.


Box 18
[Celebrating Livable Communities]
[The Formula for Success:  A Business Leader's Guide to Supporting Math and Science Achievement]
[The Institute for Higher Education Policy:  Policy Steps]
[1998 College Bound Seniors:  A Profile of SAT Program Takers]
[Infobrief:  Reducing Class Size]
[Measuring Results:  Overview of Performance Indicators]
[Gender Gaps:  Where Schools Still Fail Our Children]
[Teacher Shortages in the Midwest:  Current Trends and Future Issues]
[Reading Recovery in North America:  An Illustrated History]
[Every Child Reading:  An Action Plan]
[Changing America:  Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being by Race and Hispanic Origin]
[Safe and Smart II:  Making the After-School Hours Work for Kids]
[Safe and Smart II:  Making the After-School Hours Work for Kids]
[Teaching Hispanic Students in the United States:  Technical and Policy Issues]
[State Principals of the Year Symposium, October 2-5, 1999, Arlington, Virginia]
[Fordham Report:  State History Standards]
[Fordham Report:  State Geography Standards]
[Fordham Report:  State Mathematics Standards]
[Fordham Report:  State Science Standards]
Box 19
[Building Learning Communities:  Workforce Development and The Future of Local Economics]
[Reinventing High School:  Taking Action]
[The Proceedings of New Americans Emerging:  The Immigrant Vote in the 1998 Elections and Beyond, November 12, 1998]
[Public Law 105-244:  Higher Education Amendments of 1998]
[Every Child Mathematically Proficient:  An Action Plan]
[Reducing Class Size in America's Urban Schools]
[Focusing on Results:  Toward an Education Accountability System]
[The College Board:  Preparing, Inspiring, Connecting]
[Improving Mathematics Education Using Results from NAEP and TIMSS] [The National Assessment of Educational Progress][Third International Mathematics and Science Study]
[Making Standards Work:  A Case Study of Washington State]
[To Touch the Future:  Transforming the Way Teachers Are Taught]
[Life After Forty:  A New Portrait of Today's - and Tomorrow's - Postsecondary Students]
[From Rusty Wire Fences to Wrought-Iron Gates:  How the Poor Succeed in Getting to - and Through - College]
[Biliteracy for a Global Society:  An Idea Book on Dual Language Education]
[Testing Hispanic Students in the United States:  Technical and Policy Issues]
[Excellence For All:  The Progress of Education for Hispanic Americans and the Challenges of a New Century]
[Promising Practices:  Progress Toward the Goals, 1998]
[Good Enough for Congress?  A Pictorial Representation of Why Americans Deserve Better School Buildings]
[Project Descriptions:  Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure Assistance Program]
[Key State Education Policies on K-12 Education]
[Setting Educational Standards:  Experiences in Four States]
Box 20
[The Urban Teacher Challenge]
[The Urban Teacher Challenge]
[The Work of the Kettering Foundation:  An Overview]
[Preparing Schools and School Systems for the 21st Century]
[Principals of Change:  What Principals Need to Lead Schools to Excellence]
[Thinking K-16:  Honor in The Boxcar, Equalizing Teacher Quality]
[Thinking K-16:  Good Teaching Matters, How Well-Qualified Teachers Can Close the Gap]
[Teacher Preparation STAR Chart:  A Self-Assessment Tool for Colleges of Education] [School Technology and Readiness]
[State Policies to Support Middle School Reform:  A Guide for Policymakers]
[Public Schools:  Are They Making the Grade?]
[Reducing Class Size:  What Do We Know?]
[21st Century Skills for 21st Century Jobs]
[Barriers, Benefits, and Costs of Using Private Schools to Alleviate Overcrowding in Public Schools, Final Report 1998]

[Annual Report on School Safety, 1998]
[Education:  Passport to Prosperity]
[State of Charter Schools 2000]
[School Reform for Youth at Risk:  Analysis of Six Change Models, Volume 1:  Summary and Analysis]
[Fordham Report:  Why Teaching Experts Hate Testing]
[The National Education Goals Report:  Building a Nation of Learners, 1998]
[State Student Assessment Programs:  A Summary Report, Fall 1999]
[Financing Strategies to Support Comprehensive, Community-Bases Services for Children and Families]
[Schools as Centers of Community:  A Citizen's Guide for Planning and Design]
Box 21
[Conceptualizing the Costs of Comprehensive, Community-Based Support Systems for Children]
[Creating More Comprehensive, Community-Based Support Systems:  The Critical Role of Finance]
[The Budget Enforcement Act:  Implications for Children and Families]
[State Investments in Education and Other Children's Services:  The Fiscal Challenges Ahead]
[Distance Education in Higher Education Institutions]
[Factors Relating to College Enrollment, Final Report]
[Solutions That Impact Performance]
[Charter Schools Today:  Changing the Face of American Education]
[The Making of a Teacher:  A Report on Teacher Preparation in the U.S.]
[The Danger in Overemphasizing the Use of Scholastic Assessment Tests (SATs) as a Tool for College Admissions]
[After-School Programs and The K-8 Principal]
[Project Transition:  Testing an Intervention to Help High School Freshman Succeed]
Box 22
[Yes, You Can:  Establishing Mentoring Programs to Prepare Youth for College]
[Oregon Law Review:  The Sanctity of Settlements and the Significance of Court Approval:  Discerning Clarity from Bankruptcy Rule 9019]
[Silicon Valley's New Immigrant Entrepreneurs]
[Building on What We've Learned:  Developing Priorities for Education Research]
[Ideas at Work:  How to Help Every Child Become a Reader]
[Straight Talk About College Costs and Prices:  Report of the National Commission on the Cost of Higher Education]
[Federal Tax Reform:  A Family Perspective]
[The Use of Tests When Making High-Stakes Decisions for Students:  A Resource Guide for Educators and Policymakers]
[Native American Colleges:  Progress and Prospects]
[Selected Readings on School Reform, Spring 1997, Vol. 1, No. 1]
[The National Education Goals Report:  Building a Nation of Learners, 1999]
[Minorities in Higher Education, 1999-2000]
Box 23
[Compendium of Comprehensive, Community-Based Initiatives:  A Look at Costs, Benefits, and Financing Strategies]
[Start Early, Finish Strong:  How to Help Every Child Become a Reader]
[Cedar Hill Elementary School, Lawrenceville, Georgia:  "Future Stars of the Millennium"]
[Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being by Race and Hispanic Origin]
[Report to the President on the Use of Technology to Strengthen K-12 Education in the United States]
[NSBA Advocacy Information and Press Releases] [National School Boards Association] [1]
[NSBA Advocacy Information and Press Releases] [National School Boards Association] [2]
Box 24
[Educational Excellence for All Children Act of 1999]
[Financing Postsecondary Education:  The Federal Role]
[Better Teachers, Better Schools]
[New Directions:  Federal Education Policy in the Twenty-First Century]
[Selected Readings on School Reform, Winter 1999, Vol. 3, No. 1]
[Study of Education Resources and Federal Funding:  Final Report]
[Making the Case for Affirmative Action in Higher Education]
[High School Mathematics At Work]
Box 25
[Years of Promise:  A Comprehensive Learning Strategy for America's Children]
[Career Academies:  Early Implementation Lessons from a 10-Site Evaluation]
[Education = Success:  Empowering Hispanic Youth and Adults]
[Turning Around Low-Performing Schools:  A Guide for State and Local Leaders]
[Promising Results, Continuing Challenges:  The Final Report of the National Assessment of Title 1]
[Start Early, Finish Strong:  How to Help Every Child Become a Reader]
[Improving America's Schools Act of 1993:  Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act]
[Indicators of School Crime and Safety, 1998]
Box 26
[Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative]
[Taking Responsibility for Ending School Promotion:  A Guide for Educators and State and Local Leaders]
[National Information Technology Workforce Convocation, January 12-13, 1998, Berkeley, CA]
[Some Things Do Make a Difference for Youth:  A Compendium of Evaluations of Youth Programs and Practices]
[Selected Readings on School Reform, Summer 1999, Vol. 3, No. 3]
[Binational Study on Migration Between Mexico and the United States]
[State Eduation Indicators with a Focus on Title 1, 1999]
[The State Networking Report:  Progress, Policies, and Partnerships Bring Internet Connectivity to K-12 Schools, Spring 1997]
Box 27
[Educational Excellence for All Children Act of 1999]
[Hope for Urban Education:  A Study of Nine High-Performing, High-Poverty Urban Elementary Schools]
[Money Matters:  A Guide to Financing Quality Education and Other Children's Services]
[State Investments in Education and Other Children's Services:  Fiscal Profiles of the 50 States]
[The Test of Our Progress:  The Clinton Record on Civil Rights]
Box 28
[Back to School on Civil Rights:  Advancing the Federal Commitment to Leave No Child Behind]
[National Center for Education Statistics:  The Condition of Education 1996]
[National Center for Education Statistics:  The Condition of Education 1997]
[National Center for Education Statistics:  The Condition of Education 1998]
Box 29
[National Center for Education Statistics:  Digest of Education Statistics 1996]
[Content Knowledge:  A Compendium of Standards and Benchmarks for K-12 Education]
Box 30
[HSIs:  Serving the Community, Serving the Nation] [Hispanic Serving Institutions]
[Learn & Live]

 

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