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What Works in Schools:

Title 2:
Translating Research Into Action
Robert J. Marzano
8" x 10"
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Student achievement is based on many factors. Although certain factors, such as family life, socioeconomic background, and prior experience, are not within the power of schools to change, there are many things that teachers and schools can do to improve student achievement. These are presented in What Works in Schools.

Author Robert Marzano illuminates factors that influence student achievement, and ways in which schools can affect these factors to increase student achievement. Each chapter provides clear answers to crititcal questions, such as

  • Which instructional strategies really work?
  • Why data is critical to school improvement?
  • How important are collegiality and professional development?
  • What types of parental and community involvement make a difference?

What Works in Schools will help any school can operate at advanced levels of effectiveness.

An ASCD publication.

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