Aligning and balancing the standards-based curriculum

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Corwin Press, 2005 - Education - 320 pages
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Full of field-tested implementation tools, this comprehensive handbook shows how schools and districts can use the Balanced Curriculum process to put their schools on the track to success.


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Contents

What the Research Says
13
Understanding and Using National
47
The Importance of Aligning Curriculum
57
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David A. Squires is currently an associate professor working with doctoral students in the Educational Leadership Program at Southern Connecticut State University, specializing in curriculum, school reform, and organizational development. Previous positions include with the Comer School Development Program at Yale University; as a central office administrator for over a decade in Red Bank, New Jersey, where student achievement improved from below to above grade level; as a research specialist at Research for Better Schools in Philadelphia; as a graduate research assistant in the Learning Research and Development Center at the University of Pittsburgh, where he received his doctorate in curriculum and supervision with minors in language arts education and administration; and as a high school English teacher in suburban Pittsburgh and inner-city Cleveland. He heads a consulting firm, ABC Education Consultants, LLC, that assists school districts in writing and implementing the Balanced Curriculum.