Monitoring Project CANAL Total Site Training for 28 Phase II Schools October 15, 1990 to January 30, 1991. Second Quarter, Year 4 Progress Report Period Ending February 29, 1992.Reportar como inadecuado




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An evaluation was done of the participation of the core planning team members (CPTs) of 28 Phase II schools in Chicago (Illinois) in total site training provided by the Creating a New Approach to Learning Project (Project CANAL) for their schools from October 15, 1990 through January 30, 1991. The training's purpose was to assist schools to evaluate their own mindsets and to consider potential alternatives that could make a difference in the school. Given the presence of a cadre staff to relieve school staff of their regular responsibilities, participation by CPT members was lower than might be expected: 24.3 percent of the principals did not take part in any session; 36 percent of the teachers were absent; 41 percent of the Professional Personnel Advisory Council members were absent; 47.5 percent of the ancillary staff failed to attend any session; 82.8 percent of the students were missing; 56.4 percent of the parents did not take part; and 98 percent of the community members were absent. Overall, more than half of the CPT members did not participate in total site training. The review encouraged staff to address this issue in the upcoming action plan for the fourth year. Appendixes contain information on the site training, a list of 28 Phase II CANAL schools, training center activities, information on members of the monitoring commission staff, and a report on budget status. (JB)

Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Attendance, Citizen Participation, Community Involvement, Educational Planning, Elementary Secondary Education, Leadership Training, Parent Participation, Principals, Program Implementation, Public Schools, School Based Management, School Desegregation, School Restructuring, Student Participation, Teacher Participation, Urban Schools











Autor: Davidson, Mary E.; Kurtz, Norman R.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=9633&id=ED359298







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