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by Karen Chenoweth,Kati Haycock

Author: Karen Chenoweth,Kati Haycock
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Harvard Education Press; illustrated edition edition (April 1, 2007)
Category: Teaching and Education
Rating: 4.1
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It’s Being Done’ is a refreshingly honest and thoughtful analysis of American K-12 education. The author, Karin Chenoweth, is a former education writer for the Washington Post. She doesn't seem to really have an axe to grind.

It’s Being Done’ is a refreshingly honest and thoughtful analysis of American K-12 education. It comes at a time when so many people are asking if it is possible not to leave children behind, especially children who are poor and of color.

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It follows two celebrated books by Karin Chenoweth: It s Being Done, which established that the work of educating all .

It follows two celebrated books by Karin Chenoweth: It s Being Done, which established that the work of educating all children is possible, and How It s Being Done, which examined the structures and processes necessary to support academic success. Getting It Done turns to the crucial issue of school leadership, exploring how school leaders have promoted unprecedented levels of school and student achievement.

Reading "It's Being Done," made me want to cheer

Reading "It's Being Done," made me want to cheer. Chenoweth documents well the success that "unexpected" schools around the country are achieving in their quest to educate the least advantaged children and close the achievement gap. Every school profiled benefited from a dynamic principal, a committed staff, and high expectations for ALL students. This book is inspiring. A "Must-Read" for Educators Seeking Strategies, Not Lip Service, in How to Close the Achievement Gap. By Thriftbooks. com User, November 1, 2007

Karin Chenoweth, Kati Haycock. This straightforward and inspiring book takes readers into schools where educators believe-and prove-that all children, even those considered "hard-to-teach," can learn to high standards

Karin Chenoweth, Kati Haycock. This straightforward and inspiring book takes readers into schools where educators believe-and prove-that all children, even those considered "hard-to-teach," can learn to high standards. Their teachers and principals refuse to write them off and instead show how thoughtful instruction, high expectations, stubborn commitment, and careful consideration of each child's needs can result in remarkable improvements in student achievement.

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Book Details Author : Karen Chenoweth Pages : 256 Binding : Format Kindle Brand : ISBN : 4. Book Appearances.

Getting It Done: Leading Academic Success in Unexpected Schools, the book on which this article is based. By Karin Chenoweth and Christina Theokas. This article is based on their new book, Getting It Done: Leading Academic Success in Unexpected Schools, published by Harvard Education Press in 2011 (ww. epg.

This straightforward and inspiring book takes readers into schools where educators believe—and prove—that all children, even those considered “hard-to-teach,” can learn to high standards. Their teachers and principals refuse to write them off and instead show how thoughtful instruction, high expectations, stubborn commitment, and careful consideration of each child’s needs can result in remarkable improvements in student achievement.