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  • Author:
    Andrew Sturman
  • ISBN:
    0855632496
  • ISBN13:
    978-0855632496
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    Australian Council Educational Research (ACER) (December 31, 1982)
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    278 pages
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This study documents the innovative utilization of resources in 16 exemplary schools and provides recommendations for staff deployment and school organization. Two introductory chapters place the report in the context of a wider study of which it is part and describe its conceptual framework.

Sturman, A. 1982Patterns of School Organization: Resources and Responses in Sixteen Schools.

This report contains an analysis of the quantitative and qualitative data collected.

Are some ways of organising schools and school learning more effective than others?, What influence does the quality of school resources have on students’ learning?, To what extent is student performance dependent on their home backgrounds? How can opportunities be improved fo. .

Are some ways of organising schools and school learning more effective than others?, What influence does the quality of school resources have on students’ learning?, To what extent is student performance dependent on their home backgrounds? How can opportunities be improved for students from disadvantaged backgrounds?

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These schools were designed not just for training, but for achieving .

These schools were designed not just for training, but for achieving internalization by pupils of prescribed patterns of behavior and thinking to be attained through detailed modeling of their daily life and special organization of school space, including a pupil’s isolation from the outside world and constant monitoring. In this monograph I consider the role of institutional entrepreneurs – projectors in transferring organizational forms and building new secular school in Russia in the first half of the 18th century.

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