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The Black-White Achievement Gap: When Progress Stopped( Paul E. Barton and Richard J. Coley)           

07/01/10    The Educational Testing Service

This report explores the persistence of the Black-White achievement gap for students in the U.S. It highlights contributing factors to the fluctuations in the gap and attempts to find reasoning behind the narrowing of it between the 1970’s and the 1980’s. One of the strongest themes in the report is the decline of stable communities in which many poor Black families live. The Coalition views the community school strategy as a vehicle for providing the structure to facilitate these changes.

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The Black-White Achievement Gap: When Progress Stopped

The State of Metropolitan America: 2010(Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings)           

05/11/10    Brookings Institute

This report focuses on the major demographic forces transforming the nation and large metropolitan areas in the 2000s. Reviewing educational attainment, the report finds that African American and Hispanic groups, projected to make up a growing share of our future workforce, now lag their white and Asian counterparts in large metro areas on bachelor’s degree attainment by more than 20 percentage points.

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Healthier Students Are Better Learners(Charles Basch)          691.3 KB

03/01/10    A Research Initiative of the Campaign for Educational Equity, Teachers College, Columbia University

No matter how well teachers are prepared to teach, no matter what accountability measures are put in place, no matter what governing structures are established for schools, educational progress will be profoundly limited if students are not motivated and able to learn. Health-related problems play a major role in limiting the motivation and ability to learn of urban minority youth, and interventions to address those problems can improve educational as well as health outcomes.

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Healthier Students Are Better Learners

How Does Title I Support Community Schools?(Marty Blank & Sarah Pearson)          2.0 MB

01/01/10    Coalition for Community Schools at the Institute for Educational Leadership

This brief provides State and Local Title I Directors with a deeper understanding of the allowable uses of Title I funding for community schools. Community schools are centers of the community that support student learning and healthy development, and strengthen families and communities.

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Community Schools Evaluation Toolkit(Shital C. Shah, Katrina Brink, Rebecca London, Shelly Masur, and Gisel Quihuis)          2.0 MB

12/01/09    Coalition for Community Schools at the Institute for Educational Leadership in collaboration with The John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities at Stanford University

This Evaluation Toolkit is intended to help with that data collection and analysis. It is driven by a results framework, and offers a step-by-step explanation of evaluation approach and a menu of data collection instruments. Additionally, examples from local evaluations are included. As always the Coalition invites your comments and feedback as we seek to develop tools that support the growth and development of community schools across the nation.

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