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Johns Hopkins University School of Education  // Posts tagged as "Johns Hopkins University School of Education"

The effects of coaching on English teachers’ reading instruction practices and adolescent students’ reading comprehension

The effects of coaching on English teachers’ reading instruction practices and adolescent students’ reading comprehension

The effects of coaching on English teachers’ reading instruction practices and adolescent students’ reading comprehension Marcia H. Davis, James M. McPartland, Charlene Pryseski & Elizabeth Kim April 4, 2018 ABSTRACT Although the use of literacy coaches is becoming more common, few research studies have shown positive effects of coaching on teacher practices and student achievement. In the […]

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A review of reading motivation scales

A review of reading motivation scales

By Marcia H. Davis, Stephen M. Tonks, Michael Hock, Wenhao Wang, and Aldo Rodriguez January 2018 Reading motivation is a critical contributor to reading achievement and has the potential to influence its development. Educators, researchers, and evaluators need to select the best reading motivation scales for their research and classroom. The goals of this review […]

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Improving College Readiness for Historically Underserved Students: The Role of the District Office

Improving College Readiness for Historically Underserved Students: The Role of the District Office

Improving College Readiness for Historically Underserved Students: The Role of the District Office By Martha Abele Mac Iver, Douglas J. Mac Iver, and Emily Clark December 2017 Research on the role of institutions in influencing students’ readiness for college has so far focused primarily on the school level and the state policy context, with only little attention to […]

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Closing the College Gap: A Roadmap to Postsecondary Readiness and Attainment

Closing the College Gap: A Roadmap to Postsecondary Readiness and Attainment

In just over a decade, the nation witnessed a 77 percent increase in associate degrees and a 51 percent increase in bachelor’s degrees – debunking the notion that high school completion is not leading to college completion, according to new research from Civic Enterprises and the Everyone Graduates Center at the Johns Hopkins University School of […]

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