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The schools will receive targeted support by participating in the first annual Middle School Matters Institute Summer Conference June 9-12, 2013, in Austin, Texas, where school leadership teams will have the opportunity to attend development sessions with researchers and practitioners.
It is hard to know whether one can generalize from results from the nation's largest city (and school district), however, especially when it employs a complex procedure for assigning students to middle schools.
Shaw of Shrewsbury, a former principal of Shrewsbury Middle School, has been hired as the new principal of Mountview Middle School.
The present sample focused on middle school students.
This is very sophisticated,'' declared teacher Daren Kitajima, 37, briefing the brains of his class at Walter Reed Middle School.
But what if students arrive in middle school without having mastered simple vocabulary, decoding skills and comprehension, and can't read well?
While school counseling has roots in developmental practice, middle school counseling programs and counselors in particular must be developmentally responsive.
Option 3: Duchess secondary school on new site; middle schools to close; Branton and Whittingham merge at Whittingham; Felton and Swarland merge at Felton; Seahouses becomes a primary on the middle school site; all other firsts become primaries.
To accomplish this purpose, the authors focus on the fundamental and central concerns in middle school education.
Bush Institute today announced Middle School Matters, a landmark education initiative to increase the number of children who complete middle school at grade level and go on to graduate from high school ready for college or a good job.
Between 1970 and 2000, the number of public middle schools in the U.
The number of LAUSD elementary and middle schools that scored a 1 increased over last year.
Many middle schools have implemented daily or weekly programs to provide greater teacher support for individual students or groups of students.
All total, in-kind contributions from community partners added up to $800,000, and WISH was able to secure its Wood Johnson Foundation grant to open the first two school-based centers at middle schools with at-risk student bodies.
The creation of middle schools was motivated by research showing that young adolescents have distinct developmental needs.
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