Time & Learning in Schools
A National Profile
Authors: Tammy Kolbe, University of Connecticut / Mark Partridge, Florida State University / Fran O’Reilly
Mounting concerns over persistently underperforming schools have sparked a renewed interested in increasing the amount of time that children spend in school. Time and Learning in Schools takes the first step towards filling the need for more information on time allocation practices in our nation’s schools. The authors use data from the Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS) to measure variation in time practices across the nation’s traditional public, private and charter schools.
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