5 edition of Victory in Our Schools found in the catalog.
Victory in Our Schools
August 1999 by Tandem Library .
|Contributions||Albert, Jr. Gore (Foreword)|
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Victory in Our Schools is an excellent starting point for school districts that don't know where to begin to effect change. At the start of each chapter, Stanford asks a multiple-choice question in a sort of pop-quiz format: "What should be the number-one priority of a school district?"; "With limited budgets, which is the best investment a 5/5(6).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: The victory is in the classroom --We can achieve the victory when we share a common vision and a plan for getting there --We can achieve the victory when we turn our schools into achievement systems --We can achieve the victory when we hold our people accountable.
All new teachers and anyone involved with schools should read this book. Stanford details out how schools need to communicate within their walls (strategies on curricula, etc) and out in the community.
He has suggestions directed at teachers, principals, parents, and businesses and how they can impact and contribute to the schools.5/5. Book reviews. Victory in Our Schools John Stanford Review by Jamie Whitfield.
September Victory in Our Schools is an explanation of the simple but effective plan John Stanford used to create change in the Seattle public school system. Like most large public school systems, Seattle's was facing rapid decline in About Victory in Our Schools.
Education is not just a matter for the politicians and professionals; it is a matter for all of us. For we are the public in public education. When we work together, we can do it we can reach and teach these children.
At Our Lady of Victory School we endeavor to provide our families with the peace of mind necessary to raise and form steadfast Catholic children. Flexible You pick the start-date.
You determine your pace and schedule. Supportive Our team will help you start well and support you each step of the way. Don’t hesitate to call. Doctrinally Sound.