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Cover of 2005 Learning Point Magazine

Quality Quest: High-Performing Learning Communities

Volume 7, No. 1 • 2005

The Fall 2005 issue of NCREL's Learning Point magazine, "Quality Quest: High-Performing Learning Communities,” features a look at the challenges of placing a high-quality teacher in every classroom, the sustained improvement potential when school decisions are data-driven, and the genuine achievement possible when partners in education work together.

Also detailed are a range of timely resources, tools, policy insights, and current research, with the goal of helping educators understand and implement the requirements of No Child Left Behind, improve adolescent literacy, integrate technology, and close achievement gaps.

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Back Issues

Fall 2004: Equity Impact: Expanding Technology's Potential to Support Student Learning

Spring 2004: Nurture Growth: Professional Development Rooted in Evidence Supports Teaching and Learning

Fall 2003: Putting the Pieces Together: The Elements of School Improvement

Spring 2003: A Call for Evidence, Responding to the New Emphasis on Scientifically Based Research

Fall 2002: All Wired Up ...Now What?

Spring 2002: From Congress to the Classroom

Fall 2001: Bridging the Great Divide, Perspectives on Closing the Achievement Gaps

Fall 2000: Teaching Math and Science in the Real World

Summer 2000: How Schools Use Data to Help Students Learn

Spring 2000: Professional Development and Student Achievement

Fall/Winter 1999: How Parent Involvement Makes a Difference

Spring/Summer 1999: How Reading Engages Children

Winter 1999: Taking an Electronic Field Trip to Africa (Educational Technology)

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