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Title: Highly Effective Middle Level Schools and How They Got There
Author: Becker, Cathy Andrews; Neuman, Sharon; Sale-Davis, Clara; Vittardi, Edward A.; Hadfield, Timothy; Fernandez, James; Clark, Donald C.; Hackmann, Donald G., 1955-; Petzko, Vicki Nord; Valentine, Jerry; Nori, John
Date: 2004-02
Citation: “Highly Effective Middle Level Schools and How They Got There.” National Association of Secondary School Principals, Middle Level Long Conference prior to the Annual Convention, Orlando, February, 2004. (Half-day pre-convention conference for principals: Jerry Valentine with Cathy Andrews, James Fernandez, Tim Hadfield, Sharon Neuman, Clara Sale-Davis, and Ed Vittardi)
Abstract: This presentation discussed the National Study of Highly Successful Schools and Their Leaders, focusing the following six successful schools: Becker Middle School, Lawton Chiles Middle Academy, Freeport Intermediate School, Independence Middle School, South Shelby Middle School, and South Shelby Middle School.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/3549

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