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Instructional Policy and Classroom Performance: The Mathematics Reform in California

Abstract

"Educational reformers increasingly seek to manipulate policies regarding assessment, curriculum, and professional development in order to improve instruction... We propose that successful instructional policies are themselves instructional in nature: because teachers figure as a key connection between policy and practice, their opportunities to learn about and from policy are a crucial influence both on their practice, and, at least indirectly, on student achievement. Using data from a 1994 survey of California elementary school teachers and 1994 student California Learning Assessment System (CLAS) scores, we examine the influence of assessment, curriculum, and professional development on teacher practice and student achievement."

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