NISE-Related Publications of the Systemic Reform Team:
Boone, W. J., & Kahle, J. B. (1998). Student perceptions of
instruction, peer interest, and adult support for middle school science:
Differences by race and gender. Journal of Women and Minorities in
Science and Engineering, 4(4), 333-340.
Clune, W. H. (1998, Fall). The national standards in math and science:
Developing consensus, unresolved issues, and unfinished business. Teachers
College Record, 100(1), 6-7.
Clune, W. H., Osthoff, E. J., & White, P. A. (forthcoming). Theory and practice of systemic reform of mathematics and science education.
Clune, W. H., Porter, A. C., & Raizen, S. A. (1999, September 29). Systemic reform: What is it? How do we know? Education Week, 19(5), 31.
Gamoran, A., Porter, A. C., Smithson, J., & White, P. A. (1997, Winter). Upgrading high school mathematics instruction: Improving learning opportunities for low-achieving, low-income youth. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 19(4), 325-338.
Kahle, J. B. (1997). Systemic reform: Challenges and changes. Science Educator, 6(1), 1-6.
Kahle, J. B. (1998). Equitable systemic reform in science and
mathematics: Assessing progress. Journal of Women and Minorities in
Science and Engineering, 4(2,3), 91-112.
Kirst, M. W., & Bird, R. L. (1997). The politics of developing and
sustaining mathematics and science curriculum content standards. Advances
in Educational Administration, 5, 107-132.
Knapp, M. S. (1997, Summer). Between systemic reforms and the mathematics
and science classroom: The dynamics of innovation, implementation, and
professional learning. Review of Educational Research, 67(2),
Lee, O. (1999, Spring). Equity implications based on the conceptions of science achievement in major reform documents. Review of Educational Research, 69(1), 83-115.
Lee, O., & Fradd, S. H. (1988). Science for all, including students from non-English language backgrounds. Educational Researcher, 27(4), 12-21.
Lee, O., & Paik, S. (2000). Conceptions of science achievement in major reform documents. School Science and Mathematics, 100(1), 16-26.
Lynch, S. (2000). Equity and science education reform. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates, Inc.
Paik, S., & Lee, O. (1998). Analysis of the conceptions of science
achievement in major reform documents in the United States and Korea. Journal
of the Korean Association for Research in Science Education, 18(4),
Paik, S., & Lee, O. (in press). Science achievement: Synthesis of current conceptions in major reform documents in the United States and Korea. Elementary Science Education (South Korea).
Porter, A. C. (1995). The uses and misuses of opportunity-to-learn
standards. Educational Researcher, 24(1), 21-27.
Porter, A. C. (1994). National standards and school improvement in the
1990s: Issues and promise. American Journal of Education, 102(4),
Porter, A. C. (1998). Dilemmas in assessing academic achievement. In N.
M. Lambert & B. L. McCombs, How students learn: Reforming schools
through learner-centered education (pp. 339-350). Washington, DC:
American Psychological Association.
Porter, A. C. (1998). The effects of upgrading policies on high school
mathematics and science. In D. Ravitch (Ed.), Brookings papers on
education policy (pp. 123-172). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution
Raizen, S. (1998, Fall). Standards for science education. Teachers
College Record, 100(1), 66-121.
Rodriguez, A. J. (1998). Busting open the meritocracy myth: Rethinking
equity and student achievement in science education. Journal of Women and
Minorities in science and Engineering, 4(2,3), 195-216.
Roitman, J. (1998, Fall). A mathematician looks at national standards. Teachers
College Record, 100(1), 22-44.
Romberg, T. A. (1998, Fall). Comments: NCTM's curriculum and evaluation standards. Teachers College Record, 100(1), 8-21.
Tate, W. F. (1997). Race-ethnicity, SES, gender, and language proficiency
trends in mathematics achievement: An update. Journal for Research in
Mathematics Education, 28(6), 652-679.
Webb, N. L. (1998). Conditional equity metrics as tools for evaluating equity in schools and education systems. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 4(2,3), 141-160.
Webb, N. L. (Ed.). (forthcoming). Evaluating systemic reform in
mathematics and science.
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