The Ready Schools Project (RSP) focuses on the systemic supports necessary not only for the start of school, but during the whole school year. Our goal was to move beyond individual impressions and stories about school conditions and begin to collect data representative of the whole school system. This year's report will be produced in two parts: Part I contains this year's findings from the interviews with 52 school principals, as well as comparison data based on the schools and principals that participated in both 2004 and 2005.
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Title: Starting Off Right 2005: A School System in Transition - Part I: Ready Schools Project - 2005 Findings, 2004-2005 Comparisons
Publication date 2005-12-01
Publication Year 2005
North America / United States (Southern) / District of Columbia / Washington
, ready schools
, community member
, opening of school
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