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Issue Primer: School School Restructuring, Reconstitution and Turnaround

This document, created by NEA’s Research Department, provides an overview of the following:

  • What is School Restructuring?
  • What is School Reconstitution?
  • How much does it cost to reconstitute a school?
  • What Lessons Have We Learned from Various Types of Restructuring?
  • How Effective is School Reconstitution?
  • Just How Many Schools Are There in Need of Reconstitution?
  • How Hard is it to Turn Around a Failing School?
  • What are the Specific Effects of Reconstituting on Student Achievement?
  • Are There Any Unintended Consequences?
  • What is the Appeal of Reconstituting Schools in Crisis?
  • What are the implications for NEA?
  • Resources

Issue Primer: School Restructuring, Reconstitution and Turnaround

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  1. Increase Affiliate and School Leadership Collaboration : Priority Schools Campaign January 1, 201210:49 am

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