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    • A high school science teacher posted to the AAPT Physics ...

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      In all schools listed above, at least one teacher of 9th grade physics has taken a Modeling Workshop. Arizona state law requires that all Arizona public high school students have the opportunity to take biology by 10th grade. The AIMS science test is taken by all high school students as an end of …

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    • Archived: The 2nd National High School Leadership Summit ...

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      Strand A: Setting High Expectations and Accountability for Results. Repeated at 1:45 and 3:30 pm. Description: School leaders and education policymakers need to know what strategies show promise in helping turn around struggling schools and helping good schools become great schools.

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    • Arizona Department of Education

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      The schools have as their purpose to keep students in school by paying special attention to the student’s individual social needs and the academic requirements for a high school diploma. Many educators realize that dropout prevention efforts must begin earlier than high school and now offer alternative school programs at the middle school level.

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    • Arizona State University Modeling and Harvard Project ...

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      Malcolm Wells, one of the founders of Modeling Instruction in high school physics, taught physics and chemistry at high schools in Arizona. Early in his career, he participated in workshops conducted by PSSC and Harvard Project Physics (Jackson, 2008, p. 1). These programs led him to discard lecture and have a completely student-centered classroom.

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    • Bloomsday #31—May 6, 2007

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      The Fit For Bloomsday youth fitness program enjoys a surge in numbers, with 85 schools and nearly 6,000 children participating. Changes to Bloomsday implemented in 2006 to the start, finish and timing system are refined slightly, but the biggest change is before Sunday morning, as Check-In and Trade Show are relocated to the new Convention Center, just east of the site that has been their home ...

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    • ED Green Ribbon Schools: Resources for Energy, Cost ...

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      USGBC Center for Green Schools Resources. Collaborative for High Performance Schools. ... Alliance for Climate Education Biggest Loser Competition. ... Arizona Children's Environmental Health Program: Green Schools. Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs.


    • Executive Summary - University of Arizona

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      “Biggest, complaint is that the TA training class was ineffective. Better structure is to have it taught by more experienced TAs with an emphasis on problem solving, and dealing with poor performing students… Also, my supervisor this semester is non-performing.”


    • Subject: +/- Grades - University of Arizona

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      Plus Minus grading at the graduate level has been a subject on the Council of Graduate Schools Listserv. While the majority of graduate colleges do not currently use plus minus grading, many have considered it and quite a few use it (including some major large state universities such as Michigan, Berkeley, UCLA).


    • Summer: 15 Days or 2 1/2 Months

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      With all these factors, the cost of keeping schools open becomes immensely high. For example, a high school in Arizona had a cost increase of $157,000 when they switched to year-round schooling. A third downside to year-round schooling is that students would hardly have any time to relax.


    • Theme – Placement in Higher Education

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      This has proven to be an effective implementation strategy.” (Mesa Public Schools PAY Program) “Ask the students - 90% of JAG students will tell you that the JAG Program Coordinator knows them and cares more about them than anyone else on campus and many times more than any adult in their life.” (Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates)