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About SAM:

Strategic Inquiry: Starting Small for Big Results in Education, by Nell Scharff Panero & Joan E. Talbert

Collaborative inquiry to expand student achievement in New York City schools, by Joan E. Talbert

Low-inference Transcripts in Peer Coaching: A Promising Tool for School Improvement, by Rosa Rivera-McCutchen & Nell Scharff Panero

Inquiry Team Handbook, by Nell Scharff Panero

Starting Small for Big School Improvement, by Helen A. Scharff, Deirdre A. DeAngelis & Joan E. Talbert

 

SAM Evaluation Reports:

Inquiry-Based School Reform: Lessons from SAM in NYC, January 2012

Developing School Capacity for Inquiry-Based Improvement, November 2010

SAM II Evaluation Report, October 2009

SAM II Evaluation Summary, April 2008

SAM Evaluation, March 2008

 

Related Publications:

Ending the Great School Wars, by James. S. Liebman

Turning Around a High Poverty School District: Learning from Sanger Unified's Success, by Joan E. Talbert & Jane E. David

 

About The Hochman Project:

The Writing Revolution, by Peg Tyre

Are We Learning the Right Lessons from New Dorp High School, by Jim Fredricksen

Academic Writing Isn't a Throwback to the 1950's, by Judith Hochman

"I'll Have What They're Having!": The Challenge of Replicating One School's Success, by Jody Peltason

The Author of the Writing Revolution Responds to the Debate, by Peg Tyre

Teaching Basic Writing Skills, by Judith C. Hochman

 

Research Supporting The Hochman Project:

Writing Next, Effective Strategies to Improve Writing in Adolescents

Writing to Read, Evidence for How Writing Can Improve Reading

Teaching Elementary School Students to be Effective Writers

The Nation's Report Card, Writing 2011, National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

A Case For the Sentence in Reading Comprehension

 

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