Policy Attributes Theory

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Standards Implementation in Kentucky: Local Perspectives on Policy, Challenges, Resources, and Instruction

In this report, C-SAIL presents findings from surveys of teachers, principals, and district administrators in three main sections: 1) the policy attributes; 2) challenges to implementing standards as well as the resources respondents use to help them meet the challenges and the resources they report wanting more of in order to continue improving their implementation; and 3) the content of instruction.

Differences in Teacher Perceptions of State Policies

Do teachers of different grades, subjects, and types of students view their state policies differently?

Interactive Maps, Explained: A Preview of the Broader Implications of our State CCR Policies Maps

A quick click through state education agency (SEA) websites reveals just how much state leaders do to design complex approaches to standards implementation. Our second interactive map series shows patterns in how states have conceptualized their processes for implementing college- and career-readiness (CCR) standards. These patterns allowed us to create profiles of states in their implementation approaches.

New data shows which states more likely to succeed in college- and career-readiness standards implementation

Contact: Jackie Kerstetter, gse-csail@gse.upenn.edu, (814) 440-2299

New data shows which states more likely to succeed in college- and career-readiness standards implementation

Map tool allows users to compare states’ policy features

Standards Implementation in Texas: Local Perspectives on Policy, Challenges, Resources, and Instruction

We present survey findings in three main sections: (1) the policy attributes; (2) challenges to implementing standards as well as the resources respondents use to help them meet the challenges and the resources they report wanting more of in order to continue improving their implementation; and (3) the content of instruction.

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