A Study of Promising Practices in Two California Charter Schools: Using Technology to Increase Parent Involvement

A Study of Promising Practices in Two California Charter Schools: Using Technology to Increase Parent Involvement

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This study explores the promising practice of using technology to increase parent involvement in California charter schools. Charter schools, as laboratories for innovation, are viewed as a response to changes in society along political, racial, socio-economic and cultural lines and as an alternative to failing public school systems. The study was conducted with the guidance of the University of Southern California Center for Educational Governance and will add to its on-line compendium of promising practices.... telephone and computer data wiring. Ivy also provided laptop computers for each of its teachers. LFCS on the other hand, purchased more classroom-based technology. Smart boards and stereo sound to enhance teacher audibility wereanbsp;...


Title:A Study of Promising Practices in Two California Charter Schools: Using Technology to Increase Parent Involvement
Author: Jan Pittman Vanderpool
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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