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How to Create a Culture of Achievement in Your School and Classroom

by Douglas Fisher

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If you have a dysfunctional school, you already know it, and are puzzled by how to fix it. Perhaps you feel powerless and are just hanging on. Fisher and companions analyze this situation in schools and their book is all about what to do about it. We found it dense reading and wish it were more clear cut, but we are going to recommend it to those whose schools are in disarray because there are sure to be some ideas here to add to the mix of those being generated or resisted in a school culture. Since it is all about the kids, extraordinary measures need to be considered. If you are a premium member of ASCD, then this book has come already into your mailbox. It is worth considering.
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