Resources

Books:

 The Tutoring Revolution: Applying Research for Best Practices, Policy Implications, and Student Achievement Co-authored by: Edward E. Gordon , Charles J. O'Malley , Ronald R. Morgan , and Judith Ponticell

The Tutoring Revolution: Applying Research for Best Practices, Policy Implications and Student Achievement

Co-authored by:
Edward E. Gordon
Charles J. O’Malley
Ronald R. Morgan
Judith Ponticell

“As both government-financed and private-pay tutoring explode on the periphery of K-12 education, this perceptive guidebook is welcome indeed, the more so because it examines what works, not just what’s happening.”  Chester E. Finn Jr., senior fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University & president, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, Washington, DC

Publications:

 choosingschool Choosing a School for Your Child
Klenk, Dorfman, Gill, O’Malley, 2005

Office of Innovation and Improvement,
U.S. Department of Education
ERIC DIGEST ED494127
 naasp Tutoring Solutions for No Child Left Behind: Research, Practice, and Policy Implications
Gordon, Morgan, Ponticell, O’Malley, 2004ERIC JOURNAL EJ747918
NASSP Bulletin, v88 n638 p59-68 2004

Major Issues Confronting the Nation’s Private Education Community (O’Malley, 1983)

Governance of Private Schools  Private School Quarterly, p12-15 (O’Malley, 1981)

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