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Possible consolidations of rural schools in Delaware

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Service citizens of Delaware , Wilmington, Del
ContributionsEngelhardt, N. L. (Nickolaus Louis), 1882-1960, joint author, Hart, F. W., joint author
LC ClassificationsLB2861 .S7
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Pagination60 p., 1 l.
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Open LibraryOL24353605M
LC Control Number23002076

The consolidation of rural schools in the United States has been a controversial topic for policy-makers, school administrators, and rural communities since the s.

At issue in the consolidation movement have been concerns of efficiency, economics, student achievement, school size, and community identity. Throughout the history ofFile Size: 94KB.

Library of Congress Control Number e Language English Description Book/Printed Material Rural school situation in Tennessee; bulletin of information regarding consolidation of schools and transportation of pupils.

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Possible consolidations of rural schools in Delaware. Possible consolidations of rural schools in Delaware: based on a survey of the public schools of Delaware / (Wilmington, Del.: Service Citizens of Delaware, []), by George D. Strayer, Frank W. Hart, and N. Engelhardt (page images at HathiTrust).

Feasibility of consolidating the schools of Mount Joy Township, Adams County, Pa. Library of Congress Control Number e Language Possible consolidations of rural schools in Delaware, Also available in digital form.

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Hart and N. Engelhardt (page images at HathiTrust). Consolidation Fight-Back Toolkit: Available Documents. Few states have pursued consolidation of rural schools more aggressively than West Virginia.

With the promise of broader curriculum and huge tax savings, the state has closed more than schools, one in every five, since elected school boards, and administrative leadership. Consolidating or reorganizing schools not only saves money on expensive but under-used space, it allows school boards to reinvest those savings into an improved classroom experience for all students.

To help learn from past school consolidations, the ministry conducted four case studies in school boards where consolidations recently took place. About this Item: George W Engelhardt. Chicago, Hardcover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Oversize book about 11 by 13 inches with some pages including an extensive Index.

Bound in green cloth with leather spine. Front cover Art Nouveau image in black and gilt. George D. Strayer has 37 books on Goodreads with 13 ratings. George D. Strayer’s most popular book is How to Teach. An Evaluation of the Impact of Rural School Consolidation What challenges may a new round of rural school consolidations have on the safety, educational performance and social environment of rural communities.

framework that may be used in the analysis of rural Size: 58KB. The Fiscal Impacts of School Consolidation: Research Based Conclusions. Last Updated: J Consolidation proponents often argue that consolidating schools and/or districts will lower per pupil costs.

But a stream of studies over half a century casts doubts on this assumption. Size Matters: A Look at School-District Consolidation Ulrich Boser August COVER PHOTO A lone student walks down a hallway at the Jean de Lafayette Elementary School, on the final day of File Size: 1MB.

Today, even after widespread consolidations, approximately one-third of Michigan’s school districts have fewer than 1, students. Instudy by Michigan State University professor Sharif M.

Shakrani concluded Michigan could save more than $ million per year at the county level and an additional $ million at the state level—all. Over the course of the last century the number of public school districts in the Untied States dropped fromin to j ina decrease of nearly 90 percent, according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).

Proponents of district consolidation most often cite cost savings associated with economies of scale as the driving factor. ABSTRACT—Pressure to force or induce the consolidation of rural schools through legislation is common across the United States. Whereas consolidation was once chiefly about school improvement, today it is more likely to be about fiscal savings.

Legislative battles have produced many lessons for rural. Delaware isn't likely to consolidate school districts. It has bigger problems. Many people argue consolidation would spend money more effectively, but. Possible consolidations of rural schools in Delaware () 68 Pages Proceedings at the unveiling of the monument at Cooch's Bridge () 88 Pages Proceedings on unveiling the monument to Caesar Rodney, and the oration delivered on the occasion () 80 Pages The history of education in Delaware () Pages.

That task force will look at the impact of consolidating school districts in the state of Delaware. Above is a map of the current school districts. There are 19 districts in Delaware that range f students to 1, with varying administrative costs.

The number in each district above shows the number of total schools in that district. Online Journal of Rural Research & Policy Volume 6 Issue 1 School Consolidation in Nebraska: Economic Efficiency vs.

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Rural Community Life Article 1 School Consolidation in Nebraska: Economic Efficiency vs. Rural Community Life Joan M. Blauwkamp University of Nebraska at Kearney Peter J. Longo University of Nebraska at Kearney John Anderson. There are 39 school districts in Delaware, which servethe top 1, largest school districts by enrollment, Delaware has five school districts.

The average number of top enrollment districts in a state is There students in the state's top enrollment districts, which represents percent of all students attending top enrollment districts in the United.

Educators and experts on rural school administration debated the pros and cons of consolidating small and rural schools districts. The event began.

Find the best public high schools in Red Clay Consolidated School District public school district here. Browse school rankings, graduation rate, college readiness data and more. We analyze how rural school consolidations have been framed in newspaper coverage, in order to see the dominant understandings of the cost-benefit tradeoffs in consolidating rural schools.

Delaware Grants for Elementary Education: Elementary Education Grants for Delaware. GrantWatch lists hundreds of grants for public, private, parochial and faith-based and charter schools for elementary education including STEM, flexible classrooms, career education, anti-bullying, special needs, parenting education and counseling services.

ERIC Identifier: ED Publication Date: Author: Fanning, Jim Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools Charleston WV. Rural School Consolidation and Student Learning. ERIC Digest. State officials and local boards, operating under pressure to run schools efficiently and meet national goals, have exercised their authority to consolidate schools.

This Digest. Full text of "Consolidation of rural schools and transportation of pupils" See other formats LAMGE U8RARY OF EDUCATION UNtVERSITY OF CAUFORNIA BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA CONSOLIDATION OF RURAL SCHOOLS AND TRANSPORTATION OP PUPILS By Philip Power A.B. THESIS Submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OP ARTS in.

This article appeared in the February Rural Policy Matters. Editor's note: Links are free and current at time of posting, but may require registration or expire over time.

A recent report has recommended consolidation for at least of the state’s school districts.

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Supporting Academic Achievement in Rural Northeast Florida Communities. Since it was founded inThe Foundation for Rural Education Excellence, a registered (C)(3) organization, has supported the rural school districts of the North East Florida Educational Consortium (NEFEC): Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Flagler, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Nassau, Putnam, Suwannee.

The Best Public Middle Schools ranking is based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking factors include state test scores, student-teacher ratio, student diversity, teacher quality, middle school ratings, and the overall quality of.

elementary and secondary schools ranked Delaware 7th in the nation. The state provides higher than average support for public K–12 education (%), making up for the relatively low contribution by local governments (%).

Federal revenue provides the remaining %. (Expenditure figures provided in File Size: 80KB.School District Consolidation Study In 10 Michigan Counties In Michigan, the largest number of school district consolidations occurred in the two decades following World War II, during a time of economic prosperity, increasing urbanization and growing student Education technology makes it possible for small schools to have access to aFile Size: KB.

Class Dismissed, Forever: Rural Schools Face Closures Students leave for home on the final day of school at the Wellington public school in Monticello, Maine.