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Kavitha Mediratta (New York University, Institute for Education and Social Policy) & Norm Fruchter (New York University, Institute for Education and Social Policy). Drum Major Institute for Public Policy. 01/2003. p. 25.
The report reviews the current governance and accountability system in New York State. It concludes that developing a new community accountability system that anchors the essential relationships between schools and communities in ongoing efforts to improve schools is one of the most critical tasks for the accountability reform.
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Dorothy Siegel (Institute for Education and Social Policy,New York University) & Norm Fruchter (Institute for Education and Social Policy,New York University). Institute for Education and Social Policy. 02/2002. p. 88.
New York City’s Performance-Driven Budgeting (PDB) initiative, introduced in 1997, generated a new element in school-based planning for instructional improvement, the explicit link between school-level budgeting and efforts to improve student and school performance. This evaluation examines the implementation of that initiative from its inception in 1997 through most of 2000.
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Norm Fruchter, Robert Berne, Ann Marcus & Mark Alter. GOTTLIEB JAY . 10/1995.
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Leanna Stiefel (Professor of Economics at the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University), Amy Ellen Schwartz (Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University) & Norm Fruchter (Director, Institute for Education and Social Policy). Education Finance Research Consortium. (no date specified). p. 41.
This study seeks to identify causal relationships between academic performance, expenditures, and characteristics of elementary and middle schools in New York City community school districts.
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