RtTT


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RtTT

Abbreviation for:
Referral to Treatment Target
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RTTT lists six priorities for states to address as they create
By examining the state and district approaches to lesson study, this study looks into some possible sense-making processes these policymakers and administrators went through to establish policy and organizational conditions for promoting lesson study implementation within the unique policy context of the RTTT program.
This component would strengthen the existing federal-state relationship because the federal government offers technical assistance on a wide variety of issues, including assistance on how to achieve the core goals of RTTT, (218) early childhood education, (219) and special education.
Nevertheless, RTTT extols the connection between education reform and global competitiveness.
Importantly, the RTTT initiative represents a move away from the philosophy that autonomy and accountability can foster school improvements without significant new funding.
Knowing the power of the teachers unions, is it fair to place such an emphasis of the RTTT application on reforming them?
51-52) The State of "Great Teachers and Leaders: The depth and Massachusetts, breadth of the initiatives and strategies 2011 described in section D necessitate continued and consistent collaboration among ESE, EOE, DHE, UMASS, and other stakeholders, and ESE will coordinate these partnerships both during and beyond the four-year RTTT grant.
RTTT also doesn't have any focus on making technology accessible in ways that will change how schools approach learning.
The RTTT model has not proved to be effective in turning around underperforming schools where it has already been implemented.
As Steven Brill noted in Class Warfare, school reform advocates seized the momentum created by RTTT to mobilize and collaborate in advancing their agenda in state legislatures.
The Obama administration brought forward the RTTT as its answer to educational reform.
Now, with RTTT backing, two groups, the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) with 30 states and the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) with 25 states, are developing assessments based on those standards.