Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Carol A. Burg, Ph.D., Chair
Stuart I. Carrier, Ph.D., Committee Member
This project discusses capacity-building steps for reconfiguring a school culture as a learning community that values the potential of student and teacher school day time for effective, beyond the classroom, academic support. Stakeholders efficiently leverage all available time for highly engaged, innovative learning in a variety of interconnected contexts as a means for improving student-learning gains. The proposed policy centers on an initial pilot implementation of lunchtime tutoring, yet furthermore, the policy overall provides a way of looking at the school day as a valued time resource that has the potential to support student achievement success within an interconnected, flexible, time-valuing culture of learning.
GHANSAH, AGNES and Ghansah, Agnes Ed.D., "Lunch Tutoring in One High School’s Regular Daily Schedule: A Policy Advocacy Document." (2017). Dissertations. 240.