Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
James L. Schott
Carol A. Burg
Dale E. Moxley
My paper details a policy recommendation for elementary schools in a large school district in Florida. Its aim is to provide equal educational opportunities and equity for all students. I developed it in part based on an educational, economic, social, political, and moral-ethical analysis. My policy's purpose is to enhance the educational experience for all children, maximize time-on-task (TOT) on all subjects, and close the achievement gap. It discourages the use of the pull-out program for remediation in reading and/ or other areas. My new policy, combining the collaborative specialization model, which I developed, with a push-in program, will provide students the required TOT to maximize learning in all subjects without getting pulled out for remediation.
Villaverde, Nicole, "Closing the Achievement Gap in Elementary Schools: A Policy Advocacy Dissertation" (2014). Dissertations. 90.
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