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From afterschool programs to educational technology, from literacy to data-driven decision making, Learning Point Associates produces a variety of products, publications, and multimedia tools for educators and policymakers.
We invite you to browse through and order the products and publications listed in the online catalog. Many of the valuable Learning Point Associates resources are free of charge, and some are available for a nominal fee. All items have shipping charges. Some of the publications are only available online and may be downloaded from individual product pages. If you have any questions, please call Learning Point Associates at 800-356-2735.
| The School Leadership Triangle: From Compliance to Innovation
In The School Leadership Triangle, Paul Kimmelman, Ed.D., provides a three-point framework for creating the conditions that improve schools and districts: federal policy compliance, effective leadership, and innovation.
|Integrating Expanded Learning and School Reform Initiatives: Challenges and Strategies
Learning Point Associates and The Collaborative for Building After-School Systems describe six recommendations to better integrate high-quality, expanded learning opportunities in state, district, and school reform initiatives.
|Is the Supply in Demand? Exploring How, When, and Why Teachers Use Research
This report, funded by the Spencer Foundation, explores both the types of educational research teachers find useful for advancing their instructional practice and the ways they access the research currently available.
|School Restructuring: What Works When
The 2010 edition, emphasizing the four School Improvement Grant intervention models, translates research on restructuring chronically struggling schools into practical decision-making tools.
|Toward the Structural Transformation of Schools: Innovations in Staffing
To harness the opportunities for large-scale reform, Learning Point Associates calls for states to lead the structural transformation of schooling, beginning with revolutionizing how they think about, prepare, license, deploy, and support educators. This