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Coalition of Essential Schools

1814 Franklin Street
Suite 700
Oakland, CA 94612
http://www.essentialschools.org

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Contact Information:
Brett Bradshaw
510.433.1926
bbrashaw@essentialschools.org

Program Specification:

Emphasis:

Gender:

Rating:

Prevention
Intervention

Both

Moderate Evidence of Effectiveness

Age/Grade Level:

Target Settings:

Target Groups:

Preschool
Elementary
Middle School
High School

Urban
Suburban

School Wide

Ethnicity:

Other Participation Criteria:

All Ethnicities

Description:

The fundamental philosophy of CES is that each school community determines how best to implement 10 common principles in their school. These principles are: learning to use one's mind well, less is more, depth over coverage, goals apply to all students, personalization, student as worker, teacher as coach, demonstration of mastery, a tone of decency and trust, commitment to the entire school, resources dedicated to teaching and learning, democracy and equity.

Program Descriptors Include:
Academic Improvement, Service Learning

Starting Date: 1984
Students Served Per Year: 500+
Last Verified: 2009

Risk Factors:

Protective Factors:

Program addresses the following:

Individual factors

  • Low achievement
  • Low educational expectations
  • Lack of effort
  • Low commitment to school

Program promotes the following:

Relationships

  • Presence and involvement of caring, supportive adults
  • Involvement with positive peer activities
  • Perception of support from adults and peers

Program Resources:

Annual Cost:

Unspecified

Funding Sources Include:

Program Staff Includes:

Federal Agencies
State Agencies
Local/City/County Agencies
School Districts

Teachers
Counselors
Parents
School Administrators

Materials Used:

Supporting / Partner Organizations:

Unspecified

Unspecified

Evaluation Information:

Schools based on CES principles showed reduction in student suspensions, dropout rates, and disciplinary incidents.

How evaluation data was collected:
Outside experimental studies
Data collected and analyzed at school/district level
Data collected and analyzed at state or organizational level

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