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Barr Rebecca & Dreeben Robert (2007). « How schools work ». In Ballantine Jeanna H. & Spade Joan Z. (dir.). Schools and Society. Thousand Oaks : Pine Forge Press. 73–79 
Added by: orey (09 Jul 2010 12:10:14 Europe/Paris)   Last edited by: Agnès Cavet (29 Oct 2010 10:01:01 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Book Article
BibTeX citation key: Barr2007
Categories: General
Keywords: temps et rythme scolaires
Creators: Ballantine, Barr, Dreeben, Spade
Publisher: Pine Forge Press (Thousand Oaks)
Collection: Schools and Society
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"This excerpt from Rebecca Barr and Robert
Dreeben’s book, How Schools Work, discusses
the functioning of schools and classrooms.
The authors examine different levels
of Organization (units of analysis) from district
offices to instructional groups in classrooms;
they identify distinct events that take
place in each unit, and how what happens
in one unit affects others. They also discuss
the roles and division of labor of some participants.
Within classrooms there are instructional groups, often by ability level of students. Organization of time is another determinant of how schools work. From the length of the class period and day to the number of days in a year, the way time is structured affects opportunities to learn. The importance of this excerpt is in providing the methods and framework needed to understand the organization of educational systems and how schools work."
Added by: Agnès Cavet  
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