Gabrieli Chris (2010). Â« More Time, More Learning Â». Educational Leadership, vol. 67, nÂ° 7, avril, p. 38–44. En ligne : <http://www.timeandlearn ... tional%20Leadership.pdf>.
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"Clarence Edwards Middle School, a high-poverty school in Boston, has experienced substantial gains in student achievement since implementing expanded learning time. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act stimulus dollars are boosting the expanded learning time model because federal regulations identify "increased learning time" as a core innovation that schools must use for turnaround and transformation. Currently, schools with expanded learning time add, on average, 25 percent more time each year; 20 percent of such schools have lengthened the school year as well. Research suggests that expanded learning time should primarily be deployed in high-poverty schools, with the most compelling case at the middle school level. The author offers 10 keys that are crucial to a successful implementation of expanded learning time for disadvantaged students."
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