2011 Bibliography Standard 7

STANDARD 7 -- Community Resources for Learning
 
 
1. The community and the district's governing body provide dependable funding for:
• a wide range of school programs and services
• sufficient professional and support staff
• ongoing professional development and curriculum 
  revision
• a full range of technology support
• sufficient equipment
• sufficient instructional materials and supplies

American Federation of Teachers. Building Minds, Minding Buildings: Turning Crumbling Schools into Environments for Learning. American Federation of Teachers, 2006. Retrieved from
http://www.aft.org/topics/building-conditions/
downloads/minding-bldgs.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Bullock, Calvin C.  The Relationship between School Building Conditions and Student Achievement at the Middle School Level in the Commonwealth of Virginia.   PhD diss., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2007. Retrived from http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/
available/etd-08212007-163313
(accessed July 2009)
 

California School Library Association, Standards Task Force, ed. Debbie Abilock. Standards and Guidelines for Strong School Libraries. California School Library Association, 2004.
Retrieved from
http://www.csla.net/pub/pdf/CSLA_Standards.pdf (accessed July 2009).

Crampton, Faith. Investment in School Infrastructure as a Critical Educational Capacity Issue: A National Study. Scottsdale, AZ: Council of Educational Facility Planners International, 2007. To purchase document (pdf) online: http://www.cofpi.org.

Higgins, Steve, Elaine Hall, Kate Wall, Pam Woolner, and Caroline McCaughey. The Impact of School Environments: A Literature Review. The Centre for Learning and Teaching, School of Education, Communication and Language Science, University of Newcastle, 2005. Retrieved from
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/en/Design-Council/3/
Publications/The-Impact-of-School-Learning-Environments/
(accessed July 2009).

Jansik, Dave.   Suck It up.  American School & University, v80 n7 p44 Mar 2008.
Retrieved from
http://asumag.com/green/suck_leed_green_
cleaning/index.html
(accessed July 2009).

Misakian, Jo Ellen Priest.   The Synergistic Attributes of Library Media Center Standards.   Library Media Connection, v24 n4 p22-24 Jan 2006. To subscribe to the magazine online: http://www.linworth.com/lmc/

National High School Alliance. A Call To Action: Transforming High School for All Youth. Washington DC: The Institute for Educational Leadership, April 2005. Retrieved from http://www.hsalliance.org/_downloads/home/Call%20
To%20Action%202005/CalltoAction2005.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

National High School Center. Eight Elements of High School Improvement: A Mapping Framework. National High School Center, July 2008. Retrieved from
http://www.betterhighschools.com/docs/NHSC
EightElements7-25-08.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Roberts, Lance W., Jason D. Edgerton, and Tracey Peter.   The Importance of Place: Facility Conditions and Learning Outcomes.   Education Canada, v48 n3 p48-51 Sum 2008.

Rudd, Peter, Frances Reed, and Paula Smith. The Effects of the School Environment on Young People's Attitudes Towards Education and Learning.  National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER), 2008. Retrieved from
http://www.nfer.ac.uk/publications/BSY01/BSY01.pdf
(accessed July 2009, 33 pgs).

Shendell, Derek G., Claire Barnet, and Stephen Boese. The Healthy and High Performance School: A Two-Part Report Regarding the Scientific Findings and Policy Implications of School Environmental Health. Albany, NY: Healthy Schools Network, Inc., 2004. Registration required to download. Retrieved from
http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/
content_storage_01/0000019b/80/29/db/40.pdf
(accessed July 2009, 91 pgs).

Uline, Cynthia, and Megan Tschannen-Moran.   The Walls Speak: The Interplay of Quality Facilities, School Climate, and Student Achievement.   Journal of Educational Administration, v46 n1 p55-73 2008.
Retrieved from
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insight/viewPDF.jsp?contentType=Article&Filename=html/Output/Published/
EmeraldFullTextArticle/Pdf/0740460104.pdf
(accessed July 2009).
 

2. The school develops, plans and funds programs:
• to ensure the maintenance and repair of the building and
  school plant
• to properly maintain, catalogue and replace equipment
• to keep the school clean on a daily basis

 
American Federation of Teachers. Building Minds, Minding Buildings: Turning Crumbling Schools into Environments for Learning. American Federation of Teachers, 2006. Retrieved from
http://www.aft.org/topics/building-conditions/
downloads/minding-bldgs.pdf
(accessed July 2009). 
 

Bullock, Calvin C.  The Relationship between School Building Conditions and Student Achievement at the Middle School Level in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  PhD diss., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2007. Retrived from http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/
available/etd-08212007-163313
(accessed July 2009).

California School Library Association, Standards Task Force, ed. Debbie Abilock. Standards and Guidelines for Strong School Libraries. California School Library Association, 2004.
Retrieved from
http://www.csla.net/pub/pdf/CSLA_Standards.pdf (accessed July 2009).

Crampton, Faith. Investment in School Infrastructure as a Critical Educational Capacity Issue: A National Study. Scottsdale, AZ: Council of Educational Facility Planners International, 2007. To purchase document (pdf) online: http://www.cofpi.org.

Higgins, Steve, Elaine Hall, Kate Wall, Pam Woolner, and Caroline McCaughey. The Impact of School Environments: A Literature Review. The Centre for Learning and Teaching, School of Education, Communication and Language Science, University of Newcastle, 2005. Retrieved from
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/en/Design-Council/3/
Publications/The-Impact-of-School-Learning-Environments/
(accessed July 2009).

Jansik, Dave. Suck It up. American School & University, v80 n7 p44 Mar 2008.
Retrieved from
http://asumag.com/green/suck_leed_green_
cleaning/index.html
(accessed July 2009).

Misakian, Jo Ellen Priest.   The Synergistic Attributes of Library Media Center Standards.   Library Media Connection, v24 n4 p22-24 Jan 2006. To subscribe to the magazine online: http://www.linworth.com/lmc/

National High School Alliance. A Call To Action: Transforming High School for All Youth. Washington DC: The Institute for Educational Leadership, April 2005. Retrieved from http://www.hsalliance.org/_downloads/home/Call%20To
%20Action%202005/CalltoAction2005.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

National High School Center. Eight Elements of High School Improvement: A Mapping Framework. National High School Center, July 2008. Retrieved from
http://www.betterhighschools.com/docs/NHSC
EightElements7-25-08.pdf
(accessed July 2009.

Rudd, Peter, Frances Reed, and Paula Smith. The Effects of the School Environment on Young People's Attitudes Towards Education and Learning. National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER), 2008. Retrieved from
http://www.nfer.ac.uk/publications/BSY01/BSY01.pdf
(accessed July 2009, 33 pgs).

Shendell, Derek G., Claire Barnet, and Stephen Boese. The Healthy and High Performance School: A Two-Part Report Regarding the Scientific Findings and Policy Implications of School Environmental Health. Albany, NY: Healthy Schools Network, Inc., 2004. Registration required to download. Retrieved from
http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/
content_storage_01/0000019b/80/29/db/40.pdf
(accessed July 2009, 91 pgs).

Stevens, Tod.   Simple Strategies. American School & University, v80 n11 p23-26 Jun 2008.
To retrieved on line http://www.asumag.com/green/university_
simple_strategies_2/index.html


Uline, Cynthia, and Megan Tschannen-Moran.   The Walls Speak: The Interplay of Quality Facilities, School Climate, and Student Achievement.  Journal of Educational Administration, v46 n1 p55-73 2008.
Retrieved from
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insight/viewPDF.jsp?contentType=Article&Filename=html/Output/Published/
EmeraldFullTextArticle/Pdf/0740460104.pdf
(accessed July 2009).


3. The community funds and the school implements a long-range plan that addresses:
• programs and services
• enrollment changes and staffing needs
• facility needs
• technology
• capital improvements

 
Council of Chief State School Officers. Educational Leadership Policy Standards: ISLLC 2008 As Adopted by the National Policy Board for Educational Administration. Washington, DC: Council of Chief State School Officers, 2008. Retrieved from
http://www.wallacefoundation.org/SiteCollection
Documents/WF/Knowledge%20Center/Attachments/
PDF/ISLLC%202008.pdf
(accessed July 2009).
 

4. Faculty and building administrators are actively involved in the development and implementation of the budget.


Alderson, Kris.   Quality Counts.  American School & University, v80 n11 p32-34 Jun 2008.
Retrieved from
http://asumag.com/Washrooms/university_quality_
counts/index.html
(accessed July 2009).

American Federation of Teachers. Building Minds, Minding Buildings: Turning Crumbling Schools into Environments for Learning. American Federation of Teachers, 2006. Retrieved from
http://www.aft.org/topics/building-conditions/
downloads/minding-bldgs.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Bullock, Calvin C. The Relationship between School Building Conditions and Student Achievement at the Middle School Level in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  PhD diss., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2007. Retrived fromhttp://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/
etd-08212007-163313
(accessed July 2009).

Crampton, Faith. Investment in School Infrastructure as a Critical Educational Capacity Issue: A National Study. Scottsdale, AZ: Council of Educational Facility Planners International, 2007. To purchase document (pdf) online: http://www.cofpi.org.

Dittoe, William, and Nat Porter.   Appealing Spaces.   American School & University, v80 n2 p26 Oct 2007.
Retrieved from
http://asumag.com/Furniture/university_appealing_
spaces/index.html
(accessed July 2009).

Higgins, Steve, Elaine Hall, Kate Wall, Pam Woolner, and Caroline McCaughey. The Impact of School Environments: A Literature Review. The Centre for Learning and Teaching, School of Education, Communication and Language Science, University of Newcastle, 2005. Retrieved from
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/en/Design-Council/3/
Publications/The-Impact-of-School-Learning-Environments/
(accessed July 2009).

Jansik, Dave. Suck It up. American School & University, v80 n7 p44 Mar 2008.
Retrieved from
http://asumag.com/green/suck_leed_green_
cleaning/index.html
(accessed July 2009).

Roberts, Lance W., Jason D. Edgerton, and Tracey Peter.  The Importance of Place: Facility Conditions and Learning Outcomes.  Education Canada, v48 n3 p48-51 Sum 2008.

Rudd, Peter, Frances Reed, and Paula Smith. The Effects of the School Environment on Young People's Attitudes Towards Education and Learning. National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER), 2008. Retrieved from
http://www.nfer.ac.uk/publications/BSY01/BSY01.pdf
(accessed July 2009, 33 pgs).

Shendell, Derek G., Claire Barnet, and Stephen Boese. The Healthy and High Performance School: A Two-Part Report Regarding the Scientific Findings and Policy Implications of School Environmental Health. Albany, NY: Healthy Schools Network, Inc., 2004. Registration required to download. Retrieved from
http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/
content_storage_01/0000019b/80/29/db/40.pdf
(accessed July 2009, 91 pgs).

Stevens, Tod.   Simple Strategies.   American School & University, v80 n11 p23-26 Jun 2008.
To retrieved on line http://www.asumag.com/green/university_
simple_strategies_2/index.html


Texley, Juliana.  Safe Science Facilities: Reviewing Factors that Affect Classroom Environment, Curriculum, and Safety.  Science Teacher, v72 n6 p39 Sep 2005. To retrieve article online: http://www.nsta.org/highschool/. Member login required; nonmember may purchase.

Uline, Cynthia, and Megan Tschannen-Moran.   The Walls Speak: The Interplay of Quality Facilities, School Climate, and Student Achievement.  Journal of Educational Administration, v46 n1 p55-73 2008.
Retrieved from
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insight/viewPDF.jsp?contentType=Article&Filename=html/Output/Published/
EmeraldFullTextArticle/Pdf/0740460104.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Whelan, Debra Lau.   Going Green: Eco-Friendly Schools. School Library Journal, v53 n9 p44-48 Sep 2007.
Retrieved from
http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6472363.html (accessed July 2009).

 

 


5. The school site and plant support the delivery of high quality school programs and services.

Alderson, Kris.  Quality Counts.  American School & University, v80 n11 p32-34 Jun 2008.
Retrieved from
http://asumag.com/Washrooms/university_
quality_counts/index.html
(accessed July 2009).

American Federation of Teachers. Building Minds, Minding Buildings: Turning Crumbling Schools into Environments for Learning. American Federation of Teachers, 2006. Retrieved from
http://www.aft.org/topics/building-conditions/
downloads/minding-bldgs.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Bullock, Calvin C.  The Relationship between School Building Conditions and Student Achievement at the Middle School Level in the Commonwealth of Virginia." PhD diss., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2007. Retrived from http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/
etd-08212007-163313
(accessed July 2009).

Collaborative for High Performance Schools. CHPS Best Practices Manual. Collaborative for High Performance Schools. To order printed manual online: http://www.chps.net/manual/orderBPM.html.
(A members-only printable pdf copy is available online: password is required.)

Higgins, Steve, Elaine Hall, Kate Wall, Pam Woolner, and Caroline McCaughey. The Impact of School Environments: A Literature Review. The Centre for Learning and Teaching, School of Education, Communication and Language Science, University of Newcastle, 2005. Retrieved from
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/en/Design-Council/3/
Publications/The-Impact-of-School-Learning-Environments/
(accessed July 2009).

Jansik, Dave. Suck It up. American School & University, v80 n7 p44 Mar 2008.
Retrieved from
http://asumag.com/green/suck_leed_green_cleaning/
index.html
(accessed July 2009).

Lair, Susan. A Study of the Effect School Facility Conditions Have on Student Achievement. University of Texas, Austin, May 2003.

Roberts, Lance W., Jason D. Edgerton, and Tracey Peter.  The Importance of Place: Facility Conditions and Learning Outcomes.  Education Canada, v48 n3 p48-51 Sum 2008.

Shendell, Derek G., Claire Barnet, and Stephen Boese. The Healthy and High Performance School: A Two-Part Report Regarding the Scientific Findings and Policy Implications of School Environmental Health. Albany, NY: Healthy Schools Network, Inc., 2004. Registration required to download. Retrieved from
http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/
content_storage_01/0000019b/80/29/db/40.pdf
(accessed July 2009, 91 pgs).

Stevens, Tod.  Simple Strategies.  American School & University, v80 n11 p23-26 Jun 2008.
To retrieved on line http://www.asumag.com/green/university_
simple_strategies_2/index.html


Uline, Cynthia, and Megan Tschannen-Moran.  The Walls Speak: The Interplay of Quality Facilities, School Climate, and Student Achievement.  Journal of Educational Administration, v46 n1 p55-73 2008.
Retrieved from
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insight/viewPDF.jsp?contentType=Article&Filename=html/Output/Published/
EmeraldFullTextArticle/Pdf/0740460104.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Whelan, Debra Lau.  Going Green: Eco-Friendly Schools. School Library Journal, v53 n9 p44-48 Sep 2007.
Retrieved from
http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6472363.html (accessed July 2009).

 

 

 

 


6. The school maintains documentation that the physical plant and facilities meet all applicable federal and state laws and are in compliance with local fire, health, and safety regulations.

 

 

 

 


7. All professional staff actively engage parents and families as partners in each student’s education and reach out specifically to those families who have been less connected with the school.

Connell, James P., and Adena M. Klem. First Things First: A Framework for Successful Secondary School Reform.   New Directions for Youth Development. n111 p53-66 Fall 2006. To purchase online access to article: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/
113490754/issue
.

Klem, Adena M., and James P. Connell. Engaging Youth in School. Institute for Research and Reform in Education.
Retrieved from
http://www.irre.org/publications/pdfs/Engaging_Youth_-8-04.pdf
(accessed 2009).

Loughridge, Mary E., and Loren R.Tarantino. Leading Effective Secondary School Reform: Your Guide to Strategies that Work. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2004. To order online: http://www.corwinpress.com.

National High School Alliance. A Call To Action: Transforming High School for All Youth. Washington DC: The Institute for Educational Leadership, April 2005. Retrieved from http://www.hsalliance.org/_downloads/home/Call%20To%
20Action%202005/CalltoAction2005.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

National High School Center. Eight Elements of High School Improvement: A Mapping Framework. National High School Center, July 2008. Retrieved from
http://www.betterhighschools.com/docs/NHSC
EightElements7-25-08.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

National High School Center. Eight Elements of High School Improvement: A Mapping Framework. National High School Center. June 2008. Retrieved from http://www.betterhighschools.org/docs/NHSC
EightElements7-25-08.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Reschley, Daniel T. Teacher Quality for Multitiered Intervention. National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, September 2007. http://www2.tqsource.org/strategies/multitiered
Systems/TQMultitiered.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Tonn, Jessica L. Keeping in Touch.  Education Week, v24 n39 p30-33 Jun 2005. To access online: http://www.edweek.org (available subscribers only; nonsubscribers may purchase on single article basis).

WestEd. Engaging Parents in Education: Lessons From Five Parental Information And Resource Centers. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement, June 2007. http://www.edpubs.ed.gov to order online. http://www.ed.gov/admins/comm/parents/parentinvolve/
engagingparents.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

 

 

 

 


8. The school develops productive parent, community, business, and higher education partnerships that support student learning.

Conescu, Rachel et al. New Rules, New Roles: Preparing All Young People for a Changing World, A Report on Career Exploration and Preparation for Young People. DeWitt Wallace Reader’s Digest Fund, 2000. Retrieved from http://www.wallacefoundation.org/SiteCollection
Documents/WF/Knowledge%20Center/Attachments/PDF/New%20Rules%20New%20Roles.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Loughridge, Mary E., and Loren R.Tarantino. Leading Effective Secondary School Reform: Your Guide to Strategies that Work. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 2004. To order online: http://www.corwinpress.com.

National High School Center. Eight Elements of High School Improvement: A Mapping Framework. National High School Center, July 2008. Retrieved from
http://www.betterhighschools.com/docs/NHSCEight
Elements7-25-08.pdf
(accessed July 2009).

Thiers, Naomi.  How Schools Improve. Educational Leadership Study Guide. February 2005 | Volume 62 | Number 5. Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational_leadership/
feb05/vol62/num05/How_Schools_Improve.aspx
(accessed July 2009).

Tomlinson, Carol Ann. Fulfilling the Promise of the Differentiated Classroom: Strategies and Tools for Responsive Teaching. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), 2003. To order online: http://www.ascd.org.

Tonn, Jessica L.  Keeping in Touch.  Education Week, v24 n39 p30-33 Jun 2005. To access online: http://www.edweek.org (available subscribers only; nonsubscribers may purchase on single article basis).

WestEd. Engaging Parents in Education: Lessons From Five Parental Information And Resource Centers. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement, June 2007. http://www.edpubs.ed.gov to order online. http://www.ed.gov/admins/comm/parents/parentinvolve/engagingparents.pdf (accessed July 2009).