Bibliography for Best Practice in Student Programs

From Profiling Student Programs: An Approach to Formative Evaluation, The National Center for Improving Science Edcuation of the NETWORK, Inc. with support from the United States Department of Energy, November, 1993.

  1. Daggett, W. 1992. Preparing Students for the 1990s and Beyond. Unpublished manuscript. Schenectady, NY: International Center for Leadership in Education.

  2. Freedman, M. 1991. The Kindness of Strangers: Reflections on the Mentoring Movement. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures.

  3. Dropouts in America: Enough Is Known for Action.Washington, DC: Institute for Educational Leadership.

  4. Jucovy, L 1987. Recruitment: Maintaining Corpsmember Strength. Report of the Workshop, St. Croix, MN, October, 1986, Youth Corps Exchange Project 1986- 87 Workshops. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures.

  5. Lipsitz, J. 1984. Successful Schools for Young Adolescents. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.

  6. Piburn, M. and Baker, D. 1993. "If I Were the Teacher-A Qualitative Study of Attitudes Toward Science." Science Education 77 (4): 393-406.

  7. Public/Private Ventures. 1989. The Consumers' Perspective: At-risk Youth Talk about Programs. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures.

  8. Roth, W. and Roychoudhury, A. 1993. The Development of Science Process Skills in Authentic Contexts." Journal of Research in Science Education 30 (2): 137-152.

  9. Walker, G. and Vilella-Velez, F. 1992. Anatomy of a Demonstration: The Summer Training and Education Program (STEP) from Pilot through Replication and Postprogram Impacts. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures.