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Jason, references listed above are cited in the text, but are not listed in the references. Please add the correct the citations and add them to the reference list. Please do not delete the citations from the text, as per my editor. 1. Critical Examination of Candidates Diversity Competence Scale 2…
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Download file to see previous pages 8. Plessey v. Ferguson in 1898, Brown v. The Kansas Board of Education of 1954, and the Education Act of 1964 **Also, please correct the name in this reference: Daily, F. M., & Phillips, Jr. (2010). Phenomena and methodology of studying social structures in the classroom. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc., I’ve attached Chapter 5 and the reference list you revised and sent back to me for your reference. Please make corrections to this portion only, and send this back to me by Monday. CHAPTER 5. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Introduction The purpose of this research study utilizing a qualitative research method was to add to the body of knowledge on effectively reaching out to minority students in this school district by examining the teacher performance review process in order to determine how educators can better demonstrate their own cultural competency. Chapter 4 presented the information gathered from the qualitative study and provided a record of the data and data analysis. This chapter delves into the data analysis provided in the answers to the research questions, unforeseen findings and limitations to the study, implications and recommendations, and the significance to educational leadership. This study consisted of contacting 20 research subjects in various communities throughout this urban area. These subjects were involved in education in the state as an administrator, educator, or parent. Each participant had anywhere from two to twenty-two years of experience in the field and they had some knowledge of programs designed to more effectively instruct and motivate underrepresented students to excel academically. Questions in the survey were open-ended and solicited detailed qualitative feedback in order to get different perspectives from each participant. A qualitative research design was utilized in order to gain some valuable insight about this problem facing the urban school district that formed the foundation for this study. Each research participant was able to answer the twenty questions contained in the survey in an environment of their choosing and at their own pace. This invited participants to take time to reflect on their responses and to provide thoughtful and valuable suggestions designed to assist this study. Research subjects were able to answer the survey questionnaires on-line, thereby simplifying their involvement and encouraging a high response rate. The research subjects were found to be excited about the schools they were involved with and they demonstrated this by providing great insight about possible solutions to low academic achievement levels currently being exhibited by minority students throughout the city. They further showed their desire to be a part of this study by taking it seriously and returning the questionnaires in a timely manner. All twenty questions on the survey solicited qualitative feedback. The response rate was a phenomenal 100%, with only one member needing to be contacted to complete their survey. With the exception of one question, all participants answered all questions. All 20 of the members involved in this study expressed that were looking forward to the conclusions reached from this study and were thankful that they could be involved at this level. Summary of Results There is little denying the reality that the student body in America is growing increasingly diverse. As represented through current ...Download file to see next pagesRead More
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