Success for All
Success for All (SFA) refers to standards-based Comprehensive School Reform curricula for early childhood through middle school, produced by the nonprofit organization Success for All Foundation (SFAF). Psychologist Robert Slavin of Johns Hopkins University founded SFAF along with his wife, Nancy Madden.
The Success for All program was critiqued in Jonathan Kozol's book, The Shame of the Nation, as excessively dogmatic, utilitarian, and authoritarian. The Success for All program was also criticized in Kenneth Saltman's book, The Edison Schools, for undermining teacher autonomy, misrepresenting history and culture, and promoting a politicized conservative curriculum agenda under the guise of disinterested objectivity.
- McNeil, Michele (4 August 2010). "49 Applicants Win i3 Grants". Education Week. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
- "W. K. Kellogg Foundation Increased the Number of Children Who Are Reading Proficient by Third Grade for Young Students in Detroit". Success for All Foundation. Retrieved 17 March 2017.
- Slavin, R.E., Madden, N.A., Dolan, L.J., Wasik, B.A., Ross, S., Smith, L., & Dianda, M. (1996). Success for All: A summary of research. Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk, 1(1), 41-76. doi:10.1207/s15327671espr0101_6
- "Success for All: Unified curriculum drives Ohio district", Barbara Kantrowitz, MSNBC, September 23, 2012
- Video: Poorest children among highest performers at Ohio school, MSNBC, aired September 24, 2012
- "PBS Success For All". Retrieved 2 Oct 2012.
- Success for All Foundation
- Consumer Guide: Success for All, August 1993, Office of Research, Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education
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