PERSONS INVOLVED


Ben A. Birdsell - As founder of the Association For Effective Schools, Inc., established in 1989 as a non-profit organization devoted to implementing Effective Schools Research, he continues to serve as its President. Through his leadership, the Association for Effective Schools, Inc. has developed and provides many highly valued programs, services and affiliations in support of schools striving to improve education and demonstrate the fact that "all children can learn". He also serves as a consultant to state departments of education, educational agencies, districts and schools across the United States and in Canada and Europe.

Ben Birdsell has extensive experience as presenter, trainer, facilitator and advisor on all facets of Effective Schools Research and processes. Over the last eleven years he has devoted much of his time to schools in Kentucky and New York, using the More Effective Schools Process as the means to successfully implement their statewide reforms and improve student achievement. His professional affiliations include Phi Delta Kappa, ASCD, AERA and the International Congress for School Effectiveness and School Improvement. Ben is always willing to share his knowledge, skills, methods and ideas in support of others who are committed to the improvement of education.


Dr. Robert E. Sudlow - As Assistant Superintendent for Instruction in the Spencerport Central School District from 1973 until his retirement in 1991, he was Director of their More Effective Schools/Teaching Project, the origin of the More Effective Schools Process. Currently he is a consultant to school systems implementing the More Effective Schools Process and a presenter at many national and state effective schools conferences.

He is a contributing author to the Effective Schools Research Abstracts and has published a number of articles dealing with effective schools. He was a member of the Editorial Board of the Effective Schools Report. His professional affiliations include Phi Delta Kappa, ASCD, AERA and the International Congress for School Effectiveness and School Improvement.


PROCESS FOR CREATING MORE EFFECTIVE SCHOOLS.

An Overview
Board, District, School and Classroom Components
Detailed Description
Implementaton of Standards

PERSONS INVOLVED.

IT'S WORKING FOR OTHERS! (Testimonials)

MORE EFFECTIVE SCHOOLS (MES) PROCESS IS WINNING AWARDS.
(Validation Credentials)

 


Copyright © 1996 Association for Effective Schools, Inc. All rights reserved.
Please report problems to
terry@mes.org