Graduate Project Title
Royal High School's Self Study as a Mechanism for School Improvement
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
David N. Shorr
Third Committee Member
Fourth Committee Member
During the 2002 - 2002 school year Royal High School began the Self Study process for the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. I served as a Co-Chair for the Self - Study. Successful completion of the Self Study will allow Royal High School to retain its accreditation. The results of the work of 5 committees which met over a fifteen month period will provide Royal High School with a plan for improvement. This plan will allow the staff at Royal High School to better meet the educational needs of our students. Included in this report are the findings and final report of the first 3 committees.
Follett, Richard E., "Royal High School's Self Study as a Mechanism for School Improvement" (2002). All Graduate Projects. 738.
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