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Abdal-Haqq, I. (1996). Making time for teacher professional development. ERIC Clearinghouse.

National Commission on Time and Learning. (1994) Prisoners of time. Washington, DC.

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Purnell, S., & Hill, P. (1992). Time for reform. Santa Monica, CA: RAND.

Raywid, M.A. (1993). Finding time for collaboration. Educational Leadership, 5(1).

Richardson, J. (1997). Smart use of time and money. Journal of Staff Development, 18(1), Winter.

Rothman, R. (2001). How teacher unions are working with districts to improve schools. The Journal of the Annenberg Challenge, 5(1).

Tanner, B., Canady, R., & Rettig, M. (1995). Scheduling time to maximize staff development Opportunities. Journal of Staff Development, 16(4), Fall.

Teachers take charge of their learning: Transforming professional development for student success. (1996) Washington, DC: National Foundation for Innovation in Education.

NFIE Publications
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West Haven, CT 06516

Time: Squeeze, carve, apply, target, use, arrange, for adult learning. (1999). Journal of Staff Development, 20(2), Spring.

Watts, G.D., & Castle, S. (1993) The time dilemma in school restructuring. Phi Delta Kappan, 75(1), December.