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With the Whole Child in Mind: Insights from the Comer School Development Program

With the Whole Child in Mind: Insights from the Comer School Development Program

Among the many models of school reform, the School Development Program (SDP), established in 1968 by renowned child psychiatrist James P. Comer is grounded in the belief that successful schooling—particularly for children from disadvantaged backgrounds—must focus on the whole child. In With the Whole Child in Mind, Linda Darling-Hammond and her colleagues describe the SDP’s six developmental pathways and explain how the program’s nine key components create a comprehensive approach to educating children to successfully transform severely underperforming schools into models of excellence.
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Among the many models of school reform that have emerged in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, one has endured for more than 50 years: the School Development Program (SDP). Established in 1968 by renowned child psychiatrist James P. Comer and the Yale Child Study Center, the SDP is grounded in...

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