Middle Level Learning: Compendium of Research and Best Practice
by Jesse Senechal, Ph.D. and JK Stringer (Summer 2014).
This was a project evaluated by MERC and a report published by MERC for Bridging Richmond. This paper is designed to serve as a resource for practitioners, administrators, policy makers, and community members from the Richmond area who are interested in developing a better understanding of history and core themes of middle level learning space and grounding their work and decision-making in the national research and literature on best practice for middle level learning. This paper is divided into three main sections, 1)The Middle Level Model; 2) Research and on the Middle Level Model; and 3) Comprehensive School Reform at the Middle Level.