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This addendum to the Michigan 2007-2008 Freedom to Learn Evaluation Report highlights information recently obtained in a study of 1648 teachers and principals at 65 Tennessee schools.

Although this study’s original purpose was to investigate hypotheses concerning the impact of discrepancies in leader-follower perceptions on desired school outcomes, its results offer not only additional “construct validity” evidence for the Leadership Effectiveness Assessment Device (LEAD) but also an external frame of reference that enables the responses of FTL Lead and Classroom Teachers to the LEAD to be better understood.

This report summarizes the 2007-2008 evaluation results of a leadership survey given to Michigan Freedom to Learn (FTL) program teachers. The major goal of the FTL program was to improve student learning and achievement in Michigan schools through the integration of 21st Century technology tools with teaching and learning in K-12 classrooms. A key component of FTL was a rigorous and comprehensive evaluation study designed to gauge the impacts of the program relative to its primary goals.

Evaluation of Michigan’s Freedom to Learn Program

This report summarizes the 2004-2005 evaluation study of the Michigan Freedom to Learn (FTL) program

This report summarizes the 2005-2006 evaluation results of the Michigan Freedom to Learn (FTL) program.

This report summarizes the 2006-2007 evaluation results of the Michigan Freedom to Learn (FTL) program

This paper summarizes the 2007-2008 evaluation results of the leadership survey distributed the to Michigan Freedom to Learn (FTL) program teachers, in their effort to improve student learning and achievement in Michigan schools through the integration of laptop computers with teaching and learning in K-12 classrooms.

Anytime, Anywhere Learning - Final evaluation report of the laptop program: Year 3 12/1/2003