Harlem Children Zones

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This paper will be critically analyze the Harlem Children zones through the lens of the ARPP model and through the action characteristics of action research , the second focus will be to analysis the question of ARPP multimedia and lastly consider ways in which being a cooperative project between local government and educational affected the planning process.
The first three stages of the Action Research Paradigm Protocol (ARPP).The first step is to diagnose the problem by defining the central issues by examining and analyzing the situation. Framing the problem is to clearly define the boundaries and context for the problem or issue at hand. The central issues will be focusing on the problematic area that speaks to causes rather than symptoms.
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The Harlem Children Zone is an organization's mission is to create a positive opportunity and outcome for all children living in the Harlem zone. It is imperative that parents are receiving help from the organization through the stakeholders to create a safe and learning environment. The Harlem children's zone is an organization that focus on children aged 0 to 18 mos'. With a particular concentration. The (HCZ) assessments consist of the first three years to design and pilot an evaluation system for the outcome of the (HCZ). The data that were provided through the assessments included demographic data, participant’s surveys, and participant information that was also collected for administrative purpose (Grossman, & Curren, ). Baby College was a parallel research project that examine long-term difference that the program has made in families life. This was a an action research that continues to have participants to be a part of the group but, also allowing them to invoice their opinion and look at issues, present data and analyze what can be done better to accommodate the group. One of the first measurement and evaluation was …show more content…
The collection of committed to design a comprehensive measurement and evaluation system that will provide a timely management tool as the system grew. The organization's goal was to collect demographic data, participation surveys, school attendance and academic performance. This system of tracking data to assess the students’ performance also track the participants who lived in the zone and their frequency of visits to and HCZ program. Canada stated that by using this assessment was to find out if there was a positive impact and how can HCZ improve the organization (Grossman, A., & Curren, D.) The third desired future is to explain the organizational dynamics in the (HCZ) using information from the system literature. The dynamics in the HCZ system literature were used to keep track of the student’s effort and implement new ideas to help students become more effective academies. Meetings where met to help directors to implement detail information for students to be successful in math and reading. According, to the directors they collected and recorded reading and math of each student they could measure progress over time. Electronic scanner where disturbed for tracking each participant who attended or