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School Surveys School Finance Educational Innovations

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ISBN : OSU:32435004823142
Genre : Education
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Current Topics In Education

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924065163606
Genre : Educational innovations
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Research In Education

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ISBN : UCSC:32106020979586
Genre : Education
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Resources In Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015023534285
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What State Legislators Think About School Finance

Author : James C. Falcon
ISBN : UOM:39015009041354
Genre : Education
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What State Legislators Think About School Finance

Author : United States President of the United States
ISBN : STANFORD:36105130083244
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Life In Schools And Classrooms

Author : Rupert Maclean
ISBN : 9789811036545
Genre : Education
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This book discusses key aspects of life in schools and classrooms, and surveys the changes that have occurred over the years in educational research, policy making and practice in these school and classroom settings. It not only examines cutting-edge research in these areas, but also showcases good practices in the field. Among the topics reviewed are recent developments in assessment, methods for collecting and analysing data on classroom practice, school leadership and the pros and cons of class size and small-class teaching; topics which are currently hotly debated in education systems around the globe. As such, the book objectively examines the various debates, and surveys the full range of evidence available. Education researchers, policy makers and practitioners often hold differing views about the reasons for teacher and student behaviour in classrooms and, for example, its relevance to class size. Many of these views are based on ‘gut feelings’ rather than hard evidence. Unfortunately, these three groups, with differing perspectives, often ‘talk past each other’ rather than engage in a productive, mutually beneficial dialogue. The book builds an effective bridge between researchers, policy makers and practitioners regarding the impact of these various aspects of classroom life, so that the viewpoints of each can be carefully considered and evaluated.

Change In Schools

Author : Gene E. Hall
ISBN : 0887063470
Genre : Education
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In 11 chapters, this book has been organized around the Concerns Based Adoption Model (CBAM), a sophisticated way to understand the change process and how participants experience it. This model provides ways for practitioners and policymakers to label change process phenomena, to take positive action in facilitating change, and to predict effects. Chapters 1 and 2 provide an overview of CBAM and reviews literature on leadership for change. Chapters 3 and 4 concentrate on teacher perceptions of change and levels of innovation. Chapters 5, 6, and 7 discuss innovation configurations, incident interventions, and an intervention taxonomy. Chapters 8 and 9 classify and review change facilitators. Finally, chapters 10 and 11 evaluate CBAM via a case study and consider additional theory, practice, and research. (JAM)

Market Education

Author : Andrew J. Coulson
ISBN : 1412828082
Genre : Education
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In Market Education: The Unknown History, Andrew J. Coulson explores the educational problems facing parents and shows how these problems can best be addressed. He begins with a discussion of what people want from their school systems, tracing their views of the kinds of knowledge, skills, and values education should impart, and their concerns about discipline, drugs, and violence in schools. Using this survey of goals and attitudes as a guide, Coulson sets out to compare the school systems of civilizations both ancient and modern, seeking to determine which systems achieved the aims of parents and the public at large and which did not. Drawing on the historical evidence of how these various systems operated, Coulson concludes that free educational markets have consistently done a better job of serving the public's needs than state-run school systems have.

Australian Thesaurus Of Education Descriptors

Author : Geoffrey B. Lavender
ISBN : UIUC:30112041835080
Genre : Education
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This core thesaurus of terms suitable for indexing Australian educational literature was developed by the Australian Council for Educational Research by means of a systematic and thorough revision of the "Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors." Based on the actual terminology of education in Australia, this thesaurus includes: key words and phrases used by indexers as subject headings, or "descriptors," in information retrieval systems; an alphabetical display of all subject index terms (headings); extensive scope notes to clarify meaning and usage of terms; and a full introduction and comprehensive explanatory chapters. Introductory materials include sections on thesaurus development, vocabulary maintenance, the Australian Education Index database, information retrieval search aids, guidelines for indexing, structure and format of the thesaurus, and descriptor groups. (THC)

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