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Educating All Students Together

Author : Leonard C. Burrello
ISBN : 0761976981
Genre : Education
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The authors establish a plan for unifying the separate and parallel systems of special and general education.
Category: Education

Educating All Children

Author : Joel E. Cohen
ISBN : 9780262033671
Genre : Business & Economics
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Experts illuminate the challenges of achieving universal basic and secondary education, discussing the importance and difficulties not only of expanding access to education and but also of improving the quality of education.
Category: Business & Economics

Educating All God S Children

Author : Nicole Baker Fulgham
ISBN : 9781441241375
Genre : Religion
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Children living in poverty have the same God-given potential as children in wealthier communities, but on average they achieve at significantly lower levels. Kids who both live in poverty and read below grade level by third grade are three times as likely not to graduate from high school as students who have never been poor. By the time children in low-income communities are in fourth grade, they're already three grade levels behind their peers in wealthier communities. More than half won't graduate from high school--and many that do graduate only perform at an eighth-grade level. Only one in ten will go on to graduate from college. These students have severely diminished opportunities for personal prosperity and professional success. It is clear that America's public schools do not provide a high quality public education for the sixteen million children growing up in poverty. Education expert Nicole Baker Fulgham explores what Christians can--and should--do to champion urgently needed reform and help improve our public schools. The book provides concrete action steps for working to ensure that all of God's children get the quality public education they deserve. It also features personal narratives from the author and other Christian public school teachers that demonstrate how the achievement gap in public education can be solved.
Category: Religion

Educating All

Author : Christopher McMaster
ISBN : 1433131137
Genre : Education
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This book contributes significantly to the conversation about inclusion as a critical component of school culture. Educating All recounts Christopher McMaster’s experience as a critical ethnographer in a school community, given the task of not only studying the institution’s culture, but of creating change as well. The school used a whole-school framework known as the Index for Inclusion, which addressed students identified as having «special» or learning needs. The outcome of this process was the realization that the faculty and the system were not adequately providing optimum services to «special needs» students. By incorporating the special needs unit into a larger department and by utilizing it as a teaching center rather than a classroom, the staff and school leadership were able to produce a better alignment of value and practice and to provide a re-interpretation of just what is meant by «mainstream».
Category: Education

Eas Educating All Students

Author : Certification Specialists
ISBN : 1977230008
Genre : Education
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The Educating All Students (EAS) exam is taken by all teachers who are becoming certified in New York State. Our materials will help teachers from all disciplines prepare for this challenging test with its many diverse topics. Practice questions, detailed answer explanations, samples of well-executed writing and a complete practice test are included.
Category: Education

Educating All

Author : Elizabeth Grugeon
ISBN : 0415036437
Genre : Children of minorities
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Category: Children of minorities

How To Educate For All Excellence

Author : Malick Kouyate
ISBN : 9781466989825
Genre : Education
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Inspiring and uplifting, Educating All for Excellence is a new and a better way of understanding education as the following: *A socializing process *An awakening process *A liberating process Do you truly want all the adolescents and young adults in your community and schools to learn more actively, more meaningfully, and more mindfully? If yes is your answer to this question, then Educating All for Excellence is for you. Educating All for Excellence is especially designed to help adolescents and young adults to strive to do the following: *Be more open and receptive to their two learning worlds *Strive for the knowledge and skills congruent to their innate talent *Awaken the positive side of the sleeping giant within everyone *Realign their learning to their calling *Identify what they want the most out of their life *Be focus on what they are the most good at *Match what they have to do to what they are called to do *Sing out loud their lifelong most favorite love song for the whole world to hear *Be the blessings to one another they are meant to be *Be more peaceful culture consumers *Be more mindful culture producers
Category: Education

Educating All The Handicapped

Author : National School Public Relations Association
ISBN : STANFORD:36105031832103
Genre : Children with disabilities
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Category: Children with disabilities

Ten Promising Programs For Educating All Children

Author : Rebecca Herman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020323635
Genre : Démocratisation de l'enseignement - États-Unis - Cas, Études de
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Category: Démocratisation de l'enseignement - États-Unis - Cas, Études de

Nystce Educating All Students Test Taking Strategies

Author : Jcm-Nystce Test Preparation Group
ISBN : 1647688876
Genre : Education
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***New 2020 Edition - The latest strategies to pass your exam.*** ***Free Online Email Tutoring Subscription*** This booklet does not contain any practice questions and content. This booklet is solely devoted to test taking strategies that can be applied to the NYSTCE Educating All Students exam. If you have done a lot of practice questions and content, this booklet will provide very useful techniques to passing the NYSTCE Educating All Students exam. If you are taking the exam for the first time, this booklet will be a huge asset to helping you study and pass your exam the first time. If you are really struggling to pass, this booklet can greatly support you to pass the NYSTCE Educating All Students exam. The booklet is devoted to teaching you how to take the NYSTCE Educating All Students exam along with providing effective strategies. The booklet covers the following: Study Strategies Test Taking Strategies Reducing Anxiety Strategies Guessing Strategies Strategies To Decide Between Two Answers Systematic Approach To Answering Questions Constructed Response Strategies The purpose of the booklet is to provide test taking strategies to use for the NYSTCE Educating All Students exam. The booklet contains over 85 strategies to achieve a passing score on the NYSTCE Educating All Students exam. All strategies included apply for the NYSTCE Educating All Students exam. Plus, as a bonus, you get a free online email tutoring subscription to support you in your journey to passing your exam.
Category: Education

Educating All Students In The Mainstream Of Regular Education

Author : Susan Bray Stainback
ISBN : UOM:39015014762317
Genre : Education
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... [This book] builds from a historical overview of educational integration and explores the rationale behind the movement toward a merger of regular and special education. Noted authorities advance this argument in well-structured chapters organized around key themes, including: educational equality in practice, strategies to promote merger, educational practices to meet diverse student needs, and family and community support. Case histories and boxed statements highlighting pertinent points are among the effective instructional aides in this textbook. A thought-provoking question-and-answer format also confronts 22 of the most commonly addressed concerns about merging regular and special education ...
Category: Education

Educating All Learners

Author : Festus E. Obiakor
ISBN : 0398072647
Genre : Education
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Educating Language Minority Children

Author : Rosalie Porter
ISBN : 9781351312226
Genre : Education
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READ Perspectives, a refereed annual publication of the Institute for Research in English Acquisition and Development (READ), Washington, D.C., begins its sixth year with the theme "Educating Language Minority Children: An Agenda for the Future." Volume 6 features presentations from a Boston University conference organized by READ and the Pioneer Institute. The essays represent truly diverse viewpoints on the education of limited-English students, rare in the complex and contentious arena of bilingual education. The lead article, "Rethinking Bilingual Education," by Charles L Glenn of Boston University, inspired the conference's organization. Dr. Glenn proposes new ways of schooling limited-English-speaking children that depart dramatically from the practices of the past 30 years. He proposes sound recommendations for revising Massachusetts bilingual education law, ideas that could well be applied in other states. Also included are Christine Rossell's "Mystery on the Bilingual Express," a critique of the controversial study by Thomas and Collier; Rosalie Pedalino Porter's follow-up review of El Paso, Texas's programs for English learners; Mark Lopez's "Labor Market Effects of Bilingual Education"; "Bethlehem, Pennsylvania's English Acquisition Program," by Thomas J. Dolusio; Maria Estela Brisk's discussion on the need to restructure schools to incorporate the large non-English student population; several articles regarding educational reform in Massachusetts, including two by school superintendents Eugene Creedon and Douglas Sears, and one by Harold Lane, Chairman of the Joint Education Committee in the Massachusetts Legislature; and, finally, Kevin Clark's "From Primary Language Instruction to English Immersion: How Five California Districts Made the Switch." Kevin Clark's California study "From Primary Language Instruction to English Immersion: How Five California Districts Made the Switch," describes how radical changes are being carried out in a few representative school districts since passage of California Proposition 227, the "English for the Children" initiative. Educating Language Minority Children is a valuable selection of the most current thinking on policies, programs, and practices affecting limited-English students in U.S. public schools. It provides a wealth of practical information useful to educators, parents, legislators, and policy analysts, and is an essential addition to libraries nationwide.
Category: Education

Educating One And All

Author : National Research Council
ISBN : 9780309057899
Genre : Education
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In the movement toward standards-based education, an important question stands out: How will this reform affect the 10% of school-aged children who have disabilities and thus qualify for special education? In Educating One and All, an expert committee addresses how to reconcile common learning for all students with individualized education for "one"--the unique student. The book makes recommendations to states and communities that have adopted standards-based reform and that seek policies and practices to make reform consistent with the requirements of special education. The committee explores the ideas, implementation issues, and legislative initiatives behind the tradition of special education for people with disabilities. It investigates the policy and practice implications of the current reform movement toward high educational standards for all students. Educating One and All examines the curricula and expected outcomes of standards-based education and the educational experience of students with disabilities--and identifies points of alignment between the two areas. The volume documents the diverse population of students with disabilities and their school experiences. Because approaches to assessment and accountability are key to standards-based reforms, the committee analyzes how assessment systems currently address students with disabilities, including testing accommodations. The book addresses legal and resource implications, as well as parental participation in children's education.
Category: Education

Educating Hearts And Minds

Author : Edward F. DeRoche
ISBN : 0761976906
Genre : Education
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Merge ideas from character education research with best practices in schools and districts. This second edtion provides an up-to-date and comprehensive framework.
Category: Education

Investing In All The People

Author : Lawrence H. Summers
ISBN : 0821323237
Genre : Education
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World Bank Technical Paper 244. This report on the experiences of several Pacific island nations indicates that in remote villages, solar photovoltaic (PV) technologies are supplying reliable power at costs lower than those of the more commonly used diesel systems. Although the supply of electricity to households is limited, PV does provide isolated peoples with access to light and to information through television and VCRs. The study shows that the success of these programs depends not only on the technology itself but on personnel training, good fee collection systems, and careful financial management. Where managerial and technical expertise was lacking, maintenance by local, cooperatively owned utilites proved to be the best option. The authors present a case study from Tuvalu, where the solar PV system exemplifies the program's effectiveness in serving remote areas. The successful Tuvalu Solar Electric Cooperative Society (TSECS), formed in 1984, has been maintained by a well-trained technical staff with local and visiting technicians. It has also benefited from fee collection through an outside agency that prevents diversion of funds to other projects, local user committees to communicate with the utility, and an exclusive focus on PV systems. Environmentally attractive at both the global and local levels, PV solar technology appears highly promising for small-scale applications in developing countries.
Category: Education

Population Studies And Development From Theory To Fieldwork

Author : Véronique Petit
ISBN : 9783319617749
Genre : Social Science
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This book addresses major population and development issues: fertility and reproductive health, migrations, gender, education, poverty and inequalities. To that aim it revisits and considerably enlarges Kingsley Davis’ 1963 theory of change and response, using interdisciplinary methodologies. On the basis of four decades of field research (1985-2015), it questions the rationality of the actors, how culture shapes socio-demographic behaviours, in a context of modernity and globalisation. More specifically, it casts new light on the interactions of individuals, families, networks and local communities with the State and its population policy.
Category: Social Science