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Patricia Ruggiano Schmidt - 2005 - 16 pages
|CHAPTER 4 ACTIVITIES TO EMPOWER PARENTS AS COLLABORATORS IN |
THEIR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION Amanda Fenlon Assistant Pro fessor—SUN Y
Oswego "Education is too important to be left solely to the educators. " —Francis
|Some of the interest comes too from the higher expectations society has of its |
educational system. The past two decades have seen a rise in the belief that
education is too important to be left solely to the educators. The contemporary ...
|If you are a consultant, management specialist, educational technologist, or other |
professional working to improve our current approach to ... In the same way that
war is too important to be left solely to the generals, governing solely to the
politicians, business solely to the ... The generals, politicians, managers,
physicians, and educators are constantly tempted to run the enterprise for
themselves instead ...
|... reminded us that “war is too important to be left to the generals”, so education |
is too important to be left to the educators. By assigning this responsibility to
educators who believe in stressing the importance of this populist worldview, we
further dilute ... They believe that, if only we could raise income levels, we surely
|Under the Vocational Education Act of 1963, it was made mandatory for every |
vocational program with any ... that the field of manpower training and
employment is much too important to be left solely in the hands of vocational
|Like matters of national defence which are too important to be left to the armed |
services, education is too central to the well-being of individuals, institutions and
the state to be left solely to professional educators. With such a broadly based ...
|puzzled by, disappointed in, or simply curious about educational reform and why |
it is at the top of the societal agenda. Who's Teaching Your ... The only time I have
depressive ... Education and its reform are too important to be left to the
educators, who, like generals, it must be said, will have to play a very important
Douglas E. Mitchell, Robert L. Crowson, Dorothy Shipps - 2011 - 328 pages
|Only after the Second World War, as the cold war raised concern with academic |
effectiveness and the civil rights ... Education became too important to be left to
educators as political actors at all levels began to focus on the larger civic and ...
Suzanne Wegener Soled - 1995 - 332 pages
|Tests are administered to admit students into teacher education programs, for |
initial teacher certification, and in a few states for recertification and merit pay. ...
Educators must learn about the legal provisions and judgments that affect
competence testing practices. ... have become our nation's cradle-to-grave arbiter
of social mobility, [and that] these exams are far too important to be left to the sole
control of ...