• Government Salary Pay Teachers Second
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    As we can see, most states spend just over $5, 000 per pes on and NY is spending about 8 500 pe person. New York is spending a great amount compared to most of the states except new Jersey. (l able new York) Again we see New York as the second largest spending state in the box plot of Dollars per Pupil. To the right is a box plot of the population in 1, 000's. Even though New Jersey is the top spender per person in the long run New york still spends more then NJ in general be causeNYhas about 1...
  • Teacher Salary College Graduates
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    Raising teacher salaries will be necessary to stem a serious teacher shortage caused in large part by a red-hot job market offering lucrative salaries to college graduates, the American Federation of Teachers said today in releasing its 1997-98 teacher salary survey. 'To attract college graduates to teaching, salaries must keep pace with other professions that are luring people away from the classroom. Teaching is enormously gratifying, and many more would make it their career choice if they fel...
  • Body Language Students Teachers Alert
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    What is Body Language? Definition: Body Language is communication through gestures or attitudes. Why is it important for teachers to know and use? Most people remember more of what they see than what they hear. We retain vivid images of facial expressions and body behavior. Body language usually dose not lie. We can build trust with our students by showing them that our actions will be in sync with our words. Alert teachers watch their students' movements, actions, and emotions and use what the...
  • Great Depression Teachers School Education
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    During the Great Depression receiving an education was becoming more and more difficult for southerners. From not being able to afford the required supplies needed, to not being able to pay the tut ions, many people found it nearly impossible to attend school. The novel, To Kill A Mockingbird written by Harper Lee shows how the lack of education in society during the Great Depression affected Southerners lives, not allowing them to change their futures for the better. The public school system ch...
  • Parents Teachers Conflicts Gibbs 2005
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    As we are introduced to the four key beliefs that form the framework for the MIT program here at City University, (Preparation, Practice, People, and Professionalism) I have chosen to focus first on People, since people are at the core of what we are seeking to become. Obviously there are areas of overlap in the four; like professionalism is going to include preparation, but people are at the heart of it; teachers, parents, children, and administrators working together for the common goal of edu...
  • Private Schools Vs Public Schools
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    Would you change your school? Would you go to a private school instead of a public school? Or to a public school instead of a private school? Private and public education is different in many ways such as their performance, enrollment, and the overall education taught but yet they have somewhat similar teachers. Students' performance in public and private schools differ a lot. Private schools often have better grades and test scores. It is proven that kids who go to a public school and attend a ...
  • Teachers Students Classroom Teamwork
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    Teachers of the 21 st century, like those of the past, are not only teachers of subjects such as math, English, or science. Teachers are role models, confidants, and continual learners. To prepare our students for their future, we must also teach many more basic concepts. One of the greatest challenges of preparing students will be teaching them to express their opinions and beliefs without the fear that they will be scorned. If a student is allowed to express their own multicultural views, they...
  • Identifying Communication Disorders In Students
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    Identifying Communication Disorders in Students Identifying Communication Disorders in Students This assignment will target an audience of professionals in the field of Childhood Education such as teachers, administrators and aides, as well as those in the field of Communication Sciences and Disorders. In addition, the audience includes scholars and readers of the journal Intervention in School & Clinic: an "Interdisciplinary journal directed to those who deal with the day-to-day aspects of spec...
  • Private School Schools Public Child
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    Pierre Talley Geen 110-2210-4-04 Public/ Private Parents these days try to find the best school for their child's needs. Some parents can't choose between public and public schools, because of their differences. Public and private schools have a lot of difference like cost, admissions, teachers, students, and special needs. Public schools don't have tuition as all people know. State, Federal, and local taxes fund public schools. So when you pay taxes, you are paying for child's education. Also ...
  • Class Size Reducing Teachers Smaller
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    In 1998, President Clinton sparked a debate when he "proposed the first national effort to reduce class size in the early grades." People who supported this proposal argued that the result of smaller classes (especially in the younger grades) would be more effective teaching and learning and higher student achievement. Critics say reducing class size is costly and that decreasing class size does not mean that teacher effectiveness will improve, and other less expensive alternatives could be used...
  • Arm Teachers To Stop School Violence
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    Arm Teachers to Stop School Shootings How often do we open the newspaper or turn on the television and see there has been another school shooting It seems as though it is happening more and more everyday. Violence in schools seems to be on the rise. And now we are faced with the possibility of weapons willingly going into our schools to "protect our children." It is asked should we arm teachers to stop school shootings I do not believe Arming teachers is a good idea. Teachers should not bring an...
  • The Teaching Profession School House
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    Being a Teacher Although teaching, from the outside looking in, appears simpler than it actually is, there are many challenges a teacher faces throughout his or her career. Despite these difficulties, there are also many rewards. As I consider this field for my future career, I will discover some of the most important aspects, such as the beginnings of teaching, how the profession has evolved and where teaching is headed in the future. Also it is important to note the availability of jobs and ed...
  • Teacher Training Development Teachers Teaching Education
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    Man s fulfillment as a creature lies in his attainment of eternal happiness in heaven; he works towards this goal by developing himself to make him worthy of the glory and happiness in God s company. But what is development Development is the act by which a person or a thing s potentials and capabilities are brought to light and are actualized. It is the elusive goal on the horizon that beckons us to do better, to try harder, and to tread onwards, always. But regardless of how hard we struggle, ...
  • Morals Teachers Students Teach
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    Everybody has grown up around some extant morals, whether it is within their own household or it is taught to them at some other place, like school for instance. For decades now, there has been a gargantuan controversy over whether or not teachers should teach morals to students. Schools and teachers should not teach morals to their students for a number of reasons. Some of the reasons that schools and teachers should not teach the morals to kids because that is the right of the parents, everyon...
  • School Uniforms Teachers Kids Students
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    The paper I am writing about is on how the government can make school better. To be honest with you I think kids need to understand that school is not supposed to be fun. In a way I feel that if teachers make school completely boring for kids then theyll start to get bored with school and just forget about it. If students would just think about it, school is there for you to get an education not for you to be on a vacation. The teachers are there to teach. I think teachers should keep school in...
  • Educational System Students Teachers Canadian
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    East VS. West: The force-fed Taiwanese educational system vs. the free Canadian one "Ouch! ... 8... 9... Ouch!" an Asian student bawls as he receives 10 strikes for his failure of only achieving 90% for Math. Across the Pacific, a classroom full of laughter as the teacher announces that everyone has done a good job on his test: a B for everyone. What a contrast for the same age students! The Taiwanese educational system is cruel; the Canadian one, humane. The Taiwanese educational system and th...
  • Gender Inequality In High School
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    Gender inequality was once an issue in high school classrooms. However it does not seem to be a problem today. There have been studies that show boys get more attention, but from personal experience I have not noticed that. In an attempt to end this discrimination Congress passed Title IX in 1972. This was a set of amendments that stated "no person in the US shall, on the basis of sex be excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any progra...
  • School Problem Schools Teachers Students
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    The Cause and Solutions of America's Educational Woes Schools were once a place where people can get an education without any fears. Schools were once safe and teachers were ecstatic to teach. In today's society, schools have become a place of violence. Teachers have given up on students and don't care about the teaching anymore. The government has tried to help the school system by feeding them money. The money some how does not help the school in the ways that the government thinks it will. T...
  • Writing In The Curriculum
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    Reminecing back to when I was in high school I was terrified of writing. I probably could say that I continue to feel that way at times. Teachers usually think of themselves first as teachers and not at all as coaches, at least not when I was in school. As I read the topic of "Teacher as Coach" I thought that if my school teachers had that mentality I probably would look at writing in a more positive manner. Most often than usual, we would turn in our writing assignments and when they were retur...
  • The Failure Of American Public Schools A Quantitative Approach
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    Introduction and Purpose Statement Is the quality of teachers holding firm in the twenty-first century? For decades now the public school system is failing our children and I wonder who is at fault? The United States is falling behind in the international education market. The level of education received is lagging behind in all grades (K-12). The academic standards that the United States prides on is horrible and a solution can be maintained through reform. With the growing diversity in America...