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  • Reform Education
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    December 8, 2004 Education Reform Education reform means to make education better by removing faults and defects. True educators are always thinking of more effective ways to enhance and democratize the way children learn. With the continuous change of growing population, economics, culture, family, and global communication, there has to be continuous educational reforms to keep the society abreast with these changes. One of education's early reformers is John Dewey. Dewey operated and experimen...
  • Whole Issue Of Reforming Teacher Certification
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    Teacher Certification The whole issue of teacher certification is one of great importance and when discussed must be done in a delicate and thoughtful manner. The reason for this increasing importance is because the education of our nation's teachers is important to the creation of an ideal education system, which is one of the goals of our national government and State governments. Over the years the whole educational reform movement has become an increasingly 'hot' topic. Reforms in the admini...
  • Reforms In The Educational Systems Of America
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    American reform movements in the early to mid 1800's strived at improving our developing society. America was growing larger, and with the expanding population, many new ideas sprang up. Conflicting opinions between the people of the United States caused the emergence of an Age of Reform, where people tried to change things such as the educational system and women's rights. These movements were the result of our nation's self-determination and interest in improving the society we live in. Betwee...
  • Moral Reform
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    Domesticity in 19th Century White Middle Class America Nichole Dillinger 3/6/2000 History 383 Spring 2000 The nineteenth century marked a turning point for women in the United States. As men took work outside of the home women were left to cultivate a place that could serve as a haven from the harsh outside world. This change created a domestic sphere ru d by women; it paramount ed from simple household organization to matters involving moral and religious responsibility, health, education, and ...
  • Reform Movements In Education
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    The American people from 1820 to 1860 found themselves living in an era of transition and instability. The society they lived in was changing and traditional views and values were being challenged. The response to this period of uncertainty was a movement towards reform and an ever increasing desire for order and control amongst the people. The largest driving force for reform was the nation's commitment to progress and development and other vehicles of reform included burgeoning religious sects...
  • Education Reform
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    the organization into which it is placed; and that the failures of technology to alter the look-and-feel of schools frequently result from a mismatch between the values of school organization and those values that are embedded within the contested technology itself."Creating Learning Communities: Practical, Universal Networking for Learning in Schools and Homes" A McArthur Foundation Report that contains 100's of school networking tips gleaned from 670 references, contains over 100 URL's relevan...
  • Goal For Educational Reform Interviewee 1 What
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    EDUCATIONAL REFORMS (Standards, Test, and Accountability; Charter Schools; School Choice; and Teacher Quality) By TCP Paper Submitted As A Requirement for ECI 301-Foundations of Education Old Dominion University Mr. D. Allen Summer 2002 July 18, 2002 Throughout the class and lectures as a whole, we have discusses many innovative proposals to the reform of the educational system, primarily elementary and secondary schools. Many efforts are being made to improve the professionalism of teachers, mo...

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