leaders and members saw no conflict between the goals of collective bargaining
and school reform . In fact , they were willing to bend the rules and amend
bargaining agreements in order to allow reforms to proceed . Our judgment that ...
Author: Jerome M. Rosow
Publisher: Jossey-Bass Incorporated Pub
Organized in two parts: the first part presents the results of a two-year policy study by the Work in America Institute and a series of 21 recommendations; the second part consists of 11 case studies of schools and school districts that exemplify successful educational reform in the US. Annotation c
Allies in Educational Reform fills a gap in school improvement literature and
points the way for those pursuing dynamic change in our educational system Allies in Educational Reform By Jerome M. Rosow and Robert Zager Jossey -
School / business collaborations can awaken concerns about public education
and add an important dimension of legitimacy and urgency to educational reform
, but they cannot bear the burden of such reform alone . Third , school / business
Alliance Organizing Project for Education Reform , Philadelphia , Pa . Alliance
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Author: Educational Research Service (Arlington, Va.)Publish On: 1988
TeacherValid and durable educational reforms are impossible without the
Administrator willing involvement of teachers and their unions , states Allies in Educational Reform , written by Jerome M . Rosow and Robert Cooperation
Author: Educational Research Service (Arlington, Va.)
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on American Republics AffairsPublish On: 1968
Seminars for university students and other youth leaders on democracy , mass
communications , economics , and educational reform in Venezuela , Brazil ,
Argentina , Chile and other countries . 5 . Seventy - one educational travel groups
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on American Republics Affairs
CHAPTER TEN Students , Parents , and Community In discussing the forces that
prompted educational change in Canada , Barlow and Robertson ( 1994 : 137 )
suggest that ' the “ conservative alliance ” has always comprised strange ...
Author: Alison Taylor
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
A case study of educational restructuring in Alberta during the 'Klein revolution' - the period of dramatic political and economic change introduced by Premier Ralph Klein's Conservative government of the 1990s.
Author: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Children, Youth, and FamiliesPublish On: 1988
( 1 ) Unity of Purpose-- Most schools treat parents of educationally disadvantaged
students as obstacles rather than allies . It is common to hear that the parents
lack resources and are not supportive of their childrens ' schools or education .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families
RESEARCH Tedcher Involvement Seen As Key to School Reforms A newly
published study by Work in America Institute ... handwringing, but shockingly little
action, a victim of malign neglect," declares the study, Allies in Educational Reform.
Author: United States Congress StaffPublish On: 2002-12
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Author: United States Congress Staff
Publisher: Office of the Law Revision Counsel
Category: Political Science
The 2000 edition of the United States Code represents the 75th anniversary of the Code. It is the 13th edition of the Code. This edition is a consolidation and codification of the general and permanent laws of the United States in force on January 1, 2001. It incorporates the legislation enacted subsequent to the 1994 edition and up to the end of the 106th Congress. It may be cited as “U.S.C. 2000 ed.”
decided that the best way to influence schools is to work directly with them.137
For their part , reform - minded school leaders have agreed to these partnerships
because business makes a powerful ally in getting the investment necessary to ...
BREAD & ROSES Labor - Management Allies in Education As the problems
mount in urban public schools , the need for educational reform has become
more urgent than ever before . But reform won ' t work in schools where a top -
While school reform aims at localizing participation to municipal levels , the
symbolic legitimacy granted to native ... has a history of strategic alliance with the
rural teachers ' union ( CONMERB ) , Andean responses to education reform
Author: Bartholomew Dean
Publisher: Harvard Univ David Rockefeller
Category: Social Science
The indigenous people of the hemisphere have resisted a five-hundred-year assault, fighting to maintain their cultural identities. During this time, authorities in the Americas have insisted that the toleration of indigenous societies and cultures would undermine their respective states. In recent years, however, the nations of the Americas have started to reverse themselves. They are altering their constitutions and proclaiming themselves multiethnic. Why is this happening now? The Politics of Ethnicity: Indigenous Peoples in Latin American States, edited by David Maybury-Lewis, helps us understand the reasons and history behind these times of transition. The book provides a valuable overview of current problems facing indigenous peoples in their relation with national states in Latin America, from the highlands of Mexico to the jungles of Brazil. The traditional, sometimes centuries old, relations between states and indigenous peoples are now changing and being rediscussed. The collection, authored by U.S. and Latin American anthropologists using interdisciplinary approaches, enables the reader to understand these recent developments in a comparative framework. An ambitious and quite thorough collection, it is brought together skillfully by one of the discipline's maître penseurs.
The overriding goal was to root out the educational influences of prewar Japan
which had fostered militarism and ultranationalism, ... And like the police reform,
the imported system of elective local school boards was overturned soon after the
56 Rural reformers , such as Yan Yangchu ( James Yen ) , tailored education to
peasant needs while foreign - trained educators such as Hu Shi and Tao Xingzhi
promoted ... Bastid , Educational Reform in Early Twentieth Century China . 57 .
Author: Michael G. Murdock
Publisher: Cornell East Asia
This study provides a striking new explanation of how China's Nationalist Party (GMD) defeated its rivals in the revolution of 1922-1929 and helped bring some degree of unification to a country torn by class, regional, and ideological interests. Disarming the Allies of Imperialism argues that inconsistency--more than culture, ideology, or any other factor--gave nationalism its unique edge. Revolutionary leaders manipulated revolutionaries and non-revolutionaries alike to advantage their own positions and seize national power, sometimes seeking to protect foreign lives and property and shield Chinese merchants from agitative disruptions, sometimes voting to do the opposite. Exploiting the symbiotic yet contradictory relationship between state-building, which sought foreign ties and international recognition; and low-level agitators committed to confrontational anti-imperialist objectives, top Guomindang leaders were able to manipulate political circumstances to their own benefit. For example, party leaders stirred up anti-Christian sentiment, pitting popular forces against mission schools, while simultaneously intervening to rescue these same schools from agitative destruction, thus "helping" missionaries to soften their attitudes toward the revolution and eventually embrace the new order. Scholars of modern Chinese history and anyone familiar with the growing literature on nationalism will appreciate this work for its elucidation of a complex historical snarl, while undergraduates and scholars outside the China field will find this a useful and accessible study as well.
The 1946 U.S. Education Mission Gary Hoichi Tsuchimochi. In reality, however,
ruling by division created complications. It was hard to arrive at a consensus
among the representatives within the Allied Control Council. For instance, G. F.
11 Educational Reform and Rehabilitation The ultimate success attained by the Allies ' reform policies and techniques was inextricably bound to the
reorganization of Japan's educational system . The effectuation of permanent
reform would ...
The “ positive ” contributions of this alliance in education policy making may be
relatively small , but its reactive and negative role has been quite substantial .
Case Study : The “ Third Educational Reform " I have chosen a case involving the