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    develop peer helping program

    Suppose you are a counselor working in a middle school attended by a high number of new students from military families. In the cafeteria during lunch, you observe tension between the new students and students whose parents have permanent ties to the community. Some of the new students are isolating themselves by eating alone. Y

    Transitions in school are briefly advised.

    Name two specific strategies for easing a transition from middle school to high school, K12 to postsecondary education, or for a special needs adult starting a new job.

    Separation of church and state in schools?

    Address the current church/state debate in schools. Defend your rationale. The debate about the separation of church and state in schools has been Expertly answered, detailed answer to this question!

    Entry essay into a christian high school

    Please help with the following problem. I need an essay to help my niece in Vietnam to be admitted to a ninth grade at a Christian high school in the United States. The essay should express the reasons she wants to study at that school in terms of her interests (she is interested in the academic curriculum of the school as w

    THE ASCA National Model is assessed.

    Describe generl experience as a high school student with your school counselors. You are encouraged to include and specific experiences that may be relevant; but if so, be sure not to use the names of individuals or specific schools. Briefly assess whether and how the major tenets of the ASCA National Model were and were not

    Define adequate progress according to the courts.

    What is the definition of adequate progress according to the courts? How does your district address adequate progress? Compare and contrast how your district addresses adequate progress and how the courts have defined adequate progress.

    Schools' Responsibility to Protect Student Rights

    The fourth Amendment to the Constitution safeguards citizens from intrusive searches by the government. This includes protecting students in public schools from being searched unreasonably, since school officials are considered government officials for Fourth Amendment purposes. This ruling can make it very difficult for schools

    History and Education

    What impact has history had on education? What influences are still impacting education today? What time period or historical educational movement do you believe still impacts schools today. Explain why.

    What are the objectives of education for individuals and the nation?

    After reading Paul Gagnon's (1995) article "What Should Children Learn" and my own experiences, I believe the objectives of education are to make the nation more economically competitive and prosperous. Having graduated high school from a public school without attaining the knowledge of subjects like chemistry or any foreign lan

    What are its advantages and disadvantages of high stakes testing for students with LD? How does one address the assessment of students with learning disabilities with regard to the requirements of district and state testing for promotion and graduation?

    Explain high-stakes testing and the rationales of its supporters and opponents. What are its advantages and disadvantages for students with LD? How does one address the assessment of students with learning disabilities with regard to the requirements of district and state testing for promotion and graduation?

    The Importance of Mainstreaming In Today's Public Schools

    Question: What is the impact of philosophy, history, litigation, or legislation on the understanding of learning disabilities (LD), its definition, identification practices, and prevalence? Use specific examples to illustrate your point.

    High Stakes Testing

    What high - stakes testing is administered in your local school district or your state? Related issues surrounding the test and ethical issues. What do you consider the top three issues in testing and explain how you might deal with these issues in the classroom? What factors might influence your decisions?

    Courts and Schools

    There are many issues that involve the courts protecting the rights of individuals within the public schools. One of the issues involving the courts is: â?¢ Teachersâ?? Rights â?" Pickering v. Board of Education of Township High School (1967), Russo v. Central School Distric No. 1 (1972), Palmer v. Board of Education (197

    Prayer in schools is debated.

    Debate the pros and cons of prayer, Bible reading, and religious observations in public schools. Should current laws change regarding these activities? Why or why not? Support your opinions by identifying the legal rights and responsibilities of the various stakeholders in the educational community.

    Please provide a substantial response to this issue. "Managing the money raised for student activities can be one of the biggest headaches facing a school administrator. It can also be the ruination of a promising career." React to this statement and discuss.

    Managing School Money "Managing the money raised for student activities can be one of the biggest headaches facing a school administrator. It can also be the ruination of a promising career." This raised many opinions in our class. I would like your thoughts to this with citations for support. React to this statement and di

    The Common School

    1. How could social, political, and/or economic goals serve as filtering and ordering mechanisms in the development of school curricula today? 2. Give specific examples of #1 question; perhaps you can share insights that you gained in conversations with teachers or students. 3. Did the attached document (The Common School

    changes in public school education for ESOL children

    What should change in public school education for esol children (whose main language is not english)? We need to remind people of the importance of bi lingual education so what can a teacher do to help a situation where the principal at school does not want to make changes to help the esol students?

    A comparison of spending in schools and prisons.

    The amount spent per student in public school education averages at just over $9,000. The exact figures according to Public Education Finances: 2006 is $9,138 spent on average per student in the United States. The nces.ed.gov web link below puts the amount at over $9,500.

    Operational Research Hypothesis

    Hypothesis this is two hypothesis that I turned for my instructor to view. However my teacher states that the hypothesis need to be stated in testable form. This means they must be operationalized. The two hypothesis I used are. 1. Inclusion, mainstreaming and pull-out options in the public school system benefit autis

    Rights of Teachers

    Discuss three to five United States Supreme Court decisions that have affected teachers' rights and responsibilities. How did these decisions affect the ability of your school administration to lead within your educational community? Give examples from your own teaching experience where appropriate.

    Roles of Education Leaders

    Research the role of education leaders in critique and reform of education using databases eLibrary, locating six to eight articles to support your position. (1) Who controls the schools? Who makes the policies that govern schools? Who determines the ethical, social, and economic goals of education? Who sets the curriculum

    History of education

    1. Identify three racial and or cultural groups and detail two ways each group has impacted our schools. 2. Name, and explain how, two court decisions have impacted American education. 3. Identify three ways the federal government has shared in the creation of American schools