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Reviewing the history of Advanced Placement, this writer discusses the pro's and con's of a program that offers a school many advantages but has its problems, too.
The extended school year can play havoc with traditional music programs, the writer says, because the continuity that is essential is dis rupted. He describes how to cope with this problem.
Asked whether their music programs are in danger because of current economic conditions or reduced pupil enrollments, six principals told the writer exactly what's happening to music instruction in their schools.
A Connecticut study of school absenteeism re ported here provides pertinent data for considera tion of a national conundrum. The author's suggestions for dealing with the problem are thought-provoking.
Today's rapid educational changes demand that the principal possess skills for bringing about change while averting pitfalls along the way. This article alerts the educator to potential crises in change initiation and the skills necessary to deal with them.
This article looks at the problem of why so few students, in certain schools, complete accelerated math programs. Hard facts and student opinion are combined here to give insight into the situation. The author suggests ways to salvage an accelerated mathematics program if an attrition problem...
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