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The intent of Title IX and of coeducational physical education programs has been to eliminate the treatment of students as "prints" of their gender. Edu cators ensure that such programs are indeed for better.
Planning for planning may sound like more managerial gobbledygook, but it may be the most important thing principals do, according to this author, who explains the concepts in this article.
Arranging the school's course of study to facilitate the achievement of instructional goals is every principal's challenge. The author reviews the concepts and existing patterns in this article to help administrators provide more effective leadership.
The emergence and then prompt disappearance of curricular innovations is testimony that educators have created programs and activities without considering the design elements that ensure quality or success.
Principals can improve the quality of their vocational programs, writes this administrator and former occupational instructor, who presents here the components of a strategy to assist them.
_Administrators can achieve handsome dividends by maintaining two- way communication with parents and teachers. The author presents an easy-to- administer, reliable method to help.
SSP is a program that works for average ability non achievers. The sup port provided these students through SSP is positive, and success is guar anteed in return for commitment and effort on the part of the student.
School districts need a comprehensive, long-range blueprint for their total opera tion. The goal-com patency-objective hierarchy allows them to become sys tematic in design and operation.
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