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This writer proposes a unique partnership: Sportscasters, in conjunction with educators and others, urging young people to stay in school and to prepare for the future.
Teachers can encourage stu dents to understand their responsibilities and behav iors in the classroom and they can improve their own classroom instruction by using writing assignments to communicate.
Disadvantaged youth should not be penalized for their economic status, nor should they be stereotyped as unin telligent. Highly able, disad vantaged students deserve the same educational advan tages as other youth.
This writer—herself an ath lete—looks for the same qualities she values in her coaches, past and present, when hiring staff members for her school's athletic pro grams.
Why are some schools more effective than other schools in achieving high levels of indi vidual student satisfaction and productivity? Why do some schools have environ ments that are perceived to be more positive than those in other schools ? Researchers who have stud ied "effective schools" and...
High school activities should be managed by participatory principles, says this writer, who argues that the respon sibility for bringing this about belongs to principals and activities directors through appropriate modeling and inservice education.
Researchers have long con tended that tracking exag gerates the differences among learners and puts some students at a disad vantage. This school exam ined the tracking issue and revised their curriculum to offer educational opportuni ties for all students.
Program design in foreign languages is not a matter of identifying a given model that can be "plugged into" a given curriculum. The design phase requires examination of various options and the logic underlying each and the selection of program compo nents that fit a given school population—in...
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