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If children's basic needs for support, shelter, health care, supervision, and guidance, (among the many social, cognitive, and economic vari ables affecting their lives) are not met, the best efforts to promote learning through education alone will not work. This is the premise for the...
Full-service schools are arguably the most popular examples of the transformation of the public school. Why have local leaders created these new schools? Are they all alike? If they differ, how and why? What are the benefits? What are the limitations? What are the roles and responsibilities of...
Does the United States measure educational success by different standards than other countries? Shouldn't we stop worrying about how we compare with other nations and focus on educating our population according to our own needs and standards? Will the "horse-race" approach of comparisons...
Alternative scheduling at the high school level has opened the doors to debate about the current time management structure. The traditional 20th century model of high school education may prove to be inade quate to meet the challenges of the next century, so the possibility of alternative styles...
There are many reasons to be concerned about the condition of chil dren. Some progress steadily through our public schools to higher edu cation or the world of work, but poor academic performance and other problems plague a significant portion of the student body.
What are the perceptions and attitudes of high school students toward computer courses? Do they find the computer courses relevant and helpful in their preparation for the world of work? Which kinds of pro grams were rated most positively by students as related to preparation for employment?
As we enter the 21st century, it is more important than ever to provide comprehensive and integrated educational, mental health, medical, and social interventions. Full-service schools represent a convenient way for students and their families to access these services.
The primary responsibility of schools is to provide students with the essential skills that are necessary for full participation in society. Teachers and administrators know children's basic health and social service needs must first be resolved before the learning needs of high- risk children...
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