2 edition of National priorities for elementary education found in the catalog.
National priorities for elementary education
by Center for the Study of Evaluation, University of California in LosAngeles (Calif.)
Written in English
|Statement||Ralph Hoepfner, Paul A. Bradley and William J. Doherty.|
|Series||CSE monograph series in evaluation -- 2|
|Contributions||Bradley, Paul A., Doherty, William J., University of California, Los Angeles. Center for the study of evaluation.|
One of the first steps in implementing a curricular approach in the residence halls is to articulate an educational priority. Educational priorities are written statements, typically sentences, that describe the overall mission or objective of a curriculum. These priorities should be grounded in research and scholarship as well as the institutional context of the. Six priorities for primary education were identified across the responses, using 25% of respondents as a cut-off. These are listed in Table ii. Table ii. Primary priorities listed in order of total respondents Rank Primary education should Total 1 help children to .
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National priorities for elementary education. Los Angeles, Center for the Study of Evaluation, University of California, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Hoepfner; Paul A Bradley; William J Doherty. Page 11— Priorities for Research. Our survey of research on English-language learners and programs designed to serve them has led to a broad range of recommendations for research directions and priorities based on the substantive and methodological strengths and weaknesses in each of eight topical areas (Chapters 2 through 9) and in the research infrastructure (Chapter 10).
These priorities are currently set out in the Education (National Priorities) (Scotland) Orderand are as follows: to raise standards of educational attainment for all in schools, especially in the core skills of literacy and numeracy, and to achieve better levels in national measures of achievement including examination results.
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Setting National Priorities continues the highly acclaimed and influential series of books that examine domestic and foreign policy choices confronting the United States. Members of the Brookings staff join outside experts to evaluate America's course through the next decade.
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The book, which continues the Brookings Institution's highly acclaimed and influential Setting National Priorities series, will serve as a guide for understanding many of the complex issues that will be discussed during the presidential and congressional campaigns of This bill amends the Education Act to enable statements about the diversity of education provision to be included in the statement of National Education and Learning Priorities.
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