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Other Ways To Win

Author : Kenneth C. Gray
ISBN : 9781412917810
Genre : Education
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Help teens in the academic middle succeed by creating and valuing other ways to win! Research suggests that more than half of high school student graduates are not academically prepared for college, yet they do not have significant learning disabilities preventing them from succeeding in a traditional classroom setting. This timeless bestseller, now in its third edition and updated with new data, recommendations, and observations explores the choices available to these students beyond traditional four-year colleges. Illustrating options that are more accessible and carry a much higher probability of student success, this resource: Dispels the "One Way to Win" myth Presents "Other Ways to Win" not requiring a four-year college degree Provides benefits for students with alternate forms of post-high school education All teens deserve to succeed regardless of the post-secondary educational path they take. Other Ways to Win can help to make it happen.

Emerging Issues In Management An Anthology Of Graduate Level Thought In 2014

Author : David Grimmett
ISBN : 9781312386433
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Schoolhouse Shams

Author : Peter Downs
ISBN : 9781610488334
Genre : Education
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Written by a parent and school board member, who first embraced many of the ideas of the modern school reform movement, Schoolhouse Shams lays bare much of the mythology and misinformation that underpin many of the failed school reform policies of the last decade. Many of the top strategies of the highly publicized school reform movement already have been tried out in St. Louis with disastrous results. Along with demonstrating the failure of school reform prescriptions to improve education, the experience of St. Louis demonstrates that the ideological premise of the reform movement, that a focus on providing opportunities for private profit-taking will necessarily improve schools, is both wrong and conflicts with the ideals of democracy, accountability, and justice.

Maintaining Strategic Relevance

Author : Kevin J. Fleming
ISBN : 9780761865315
Genre : Education
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Maintaining Strategic Relevance identifies successful CTE program discontinuance including factors that affect morale during academic program changes and the impact of institutional culture. The interviews and policy analysis conducted provide best practices to effectively and appropriately discontinue CTE programs.

Class Degrees

Author : Evan Watkins
ISBN : 0823229823
Genre : Education
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A current truism holds that the undergraduate degree today is equivalent to the high-school diploma of yesterday. But undergraduates at a research university would probably not recognize themselves in the historical mirror of high-school vocational education. Students in a vast range of institutions are encouraged to look up the educational social scale, whereas earlier vocational education was designed to "cool out" expectations of social advancement by training a working class prepared for massive industrialization. In Class Degrees, Evan Watkins argues that reforms in vocational education in the 1980s and 1990s can explain a great deal about the changing directions of class formation in the United States, as well as how postsecondary educational institutions are changing. Responding to a demand for flexibility in job skills and reflecting a consequent aspiration to choice and perpetual job mobility, those reforms aimed to eliminate the separate academic status of vocational education. They transformed it from a "cooling out" to a "heating up" of class expectations. The result has been a culture of hyperindividualism. The hyperindividual lives in a world permeated with against-all-odds plots, from "beat the odds" of long supermarket checkout lines by using self-checkout and buying FasTrak transponders to beat the odds of traffic jams, to the endless superheroes on film and TV who daily save various sorts of planets and things against all odds. Of course, a few people can beat the odds only if most other people do not. As choice begins to replace the selling of individual labor at the core of contemporary class formation, the result is a sort of waste labor left behind by the competitive process. Provocatively, Watkins argues that, in the twenty-first century, academic work in the humanities is assuming the management function of reclaiming this waste labor as a motor force for the future.

Getting Real

Author : Kenneth Gray
ISBN : 0761975152
Genre : Business & Economics
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Getting Real offers realistic advice and career directions to negotiate the disparity between teenage beliefs and aspirations and the real economic and labor market.

Technically Speaking

Author : Committee on Technological Literacy
ISBN : 9780309082624
Genre : Medical
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Cell phones . . . airbags . . . genetically modified food . . . the Internet. These are all emblems of modern life. You might ask what we would do without them. But an even more interesting question might be what would we do if we had to actually explain how they worked? The United States is riding a whirlwind of technological change. To be sure, there have been periods, such as the late 1800s, when new inventions appeared in society at a comparable rate. But the pace of change today, and its social, economic, and other impacts, are as significant and far reaching as at any other time in history. And it seems that the faster we embrace new technologies, the less we're able to understand them. What is the long-term effect of this galloping technological revolution? In today's new world, it is nothing less than a matter of responsible citizenship to grasp the nature and implications of technology. Technically Speaking provides a blueprint for bringing us all up to speed on the role of technology in our society, including understanding such distinctions as technology versus science and technological literacy versus technical competence. It clearly and decisively explains what it means to be a technologically-literate citizen. The book goes on to explore the context of technological literacy-the social, historical, political, and educational environments. This readable overview highlights specific issues of concern: the state of technological studies in K-12 schools, the reach of the Internet into our homes and lives, and the crucial role of technology in today's economy and workforce. Three case studies of current issues-car airbags, genetically modified foods, and the California energy crisis-illustrate why ordinary citizens need to understand technology to make responsible decisions. This fascinating book from the National Academy of Engineering is enjoyable to read and filled with contemporary examples. It will be important to anyone interested in understanding how the world around them works.

Resources In Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015079893221
Genre : Education
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Workforce Education

Author : Kenneth C. Gray
ISBN : 0205198341
Genre : Education
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Aims to provide the knowledge base common to all workforce education settings and clients. Designed for those preparing for Human resource Development (HRD) careers in corporate America and for post secondary and secondary workforce education faculty.

Occupational Education Forum

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ISBN : MINN:31951D01238744Z
Genre : Vocational education
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