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Success Ethic Education And The American Dream The

Author : Joseph L. DeVitis
ISBN : 9781438401072
Genre : Social Science
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Explores, interprets, and critically analyzes various success ethics that have shaped American culture and education. It also formulates new forms of the success ethic in order to uncover overlooked models and to overcome the shortcomings of previous genres.

Higher Education And The American Dream

Author : Marvin Lazerson
ISBN : 9789639776791
Genre : Education
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"Marvin Lazerson’s new book is exactly what is needed: a readable, cogent explanation of how the U.S. can have the best system of higher education in the world, but also a system that seems to be coming apart at the seams.” —Susan Fuhrman, President Teachers College, Columbia University, President of the National Academy of Education "In prose remarkable for its clarity and analysis remarkable for its fair-mindedness, this volume delivers a penetrating, nuanced account of American universities in the twenty-first century. Blessedly without rant or cant, the book tackles topics that range from the rise of the managerial class to the failed attempts to reform practice in the classroom. It’s a smart provocation—a must-read for anyone who cares about where our universities are heading.” —David L. Kirp, Professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley and author of Shakespeare, Einstein, and the Bottom Line: The Marketing of Higher Education "Professor Lazerson gives an insightful account of American higher education based on years of study and first-hand experience. He discusses both the problems and the accomplishment of our universities with equal care and thus, succeeds in providing a useful and illuminating analysis.” —Derek Bok, Harvard University, President-emeritus "Marvin Lazerson’s magnificent book is not only comprehensive, but it is written from an all-embracing point of view: seeing higher education in America as an expression of the American Dream. This book should be on the reading list of all who want to understand America’s actions, role and image in the world today, with and equal emphasis on their successes and the discontents they create.” —Yehuda Elkana, Rector and President-emeritus, Central European University

Im Tb Foundations Of Education

Author : Margolis
ISBN : 0534522025
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The American Dream And The Public Schools

Author : Jennifer L. Hochschild
ISBN : 0195152786
Genre : Education
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Examines desegregation, school funding, testing, vouchers, bilingual education, multicultural education, and ability grouping. These seem to be separate problems, but much of the contention over them comes down to the same thing: an apparent conflict between policies designed to promote each student's ability to pursue success and those designed to insure the good of all students or the nation as a whole. The authors show how polices to promote individual success too often benefit only those already privileged by race or class. The book also examines issues such as creationism and afrocentrism.

Education The American Dream

Author : Harvey Holtz
ISBN : UOM:39015014647096
Genre : Education
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Conservatives, liberals, and radicals alike see education as a pivotal forum for the struggle over the fulfillment of American Dreams. Eleanor Smeal, Phyllis Schlafly, Russell Kirk, and Henry Giroux, among others, vie for acceptance of their theories on major issues in American education. The essays, which are by well-known authors, are written with clarity, honesty, and authority. . . . The book will make an excellent supplementary text for graduate or upper-division undergraduate courses in the social foundations of education. Choice Conservatives, liberals, and radicals alike see education as a pivotal forum for the struggle over the fulfillment of American Dreams. Eleanor Smeal, Phyllis Schlafly, Russell Kirk, and Henry Giroux, among others, representing contrasting points of view, vie for acceptance of their theories on the major issues in American education: religion in public schools; computers in the classroom; sex education; the proper role of teachers (technician, professional, or intellectual); vocationalism versus critical education. This rare opportunity to examine the divisions, and the surprising overlaps, between the perspectives of this country's policy makers and idea formulators brings a major and important perspective to the current educational debate and the future of education, for scholars and students alike.

The Great American Dream

Author : Ewald B. Nyquist
ISBN : OCLC:2349405
Genre : Education
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The American Dream And The Power Of Wealth

Author : Heather Beth Johnson
ISBN : 9781134728794
Genre : Business & Economics
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In contemporary America, the racial wealth gap is growing, with families transmitting race and class inequalities from generation to generation. Yet Americans continue to hold deep-rooted beliefs in the principles of individualism, equal opportunity, and meritocracy. Education, the "Great Equalizer," is supposed to level the playing field, ensuring that every child—regardless of family of origin—gets an equal chance at success. Drawing on in-depth interviews with 200 black and white families, The American Dream and the Power of Wealth starkly reveals the enormous extent to which parents defend their beliefs in the values that lie at the heart of the American Dream. Yet the way wealth is acquired and the way it is used categorically puts children from different families on vastly different educational trajectories, leaving them with uneven sets of opportunities.

Liberal Education And The American Dream

Author : Roland Lincoln Guyotte
ISBN : OCLC:25947118
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American Dream Stories

Author : Tom McCarthy
ISBN : 9781491736326
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Discovering electricity. Ending up the richest man in the world. Becoming a candidate for sainthood. Leading the fight for Civil Rights. Getting inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Revolutionizing consumer digital electronics. These accomplishments are at the heart of the stories of seven incredibly diverse individuals who epitomize the American Dream. There is something particularly magical about dreams, or rather the possibility of achieving your dreams in America, the land of opportunity. American Dream Stories: Elements of Success explores the lives and success of Ben Franklin, Andrew Carnegie, Dorothy Day, Malcolm X, Patti Smith, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Steve Jobs. Looking at their lives, offering definitions, and establishing themes, the Naval Academy midshipmen authors of this essay collection examine the nature of the American Dream, success, and what both mean to Americans.

The American Dream For Students Of Color

Author : Gretchen Givens Generett
ISBN : 9781793610980
Genre : Education
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The American Dream for Students of Color examines how the American Dream informs beliefs about talent, hard work, and perseverance rather than dismantling barriers to educational success for marginal students. Using narrative methodologies, connections between the authors narratives and those of school youth and educators are explored.

The Great American Dream

Author : Education Commission of the States
ISBN : OCLC:10335933
Genre : Educational equalization
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Nurturing The American Dream

Author : Frank PN Adjei-Mensah
ISBN : 9781524656850
Genre : Business & Economics
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NURTURING THE AMERICAN DREAM Have you ever wondered why so many people struggle to make ends meet, while a few [rich] people earn lots of money? Do you ever wonder what the #AmericanDream is, and what you can do to achieve it? Education is THE KEY to success (i.e. mastery) in any field of your choice. Financial Education is THE KEY to your Financial Success. This book series is absolutely a must-read, insightful blueprint. It will provide you with the nitty-gritty information on the economy, how it works, and what you must do to reach your highest potential and achieve the #AmericanDream through problem-solving and creating value. Prepare to be inspired to Think BIG, dream even BIGGER, and #BELIEVE that if you can dream it, you [yes, #YOU] can make it happen.

Soccer And The American Dream

Author : Ian Lawrence
ISBN : 9781315519074
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The American Dream is founded upon the ideological belief that ‘you can be anything you want to be’, regardless of your current class position, and is one of the most emotive, pervasive and ideologically embedded concepts championed by American citizens. Providing contemporary insight into the American Dream via the critical lens of soccer – the world’s pre-eminent sport but still a minority interest in the US – this book challenges the notion that America is different, exceptional or unique in the global order, either in real socio-economic-political terms or in perceived cultural terms. Soccer and the American Dream offers an overview of soccer in the US and uses case studies to explore the motives of American university students in undertaking a soccer scholarship, considering the impact of family, social class and career development upon social mobility and upon the game itself. Providing a fascinating new insight into the nexus of sport, education, culture and society, this is a topical resource for students, scholars and practitioners across the fields of soccer, higher education, youth sport, sports development, sports coaching and sport management.

Chasing The American Dream

Author : Mark R. Rank
ISBN : 9780195377910
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this book the authors show that the risk of economic vulnerability has been increasing substantially over the past four decades, and argue that while not unattainable, the American Dream - as we currently define it - is becoming harder to reach and harder still to keep.

Considering Class

Author : Kevin Cahill
ISBN : 9783825802592
Genre : Social Science
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In the 21st century hardly any aspects of human existence are left unexplored by postmodern theories and discourses of subjectivity and individuality, of hybridity and identity, of race, gender and ethnicity. Conspicuous, however, among these critical inquiries is the relatively little attention devoted to the category of class. This absence is particularly alarming at a time when neo-liberalism and post-capitalism feed on cultural fragmentation and ideological relativism. The contributions in Considering Class: Essays on the Discourse of the American Dream address the (dys)functional position of class in American socio-political and cultural reality from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.

Captured By The American Dream

Author : Wellford W. Wilms
ISBN : OCLC:59725246
Genre : Education
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The American Dream Vs The Gospel Of Wealth

Author : Norton Garfinkle
ISBN : 9780300137804
Genre : Political Science
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Norton Garfinkle paints a disquieting picture of America today: a nation increasingly divided between economic winners and losers, a nation in which the middle-class American Dream seems more and more elusive. Recent government policies reflect a commitment to a new supply-side winner-take-all Gospel of Wealth. Garfinkle warns that this supply-side economic vision favors the privileged few over the majority of American citizens striving to better their economic condition. Garfinkle employs historical insight and data-based economic analysis to demonstrate compellingly the sharp departure of the supply-side Gospel of Wealth from an American ideal that dates back to Abraham Lincoln—the vision of America as a society in which ordinary, hard-working individuals can get ahead and attain a middle-class living, and in which government plays an active role in expanding opportunities and ensuring against economic exploitation. Supply-side economic policies increase economic disparities and, Garfinkle insists, they fail on technical, factual, moral, and political grounds. He outlines a fresh economic vision, consonant with the great American tradition of ensuring strong economic growth, while preserving the middle-class American Dream.

The American Dream Is Real

Author : Evan A. Werling
ISBN : 1733781404
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
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For High School & College Students, this book contains Life-Changing Truths, Wisdom and Guidance they will need to pursue their "American Dream." Special emphasis is directed toward Young Women and Disadvantaged young adults--who will have to travel a more difficult path to achieve their "American Dream." Both the author and his wife, Angel were disadvantaged and had little hope of professional success upon graduating high school--but they were both determined to "Take Control of Their Lives" and succeed in this very competitive world. Both traveled different paths, while earning the education that provided the special skills they needed to become successful in their lives. Both climbed from the bottom to the top of their domestic and international professions. If this small-town farm boy and small-town girl, could rise from their humble beginnings to achieve the "American Dream," then so too can nearly every young adult who has experienced an abusive or disadvantaged childhood--regardless of how poorly they have performed with their high school education. Now--it's time for Today's Youth to Earn and Achieve their "American Dream."

The Pursuit Of The American Dream

Author : Jonathan A. Marcellus
ISBN : 9781465385307
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book is a story about my life which is based on the dreams of being great and successful as a young boy who afterwards came to the United States of America to pursue my dream. Upon reaching the land of the United Stated of America, the perspective of the dream was therefore changed to the American dream and I started following the American dream and halted from pursuing it for a few years to say the least. While I was on a hiatus from pursuing the dream, I felt that a major part of my life was missing because I did not fulfill the dream. Henceforth, I eventually restarted to follow the big American dream that I once had, but this time with enormous hope and stronger faith. I endured several predicaments and obstacles during my efforts to taste the American dream. But with faith, my belief in Americas exceptionalism, perseverance, hard work, diligence, efforts, prayers, and self determination, I eventually succeeded even after I failed several times in those endeavors because of hope, faith, and the mind set that I have to make it regardless of what the obstacles could be. I made it through although it is only the beginning of the attainment of my dream. The theme of the story is to convince readers that faith, perseverance, efforts, determination and dedication and passion were the key constituents to my success of attaining the American dream and it is therefore possible for anyone to achieve any dream as long as they are willing to use and apply faith, hope, diligence, hard work, efforts, and perseverance.

Technical Cooperation In Education

Author : United States. International Cooperation Administration
ISBN : OSU:32435024427890
Genre : Educational exchanges
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