3 edition of The impact of a local teachers" union on educational policy and practice found in the catalog.
The impact of a local teachers" union on educational policy and practice
Susan R Martin
Written in English
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Education policy includes laws as well as processes and policies that educational organizations, local districts, states, and nations put in place and follow to achieve academic goals. RAND analyses have informed education policy in the . The journal reaches an international audience which includes researchers specializing in higher education, and policy-makers, administrators, managers and practitioners working in the field of higher education. Higher Education Policy is the quarterly journal of the International Association of Universities (IAU).
3. Determination of national education policy by Minister 4. Directive principles of national education policy 5. Consultation on national education policy 6. Consultation on legislation 7. Publication of national education policy 8. Monitoring and evaluation of education 9. Council of Education Ministers Heads of Education Departments. W hen Tracey Bailey received the National Teacher of the Year Award from President Clinton in a festive Rose Garden ceremony in , American Federation of Teachers chief Albert Shanker called to say how pleased he was that a union member had won this prestigious honor. But Bailey, a high school science teacher from Florida, is an AFT member no more.
The largest teachers' union is considering a legal challenge over Michael Gove's free schools policy amid concerns that it is damaging children's education. The National Union of Teachers . It concerns narrowly the impact of globalization on education policy and practice with particular attention to the role post-primary education plays (or is intended to play) in equipping 50 people for participation in a global economy.
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We focus on unions' role as potential rent-seekers in the K educational landscape, and specifically how teachers' unions impact district and student outcomes. We review important methodological improvements in the identification of union impacts and the measurement of contract restrictiveness that characterize a number of recent by: shaping education policy, we argue that collective bargaining and political organizing comprise the two central but distinct forms of influence at the district, state and national levels of Size: KB.
Critics complain teachers' unions stand in the way of education reform, and protect underperforming educators. Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers.
current educational policy developments. Finally, a model of teachers as policy makers in practice is proposed to describe the way in which the reality of teaching situations can lead to the independent actions of individual teachers having systematic policy effects.
The applicability of these models. Drawing together a team of expert contributors from across the sector to offer contemporary descriptions and critical reflection of practice in higher education, Influencing Higher Education Policy uncovers the nature of policymaking and interpretation. With a suite of authors whose experiences range from governmental to academic, this book shares insights from professionals working in the field of higher education policy.
Education Policy: Process, Themes and Impacts is divided into three sections and explores and links three key aspects of policy: ‘Policy and Education’ focuses on the development of policy at the level of both the nation-state and the individual institution. ‘Themes in Educational Policy’ explores the forces that shape policy withFile Size: KB.
This book provides an international review of the current state of teacher education, with chapters from an international group of teacher educators.
It focuses on major issues that are confronting teacher educators now and in the next decade. 2. Why do good teachers support the union. This is an honest question. Unions typically support uniform pay schedules in which compensation is based on years of service and educational.
When applied consistently, certain educational practices can best support the learning and development of young children. In order to foster high-quality learning, B–8 educators must have knowledge of the subject-matter content, the developmental progress of how children learn specific topics, and the instructional strategies that best promote learning.
“It’s hard being in this limbo,” says Karen Reyes, a year-old teacher of deaf pre-kindergartners in Austin, Texas. A former Girl Scout who has lived in the U.S. since the age of 2, Reyes attended U.S. public schools from kindergarten through graduate school, eventually earning a master’s degree in Deaf Education and Hearing Science from the University of Texas Health Science Center.
It examines the relationship between educational policy and educational practice, and sheds new light on important debates and controversies within the field. Educational Policy blends the best of educational research with the world of practice, making it a valuable resource for educators, policy makers, administrators, researchers, teachers.
The forerunner to the United Federation of Teachers (UFT) was the New York City Teachers' Union, which was founded in It was known as Local 2 of the American Federation of Teachers.
Its purposes were to fight for improved salaries, to fight against "oppressive supervision," and to defend the rights of teachers like Mary Murphy and Bridget. All journal articles featured in Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice vol 27 issue 2.
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in education policy making. We wanted to know more about the general concept of participation, expertise, legitimacy and involvement of stakeholders and experts in policy making, in particular in education policy processes. The study should identify and describe the various existing models for consulting educational stakeholders in EU Size: 2MB.
The official journal of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association. Presents research that has generated a substantive result of importance for educational policy and practice; analyses of global forces, regional trends and national educational reforms; studies of key issues in teaching, learning and development - such as the challenges to be faced in learning to live together in what.
A five-year retrospective combined with a five-year vision for the future by esteemed educator Marilyn Cochran-Smith. Gathers together into a single volume all of Cochran-Smith's substantive editorial essays from The Journal of Teacher Education from May/June - March/April ; Includes a new Prologue, a new Epilogue, and a new Index to facilitate cross-thematic searching.
The city’s “teachers were dismissed and the local union and its formidable power” was crushed (#). Then state and local officials were free to establish “a full-blown choice system filled with autonomous charter schools” now enrolling 60 percent of the city’s children (#).Cited by: Welcome to the third issue of ERPP for the year In this issue, we will explore a wide-range of educational policy and practice topics pertinent to New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Australia.
and policies (education policy profiles), analysis of international trends, and insight into policies and reforms on selected topics. In addition to country-specific profiles, the series also includes a recurring publication. The first volume, Education Policy Outlook Making Reforms Happen, was File Size: 1MB.
This paper on the draft National Education Policyexamines its timeframe and the possible implications of its implementation in terms of the overlapping categories of gender, caste, and class identities. It also focuses briefly on issues of language and the way in which historical precedents are invoked.
This is followed by a discussion on the wide-ranging changes. The Handbook of Educational Policy provides a comprehensive overview of policy questions in education reform at local, state, and national levels.
The book raises controversial questions, such as who really benefits from educational reform, and investigates issues of accountability, assessment, educational fads, technology in education, and.Randall Eberts explores the role of teachers unions in public education.
He focuses particularly on how collective bargaining agreements shape the delivery of educational services, how unions affect both student achievement and the cost of providing quality education, and how they sup-port educational .Education policy consists of the principles and government policies in the educational sphere as well as the collection of laws and rules that govern the operation of education systems.
Education occurs in many forms for many purposes through many institutions. Examples include early childhood education, kindergarten through to 12th grade, two and four year colleges or universities, graduate.