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    Is school reform hopeless in our states and cities? In my opinion, education reform is useless due to a variety of occurrences going on in the world that nobody is focused on and changing these schools to make them more efficient for all students. An example of this is the government not caring at all about how most of these schools are lacking in money and in need of help to be able to acquire the best education. Many schools in the world are so poor and struggling that students are forced to drop

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    Overview of Standards-Based Education Reform and the Common Core In 1983, President Reagan’s National Commission on Education released a landmark report on educational reform. A Nation at Risk: The Imperative for Educational Reform. It had been widely believed that America had lost its position as the world’s leader in commerce, industry, science, and technological innovation. And that this was due to the fact that the educational foundations of our society were being eroded by a rising tide of mediocrity

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    Education Reform

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    Throughout history, reforms look differently based on the motivations of the reformers ("Education Reform," n.d.). Educational reform consists of changes that are made in public education ("Education Reform," n.d.). Education reform involves any and all changes in the way a school or school district functions, from teaching methods and any administrative processes. Educational reform is used as an ancillary for needed economic changes in the United States ("Education Reform," n.d.). Education reformers

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    Multicultural Education Reform 1 Multicultural Education Reform and The Pros and Cons Kristy Minnillo Cleveland State University MULITICULTURAL EDUCATION 2 Abstract This paper explores Multicultural Educational Reform. It investigates how the current state of our democracy urges the educator to consider the pertinence and definition of multicultural education and how it can be achieved. It demonstrates how the knowledge of a cultural curriculum transformation combined

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    Sputnik Education Reform

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    far better job of education our sons and daughters” (Boser, 2012, p. 1). Through the RTT Program, Obama provides federal grant funds to states to create programs that follow key reform strategies including; rigorous standards and assessment, high quality teacher and administrators, successful data systems, and reinvigorating math and science program (Boser, 2012, p. 1). Bybee (2013) compares this current time in educational reform to the Sputnik era and believes that STEM reform will catapult our

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    Urban Education Reform

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    There are various reasons people continue to move from urban areas to the suburbs. These reasons include the fact that rural areas have better education, lower crime rates, better infrastructure, and inequality in the public services offered. Also, with the recent rise the population growth, cities have become more crowded and continue to grow beyond capacity, which contributes to people relocating to less population dense rural areas, such as the suburbs. In regards to increasing the appeal of

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    Gifted Education Reform

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    what is the text about? The title of the text is 'School Reform and Gifted Education - Opportunities and Issues'. The text is about how the issues part of School reform influence gifted education and also the need for gifted education to feed the important issues and lessons learned to the School reform process and make the process powerful. The text is also about the importance of active dialogue and communication between the gifted education and the over all school change and improvement efforts

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    Through my research into the reform of education, I have had my eyes open to some of the most terrifying and most positive potential change that my future may hold. With my upbringing, I was taught in some of the best schools in St. Tammany Parish. The teachers were always there for you and your needs, the facilities were kept clean and safe, and the neighborhood I grew up in was actually pretty good. I have seen the school system through the eyes of a student, but now I am beginning to look at it

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    fall behind a number of European countries, such as education. With the country having dominance and leadership over most countries on the planet, it cannot seem to find an answer as to why the nation aren’t leading in education along side many other areas where they do come out on top. The answer can simply be discovered by taking three focal points where America can reform its school systems and regularly ensure a dedicated and purposeful education to the

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    obvious that one would expect United States of America to be at the top of the lists when it comes to education but unfortunately, that is not true. Day by day, our economy is becoming more and more depended on technical notions which leaves us behind in math and science in the world. Our government spends about 10,000 dollars every year on each student in the public education system (Lessons in Education). The solution to our failing school system is not to spend more money, but to spend the money wisely

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