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Table Of Contents

Chapter One
Barriers to Learning
Schools Are Too Large
Lack of Parental Control
Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Mental Illness and Drug Abuse
Bullying
Negative Efects of TV, Computers, and Cell Phones
Low Expectations for Students
Low Socioeconomic Family Conditions
Chapter twO
Merit Pay for Teachers
Chapter three
Holistic Education
Teacher Preparation
Establishing a Plan for Each Student
Role of the CCMAT
Te Individual Education Plan (IEP)
CCMAT Student Conference
Te Role of the Principal
Te Role of the Assistant Principal
Te Role of the Guidance Counselor
Te Role of the School Psychologist
Te Role of the At-Risk Counselor
Two-Hundred-Day School Year
COnCluSiOn
bibliOgraphy
index
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Save Our Children, Save Our Schools

Save Our Children, Save Our Schools

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It has been said that education is merely a reflection of society. Pathway to Success explores the changes in our society that have had a profoundly negative impact on students by creating such "Barriers to Learning" that many students cannot overcome. Our middle schools and high schools have become so subject matter oriented that many students do not feel any connection to their school.

Pathway to Success sets forth a plan to assist students to overcome the "Barriers to Learning."The plan is focused on the student, highly individualized and meaningful. It provides the student with a connection to the school like never before.

Professional staff will know their students well as they implement their individual education plan. Students’ academic as well as their social needs will be met. Students, who display serious behavioral problems, including signs of mental disorders, will be referred to appropriate professionals for help.

The implementation of this plan will promote greater student achievement; fewer discipline problems, and a safer school environment. It will make education not just a reflection of society but a changing force.
It has been said that education is merely a reflection of society. Pathway to Success explores the changes in our society that have had a profoundly negative impact on students by creating such "Barriers to Learning" that many students cannot overcome. Our middle schools and high schools have become so subject matter oriented that many students do not feel any connection to their school.

Pathway to Success sets forth a plan to assist students to overcome the "Barriers to Learning."The plan is focused on the student, highly individualized and meaningful. It provides the student with a connection to the school like never before.

Professional staff will know their students well as they implement their individual education plan. Students’ academic as well as their social needs will be met. Students, who display serious behavioral problems, including signs of mental disorders, will be referred to appropriate professionals for help.

The implementation of this plan will promote greater student achievement; fewer discipline problems, and a safer school environment. It will make education not just a reflection of society but a changing force.

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