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Education Reform Workforce Training Initiative 1997

Education Reform Workforce Training Initiative 1997

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The Education ReformSchool-To-WorkWorkforce TrainingInitiative
Washington Stateand theNational and FederalAgendaJuly 1997
 
 
This report, completed in July 1997, is dedicated to all the citizens who have worked long hours without recognition, appreciation, or compensation; researching and fighting to save our God given right to Freedom, Liberty, and  Justice. At no time has our nation been so endangered. As Americans, we live in a time of greater oppression than did our Founding Fathers when they declared their independence from Britain. The forces for democracy will not be satisfied until our God given rights are gone; God is banished from our homes and our society; and our once great nation is embroiled in the cauldron of  humanist oppression. We fight evil greater than man himself. May God save our nation.Lynn M Stuter 
This report, as typed and presented to the legislature, totaled138 pages and consists of three parts: the first two dealing witheducation reform; the third with school-to-work and workforcetraining. This document takes the reader through the history ofeducation reform, school-to-work, and workforce training inWashington State. Research would most likely produce a similardocument for other states.
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Table of Contents
Alphabet Soup...........................................................................................................iii Education Reform; Washington State and the National Agenda..................................................1The NASDC; NCEE/NARE/NSP Connection to Washington State.............................................1The Washington Alliance for Restructuring Education/Washington Alliance for Better Schools.................................................................14Summation........................................................................................................21 Education Reform; Washington State and the Federal Agenda.................................................23Washington State and Goals 2000.............................................................................23Washington State and the Improving America’s Schools Act..............................................41Summation........................................................................................................43 School-to-Work/Workforce Training; Washington State and theNational and Federal Restructuring Agenda.................................................................45School-to-Work/Workforce Training — The Early Years....................................................45A State Workforce Training and Education System.........................................................51Federal Grants and Out-of-State Technical Assistance....................................................58Money With Strings Attached...................................................................................73The CQI/PMCI/HPWO Framework.............................................................................103National Influence in Washington State.....................................................................106Summation.......................................................................................................106 Appendices:A...................................................................................................................113B...................................................................................................................114C...................................................................................................................116D...................................................................................................................118E...................................................................................................................120F....................................................................................................................122G...................................................................................................................123H...................................................................................................................124I....................................................................................................................125J....................................................................................................................127K...................................................................................................................128L....................................................................................................................130
 © July 1997; Lynn M Stuter
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