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Regarding Students…
What causes the dropout rate for African American Students?
How can students being bullied overcome their perpetrators?
How can lockout address truant students in school?
Regarding Parents…
What does family have to do with education?
Parents, who are your children’s “Joneses?”
How do we get parents back in the schools?
How can Parent University increase parental involvement?
How can marriage education programs support families?
Why do some parents choose charter schools for their children?
Regarding Teachers…
Is it time to pay teachers more money? If so, how should it be done?
How is learning contextualized at the Bethel Christian Academy?
Is there a place for online learning?
Regarding Curriculum…
How can schools better assess students’ learning?
Do AP, IB, or AICE courses determine America’s best high schools?
Should there be a framework for high performing schools?
Regarding School Systems…
What are the standards of the accreditation agency for school systems?
What is driving the selection of school chiefs?
How does the school system reach the boys in and out of the hood?
Is it time for schools to consider the pay-to-play strategy?
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Education Questions To Be Answered

Education Questions To Be Answered

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In a time of an uncertain economy, this book provides solutions for improving America’s schools through federal funding, programs, services, community partnerships, accreditation and leadership standards. The book can be very helpful to school stakeholders such as parents, teachers, principals and district administrators since the topics focus on the K-12 environments. With a plethora of references to support numerous suggestions, discrepancies and issues, this book can be useful to graduate students, professors, researchers, university administrators and education state agencies. While America’s schools are faced with numerous challenges in today’s society such as the lack of family stability and parental involvement, this book also provides a roadmap for successful and struggling schools in the U.S.
In a time of an uncertain economy, this book provides solutions for improving America’s schools through federal funding, programs, services, community partnerships, accreditation and leadership standards. The book can be very helpful to school stakeholders such as parents, teachers, principals and district administrators since the topics focus on the K-12 environments. With a plethora of references to support numerous suggestions, discrepancies and issues, this book can be useful to graduate students, professors, researchers, university administrators and education state agencies. While America’s schools are faced with numerous challenges in today’s society such as the lack of family stability and parental involvement, this book also provides a roadmap for successful and struggling schools in the U.S.

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