3 edition of Contemporary issues in higher education found in the catalog.
Contemporary issues in higher education
1979 by Osmania University : sole distributors, Booklinks Corp. in Hyderabad, India .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[editors], Y. Raghavaiah and N.Y. Reddy.|
|Contributions||Raghavaiah, Y., Yadagiri Reddy, N.|
|LC Classifications||LB2325 .C6836|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 156 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||80900275|
Social Class and Race in Admissions We saw earlier in this chapter that African American, Latino, and low-income students are less likely to attend college. Dr Howie suggest that the increased use of new technologies into higher education has modified not only what and how education is delivered but also provided a vehicle for the restructuring of the sector to meet these political ends. Grieving over the ugliness on display shifted into planning for groups that are intent on staging hateful conflicts on campuses across the country. Contrast these schools with those Kozol visited in suburbs.
Discuss how and why social inequality in the larger society manifests itself in higher education. As the cost of compliance and lawsuits rises, institutions may re-evaluate participation. During the s and s, states, municipalities, and federal courts tried to reduce de facto segregation by busing urban African American children to suburban white schools and, less often, by busing white suburban children to African American urban schools. In FebruaryAmy Bishop, a biology professor at the University of Alabama in Huntsville who had recently been denied tenure, allegedly shot and killed three faculty at a department meeting and wounded three others.
Cost Higher education can cost students and their parents tens of thousands of dollars per year. This expense prevents many students from going to college and puts many students and parents into considerable debt. The argument for boys rests on a different set of reasons Sax, MeToo movement in the academy. In Chapter Two Gillian Howie analyses how harmony exists between quality audit processes and the functional purpose of the higher education system to produce performance driven, social ends.
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Schools were either all white or all African American, and, inevitably, white schools were much better funded than African American schools.
Polls have found gaps among men, rural Americans and Republicans in belief that a college education is worth the price, and policy makers have begun to emphasize vocational education and apprenticeships over traditional college pathways.
These programs, the advocates add, also help improve the public schools by forcing them to compete for students with their private and parochial counterparts. Schools in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the U. We soil them needlessly. Inless than half of all U.
Boyer in InWashington D. However, the picture changes when low achievers in the U. Opponents of racial affirmative action argue that the program actually benefits middle- and upper-class people of color at the expense of lower class European Americans and Asian Americans.
However, Collins' school was forced to close in due to lack of sufficient enrollment and funding. Articles dealing with the education of preschoolers, K children, adults, and the elderly are all relevant if they apply psychological theory and science to the process of education.
This type of segregation is called de facto segregation. However, the division varies widely. Kozol was shocked to see that his school was literally falling apart.
Judicial intervention The reliance on local funding sources has led to a long history of court challenges about how states fund their schools. Full Article PDF Show Abstract Positioned in the context of experiential learning, this paper reports findings of a virtual reality field trip VRFT in conjunction with an in-person field trip involving preservice teachers in an elementary science methods course to a local natural history museum.
The background and results of these cases are analyzed in a book by Eric Hanushek and Alfred Lindseth. The schools they attend compound their problems and help ensure that the American ideal of equal opportunity for all remains just that—an ideal—rather than reality. What to do: Scrutinize your safety practices and policies.
However, students who receive aid may still have bills totaling thousands of dollars annually and graduate with huge loans to repay. Violent activism and balancing free speech, safety and climate. Leibow says these medications are often helpful but worries that they are overprescribed.
Contrast these schools with those Kozol visited in suburbs. Since the development of social bonding theory, most studies testing it have focused on family and school bonds. In in Kansas City, Missouri, a judge ordered the school district to raise taxes and spend more money on public education.
School Vouchers and School Choice Another issue involving schools today is school choice. Reckoning with the racist past. Full access to this book and over 94, more Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles Access to powerful writing and research tools Book details.
As the cost of compliance and lawsuits rises, institutions may re-evaluate participation. White parents opposed it because they did not want their children bused to urban schools, where, they feared, the children would receive an inferior education and face risks to their safety.
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Graduation Rates For the sakes of students and their colleges and universities, it is important that as many students as possible go on to earn their diplomas.Contemporary Issues in Learning and Teaching. looks at current issues across the three key areas of policy, learning and practice.
It will help you to think critically on your Education course, and to make connections between the processes of learning and the practicalities of teaching.
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