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Oppositional culture

Oppositional culture, also known as the "blocked opportunities framework" or the "caste theory of education", is the term most frequently used in the study of sociology of education to explain racial differences in educational attainment, particu ...

                                               

Oracy

The term possession of the spoken language was invented joy, a British researcher and educator in the 1960-ies. This word is formed by analogy with literacy. The goal is to draw attention to the neglect of oral skills in education.

                                               

Pay-for-Performance (Federal Government)

Payment by results is a method of employee motivation to improve performance in the Federal government of the United States, offering incentives such as salary increase, bonuses and benefits. Its a similar concept to merit pay for public teachers ...

                                               

Death of Tim Piazza

Timothy John Piazza died as a result of hazing in beta theta PI fraternity at the Pennsylvania state University in University Park, PA. The incident led to the closure of the Chapter fraternitys at the University and, as of November 14, 2017, to ...

                                               

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is "illegal appropriation" and "stealing and publication" of another authors "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions" and the representation of them as your own original work. Plagiarism is considered academic dishonesty and a viola ...

                                               

The Price of Admission

The price of admission: how the ruling class of America buys its way into elite colleges - and who is left outside the gates is a book, 2005 Daniel Golden, a Pulitzer prize winner in journalism. The book criticizes admission into elite American u ...

                                               

Privacy in education

Privacy in education refers to the broad field of ideology, practice and legislation, which provide the right to inviolability of private life of persons in the education system. Concepts that are usually associated with privacy in the field of e ...

                                               

Racial achievement gap in the United States

The racial achievement gap in the United States refers to the differences in academic performance between different ethnic groups. It manifests itself in various ways: among students, African-Americans, Latinos, and Chicano students are more like ...

                                               

Ragging

Fragmentation is the term used for the so-called "initiation ritual" practiced in higher educational institutions in South Asia, including India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. This practice similar to hazing in North America, bizutage in French, prax ...

                                               

School health and nutrition services

School health and nutrition services are services provided within the school system to improve the health and well-being of children, and in some cases whole families and the wider community. These services were developed in different ways around ...

                                               

School security

School safety encompasses all measures taken to combat threats to people and property in the secondary school. One term that is connected to School safety School safety is defined as protection of students from violence and bullying, and exposure ...

                                               

School shooting

A school shooting is an attack on the school, e.g. primary school, secondary school or University involving the use of firearms. Many school shootings are also classified as mass shootings because of the numerous victims. This phenomenon is most ...

                                               

School uniform

School uniform is shape worn by students primarily at the school or other educational institution. They are common in primary and secondary schools in different countries. Although often used interchangeably, there is an important difference betw ...

                                               

School uniforms by country

School uniform is a practice that dates back to the 16th century in the United Kingdom. It is believed that Christs medical school in London in 1552 was the first school to use a uniform for students. The earliest documentary evidence of institut ...

                                               

School-related gender-based violence

School gender-based violence can be defined as acts or threats of sexual, physical or psychological violence takes place in and around the school. This type of violence because of gender norms and stereotypes. It can include verbal abuse, bullyin ...

                                               

Senioritis

Senioritis is a colloquial term mainly used in the United States and Canada to describe the decreased motivation towards studies displayed on students who are approaching the end of their high school, College, graduate school and career, or the e ...

                                               

Small schools movement

Small schools movement, also known as the small schools initiative, in the United States of America believes that many universities are too large and should be reorganized into smaller, Autonomous school of 400 students, and optimally under 200. ...

                                               

Social promotion

Social promotion is the practice of promoting a student to the next grade after the end of the current academic year, regardless if they have learned the required material or if they are frequently absent. This is done in order to keep students w ...

                                               

Laura Spence Affair

The Laura Spence affair was a British political controversy in 2000, ignited after the failure of high-flying state school pupil Laura Spence to secure a place at Oxford University.

                                               

STEM pipeline

The stem pipeline is an educational pathway for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The beginning and the end of the stem pipeline are controversial, but it is often considered in the early education and out into the exh ...

                                               

The Student as Nigger

The student as nigger is the title of the essay and subsequent book by American educator Jerry Farber. The essay first appeared in the Los Angeles Free Press in 1967, and is often referred to as one of the first underground publications to receiv ...

                                               

Student–teacher ratio

The student–teacher or student faculty ratio number of students who are studying in school or University divided by the number of teachers in the institution. For example, student–teacher ratio of 10:1 means there are 10 students per teacher. Thi ...

                                               

Test anxiety

Test anxiety is a combination of excessive physiological arousal, tension and somatic symptoms along with worry, fear of failure, and catastrophizing, that occur before or during test situations. Is a physiological condition in which people exper ...

                                               

Textbooks in Israel

With animals, the compulsory education act provides for free and compulsory education for all children aged 5 to 18 years, with the last year of kindergarten to 12th grade.

                                               

Tiger parenting

Tiger parenting is strict or demanding parents. Tiger parents push and pressure their children to achieve a high level of academic achievement or success of the high-status extracurricular activities such as music, using authoritarian parenting t ...

                                               

Word gap

The term the 30 million words gap was initially invented by Betty HART and Todd R. Risley in their book meaningful differences in everyday experiences of young American children, and subsequently reprinted in the article "the early catastrophe: t ...

                                               

Working class education

Until the 19th century, education in the interests of most members of society was elementary and only an elite received higher education. It was designed to provide members of each social class with an education appropriate to their anticipated f ...

                                               

XF (grade)

Awesome letter grade used at some U.S. colleges, to identify any students who stopped the course after the return period has expired, or who are caught committing fraud. It was intended to make it clear from the transcripts why the failing grade ...

                                               

Year-round school in the United States

Year-round school practice, students attend school with no traditional summer break necessary for agricultural practices in the past. Ten percent of us are currently public schools use year-round. Research in the spotlight year-round education ad ...

                                               

Youth activism

Youth activities is the involvement of young people in community organizing for social change. Youth participation in social change focuses more on issue-oriented activism than traditional partisan or electoral politics. Youth take a leading role ...

                                               

Argentine Law 1420

The law 1420 of common education of Argentina has become a significant national laws that dictated public compulsory, free and secular education. It was adopted in 1884, during President Julio Argentino ROCA, after a number of similar laws at the ...

                                               

Bantu Education Act, 1953

The education act of 1953 the Bantu South African segregation law which legalised several aspects of the apartheid system. Its main provisions provide racially separated educational institutions. Even universities were made "tribal", and all but ...

                                               

Education Act 1872 (Victoria)

The education act of 1872 removed public funding of nonpublic schools and established a new Department of education to control the public schools, and later entered the state of Victoria.

                                               

Education Act 1877

The education act 1877 established twelve regional education boards in New Zealand after the provinces were abolished and the Central government took control of education.

                                               

Grammar Schools Act 1860

Law school 1860 was adopted by Queensland first Parliament in 1860 and allowed to create a grammar school in any town where £1000 could be raised locally. In the period between 1863 and 1892, ten of the school was opened under the auspices of the ...

                                               

Information held under Section 142 of the Education Act 2002

List 99 was controversial, confidential register of persons barred from working with children by the Department of education and skills in the United Kingdom. The list contained names, dates of birth, aliases, and national insurance numbers of pe ...

                                               

Jules Ferry laws

Jules ferry laws are a set of French laws which established free education in 1881, after the compulsory and secular education in 1882. Jules ferry, a lawyer, who served as Minister of public education in the 1880s, is widely credited for creatin ...

                                               

Laws requiring teaching of the Holocaust

In some countries there are laws that require the reporting of the actions of the German government against Jews in its territory during the period, governments control the National socialist German workers party from 1933 to 1945, usually referr ...

                                               

Leonard Law

Leonard law California law adopted in 1992 and amended in 2006, with regard to the First amendment to the U.S. Constitution, private and public colleges and Universities. The law also applies Article I, section 2 of the Constitution of California ...

                                               

Lowry Bill

The Lowry bill, also known as the Act and the Lowry normal school bill, was a bill introduced in 1910 in the Ohio state legislature, which calls for the establishment of two state normal schools in Northern Ohio, one in northeast and one in the N ...

                                               

Myanmar National Education Law 2014

Myanmar national education law, enacted on September 30, 2014, was aimed at reforming the countrys outdated education system. Called in March 2014, the bill was adopted after being sent back to the floor with President Thein Sein 25 the proposed ...

                                               

Polish student ID

Polish student ID card-a document certifying that the person is studying at the University in Poland.

                                               

Raising of school leaving age in England and Wales

Education of school age is the term used by the government to change the age at which a child can leave compulsory education in England and Wales in accordance with the education Act. In England and Wales the age was raised several times since th ...

                                               

School-leaving age

School age is the minimum age person is legally allowed to end a visit to the Institute of compulsory secondary education. Most countries have their school-age full-time age, which allows a smooth transition from education to employment, and a fe ...

                                               

Education Update

Updating education is an American non-profit monthly newspaper published in new York. He focuses on issues related to education and has a circulation of about 100.000. Publisher, pensions, education Professor Paul Rosen, began the newspaper at th ...

                                               

A Nation Deceived

A nation deceived: how schools hold back Americas brightest students National report on acceleration the Templeton report, which was published in 2004 under the editorship of Nicholas Colangelo, Susan G. Assouline, and Miraca gross. This report a ...

                                               

A Nation Empowered

A nation empowered: evidence trumps the excuses holding back Americas brightest students is the sequel to the report of 2004, the people were deceived. The people empowered a national, research-based reports on the use of academic acceleration fo ...

                                               

Now You See It (book)

Now you see it: how the brain science of attention will transform the way we live, work and learn book by Cuny graduate Center Professor Cathy Davidson has published a press-the Viking from August 19, 2011.

                                               

Sally Ride Science

Sally Ride science at UC San Diego is a nonprofit organization administered by the University of California, San Diego. It was founded as a company in 2001, Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, along with the There OShaughnessy, Karen F ...

                                               

African-American Baseline Essays

African-American baseline Essays are a series of training materials commissioned in 1987, the Portland public schools in Portland, Oregon, and the originator of the Asa Grant Hilliard III and aims to "provide information about the history, cultur ...

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