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Spanish Education System 2009

Author: Antonia Parras Laguna
Publisher: Ministerio de Educación
ISBN: 8436952863
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One of the main tasks of the Institute for Teacher Training and Educational Research and Innovation (IFIIE), is, since decades, the periodic preparation of reports describing the Spanish education system in a detailed and up-to-date way. This report constitutes a brief version of the one recently carried out by the IFIIE: The Spanish Education System 2009. Its methodology of work has been structured into three stages: 1) search, analysis, choice and classification of both state and regional regulations as well as official statistics, 2) juxtaposition of the information obtained, presented in tables and figures, and 3) comparison in order to understand and identify trends and convergences and divergences in state and regional education. As a result, two volumes with complex, thorough and detailed information on the education system and its different aspects are provided. This brief version consists of 14.

Leading Educational Change Wisely

Author: Christopher M. Branson
Publisher: Sense Pub
ISBN: 9789460912542
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"... the view expressed in this text is that there has been a clearly discernable evolution in how best to lead educational change but we have yet to sufficiently understand the impact of change on people such that how best to lead educational change remains a mystery. Various writers have described this evolution as a shift from a predominantly transactional to an essentially transformational approach to leadership. Others describe this evolution as having moved leadership away from its self-centred, explicit, practical, and outcome-based focus and more towards a moral, implicit, relational, and human-centred style. The leadership of educational change has gone from implementing a prescribed process to more about building a professional culture that is able to embrace change."--Ch. 1. Introduction and overview, p. 5.

The Price We Pay

Author: Clive R. Belfield
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
ISBN: 0815708653
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While the high cost of education draws headlines, the cost of not educating America's children goes largely ignored. The Price We Pay remedies this oversight by highlighting the private and public costs of inadequate education. In this volume, leading scholars from a broad range of fields—including economics, education, demography, and public health—attach hard numbers to the relationship between educational attainment and such critical indicators as income, health, crime, dependence on public assistance, and political participation. They explore policy interventions that could boost the education system's performance and explain why demographic trends make the challenge of educating our youth so urgent today. Improving educational outcomes for at-risk youth is more than a noble goal. It is an investment with the potential to yield benefits that far outstrip its costs. The Price We Pay provides the tools readers need to analyze both sides of the balance sheet and make informed decisions about which policies will pay off. Contributors include Thomas Bailey (Teachers College, Columbia University), Ronald F. Ferguson (Harvard University), Irwin Garfinkel (Columbia University), Jane Junn (Rutgers University), Brendan Kelly (Columbia University), Enrico Moretti (UCLA), Peter Muennig (Columbia University), Michael Rebell (Teachers College, Columbia University), Richard Rothstein (Teachers College, Columbia University), Cecilia E. Rouse (Princeton University), Marta Tienda (Princeton University), Jane Waldfogel (Columbia University), and Tamara Wilder (Teachers College, Columbia University).

Research As A Basis For Teaching

Author: Lawrence Stenhouse
Publisher: Heinemann
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These selections from the work of Lawrence Stenhouse make a sustained argument for research as a basis for teaching.


Author: Walter Kintsch
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521629867
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In this landmark volume, Walter Kintsch presents a theory of human text comprehension that he has refined and developed over the past 20 years.

New Directions In Educational Evaluation

Author: Ernest R. House
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9781850000471
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This publication celebrates the 50th anniversary of the "Journal of Documentation". It reviews the progress of documentation and information provision.

Extremity Vol 1 Artist

Author: Daniel Warren Johnson
Publisher: Image Comics
ISBN: 1534306110
Size: 60.49 MB
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Thea dreams. Not of a better life, but of revenge on the clan that ruined her family. With ferocious battles between man, machines, and monsters ahead who knows where her quest for vengeance will take her? Creator DANIEL WARREN JOHNSON (Space Mullet) and colorist MIKE SPICER present a bold new vision, where the beauty and imagination of Studio Ghibli meet the intensity of Mad Max, in this all-new Skybound Original. Collects EXTREMITY #1-6