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Educational Change

Education is generally thought to promote social, economic, and cultural transformation during times of fundamental national and global changes. Indeed, educational change has become a common theme in many education systems and in plans for the development of schools. According to Seymour Sarason, the history of educational reform is replete

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Education Reform

(Just Now) OVERVIEW Jacob E. Adams Jr. REPORTS OF HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE Rick Ginsberg. OVERVIEW. In 1983 American education reform entered a new era. It was in that year that …

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Education Reform

(2 days ago) Issues of Secondary Education (1936) and Functions of Secondary Education (1937) produced recommendations and key functions for secondary schools, including the idea of universal …

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Globalization of Education

(7 days ago) A massive spread of education and of Westernoriented norms of learning at all levels in the twentieth century and the consequences of widely available schooling are a large part of the …

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School, Education, Percent, and Secondary

(9 days ago) Education is compulsory for children aged 5 to 14. Religious denominations operate the majority of primary schools, which enrolled 47,200 students in the early 1990s. Religious institutions …

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Johann Herbart (1776–1841)

(8 days ago) Chief works related to education from his Göttingen period are Über die ästhetische Darstellung der Welt als das Hauptgeschäft der Erziehung (On the aesthetic representation of the world as …

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