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Education policy analysis Archives, Arizona, state university, mary lou fulton collage of education, Department Member. Information about the open access journal Education policy analysis Archives in DOAJ.DOJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality. This channel will help to know you more necessary information about Blood Education and its huge description. Thanks for watching my video, like, comment, share please and don’t forget subscribe my channel for getting more latest videos.
What is EDUCATION POLICY? What does EDUCATION POLICY mean? EDUCATION POLICY meaning & explanation
 
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✪✪✪✪✪ WANT VIDEO LIKE THIS ONE? ORDER IT HERE FROM INDUSTRY EXPERTS - http://bit.ly/2IlNl98 ✪✪✪✪✪ ✪✪✪✪✪ The Audiopedia Android application, INSTALL NOW - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wTheAudiopedia_8069473 ✪✪✪✪✪ What is EDUCATION POLICY? What does EDUCATION POLICY mean? EDUCATION POLICY meaning - EDUCATION POLICY definition - EDUCATION POLICY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Education policy are the principles and government policy-making in the educational sphere, as well as the collection of laws and rules that govern the operation of education systems. Education occurs in many forms for many purposes through many institutions. Examples include early childhood education, kindergarten through to 12th grade, two and four year colleges or universities, graduate and professional education, adult education and job training. Therefore, education policy can directly affect the education people engage in at all ages. Examples of areas subject to debate in education policy, specifically from the field of schools, include school size, class size, school choice, school privatization, tracking, teacher education and certification, teacher pay, teaching methods, curricular content, graduation requirements, school infrastructure investment, and the values that schools are expected to uphold and model. Issues in education policy also address problems within higher education. The Pell Institute analyzes the barriers experienced by teachers and students within community colleges and universities. These issues involve undocumented students, sex education, and federal grant aides. Education policy analysis is the scholarly study of education policy. It seeks to answer questions about the purpose of education, the objectives (societal and personal) that it is designed to attain, the methods for attaining them and the tools for measuring their success or failure. Research intended to inform education policy is carried out in a wide variety of institutions and in many academic disciplines. Important researchers are affiliated with departments of psychology, economics, sociology, and human development, in addition to schools and departments of education or public policy. Examples of education policy analysis may be found in such academic journals as Education Policy Analysis Archives and in university policy centers such as the National Education Policy Center housed at the University of Colorado Boulder University of Colorado Boulder.
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Education policy analysis archives
 
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In this article, we examine policies related to in-state resident tuition and state financial aid policies aimed at undocumented students. To help frame the discussion and spark further debate and research in this area the article seeks to do three things. First, it provides a comprehensive review and institutional in- state tuition policies aimed at undocumented students as well as…. Thank you guys for watching my video. If you want to wait for next videos then don’t forget to subscribe and please Like, Comment and Share.
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10 years of teacher evaluation in Chile. EPAA (Education Policy Analysis Archives)
 
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La publicación EPAA (Education Policy Analysis Archives) ha publicado recientemente tres artículos vinculados a la educación chilena, incluyendo uno que describe y analiza la experiencia de nuestro país en la aplicación de un sistema de evaluación de profesores multi método y basado en estándares. El artículo fue escrito por Sandy Taut, investigadora asociada a MIDE UC y Yulan Sun, gerente del proyecto Docentemás del mismo centro, que asesora técnicamente al MINEDUC en la implementación de este sistema conocido como “Docentemás”. Taut, S. and Sun, Y. (2014) The Development and Implementation of a National, Standards-based, Multi-method Teacher Performance Assessment System in Chile. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 22 (71). Accesible en http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1468 Assessing teaching performance is a contentious issue in current educational policy in many countries. In Chile, a national, standards-based, multi-method, mandatory teacher evaluation system has been in place since 2003 to assess the performance of about 70, 000 public school teachers from pre-school to high school. The Chilean system combines formative and summative purposes and uses four instruments: a structured portfolio, a peer interview, supervisor questionnaires, and a self-assessment. In this paper we analyze the Chilean system as a case of interest regarding some controversial issues in teacher evaluation today. To this end we describe the system's political background, implementation process and results. We put a special focus on the development and evolution of its evaluation instruments; we discuss their strengths and limitations and review the research evidence regarding their validity and reliability. Finally, we reflect on the Chilean experience in terms of the insights it can provide into teacher performance assessment for an international audience."
Nadia Ahmed | Center for Education Policy Analysis
 
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Nadia Ahmed | Center for Education Policy Analysis
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Education Policy Analysis, HED 4242, Marie
 
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Introduction and thoughts about education, paradoxes, wicked problems and critical policy ideas.
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Policy Analysis Related to Education - Global Skills
 
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Elements, influences and indicators impacting evolution of knowledge based economies. Social Policy Research / Elders Circle of Community Care
EPAA Teach for All
 
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Commentary on EPAA's special issue "Teach for All and Global Education Reform" by guest co-editors Daniel Friedrich and Rolf Straubhaar.
EPAA: Anderson & Cohen on Redesigning the Identities of Teachers and Leaders
 
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Video Commentary on a paper entitled, "Redesigning the Identities of Teachers and Leaders: A Framework for Studying New Professionalism and Educator Resistance," by Gary Anderson (New York University) and Michael I. Cohen (University of Northern Colorado), published in Education Policy Analysis Archives, September, 2015.
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MWCME 2013 - Values of Archives for Education
 
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Al Brock presents a talk on "Values of Archives for Education" at the 2013 Midwest Conference on Masonic Education, held May 3-5, 2013 in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Multilevel Policy Analysis
 
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This video brief uses the example of the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 to bring to life the concept of multilevel implementation analysis. This framework analyzes how policy is implemented at multiple levels including the frontlines level, the organizational level and the policy field level. Based on ideas from "Effective Implementation in Practice: Integrating Public Policy and Management" by Jodi Sandfort and Stephanie Moulton, (Jossey-Bass, 2015). For learning materials on more policy and management topics, visit the Hubert Project at www.hubertproject.org
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Policy Analysis
 
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Analysis of the Education Policy in the Growing Success document
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EPAA: Prof. Cabral on Higher Education & People with Disabilities
 
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Article published by "Education Policy Analysis Archives" - a peer-reviewed, independent, open-access, multilingual journal. Available at: https://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/3364
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Education Policy Institute 2017 Annual Lecture with Andreas Schleicher
 
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In November the Education Policy Institute 2017 Annual Lecture was delivered at the ICAEW in London by OECD Director for Education and Skills and head of PISA, Andreas Schleicher. This year’s lecture centred on the theme of what English education can learn from other countries – where Andreas Schleicher discussed areas including the curriculum, digital skills, tackling disadvantage in education, teacher experiences, and student wellbeing. Find out more about EPI and our research here: https://epi.org.uk/
EVAAS, Value-Added and Teacher Branding
 
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To read the full study click here: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1096 Reference: Amrein-Beardsley, A., & Collins, C. (2012). The SAS Education Value-Added Assessment System (SAS® EVAAS®) in the Houston Independent School District (HISD): Intended and Unintended Consequences. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 20(12) The SAS Educational Value-Added Assessment System (SAS® EVAAS®) is the most widely used value-added system in the country. It is also self-proclaimed as "the most robust and reliable" system available, with its greatest benefit to help educators improve their teaching practices. This study critically examined the effects of SAS® EVAAS® as experienced by teachers, in one of the largest, high-needs urban school districts in the nation -- the Houston Independent School District (HISD). Using a multiple methods approach, this study critically analyzed retrospective quantitative and qualitative data to better comprehend and understand the evidence collected from four teachers whose contracts were not renewed in the summer of 2011, in part given their low SAS® EVAAS® scores. This study also suggests some intended and unintended effects that seem to be occurring as a result of SAS® EVAAS® implementation in HISD. In addition to issues with reliability, bias, teacher attribution, and validity, high-stakes use of SAS® EVAAS® in this district seems to be exacerbating unintended effects.
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Complexity and Scale in Teaching Effectiveness Research: Reflections from the MET Study
 
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Dr. Bryant Jensen (BYU) Dr. Tanner LeBaron Wallace (Univ. of Pittsburgh), and Dr. Matthew Steinberg (Univ. of Pennsylvania) provide an overview of their 2019 article in Education Policy Analysis Archives
Educational Assessments
 
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This video discusses different types of assessments that educators use and two pitfalls of standardized tests. This is the citation for the article referenced in this video. Palardy, Gregory J., and Luyao Peng. "The Effect of Summer on Value-Added Assessments of Teacher and School Achievement." Education Policy Analysis Archives 23.92 (2015): 1-26. Ebscohost. Web. 1 Dec. 2016.
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Education-Related Archives
 
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Inside the Academy: Gene Glass
 
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Gene V Glass is a Research Professor in the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Regents' Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University. Having made substantial contributions to education statistics and educational policy research, his work as a pioneer of meta-analysis has been recognized as one of 40 scholarly contributions that have changed psychology. As past president of the American Educational Research Association and the author of more than a dozen books and nearly two hundred scholarly articles, Dr. Glass now advocates for the expansion of open access to scholarship through free, online publications. Glass is also the founding editor of Education Policy Analysis Archives, the International Journal of Education and the Arts, and Education Review. In 2006, AERA honored Dr. Glass with the Distinguished Contributions for Educational Research award. Twice honored with the Palmer O. Johnson Award (AERA, 1968 and 1970) and a recipient of the Paul Lazarsfeld Award (1984) of the American Evaluation Association, Dr. Glass is most recently the author of the book Fertilizers, Pills, and Magnetic Strips: The Fate of Public Education in America. BlueDream Production, www.BlueDream.tv
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A Student's View on Standardized Testing
 
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Gemma Venuti, a student at College of the Atlantic, discusses two very different high school experiences — one at a traditional high school using high-stakes testing and one at a school using performance assessment. This video is part of a special series by SCOPE and the Education Policy Analysis Archives, "A New Paradigm for Educational Accountability." See the full series at this link: https://edpolicy.stanford.edu/publications/pubs/1294
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Future directions of public policy (1979) | ARCHIVES
 
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December 12, 1979: It is in the American nature and tradition to look upon the rising sun, a new day, a new year, and particularly a new decade as an opportunity to pursue with new energy our vision of a good and just society. To give perspective to so broad a subject, this discussion focuses on the economy, on domestic policy, on the state of America's institutions, and on foreign affairs. In 1980, transcripts were available by mail for a small fee. Today, they're available to you for free at this link: https://goo.gl/oEMQyC Panelists: Peter Berger – Professor of Sociology, Boston College and Co-Director, AEI Mediating Structures Project Irving Kristol – Professor of Social Thought, New York University Graduate School of Business Paul W. MacAvoy – Professor of Economics, Yale University, and AEI Adjunct Scholar Michael Novak – AEI Resident Scholar Moderator: John Charles Daly Host: Peter Hackes Subscribe to AEI's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/AEIVideos?sub_confirmation=1 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AEIonline Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AEI For more information http://www.aei.org Third-party photos, graphics, and video clips in this video may have been cropped or reframed. Music in this video may have been recut from its original arrangement and timing. In the event this video uses Creative Commons assets: If not noted in the description, titles for Creative Commons assets used in this video can be found at the link provided after each asset. The use of third-party photos, graphics, video clips, and/or music in this video does not constitute an endorsement from the artists and producers licensing those materials. AEI operates independently of any political party and does not take institutional positions on any issues. AEI scholars, fellows, and their guests frequently take positions on policy and other issues. When they do, they speak for themselves and not for AEI or its trustees or other scholars or employees. More information on AEI research integrity can be found here: http://www.aei.org/about/ #aei #news #politics #government #education
Why businesses should work like a a university: Michael Harris at TEDxSMU
 
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Michael S. Harris is an associate professor of higher education and director of the higher education program. His scholarly interests are in public policy and the organization of public higher education. He is currently exploring the issue of institutional diversity and the interplay between market forces, government involvement, and higher education. Harris published a monograph on the subject entitled, "Understanding Institutional Diversity in American Higher Education." His work has been published in the Journal of Higher Education, Research in Higher Education, Innovative Higher Education, Planning for Higher Education, Community College Journal of Research and Practice, Trusteeship, and reported by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Harris currently serves as a Member-at-large of Division J (Postsecondary) within the American Educational Research Association. He serves on the advisory board of the ASHE monograph series and reviews for the Journal of Higher Education, Routledge, Innovative Higher Education, Education Policy Analysis Archives, International Journal of Management in Education, and other leading journals as well as the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE). He holds a B.A. from the University of North Carolina in American History, a M.Ed. and Ed.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in higher education administration. In 2004, he received the AERA Division J Dissertation of the Year award. About TEDx, x = independently organized event: In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Becky Pittard: Investing in Teacher Professionalism Creates Excellent Teachers
 
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Elementary school teacher Becky Pittard discusses implementing innovation in the classroom. This video is part of a special series by SCOPE and the Education Policy Analysis Archives, "A New Paradigm for Educational Accountability." See the full series at this link: https://edpolicy.stanford.edu/publications/pubs/1294
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Lily Eskelsen García: High Quality Preparation & Supports for Teachers
 
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Lily Eskelsen García, President of the the National Education Association, discusses the critical role of teachers in achieving equity and excellence for all students and the kinds of preparation, supports, and resources that are required to develop excellent teachers. This video is part of a special series by SCOPE and the Education Policy Analysis Archives, "A New Paradigm for Educational Accountability." See the full series at this link: https://edpolicy.stanford.edu/publications/pubs/1294
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The Media Got it Wrong!
 
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Video summary of: Piazza, P. (2014). The media got it wrong! A critical discourse analysis of changes to the educational policy making arena. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 22(36). Retrieved from http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1438
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Arguing Atheism | Peter Boghossian and Stefan Molyneux
 
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Podcast: http://www.fdrurl.com/FDR2169 Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio defends Jesus - and discusses faith, reason, philosophy and religion with Dr Peter Boghossian. Dr. Peter Boghossian's main focus is bringing the tools of professional philosophers to people in a wide variety of contexts. Peter has a teaching pedigree spanning more than 20 years and 30 thousand students--in prisons, hospitals, public and private schools, seminaries, colleges and universities, Fortune 100 companies and small businesses. His fundamental objective is to teach people how to think through what often seem to be intractable problems. Peter's primary research areas are critical thinking and moral reasoning. His doctoral research studies, funded by the State of Oregon and supported by the Oregon Department of Corrections, consisted of using the Socratic method to help prison inmates to increase their critical thinking and moral reasoning abilities and to increase their desistance to criminal behavior. Peter's publications can be found in Diálogos, Education Policy Analysis Archives, The Clearing House: Educational Research Controversy and Practices, The Radical Academy; Offender Programs Report, Teaching Philosophy, Corrections Today, Informal Logic, The Skeptic, Journal of Philosophy of Education, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Inside Higher Ed, Essays in Philosophy, Federal Probation Journal, and the Journal of Correctional Education. If you'd like to learn more about his scholarship, his podcast interview with Philosophy News http://www.philosophynews.com/post/2011/12/05/Interview-with-Peter-Boghossian.aspx is a great place to start. His work has been noted on The Huffington Post, The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Science and Reason, and other media outlets; he was an invited guest on the Lars Larson Show, interviewed for the cover story of the Mercury, and advocated via social media by the Executive Director of the Skeptic Society, Michael Shermer, and bestselling author and head of Project Reason, Sam Harris. Peter was a Councilman for the State of Oregon (LSTA), an advisor to Sockeye Magazine and The Weekly Alibi, wrote national philosophy curricula for the University of Phoenix and was a research fellow for the National Center for Teaching and Learning. Currently, he is the Chairman of the Prison Advisory Committee for Columbia River Correctional Institution, teaches Critical Thinking, Science and Pseudoscience, the Philosophy of Education, and Atheism at Portland State University, is an Affiliate Research Assistant Professor Oregon Health Science University, is Co-Director and Co-Founder (with Dr. Randy Blazak) of PSU's Center for Correction's Research, and a speaker for the Center for Inquiry http://www.centerforinquiry.net/speakers/boghossian_peter. When he's not working, Peter spends time with his family, practices jiu jutsu, watches science fiction movies and television (Stargate Universe, Battlestar Galactica, Misfits, Fringe), and plays computer games (Star Craft 2, Fallout 3, Skyrim, Diablo III). You can follow Peter on Twitter @peterboghossian. If you want to join Peter's mailing list and learn about his upcoming public lectures and debates, from your mobile phone text "DELUSION" + your email address to 22333, or enter your email address on the bottom right of this page: http://philosophynews.com/peterboghossian Freedomain Radio is the largest and most popular philosophy show on the web - http://www.freedomainradio.com
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South Africa - Black And White Education Policies
 
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T/I: 10:04:08 EDUCATION POLICIES: BLACK AND WHITE Gauteng, South Africa Natsot Duration: 2.53" On of the toughest tests facing South African President, Nelson Mandela's government is to change the apartheid system of education, especially for black South Africans. More than two million pupils in the city of Gauteng went back to school recently following a call from the local government. Under Mandela's government the plan is to intergate the two communities by having all students follow the same school calendar and curricula for the first time in the history of South Africa. But the government has faced criticism from education bodies over its failure so far to address the question of overcrowding in schools, and the thousands of newly qualified teachers who are unemployed. There are reports in Gauteng, that some principals of allegedly the white conservative Afrikaaners, turned black pupils away, claiming overcrowding at their schools. If confirmed, that would be a direct challenge to government policy. It would also be a return to the country's discriminatory ways. SHOWS: WS of empty dilapidated school building. Black pupils. School beginners looking tense. Pupils at assembly. School teacher at assembly point, SOT: "If you as students, teachers as educators and your parents are involved in your education, that is all that we require, commitment by you." Pupils preparing classrooms. Sandown multiracial high school. Two shot of black/white pupils. South African Democratic Teachers Union, Mr Thulas Nxesi, SOT: "We are saying that as a union, we cannot accept a situation where we have some of the facilities are being wasted and underutilised whilst there's overcrowding in our black schools. There are also teachers who are unemployed." Pupils preparing classrooms for teaching. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cda9361dc9028ba161da15c805f6b4a8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Beyond Year One: Investing in Teachers as the Education Leaders They Are
 
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Watch the session from Teach For Americas 25th Anniversary Summit - Beyond Year One: Investing in Teachers as the Education Leaders They Are. Jim sh shares how God uses great teachers to impact and transform the lives of our students. Learn more at Elementary school teacher Becky Pittard discusses implementing innovation in the classroom. This video is part of a special series by SCOPE and the Education Policy Analysis Archives, A New. Audio book available for free here - GENIUS WITHIN - The Best 101 Rules For Success 1 hour 20 Minutes Motivational Video featuring motivational quotes and advice from.
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How communities can support teachers through innovative housing solutions | Gregg Garn | TEDxOU
 
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In the 19th century, teachers were often provided free housing in the form of a teacherage. In this talk Gregg Garn discusses innovative ways to modernize this idea for the 21st century and improve quality of life for our communities' best teachers. Gregg A. Garn, Ph.D., is the Dean of the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education at the University of Oklahoma and the executive dir ector of the K20 Center for Educational and Community Renewal.  He holds the Humphreys Dean’s Chair and the Linda Clarke Anderson Presidential Professorship. He is a professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. Dr. Garn is active in several national organizations, including the Politics of Education Association, the University Council for Educational Administration, and the American Educational Research Association.  His research agenda centers on school choice, policy development and implementation and the politics of education. He has authored articles in Educational Administration Quarterly, Education and Urban Society, Education Policy Analysis Archives, Journal of School Leadership and Educational Leadership. He has served as PI or Co-PI on projects overseeing over $40 million in grants from various government and private funders. He has wo This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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How to Foster Critical Thinking in Children   Peter Boghossian
 
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Peter Boghossian is and instructor of philosophy at Portland State University. His main focus is bringing the tools of professional philosophers to people in a wide variety of contexts. Peter has a teaching pedigree spanning more than 20 years and 30 thousand students - in prisons, hospitals, public and private schools, seminaries, colleges and universities, Fortune 100 companies, and small businesses. His fundamental objective is to teach people how to think through what often seem to be intractable problems. Peter's primary research areas are critical thinking and moral reasoning. His doctoral research studies, funded by the State of Oregon and supported by the Oregon Department of Corrections, consisted of using the Socratic method to help prison inmates to increase their critical thinking and moral reasoning abilities and to increase their desistance to criminal behavior. Peter's publications can be found in Diálogos, The Philosopher's Magazine, Skeptical Inquirer, Education Policy Analysis Archived, The Clearing House: Educational Research Controversy and Practices, The Radical Academy, Offender Programs Support, Teaching Philosophy, Corrections Today, Informal Logic, The Skeptic, Journal of Philosophy of Education, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Inside Higher Ed, Essays in Philosophy, Federal Probation Journal, and the Journal of Correctional Education. Peter was a Councilman for the State of Oregon (LSTA), the Chairman of the Prison Advisory Committee for Columbia River Correctional Institution, an advisor to Sockeye Magazine and The Weekly Alibi, wrote national philosophy curricula for the University of Phoenix, and was a research fellow for the National Center for Teaching and Learning. He teaches Critical Thinking, Science and Pseudoscience, the Philosophy of Education, and Atheism and New Atheism at Portland State University, is an Affiliate Reseearch Assistant Professor at Oregon Health Sciences University in the Department of General Internal Medicine, is a national speaker for the Center for Inquiry, a national speaker for the Secular Student Alliance, and an international speaker for the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science. When he's not working, Peter spends time with his family, practices jiu jutsu, and watches science fiction movies and television. You can follow Peter on Twitter @peterboghossian. Peter's book, A Manual for Creating Atheists, is available here: http://tinyurl.com/qjbs77u These videos are published out of love in the hope of improving the world by improving the lives of children. If you would like to show your support or book a communication coaching session to improve your relationships with your children, partner, friends or colleagues, please email [email protected] for details. Or visit my website at www.enrichyourlife.co
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Homeschooling versus Traditional Public and Private Schooling
 
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PDF version here: https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=www.freepdfconvert.com/result/downloadfile/d4747e98-b7a1-4160-9bb3-e87915c240b5 PowerPoint presentation: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxi2IQ4zLkItQ2VtSHRMZ0RpWWc/edit?usp=sharing INTRO: This video examines the advantages and disadvantages of homeschooling versus traditional public and private schools. The modern homeschooling movement is a relatively new phenomenon, and although much has been written about its growing popularity very little is really known about how well it works. Most of the literature relies on anecdotal evidence, and scholars freely acknowledge the lack of hard data on the subject. Most authors agree that there are both advantages and disadvantages to homeschooling, with most reporting that the benefits outweigh any potential drawbacks (Ray, 74; Lines, 81). However most of the literature is a product of the homeschooling movement and may contain "obvious biases." Without a systematic survey of test scores and sociological studies, assessing the benefits of homeschooling is mostly guesswork from limited and selective data. Work Cited Cogan, Michael (2010). "Exploring Academic Outcomes of Homeschooled Students." Journal of College Admission 208 (Summer): 18-25. U.S. Department of Education. Hill, Paul T. "Home Schooling and the Future of Public Education" Peabody Journal of Education 75 (2000): 20-31. Lines , Patricia (2000). "Homeschooling Comes of Age," The Public Interest (Summer): 77-78. McConnell, Mary (2013). "Schooling Dangerously." First Things (April 2013): 59. Pollack, Daniel (2012). "Homeschooling and Child Protection." Policy & Practice 70 (Feb.): 29, 35. Ray, Brian (2000). "Home Schooling: The Ameliorator of Negative Influences on Learning?" Peabody Journal of Education 76 (1/2): 71-106. Romanowski, Michael (2006) "Revisiting the Common Myths about Homeschooling," The Clearing House 79 (3): 125-129. Sorey, Kellie and Molly Duggan (2008). Homeschoolers Entering Community Colleges. Journal of College Admission 200 (Summer): 22-28. U.S. Dep. of Ed. Warner, Theresa (2000). "Homeschooling: A viable educational alternative?" Chiropractic Journal (July): 19. Wichers, Michelle (2001). "Homeschooling: Adventitious or detrimental for proficiency in higher education" Education; 122 (Fall): 145-150. Welner, K.G. (1999). "Contextualizing Homeschooling Data: A Response to Rudner." Education Policy Analysis Archives 7 (3): 1-13. Yuracko, Kimberly (2008). "Education off the Grid," California Law Review, 96 (Feb.): 127.
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Addressing the Inclusion Imperative: An Urban District's Responses
 
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This video provides a description of a peer-reviewed journal article in Educational Policy Analysis Archives. The title of the article is "Addressing the Inclusion Imperative: An Urban District's Responses." The authors of the article are David E. DeMatthews and Hanne B. Mawhinney. This article provides a single case study of a large urban school district and its attempts to reform special education. The article link is: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1283/1136
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UCEA Executive Committee Election Interview with Sarah Diem
 
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Sarah Diem is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri. She researches the social, political, and geographic contexts of education, focusing primarily on how the politics and implementation of educational policies affect outcomes related to equity and racial and economic diversity within public schools. Dr. Diem is also interested in how conversations surrounding race and race relations are facilitated in the classroom and whether these discussions are preparing future school leaders to be able to address critical issues that may impact the students and communities they will oversee. Dr. Diem has been very active in UCEA since joining in 2007. She has served as the PSR for the University of Missouri (2013-2016), panelist for Graduate Student Council-sponsored sessions at numerous UCEA Conventions, member of the Jack A. Culbertson Award Selection Committee, mentor for the William L. Boyd National Educational Politics Workshop, and Program Planning Committee Co-Chair for the 28th Annual UCEA Convention in Washington, DC. Dr. Diem won the 2011 Outstanding Dissertation Award for the AERA Districts in Research and Reform Special Interest Group. She is also the recipient of the AERA Division A 2014 Emerging Scholar Award. Dr. Diem has published in the American Journal of Education, Educational Administration Quarterly, Teachers College Record, Educational Policy, The Urban Review, Education Policy Analysis Archives, Journal of School Leadership, and the Journal of Research in Leadership Education, among other publications. She is co-editor of the forthcoming book, Critical approaches to education policy analysis: Moving beyond tradition.
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Introduction to Education Policy and Leadership
 
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An introduction to Education Policy and Leadership by Dr. Dawson Orr, chair, SMU Simmons School of Education and Human Development.
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David Plank, Policy Analysis for #CA #Education, talks about lack of opposition to #CommonCore in st
 
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David Plank, Policy Analysis for #CA #Education, talks about lack of opposition to #CommonCore in state #EWATests By: Theresa Harrington - I cover K-12 education in Contra Costa County. Follow me at Twitter.com/tunedtotheresa. Reach me at 925-945-4764 or [email protected] Published on: November 18, 2014 Source: http://www.tout.com/m/kwkehk
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Policy Analysis
 
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The Ethics of Atheism | Peter Boghossian and Stefan Molyneux
 
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Podcast: http://www.fdrurl.com/FDR2168 Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, discusses faith, reason, philosophy and religion with Dr Peter Boghossian (apologies for the odd video color) Dr. Peter Boghossian's main focus is bringing the tools of professional philosophers to people in a wide variety of contexts. Peter has a teaching pedigree spanning more than 20 years and 30 thousand students--in prisons, hospitals, public and private schools, seminaries, colleges and universities, Fortune 100 companies and small businesses. His fundamental objective is to teach people how to think through what often seem to be intractable problems. Peter's primary research areas are critical thinking and moral reasoning. His doctoral research studies, funded by the State of Oregon and supported by the Oregon Department of Corrections, consisted of using the Socratic method to help prison inmates to increase their critical thinking and moral reasoning abilities and to increase their desistance to criminal behavior. Peter's publications can be found in Diálogos, Education Policy Analysis Archives, The Clearing House: Educational Research Controversy and Practices, The Radical Academy; Offender Programs Report, Teaching Philosophy, Corrections Today, Informal Logic, The Skeptic, Journal of Philosophy of Education, Educational Philosophy and Theory, Inside Higher Ed, Essays in Philosophy, Federal Probation Journal, and the Journal of Correctional Education. If you'd like to learn more about his scholarship, his podcast interview with Philosophy News http://www.philosophynews.com/post/2011/12/05/Interview-with-Peter-Boghossian.aspx is a great place to start. His work has been noted on The Huffington Post, The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Science and Reason, and other media outlets; he was an invited guest on the Lars Larson Show, interviewed for the cover story of the Mercury, and advocated via social media by the Executive Director of the Skeptic Society, Michael Shermer, and bestselling author and head of Project Reason, Sam Harris. Peter was a Councilman for the State of Oregon (LSTA), an advisor to Sockeye Magazine and The Weekly Alibi, wrote national philosophy curricula for the University of Phoenix and was a research fellow for the National Center for Teaching and Learning. Currently, he is the Chairman of the Prison Advisory Committee for Columbia River Correctional Institution, teaches Critical Thinking, Science and Pseudoscience, the Philosophy of Education, and Atheism at Portland State University, is an Affiliate Research Assistant Professor Oregon Health Science University, is Co-Director and Co-Founder (with Dr. Randy Blazak) of PSU's Center for Correction's Research, and a speaker for the Center for Inquiry http://www.centerforinquiry.net/speakers/boghossian_peter. When he's not working, Peter spends time with his family, practices jiu jutsu, watches science fiction movies and television (Stargate Universe, Battlestar Galactica, Misfits, Fringe), and plays computer games (Star Craft 2, Fallout 3, Skyrim, Diablo III). You can follow Peter on Twitter @peterboghossian. If you want to join Peter's mailing list and learn about his upcoming public lectures and debates, from your mobile phone text "DELUSION" + your email address to 22333, or enter your email address on the bottom right of this page: http://philosophynews.com/peterboghossian Freedomain Radio is the largest and most popular philosophy show on the web - http://www.freedomainradio.com
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Dr.  Motoko Akiba Research in a Minute | FSU College of Education
 
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Learn more about Dr. Akiba's research here https://education.fsu.edu/motoko-akiba Dr. Motoko Akiba is a Professor of Education Policy in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies. Her areas of research expertise are teacher policy and reform, teacher professional development, and comparative education policy. Dr. Akiba received her B.A. from the University of Tsukuba, Japan, and a dual-title Ph.D. in “Educational Theory & Policy” and “Comparative & International Education” from Pennsylvania State University-University Park in 2001. She also worked as a post-doc on a Lesson Study project at Mills College and a senior researcher at Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL) prior to taking a faculty position at the University of Missouri. She was a visiting scholar at National Taiwan Normal University and Beijing Normal University from 2010 to 2011. Dr. Akiba joined Florida State University in 2012. She published a book, Improving Teacher Quality: The U.S. Teaching Force in Global Context (Teachers College Press, 2009) and edited three books: Teacher Reforms Around the World (Emerald Books, 2013), The Global and the Local: Diverse Perspectives in Comparative Education (Sense Publishers, 2016), and International Handbook of Teacher Quality and Policy (Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2018). Her articles appear in journals including Educational Researcher, American Educational Research Journal, Education Policy, Educational Policy Analysis Archives, Teachers College Record, Comparative Education Review, and Compare on teacher policy topics such as professional development, compensation and performance-related pay, and multicultural teacher education. Dr. Akiba is serving as an Associate Editor of Educational Researcher from 2012 to 2018. Her research program has been funded by the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Education, and AERA Grant Program. She is a recipient of the NSF early career award grant, NAEP secondary analysis grant, and AERA dissertation and research grants. Dr. Akiba is currently leading a three-year project, “Identifying an Effective and Scalable Model of Lesson Study,” funded by the National Science Foundation Discovery K-12 Program. Dr. Akiba teaches Teacher Policy and Reform and Survey Research Methods.
Billionaire Jim Coulter: Private Equity Investing and Disruptive Markets Analysis (2018)
 
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A presentation by billionaire co-founder of private equity firm TPG Capital, James Coulter. In this presentation, Jim analyses four markets that he sees investment potential in and breaks down what he looks for in each industry before he invests. Jim also talks about the history of multiple sectors and reaching punctuated equilibrium. Like if you enjoyed Subscribe for more:http://bit.ly/InvestorsArchive Follow us on twitter:http://bit.ly/TwitterIA Other great Private Equity investor videos:⬇ Steve Schwarzman reflects on Blackstone and His Life:http://bit.ly/SSPEPic Billionaire Henry Kravis on Finance, Work Ethic and Life: http://bit.ly/HKFVid Billionaire Leon Black: Investment Strategy for Private Equity:http://bit.ly/LBlackVid Video Segments: 0:00 Introduction 1:01 Punctuated equilibrium 3:16 Alpha and growth 4:31 Education investing 10:16 Marijuana investing 20:42 Data investing 26:00 Influencer investing Interview Date: 28th November, 2018 Event: The year ahead Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/JCoulterPic Investors Archive has videos of all the Investing/Business/Economic/Finance masters. Learn from their wisdom for free in one place. For more check out the channel. Remember to subscribe, share, comment and like! No advertising. #InvestorsArchive
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Randi Weingarten: Creating Capacity for an Effective Accountability System
 
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Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers, speaks with Stanford University Professor and SCOPE Faculty Director Linda Darling-Hammond on her vision for an effective accountability system for teachers in the United States. This video is part of a special series by SCOPE and the Education Policy Analysis Archives, "A New Paradigm for Educational Accountability." To see the full series, visit this link: https://edpolicy.stanford.edu/publications/pubs/1294
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Donna Blog 14
 
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Blog 14 Citations: Azano, A.P., & Stewart, T.T. (2016). Confronting challenges at the intersection of rurality, place, and teacher preparation: Improving efforts in teacher education to staff rural schools. Global Education Review, 3(1), 108-128. Retrieved from http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1090174.pdf Azano, A. (2011). The possibility of place: one teacher’s use of place-based instruction for English students in rural high school. Journal of research in rural education, 26(10). Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/877025073/fulltextPDF/17018C09D787465DPQ/1?accountid=11488 Budge, K.M. (2010). Why shouldn’t rural kids have it all? Place-conscious leadership in an era of extralocal reform policy. Education policy analysis archives, 18, 1. doi:10.14507/epaa.v18n1.2010 Goss, S. J. & Holt, C. R. (2014). Perceived impact of a character education program at a Midwest rural middle school: A case study. Education Leadership Review of Doctoral Research, 1(2), 49-69. Retrieved from Grant, M.R. (2014). Urban and rural high school students’ perspectives of productive peer culture for mathematics learning. Journal of urban learning, teaching, and research, 1039-49. Retrieved from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1044134.pdf Hautecoeur,J. (1994). Opening reflections: Literacy in rural areas—orientations for action research. Retrieved from https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED386344 Headden, S. (2012, October 11). A town turned classroom: How a focus on farming saved a rural Kansas school. Retrieved from http://www.air.org/edsector-archives/publications/town-turned-classroom-how-focus-farming-saved-rural-kansas-school Owens, J., Hardcastle, L.A., & Richardson, B. (2009). Learning from a distance: The experience of remote students. Journal of distance education, 23(3), 53-74. Retrieved from http://proxy.houghton.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eric&AN=EJ865347&site=ehost-live&scope=site Pyles, D.G. (2016). Rural media literacy: youth documentary videomaking as a rural literacy practice. Journal of research in rural education, 31(7). Retrieved from http://proxy.houghton.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eric&AN=EJ1114833&site=ehost-live&scope=site Tichnor-Wagner, A., Garwood, J.D., Bratsch-Hines, M., & Vernon-Geagans, L. (2016). Home literacy enviornments and foundational literacy skills for struggling and nonstruggling readers in rural early elementary schools. Learning disabilities research & practice, 31(1), 6-21. doi: 10.1111/1drp.12090
Video Commentary for Ingle & Petroff (2013) in EPAA/AAPE
 
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Video commentary that accompanies our accepted manuscript for volume 21 (2013) of EPAA/AAPE: Ingle, W. K. & Petroff, E. A. (2013) Public entrepreneurs and the adoption of broad-based merit aid beyond the Southeastern United States Education Policy Analysis Archives, 21 (54) Retrieved [date], from http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1252
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Policy analysis
 
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