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Disparities In Education Resources Within The State Of Arkansas, Hunter Simmons 2021 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Disparities In Education Resources Within The State Of Arkansas, Hunter Simmons

Mathematical Sciences Undergraduate Honors Theses

Throughout the state of Arkansas, there are grave disparities in education resources apparent in specific school districts and at a state level. The Arkansas Department of Education, formerly titled the State Department of Education, was established in 1931 by Act 169 in the Arkansas General Assembly. Since then, the department has gone under multiple reforms and expansions. From desegregation to the Clinton administration’s improvements in early childhood education, Arkansas has had a tumultuous past in terms of public education and has consistently been ranked in the bottom twentieth percentile of the nation’s school systems. The purpose of this ...


Integrating Residencies Into Substitute Teaching, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College 2021 Bank Street College of Education

Integrating Residencies Into Substitute Teaching, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

This one-page document illustrates the possibilities and benefits of having residents take on substitute teaching roles in a district. Dollars previously allocated to substitute teaching can be redirected toward candidate stipends while substitute teaching needs are largely met by the cohort of residents.


Preparation Program And District Partnership Agreement Considerations, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College 2021 Bank Street College of Education

Preparation Program And District Partnership Agreement Considerations, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

Prepared to Teach

This document outlines key considerations to keep in mind when building a residency partnership. Articulating agreements can help clarify the responsibilities of each party—programs and schools or districts—as well as foster a shared understandings of the mutual goals and responsibilities the partnership wishes to embrace. Agreements can remain informal or can form the basis for a formal Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).


Guidance: Resident Expectations And Agreements, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College 2021 Bank Street College of Education

Guidance: Resident Expectations And Agreements, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

Prepared to Teach

This document outlines expectations that residency programs might want to make explicit for those who will be enrolling in the residency. Many of these considerations also would be included in formal agreements between individual residents and preparation partnerships, for example when residents must agree to serve as teachers in a district in exchange for receiving funding during the program.


Exploring District Investments In Residencies, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College 2021 Bank Street College of Education

Exploring District Investments In Residencies, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

Prepared to Teach

This one-page document illustrates ways school districts can adjust existing funding streams to support teacher candidates during their residency year. Examples of include substitute teaching days for residents, professional development opportunities, and co-teaching alongside mentor teachers.


Dollars And Sense: Federal Investments In Our Educator Workforce, Karen DeMoss 2021 Bank Street College of Education

Dollars And Sense: Federal Investments In Our Educator Workforce, Karen Demoss

Prepared to Teach

Supporting aspiring educators during preparation is essential. The field is ready to embrace shifts that will make teacher preparation more uniformly strong, sustainable, and equitably accessible—investments in preparation will make such shifts possible. This report makes the case for a renewed commitment to excellent teacher preparation, made possible by federal investments.


Going Further Together: Building Ownership And Engagement To Support High-Quality Teacher Preparation, Karen DeMoss 2021 Bank Street College of Education

Going Further Together: Building Ownership And Engagement To Support High-Quality Teacher Preparation, Karen Demoss

Prepared to Teach

Building shared ownership and engagement over teacher preparation can help ensure that efforts to sustainably fund high-quality programs will endure beyond initial start-up funding. By drawing on effective, lasting collaboration among stakeholders who have not traditionally worked together—both within organizations and across organizational lines, programs can successfully identify sustainable funding sources for the long term. This report shares strategies for building ownership and engagement and highlights programs across the country that have successfully sustained and grown the kind of commitments that ensure program development and longevity.


Beyond Tuition, Costs Of Teacher Preparation: Descriptive Analytics From The Aspiring Teachers' Financial Burden Survey, Francheska Santos, Divya Mansukhani, Karen DeMoss 2021 Bank Street College of Education

Beyond Tuition, Costs Of Teacher Preparation: Descriptive Analytics From The Aspiring Teachers' Financial Burden Survey, Francheska Santos, Divya Mansukhani, Karen Demoss

Prepared to Teach

This report shares analyses from the national survey of aspiring teachers carried out by Prepared To Teach during the 2019-2020 school year. Beyond Tuition, Costs of Teacher Preparation dives into the income sources, expenses, debt, and work realities of aspiring teachers across the country and identifies where candidates are in need of additional support.


Supporting Candidates' Financial Needs, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College 2021 Bank Street College of Education

Supporting Candidates' Financial Needs, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

Prepared to Teach

This document takes the affordability lessons found in our report, The Affordability Imperative: Creating Equitable Access to Quality Teacher Preparation, and offers preparation program leaders a set of guiding questions to help them find more ways to reduce the financial burdens of their aspiring teachers.


Central Appalachia Severance Taxation And Policies For Future Economic Growth, Nathan Frisbie 2021 University of Mississippi

Central Appalachia Severance Taxation And Policies For Future Economic Growth, Nathan Frisbie

Honors Theses

Central Appalachia is a region in the United States that has been referred to as a paradox by researchers who have studied it. The area is rich with natural resources, yet the region lacks economic development. The mineral extraction industry has been the center of the economy for over a hundred years. The reliance on the industry has caused Central Appalachia to fall behind in several categories. The region has unusually high concentrations of poverty and low high school graduation rates. The revenue from the taxation of coal is the primary source of income for many of the rural counties ...


Exploiting A Grading Policy Shift As An Instrument To Estimate Impact Of Grading On Teacher Evaluations, Gavin Johnson 2021 Utah State University

Exploiting A Grading Policy Shift As An Instrument To Estimate Impact Of Grading On Teacher Evaluations, Gavin Johnson

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

Professors at a university plausibly have an incentive to give higher grades to students, and these higher grades will be reflected in student evaluations, which are used to assess teaching quality, which could have career impacts. This paper takes advantage of a policy shift at the business school at Utah State University that introduced suggested caps on the average course grades that teachers gave. This allowed instrumental variable analysis to correct for bias in OLS estimations of these impacts. The correlation between grades and students' evaluations of teachers was found to be positive suggesting that student evaluations of teachers are ...


Implementation Of Project-Based Learning To Entrepreneurship At International Preparatory In Buffalo: Its Effect On Learners’ Desire To Become Entrepreneurs And Impact On The Practice Of 21st Century Skills, Susana M. Bernhardt 2021 State University of New York College at Buffalo - Buffalo State College

Implementation Of Project-Based Learning To Entrepreneurship At International Preparatory In Buffalo: Its Effect On Learners’ Desire To Become Entrepreneurs And Impact On The Practice Of 21st Century Skills, Susana M. Bernhardt

Career & Technical Education Theses

To extract the evidence of the effect of project-based learning in the teaching of entrepreneurship at International Preparatory in the City of Buffalo, the researcher will work with two groups of students. One group of students hereinafter called Group A will be exposed to the course of entrepreneurship using the project-based learning golden standards and teaching practices recommended by the Buck Institute of Education and the second group, hereinafter called Group B will not include project-based learning as a teaching strategy. Of special interest is the notable effect on the students’ desire to want to open and operate a business ...


Eelgrass Restoration In San Francisco Bay: An Interdisciplinary Stated Preference Classroom Experiment, Camille M. Antinori 2021 San Francisco State University

Eelgrass Restoration In San Francisco Bay: An Interdisciplinary Stated Preference Classroom Experiment, Camille M. Antinori

Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics

This paper aims to integrate experiential, interdisciplinary approaches into environmental economics courses through a stated preference analysis for eelgrass beds harboring aquatic plants foundational to many estuaries and coastal zones. It argues that such approaches are necessary in undergraduate education to support real-world needs in oceans and climate policy. Through collaboration with ecologists and peers, students developed willingness-to-pay measures of $35 and $42 for a 10-year restoration program for 200 acres of eelgrass (Zostera marina) in the San Francisco Bay based on open- and closed-ended elicitation formats. The experiment provides an example of overcoming the challenge of orienting students and ...


Promoting Equity: Differences In Financial Resources Allocation Between Urban Early College High Schools And Traditional Public High Schools, Steven Hinshaw 2021 University of Dayton

Promoting Equity: Differences In Financial Resources Allocation Between Urban Early College High Schools And Traditional Public High Schools, Steven Hinshaw

Thomas C. Hunt Building a Research Community Day

This exploratory study was designed to analyze the distribution of financial resources to predict student achievement in early college high schools and traditional public high schools. The premise was to discover if there were differences in the predictor variables for allocation. If so, then the allocation could be changed in traditional public high schools to address the needs of those students unable to attend early college high schools thus creating more equity for those underserved students.

This study included 12 of Ohio’s first early college high schools and the 36 traditional public high schools in the public districts where ...


Teaching To The Test Or Limiting Students?, Victoria Rivera 2021 Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Teaching To The Test Or Limiting Students?, Victoria Rivera

English Department: Research for Change - Wicked Problems in Our World

The purpose of this paper is to shine light on the way the school systems have been teaching and how it is affecting students in a negative way. It focuses mainly on teaching to the test and how it stops students from learning creatively and also does not let teachers teach the way they might want to. It also shows how this is a wicked problem and is more than a small school system issue. This impacts students, teachers, and the society we live in. The results of this research was that there were a lot of other authors that ...


Lower Tuition, Eliminate Debts, And Enjoy Your Education, Damon DeJesus 2021 Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Lower Tuition, Eliminate Debts, And Enjoy Your Education, Damon Dejesus

English Department: Research for Change - Wicked Problems in Our World

College students live in a world where financial struggles and hardships take away from a lot of their freedoms after graduation. The ongoing student debt issues have crippled many of their freedoms and put limitations on the various luxuries they should be able to enjoy after completing the long journey of getting a degree. Through a few simple yet effective methods I think that there are ways to combat this wicked problem, things such as lowering the price of tuition, distributing more financial aid to students, and reducing the rate of interest attached to loans that some students may be ...


The Affordability Imperative: Creating Equitable Access To Quality Teacher Preparation, Hannah Dennis, Karen DeMoss, Divya Mansukhani 2021 Bank Street College of Education

The Affordability Imperative: Creating Equitable Access To Quality Teacher Preparation, Hannah Dennis, Karen Demoss, Divya Mansukhani

Prepared to Teach

This report is one of three case studies on the "3Rs of sustainably funded teacher preparation" (reallocation, reduction, and reinvestment) developed by Prepared To Teach. This case focuses on reduction—the strategies and stories inside are intended to help universities maximize access to financial aid sources and minimize costs associated with quality programs.


The Residency Revolution: Funding High-Quality Teacher Preparation, Hannah Dennis, Karen DeMoss 2021 Bank Street College of Education

The Residency Revolution: Funding High-Quality Teacher Preparation, Hannah Dennis, Karen Demoss

Prepared to Teach

(Re)Investment helps districts find ways to make shifts that can permanently embed residency funding into local budgets. The Residency Revolution is about identifying and maximizing the savings that a high-quality residency program can bring to a district.


Open Textbook Report, Rhode Island College (March 2021), Dragan Gill 2021 Rhode Island College

Open Textbook Report, Rhode Island College (March 2021), Dragan Gill

Open Textbook Initiative

No abstract provided.


Effects Of Creative Video Games On Creativity, Haiqal Sazalli, Sharil Sungkono, Mohammed Rashaun, Khalis Muzakir 2021 Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

Effects Of Creative Video Games On Creativity, Haiqal Sazalli, Sharil Sungkono, Mohammed Rashaun, Khalis Muzakir

Introduction to Research Methods RSCH 202

The purpose of this research is to find the effects of creative games on the Creativity Quotient of human beings. Assessing creativity is based on divergent thinking consisting of fluency, originality and uniqueness in thinking methods. The theoretical framework assesses the creative thinking of candidates through a 4-week gaming programme consists of a pre-and post-assessment of the Creativity Quotient Test which consists of 10 critical thinking questions. These questions will test the fluency, originality and uniqueness of the candidates. To provide a fair result, the same questions will be used for the pre-and post-assessment. Results will prove that games are ...


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