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Standards in Education

PM in the education services is expected to be of a high level in all developed countries and emphasis is heavily placed upon the need for educated children in the future, therefore teaching performance needs to be monitored to show how well children are being taught. Initiatives to raise service levels have been in many […]

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Committee for Public Education

Moses v. Diocese of Colorado (Colo. 1993) stands in some contrast to Nally. In that case, the Supreme Court of Colorado allowed actions for breach of fiduciary duty and negligent hiring and supervision against an Episcopalian diocese to proceed. In that case, an Episcopalian priest had a sexual affair with a woman who sought counseling […]

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Employee Academic Education

Worker’s productivity is no longer synonymous physical strength or the capacity to put in more hours at work. Education has replaced this conventional notion of worker’s productivity. Current day workforce is more productive because they are more educated. They are able to maintain high standards of living because of recognized efforts with less time spent […]

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The advanced education

According to the Maslow’s Needs Pyramid, it shows that my goals are included Esteem Needs. Internal esteem needs are related to self-esteem such as self respect and achievement. I will develop my leadership skills by learns about and cultivates the qualities of a good leader and knows when to exercise leadership. Share leadership with others […]

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Action Learning

Action learning comes from an approach pioneered by Reg Revans, UK academician who claimed that there can be no learning without action and no knowing without the effort to practice and implement what is claimed as knowledge. He demonstrated this with the formula: L = P + Q Where L = Learning (New results) P […]

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Barrier Theories in Education

The barriers for women to attain an educational managerial level have been discussed and categorized by numerous writers. As a result three main theories clarify the rationale for the underrepresentation of women in senior management positions. The first theory implicates socialization and stereotyping. Research has shown that in educational institutions lecturers mechanically stereotype managers in […]

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The manipulative arena of control

  Foucault also saw power as something which people not only ‘own’ but also as controlling the systems of ideas that construct the rules through which intent and purpose are organised (Foucault, 1977); The National Curriculum and increased standardised testing has set benchmarks for what it means to be an ‘excellent’ or ‘failing’ school, teacher […]

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Outcomes Based Education

This paper discusses Outcomes Based Education (OBE), a new approach to education that measuries what students can do, rather than what they understand. Outcomes Based Education There has been a concern for some time throughout America regarding the quality of public education. Students are graduating from high school without adequate knowledge of the three R’s. […]

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Effects of the Fourth Lateran Council on France

When Louis VIII began his reign as King of France after his father Philip Augustus died in 1223, it became clear that he would be a lot more respectful to the church doctrines than his father. Many representatives turned up to represent France at the Fourth Lateran Council, roughly seventy six bishops and archbishops from […]

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Populating More Important than Overpopulation

The Middle Ages, by no means, made use of the world’s resources as the population inhabiting it today does. Gies and Gies state that “energy sources were largely untapped.” (Gies 4) With approximately 6.8 Billion people on the earth and a new census count on the way it’s no secret that the 21st century population […]

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