1 edition of Aspects of comprehensive education found in the catalog.
Papers assembled for the Secretary of States Conference on Comprehensive Education, at York, December 1977; but derived from a variety of contacts made by H. M. Inspectors in the normal course of their work.
|Statement||Department of Education and Science|
|Publishers||Department of Education and Science|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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screening and identification: to screen children and identify Aspects of comprehensive education who may be experiencing delays or learning problems• These skills foster the creation of respectful and healthy relationships with family members, peers, friends, and romantic or sexual partners. Initial Start-Up Funding to Support Long-Term Improvement Efforts. The legislation requires CSR schools to access high-quality technical assistance from outside partners experienced in schoolwide reform.
Provides ongoing, high-quality professional development for teachers and staff• Recommendation: The recommendations concerning educational placement and program that need to be made to the school, teachers, and parents Purpose of Assessment Assessment in educational settings serves five primary purposes:• Non-standardized tools: Non- standardized tests are teacher-made tests, rating scales, observation schedules, interview schedules, questionnaires, opinionnaires, checklists, etc.
The committee wants to see how much knowledge of your field of study you have and how ready you are for dissertation research. It reduces stress on children. What Is a Comprehensive Exam?
5 million to support comprehensive reforms in schools eligible for Title I funds.