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    The Internet and Secondary Education

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    The Internet and Secondary Education With the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the federal government has made available in the 2002 fiscal year through Title I and Title VI funding a total of $43,554,000,000.00 to be used to purchase technology-based products and services. (“United States Department of Education Funds,” 2002) Furthermore, according to Edgemedia, the Senate has earmarked an additional 250 billion dollars for education over the next ten years - monies

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    Poverty and Post-Secondary Education

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    As Nelson Mandela once proclaimed, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Unfortunately, some students do not have the chance to take part in a college education. Not receiving a post-secondary education is a rising issue among those below the poverty line in the United States. In 2010, eighty-two percent of high income students continued their education into college; while in contrast, only fifty-two percent of students living in poverty had the opportunity

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    A post-secondary education is not a waste of time. Have you ever felt the necessity of having a happier, healthier and better life, or serving your society in a better way? If not, then do some research and you will find that most of people around us that living a royal life and serving in our society have a post-secondary education. Continuing education after high school would be time consuming; however, having a degree and working in a professional field would pay off the price and could be the

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    I fondly remember playing school with my sister as a child. In these roleplaying games I was always the teacher, and she was always the student. As we grew up, and started having our friends over, my class size grew, at times reaching six or seven “students”. Although I did not fully understand or recognize it at the time, teaching has always been a passion of mine. As I got older, entering high school, my priorities changed, I no longer recognized teaching as my future. I thought that architecture

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    Urban and Suburban Secondary Education

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    Urban and Suburban Secondary Education There is a big disparity between urban and suburban secondary education in public schools. Many critics of this inequality are arguing that urban schools are not receiving the same attention as schools that are in suburban areas or wealthier parts of country. Urban schools are facing a large crisis on there hands, these schools are not meeting the required criteria in educating and graduating their students. So, why is there a huge inequality between urban

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    Group Work in Secondary Education

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    Validity of Group Work Assessment in Secondary Education. “For many years group work and its assessment has been the subject of considerable research and discussion in educational literature” (e.g., Boud et al.,1999; Nightingale et al., 1996). Group work has been used in education as a teaching/learning strategy, However, the all-encompassing assessment of group work is a more recent phenomenon and poses some challenges not only in Queensland secondary schools but schools worldwide (Johnson

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    an underdeveloped communities that undermine the worth of a college degree some can not afford the house they live in let alone affording a higher degree. That is why post- secondary education is gatway out out of social economic situations of poverty, and to obtain knowledge to change the social economic mindset that education is not they way out of poverty. If these communities that are held to poverty all had college degrees then it would change that economic statis making that community thrive

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    responsibilities. Everyone needs a job or some form of revenue to provide for themselves and possibly other. Post-secondary helps people have better futures. Post-secondary education, in American society today, allows everyone with the ability to expand their individual knowledge and prepare them for a job after they have finished school. While attending some sort of post-secondary education, people meet other people who have varying opinions and knowledge on many different subjects. Everyone has the

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    In the space between chaos and shape there was another chance.” ― Jeanette Winterson The decision to pursue a career, prepare for competitive employment, and participate in post-secondary education (PSE) or any other post high school alternative is perhaps the most significant commitment an intellectually disabled (ID) student will make in his or her lifetime. Intellectual disability is the currently preferred term for the disability historically referred to as mental retardation. (AAIDD) and includes

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    Physical Education In Secondary Schools My philosophy of physical education in the secondary setting deals with students becoming physically fit. Also that students learn how to communicate with others, especially in a team setting. My philosophy also holds in it different teaching methods. Methods that physical education teachers can use to get the most out of their students. With this philosophy of physical education I plan to use it toward becoming a good teacher. The major reason for having

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