the chief state school officer.
the state department of education.
the federal Department of Education.
the school principal.
state educational policymakers directing financial assistance for underperforming school districts.
federal policymakers taking over control of underperforming schools.
curriculum becoming more narrowly-defined and tightly focused.
lower socioeconomic communities failing tests at higher rates than higher socioeconomic communities.
Concerns about the moral climate in public schools
Religious objections to the content taught in schools
The absence of particular courses of study
All of the above
actively make their own meaning from new knowledge.
learn new facts and knowledge without questioning them.
question all new information.
believe that there are no universal truths since all truths are relative.
A multiple-choice test on important events in World War II
A geography unit identifying the locations of all the major battles of World War II
A fine arts unit in which students develop appreciation for the music and dance of the United States in the 1940s
A discussion of the responsibilities of the United States toward Europe in the early 1940s
can train students’ thinking so as to make them more efficient learners.
provide job training to make high school students more marketable.
keep students from mixing up facts.
help students do better on standardized tests.
local school board member.
state department curriculum specialist.
Business was and still is interested in educational efficiency, standardization, and productivity.
Business was interested in standardization and regulation; now, it is almost exclusively concerned with commercialization of education.
Business was more concerned with efficiency and quantitative evaluation; now, it is much more concerned with authentic evaluation and student satisfaction.
Business used to be exclusively concerned with productivity; now, business is exclusively concerned with educational expenditures, seeking to lower costs.
Assistant superintendent of instruction
Local school board
Superintendent of schools
Assistant superintendent of personnel
Superintendent of Schools
education of special needs students and hiring of instructional aides.
reading instruction for ESL students and supplementary services for families of these students.
reading instruction only for low-achieving students.
education of students from low-income families and supplement services to low-achieving students.
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