Throughout the decades, we all continue to change and schools need to change to keep pace with the needs of the people. Globalization now drives global trade, which drives the demand for American jobs. With the industrial age behind us and the information age upon us, author Allen Salowe recognizes that we need qualitatively different school processes and learning methods. The 11 chapters in this easy-to-read text are devoted to: leaving students behind, readying culturally diverse students for their time, new standards of competitiveness, the need for direction and improvement in local schools, and smoothing the transition. Topics include: · Defining the needs of our times · Revisiting the neighborhood school issue · Case study initiatives linking to school improvement · Partnering classroom and careers For all education stakeholders.
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About the Author
Allen E. Salowe is a senior fellow of the Florida Institute of Education and at the Florida Center for Electronic Communication. He worked for thirty years in business, holding positions in strategic, tactical, financial, and operations planning. Visit the author's website at schoolsurvival.org
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 1 The Continuous Loop Chapter 4 2 Readying Culturally Diverse Students for Their Time Chapter 5 3 New Standards of Competitiveness Chapter 6 4 The Local School Needs Direction Chapter 7 5 Initiatives for Local School Improvement Chapter 8 6 Partnering: Smoothing the Transition Chapter 9 7 Classroom-to-Career Programs: Best Practices Chapter 10 8 Focusing on Our Time Chapter 11 9 Leveraging What We Know Chapter 12 10 Classroom-to-Career Programs and the Future Chapter 13 11 The Diverse Workforce Chapter 14 Index Chapter 15 About the Author