3 edition of Federal influence on higher education curricula found in the catalog.
Federal influence on higher education curricula
William V. Mayville
by American Association for Higher Education in Washington, D.C. (One Dupont Circle, Suite 780, Washington 20036)
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 48-55.
|Statement||William V. Mayville ; prepared by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, the George Washington University.|
|Series||AAHE-ERIC/higher education research report ;, no. 1, 1980, AAHE-ERIC/higher education research report ;, 1980, no. 1.|
|Contributions||ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education.|
|LC Classifications||LB2361.5 .M388|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||82117254|
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Federal influence on higher education curricula (AAHE-ERIC/higher education research report) [William V Mayville] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary: Federal action that has influenced, either directly or indirectly, the curriculum of higher education is examined. The purpose is to better comprehend the process by which educational policy decisions are reached by the government and what institutions of higher education.
Mayville, William V. Federal action that has influenced, either directly or indirectly, the curriculum of higher education is examined.
The purpose is to better comprehend the process by which educational policy decisions are reached by the government and what institutions of higher education have to do with this : William V.
Mayville. What's more, they suggest that a $, U.S. Department of Education grant to researchers who back basic-skills math curricula signals that the.
Book Description. Drawing together a team of expert contributors from across the sector to offer contemporary descriptions and critical reflection of practice in higher education, Influencing Higher Education Policy uncovers the nature of policymaking and interpretation.
With a suite of authors whose experiences range from governmental to academic, this book shares insights from professionals working in the field of higher education policy. the federal role in higher education. The accompanying memos to Congress and the administration put forward specific proposals for federal higher education policy.
The authors of this brief come from different professional and political backgrounds. We are liberals and conservatives, economists, political scientists, and historians.
The federal government also influences education by allocating funding only to those school districts that follow certain federal guidelines. Roughly three percent of the federal budget is spent on education as of - a small proportion, of course, but in.
The goals of higher education curricula should include mastery of basic skills, active participation in the learning process, in-depth study, critical thinking, understanding of a discipline's characteristic methods, and a coherent and relevant course of study.
The goals should also be consistent with NEA principles such as faculty control. Many critics of the Common Core curriculum have taken issue with the way in which the Common Core literacy standards reduce student reading to non-fiction texts or to parts of texts rather than whole works of fiction.
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