DEJ Chapter 8 202

DEJ Chapter 8 202 - Chapter 8 Samantha Fasnacht Notes 1....

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Chapter 8 Samantha Fasnacht Notes Responses 1. Each state in the US is responsible for education as opposed to the federal government being responsible for education. (p. 274) The federal government is responsible for seeing whether or not the schools in every state have made adequate yearly progress. How is that done when there are 50 different sets of standards and testing requirements? 2. There are many different sizes of school districts. (p. 277) I attended school in Broward and Orange Counties in Florida. Both of those school districts were among the largest in the nation. 3. Most principals tend to be White. (p. 281) Every principal and headmaster I have ever had was White. 4. The profits of state lotteries are sometimes used for educational funding. (p. 285) The Florida Lottery funds the Bright Futures Scholarships, which fund 75-100% of tuition at state universities and community colleges or the equivalent at private schools. I earned the 100% scholarship. 5. Forty percent of educational
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course EDU 202 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '07 term at Flagler.

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