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The Organization of American Public Education John W. Sipple Cornell University Introduction Goals Provide an overview of where authority and responsibility for education lies Provide an overview of who are the major players in contemporary public education Layers of the Societal System Federal Regional State Intermediate District School Efficiency Equity Quality Choice
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Structure of Federal Role President Secretary of Education Appointed by President Formerly Commissioner Department of Education (1980) No Federal Board of Education U.S. CONSTITUTION No mention of education or schools. Less government the better! Unique in the world in not having a national system of education. Most have a national ministry of education, some have regional ministries: Canada, Australia, Germany, Zimbabwe TENTH AMENDMENT "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or
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