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Problems with Socialization
Change in occupational conditions
Shifts in occupational patterns
Different people are socialized for specific positions
Occupational Conditions: 21st century competencies for 21st century worlds
Schools and Society Notes 2/6
Levels of discrimination
The most insidious
Disguised by good intentions
Treated as immutable
Examples of Structures
WHAT ARE THE ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS?
Directions: As you read the chapter & the article, record the questions raised by the authors that relate to the
topics on the left. Use the your questions column to list questions you would like to address this semester.
EDU 205: Schools & Society
College of Arts and Sciences
School of Education: Syllabus
Schools and Society: 3 credit hours
Hurst 214 A
The Achievement Gap
-persistent inequality. Where children should be and where they are.
What causes it? Lack of resourcesmoney, early childhood education (ECE), special education.
What cures it? ECE, accountability, standards, data, approach
What was No
Human Discourse Model vs Academic Discourse Model
He prefers the human discourse model. Why?
D.A.P.- developmentally appropriate practices
Happiness & maturity- emotional stability and being able to function
Values Impacted Policies and Practices
Who decided what is important & why? Whose standards?
Bias: relevant but not wrong
Schools and Society are intertwined. What happens in society is reflected in