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What brain research can teach about cutting school budgets

Karen Olsen

What brain research can teach about cutting school budgets

by Karen Olsen

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Published by Corwin Press in Thousand Oaks, Calif .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. R. 1- R. 4) and index.

StatementKaren D. Olsen
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB2830.2 .O57 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24547237M
ISBN 109781412980494
LC Control Number2009037011
OCLC/WorldCa430055733

  President Donald Trump’s first budget proposes a 13 percent cut in federal spending on education. But like most budget proposals, the Author: VOA Learning English. Teachers feel the brunt of educational budget cuts in many ways. In a field that, during good times, about 20% of teachers leave the profession in the first three years, budget cuts mean less incentive for educators to continue teaching.

  Schools in England face budget cuts. The Institute for Fiscal Studies found that spending per pupil is to fall % by – the first-real term cuts since the mids. It’s a . A school district focused on improving test performance may find it difficult to innovate the way smartphones can be used in learning. Finite resources—chiefly time—means less time for new ideas. So where does this leave education—not just in , but in the : Terry Heick.

  School budgets are crafted backwards: Principals choose how to spend their school funds before the school board acts; the school board decides which system-wide programs to snip and how many teachers might be dismissed long .   Instead of cutting successful programs, schools should cut down on supplies, like for example my school has provided us all with laptops. If i were running the school i would definitely cut them, purely because we barely use them in class and also because many kids do not take care of their laptops and so when they are asked to pay for damages, the school ends .


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