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    • Medium of instruction

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    • Academy for Urban School Leadership

    • AUSL (Academy for Urban School Leadership)

      Donald Feinstein, Ph.D., Executive Director Shana Hayes, Managing Director, External Affairs Scott Macdonald, Managing Director, Strategy and Operations AUSL (Academy for Urban School Leadership) is a Chicago nonprofit school management organization founded in 2001. Today, it manages 32 Chicago Public Schools servin ... Read »


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    • Academic quarter (year division)

    • An academic quarter refers to the division of an academic year into four parts. The modern academic quarter calendar can be traced to the historic English law court / legal training pupillage four term system: This quarter system was adopted by the oldest universities in the English-speaking world (Oxford, founde ... Read »


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    • Acting white

    • In the United States, acting white is a pejorative term, usually applied to African Americans, which refers to a person's perceived betrayal of their culture by assuming the social expectations of white society.Success in education in particular (depending on one's cultural background) can be seen as a form of "selling ... Read »


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    • Affirmative action

    • Affirmative action (known as reservation in India and Nepal and positive discrimination in the UK; also known in a narrower context as employment equity in Canada and South Africa) is the policy of favoring members of a disadvantaged group who suffer or have suffered from discrimination within a culture. Often, these p ... Read »


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    • Affirmative action bake sale

    • An affirmative action bake sale is a type of campus protest event used by student groups to performatively criticize affirmative action policies by charging students different prices depending on which social or racial group they belong to. The bake sales offer to sell cookies at different prices depending on the ... Read »


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    • Anarchism and education

    • Anarchism has had a special interest on the issue of education from the works of William Godwin and Max Stirner onwards. A wide diversity of issues related to education have gained the attention of anarchist theorists and activists. They have included the role of education in social control and socialization, the righ ... Read »


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    • Casagrande case

    • In 1974, the European Court of Justice ruled that the prohibitions against discrimination covered by the European Communities' treaties extended to persons in the education system. The Casagrande case (9/74) held that under Regulation 1612/68 (on the Freedom of movement for workers), Art. 12 must be interpreted as givi ... Read »


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    • Cluster school

    • The Cluster School of Excellence is a merit system implemented in Malaysia granted to High Achieving Schools which are in turn given wider autonomy in administration and exfra allocation for advancement of specific fields like academics, sports and extra-curricular activities. Cluster school is a brand given to school ... Read »


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    • Compulsory education

    • Compulsory education refers to a period of education that is required of all people and is imposed by law. Depending on the country, this education may take place at a registered school (schooling) or at home (homeschooling). Compulsory education was not unheard of in ancient times. However instances are generally ... Read »


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    • Cooling out

    • Cooling out is an informal set of practices used by colleges, especially two-year, junior, and community colleges, to handle students whose lack of academic ability or other resources prevent them from achieving the educational goals they have developed for themselves such as attaining a bachelor's degree. The purpose ... Read »


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    • List of education ministries

    • An education ministry is a national or subnational government agency politically responsible for education. Various other names are commonly used to identify such agencies, such as Ministry of Education, Department of Education, Ministry of Public Education, and so forth, and the head of such an agency may be a Ministe ... Read »


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    • Education policy in Brazil

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      Education policy in Brazil has been given importance by the federal and local governments since 1995. At that time, the government of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso and the Brazilian Ministry of Education began to pursue three areas of national education policy: According to the World Bank, these national educati ... Read »


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    • Ghetto benches

    • Ghetto benches or bench Ghetto (known in Polish as getto ławkowe) was a form of official segregation in the seating of students, introduced in Poland's universities beginning in 1935 at Lwow Polytechnic. By 1937, when this practice became conditionally legalized, most rectors at other higher education institutions h ... Read »


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    • Governance in higher education

    • Governance in higher education is the means by which institutions for higher education (tertiary or post-secondary education) are formally organized and managed (though often there is a distinction between definitions of management and governance). Simply, university governance is the way in which universities are oper ... Read »


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    • Higher education policy

    • Higher education policy refers to how higher education institutions like universities are organised, funded and operated in a society. According to Ansell (2006) there are "three different institutional forms of higher education provision: the Anglo-Saxon, Continental and the Scandinavian education system." Accord ... Read »


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    • Inclusion (education)

    • Inclusion in education is an approach to educating students with special educational needs. Under the inclusion model, students with special needs spend most or all of their time with non-special needs students. Inclusion rejects the use of special schools or classrooms to separate students with disabilities from stude ... Read »


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    • Jewish quota

    • Jewish quota was a type of racial quota stipulating a certain set percentage that limited the number of Jews in various establishments. In particular, in 19th and 20th centuries some countries had Jewish quotas for higher education, a special case of Numerus clausus. Jewish educational quotas could be statewide law or ... Read »


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    • Language attrition

    • Language attrition is the process of decay that a language experiences for lack of use. Attrition may take place at the level of individual speakers, who gradually forgets a language that they used to speak, or at the level of the speech community, which gradually shifts to another language and changes aspects of its o ... Read »


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    • Legacy preferences

    • Legacy preference or legacy admission is a preference given by an institution or organization to certain applicants on the basis of their familial relationship to alumni of that institution, with college admissions being the field in which legacy preferences are most controversially used. (Students so admitted are refe ... Read »


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    • Mainstreaming (education)

    • Mainstreaming, in the context of education, is the practice of educating students with special needs in regular classes during specific time periods based on their skills. This means regular education classes are combined with special education classes. Schools that practice mainstream believe that students with specia ... Read »


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    • Medium of instruction

    • A medium of instruction (plural: usually mediums of instruction, but the archaic media of instruction is still used by some) is a language used in teaching. It may or may not be the official language of the country or territory. If the first language of students is different from the official language, it may be used a ... Read »


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    • Arnold L. Mitchem

    • Arnold L. Mitchem was the president and founder of the non-profit organization the Council for Opportunity in Education in Washington, DC. He currently serves as President Emeritus for the organization. Dr. Mitchem has spent his entire career advocating for equal access to post-secondary education and success of stude ... Read »


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    • Minority-serving institution

    • In the higher education system of the United States, minority-serving institutions (abbreviated MSI) make up a category of educational establishments (federally recognized Title IV colleges and universities) based on enrollment criteria (typically the percentage of enrolled minorities at a particular school). Such scho ... Read »


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    • Multicultural education

    • Multicultural education is a set of strategies and materials in education that were developed to assist teachers when responding to the many issues created by the rapidly changing demographics of their students. It provides students with knowledge about the histories, cultures, and contributions of diverse groups; it a ... Read »


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    • National Education Goals Panel

    • The National Education Goals Panel (NEGP) was an organization formed in 1990 after a meeting of President George H.W. Bush and states' governors in Charlottesville in 1989. The organization was established to report on the nation's progress toward the six education goals adopted at the Charlottesville meeting. The 1994 ... Read »


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    • No nit policy

    • No nit policy is a treatment system recommended by health authorities in the USA, Canada and Australia to assist in the elimination of head lice infestation. The "no nit" policy requires the sending home and barring of all children who have head lice, eggs and/or nits on their hair from controlled settings such as scho ... Read »


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    • Nonsectarian

    • Nonsectarian institutions are secular private educational institutions or other organizations not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious group. Examples of universities that identify themselves as being nonsectarian include Adelphi University, Berea College, Boston University, Brandeis University, ... Read »


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    • Numerus clausus

    • Numerus clausus ("closed number" in Latin) is one of many methods used to limit the number of students who may study at a university. In many cases, the goal of the numerus clausus is simply to limit the number of students to the maximum feasible in some particularly sought-after areas of studies. However, in some case ... Read »


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    • Politics in education

    • As an academic discipline the study of politics in education has two main roots. The first root is based on theories from political science while the second root is footed in organizational theory. Political science attempts to explain how societies and social organizations use power to establish regulations and alloca ... Read »


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    • Response to intervention

    • In education, response to intervention (commonly abbreviated RTI or RtI) is an approach to academic and behavioral intervention used in the United States to provide early, systematic, and appropriately intensive assistance to children who are at risk for or already underperforming as compared to appropriate grade- or a ... Read »


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    • Right to education

    • The right to education is a universal entitlement to education. This is recognized in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as a human right that includes the right to free, compulsory primary education for all, an obligation to develop secondary education accessible to all, in particular b ... Read »


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    • Russian School Defense Staff

    • Russian School Defense Staff or Headquarters for the Protection of Russian Schools (Russian: Штаб защиты русских школ; Latvian: Krievu skolu aizstāvÄ«bas Å¡tābs) — movement in Latvia for protection of public secondary education in Russian. Le ... Read »


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    • Stan Salett

    • Stan Salett (born April 6, 1936) is a civil rights organizer, national education policy advisor and creator of the Upward Bound Program and helped to initiate Head Start. In the early 1960s Salett was an organizer for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and helped organize the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedo ... Read »


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    • School choice

    • School choice is a IDK term for K–12 public education options in the United States, describing a wide array of programs offering students and their families alternatives to publicly provided schools, to which students are generally assigned by the location of their family residence. In the United States, the most ... Read »


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    • School district drug policies

    • School district drug policies are measures that administrators of a school district put into place to discourage drug use by students. Over the decades of the War on Drugs in the United States, primary and secondary school drug and alcohol policies have become increasingly strict, in punishment and in the kinds of ... Read »


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    • School transitions

    • School transitions are the conversions students go through as they change schools throughout their lives. These transitions play a major role in the development of young people’s decisions and serve as a milestone which can direct them in a number of ways. There are two main types of school transitions: normative ... Read »


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    • School-leaving age

    • The school leaving age is the minimum age a person is legally allowed to cease attendance at an institute of compulsory secondary education. Most countries have their school leaving age set the same as their minimum full-time employment age, thus allowing smooth transition from education into employment, whilst a few h ... Read »


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    • Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

    • Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM, previously SMET) is a term that refers to the academic disciplines of science,technology, engineering and mathematics. The term is typically used when addressing education policy and curriculum choices in schools to improve competitiveness in science and technolog ... Read »


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    • Section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

    • Section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is the section of the Constitution of Canada that guarantees minority language educational rights to French-speaking communities outside Quebec, and, to a lesser extent, English-speaking minorities in Quebec. The section may be particularly notable, in that some ... Read »


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    • Select Entry Accelerated Learning

    • A Select Entry Accelerated Learning (SEAL) program is a form of streaming used in government secondary schools in Victoria, Australia to provide a focused educational environment for academically gifted children. The program allows students to undertake Year 8 work in Year 7, and the option to complete their secondary ... Read »


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    • Special needs

    • In the United States, special needs is a term used in clinical diagnostic and functional development to describe individuals who require assistance for disabilities that may be medical, mental, or psychological. For instance, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and the International Classification ... Read »


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    • STEAM fields

    • STEAM fields are science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, together with art. STEAM is designed to integrate STEM subjects and the art of design in the classroom. These programs aim to teach students to think critically and have an engineering or design approach towards real-world problems while building on th ... Read »


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    • STEM pipeline

    • The STEM pipeline is a term used to describe the educational pathway for students in the STEM fields, (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). The start and end of this STEM pipeline are disputed, but it is often considered to begin in early education and extend into graduation or an adult career in STEM. ... Read »


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    • Student benefits

    • Student benefits are transfer payments that are given to students for purposes of full-time study, and require progress in studies, or obtaining academic credits. Student benefits are found in countries where education is free of charge, e.g. Finland and Sweden. Student benefit is paid by the state to all qualifying st ... Read »


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    • Title IV

    • Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA) covers the administration of the United States federal student financial aid programs. American colleges and universities are generally classified with regard to their inclusion under Title IV, such as under the U.S. Department of Education statistics. ... Read »


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    • Universal preschool

    • Universal preschool is an international movement to use public funding to ensure high quality preschool (pre-k) is available to all families. Citing international and domestic research showing a benefit to children from low and middle income families both in the short and long term, the movement to advance publicl ... Read »


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    • University charter

    • University charter is a charter given by provincial, state, regional, and sometimes national governments to legitimize the university's existence. In most Canadian provinces university charters are in the form of Acts (e.g. York University Act). "The Royal Military College of Canada Degrees Act" of 1959 enables th ... Read »


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    • Maris Vinovskis

    • Maris A. Vinovskis is an American academic and historian at the University of Michigan and a leading authority on U.S. social and family history. He is the A. M. and H. P. Bentley Professor of History and a Professor of Public Policy, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy. Vinovskis acts as a Senior Research Scientist ... Read »


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    • Kevin G. Welner

    • Kevin G. Welner

      Kevin G. Welner is Director of the National Education Policy Center located at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is also a professor of education policy at the University of Colorado at Boulder School of Education. He has authored or edited seven books and more than 80 articles and book chapters concerning educ ... Read »


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    • Year-round school in the United States

    • Year-round schooling (YRS) has been present from the 1900s. YRS first appeared in urban areas, because they were not tied to the agriculture cycle. The first towns that implemented YRS were Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C., Cleveland, Buffalo, and Detroit. These towns had schools sessions for 48 or more weeks at a time ... Read »


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