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A guide to the educational priorities and change to expect from the Obama administration Although the Obama's goals for education have been articulated in his speeches and on his website, what's missing is a picture of what these proposals mean in practice. This guide provides the articles, stories, and commentary to clarify Obama's priorities for education. The plan itself A guide to the educational priorities and change to expect from the Obama administration Although the Obama's goals for education have been articulated in his speeches and on his website, what's missing is a picture of what these proposals mean in practice. This guide provides the articles, stories, and commentary to clarify Obama's priorities for education. The plan itself is comprehensive and covers preschool, K-12, and college-level education. Among its recommendations: expand early education, improve teacher quality, support school innovation, make math and science national priorities, address the dropout crisis, and improve college access and affordability. Compiled by Education Week-education's newspaper of record Offers information and opinion on Obama's key educational priorities Provides a listing of the President's recommendations for education from pre-school to college level Includes advice for the President from key education leaders


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A guide to the educational priorities and change to expect from the Obama administration Although the Obama's goals for education have been articulated in his speeches and on his website, what's missing is a picture of what these proposals mean in practice. This guide provides the articles, stories, and commentary to clarify Obama's priorities for education. The plan itself A guide to the educational priorities and change to expect from the Obama administration Although the Obama's goals for education have been articulated in his speeches and on his website, what's missing is a picture of what these proposals mean in practice. This guide provides the articles, stories, and commentary to clarify Obama's priorities for education. The plan itself is comprehensive and covers preschool, K-12, and college-level education. Among its recommendations: expand early education, improve teacher quality, support school innovation, make math and science national priorities, address the dropout crisis, and improve college access and affordability. Compiled by Education Week-education's newspaper of record Offers information and opinion on Obama's key educational priorities Provides a listing of the President's recommendations for education from pre-school to college level Includes advice for the President from key education leaders

36 review for The Obama Education Plan: An Education Week Guide

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    ed week has some clever marketers. less clever book editors, it would seem. this collection of web pieces is fine if you're looking for background on the issues obama is seeking to address (early education, the drop out crisis, better math & science preparation for students, etc.) - but if you're looking for insight on obama's actual plan for accomplishing these things, you're better off standing on pennsylvannia ave. and tilting an ear toward the oval. barack is on this book's cover to shift un ed week has some clever marketers. less clever book editors, it would seem. this collection of web pieces is fine if you're looking for background on the issues obama is seeking to address (early education, the drop out crisis, better math & science preparation for students, etc.) - but if you're looking for insight on obama's actual plan for accomplishing these things, you're better off standing on pennsylvannia ave. and tilting an ear toward the oval. barack is on this book's cover to shift units, and that's about the extent of his relevance here. which might be okay if ed week actually took the time to translate web pieces for book consumption. as it is, you've got short articles frequently interupted by sidebar stories (ocassionally even via 2 page spreads) - jarring and only slightly informative to say the least. it's like they literally copy&pasted their website into a book. it's a decent primer about all the problems our public schools face today, but here's to hoping that better analysis comes with time.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rodney

    This is a fantastic book of things that President Obama hopes to do with our Educational System. The book faces on drastic change to include funding, longer school days and incentive pay for teachers. The change is alsol focused on removing teachers who are not qualified to be in our schools.

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