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Joel Spring: American Education     Chapter 7 Summary by Pete Kendall
SAT vs. ACT in the high-stakes testing game.
Scores affect property values.
Who Controls AmericanEducation?
Who   Controls   American  Education?Governmental branchesand agencies…
Who   Controls   American  Education?Non-governmental,private groups…
Who   Controls   American  Education?Private foundations…
Federal influence through funding.
The federal government exercisesdisproportionate influence over education.
Is American education already        nationalized?
Reading Wars? It’s true!
NCLB on  school violenceprevention.
There IS cheating on high-stakes tests…
Why cheat? Fear.
NCLB’s high-stakes testing is highly influential.
Low test scores may result in dire         consequences.
Hello?
ReferencesPhotography from the following Flickr.com members was downloaded on 7.30.2012         for use in this presentati...
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American Education Chapter 7 presentation

  1. 1. Joel Spring: American Education Chapter 7 Summary by Pete Kendall
  2. 2. SAT vs. ACT in the high-stakes testing game.
  3. 3. Scores affect property values.
  4. 4. Who Controls AmericanEducation?
  5. 5. Who Controls American Education?Governmental branchesand agencies…
  6. 6. Who Controls American Education?Non-governmental,private groups…
  7. 7. Who Controls American Education?Private foundations…
  8. 8. Federal influence through funding.
  9. 9. The federal government exercisesdisproportionate influence over education.
  10. 10. Is American education already nationalized?
  11. 11. Reading Wars? It’s true!
  12. 12. NCLB on school violenceprevention.
  13. 13. There IS cheating on high-stakes tests…
  14. 14. Why cheat? Fear.
  15. 15. NCLB’s high-stakes testing is highly influential.
  16. 16. Low test scores may result in dire consequences.
  17. 17. Hello?
  18. 18. ReferencesPhotography from the following Flickr.com members was downloaded on 7.30.2012 for use in this presentation under a Creative Commons agreement: Arm wrestling by Aldoaldoz ASH Locked by Bill Rhodes Photo Bully boy with ball by Trix0r Cheating by Mr_Stein Money by 401(K)2012 Graduation by Besighyawn Home by Paul L. McCord Jr. Money grab by Truthorg NCLB Schoolhouse by M.V.Jantzen Old Schoolhouse by JHF Portage Path School Demolition by Ecstatic Mark Puppets by Louish Pixel Running Away by Stuant63 Schoolhouse by Loozrboy Subdivision by Eurobas Reading by Old Shoe Woman Ghost by Sherwood411

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