It lays out what we expect from the parents and what we will give back to them. The Dealing with bullying policy sets out our aims as a school and strategies for dealing with bullying so as to show parents that we will not tolerate it and that we as a school strive to provide a happy and friendly environment with the visions and values that promote positive behaviour and in so doing creating a place in which children and young people are able to learn. 1.2 Our Good behaviour for learning policy states that good teaching and learning are crucial to good behaviour and as a school we pride ourselves in encouraging and inspiring our children to succeed, our Dealing with bullying policy talks about our school curriculum being based around the five outcomes of ECM (Every Child Matters). Both policies are crucial in helping children and young people to: a) Feel safe…by allowing them to know that bullying is taken seriously and not tolerated as stated in the Dealing with bullying policy, it also reassures them that they will be listened to and acted upon. The Good behaviour for learning policy explains what appropriate action will be taken according to each case.
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A CLOSER LOOK AT DISABILITIES Edward Atterholt Grand Canyon University: SPE 226 October 14, 2012 A Closer Look at Disabilities. Disabilities have been around since the dawn of time. Documentation had been found tracing back to 400 years BC on the views of society that demonstrate the wonton disregard for disabilities. Children we outright killed or maimed if they were found to have any deformity. As time progressed, the conditions and treatment could have been considered to have improved, but the conditions were still harsh in the placement in the asylums (PHILOSOPHY, 2007).
Pa. Code $ 14.02 (a) (2) (xxiv): Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) and Education Placement for Students with Individualize Education Programs (IEP) Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) October 1, 2006 Boyer, E.L, (1979) “Public Law 92-142” A Promising Start, Educational Leadership (pgs. 298301), Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. “Public Law 92-142” Vanderbilt Kennedy Center (Retrieved online January 14, 2011) Overarching Issues – the Pros and Cons Kaufmann, J. “The Regular Education Initiatives as Reagan –Bush Education Policy: A Trickled-Down Theory of Education of the
“Against School,” an article written by John Gatto, (2003), for the Harper’s Magazine gives insight about “How public education cripples our kids, and why.” Having taught in public schools for thirty years, Gatto argues that schools have become prisons and factories of childishness. To support his claim that education does not require controlled and forced schooling, he mentions George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and others who never graduated from a secondary school but went ahead to become American presidents. He describes the process of schooling as boring to both teachers and students. Compulsory mass schooling in United States started in early 19th century for three reasons, to make good people, good citizens and make each person his/her personal best. He quotes H.L.
Johnson Publishing Company Inc. 1990. Retrieved November 14, 2011 from High Beam Research: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-8325373.html Cogburn, C., Chavous, T., & Griffin, T. (2011). School-based racial and gender discrimination among African American adolescents: Exploring gender variation in frequency and implications for adjustment. Race and Social Problems, 3(1), pp. 25-37.
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Immigration...Native American: Destroying Cultures - For Teachers (Library of Congress). N.p., n.d. Web. 9 Sept. 2012. <http://www.loc.gov/teachers/classroommaterials/presentationsandactivities/presentations/immigration/native_american.html>.
School Segregation Is Increasing in the South. Retrieved February 5, 2015, from http://abcnews.go.com/ABC_Univision/Politics/schools-segregated/story?id=18028218 Magnet Schools of America (2014). The Leader In Me: A.B. Combs Leadership Elementary School. (2014, January 1).