Paid Educational Leave Convention

Some articles on educational:

The Salisbury Review - Honeyford Affair
... in 1984 discussed themes on ethnicity, culture and assimilation, and educational performance ... views in two letters in 1982, to the Times Educational Supplement (TES) and a local Bradford paper, and then in an extended article in the TES in November 1982 ... for integration and the limiting factors for educational performance lie in the home family environment in immigrant families ...
Networked Learning
... Networked learning is practised in both informal and formal educational settings ... networked communication is formally facilitated, assessed and/or recognised by an educational organisation ... It has been suggested that networked learning offers educational institutions more functional efficiency, in that the curriculum can be more tightly managed centrally, or in the case of vocational learning ...
Educational Leadership
... the talents and energies of teachers, pupils, and parents toward achieving common educational aims ... This term is often used synonymously with educational leadership in the United States and has supplanted educational management in the United Kingdom ... universities in the United States offer graduate degrees in educational leadership ...
Educational Evaluation
... Educational evaluation is the evaluation process of characterizing and appraising some aspect/s of an educational process ... There are two common purposes in educational evaluation which are, at times, in conflict with one another ... Educational institutions usually require evaluation data to demonstrate effectiveness to funders and other stakeholders, and to provide a measure of performance for marketing purposes ...

Famous quotes containing the words convention, leave, paid and/or educational:

    By convention there is color, by convention sweetness, by
    convention bitterness, but in reality there are atoms and space.
    Democritus (c. 460–400 B.C.)

    One must leave one’s parents early, especially one’s mother. Mothers are never any good for their daughters. They forget they were just as ugly and silly and scraggy when they were little girls.
    Robert, Mrs. Henrey (b. 1906)

    Every notable advance in technique or organization has to be paid for, and in most cases the debit is more or less equivalent to the credit. Except of course when it’s more than equivalent, as it has been with universal education, for example, or wireless, or these damned aeroplanes. In which case, of course, your progress is a step backwards and downwards.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)

    We do not have to get our children to learn; only to allow and encourage them in their learning. We do not have to dictate what they should learn; only to discern and respond to what it is that they are learning. Such responsiveness is at once the most educational and the most loving.
    Polly Berrien Berends (20th century)