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Reflections: Student/Personnel Management and Technology

Posted by Hope Scott on Tuesday, November 9, 2010, In : school law 

The most relevant student-management issue is Internet use.  Access to technology and the Internet is vital for students.  These skills are essential in all aspects of their lives.  Our school has a problem with students accessing unauthorized sites while at school.  Many of our students do not have access to the Internet at home.  According to Bissonette (2009), a "digital divide" exist between households and schools that have access to the technology and those who do not.   This divide can ...

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Reflections: My View of Educations's Role in Society

Posted by Hope Scott on Tuesday, November 9, 2010, In : school law 

My view of educations's role in society leans toward schools helping "to teach students to think and express themselves independently. (Hopson, M.)" Schools must have a delicate balance of both "marketplace of ideas" and "value inculcation." Students need to be able to express their ideas and viewpoints in the safe environment of the school. But, school leaders must have the ability to censure that expression if it is biased or harmful. I grew up in the 60's and graduated from high school in ...

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School Law - Thoughts about the IEP Process

Posted by Hope Scott on Thursday, October 28, 2010, In : school law 
Response #1: How do school staff members feel about the IEP process as a whole? Is it stressful? Do they feel it represents a true collaboration between parents and staff members to best serve students?  Our school staff members feel that the IEP process is a necessary evil.  Our school has a large special needs demographic due to the fact that we are the school of record for the Hughen Center which provides services, including housing, for severely handicapped youth and adults.   Our diagnos...

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