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Research paper on teachers attitude to reform in education

The purpose of the study is to ascertain teachers' views of education reforms being implemented in their country.

  1. Other recent studies about education reform initiatives have focused on the viewpoints of policy makers. The pilot study results will be used to finalize design of the prototype for the George Washington University international study.
  2. Procedures and Summary of Content A study on teachers' professional development and its relationship to implementing education reforms is presently being piloted. The sampling plan will have to be designed to take into account the different ways that school systems are organized in each of the participating countries.
  3. Sample A contact person from the Minister or Secretary of Education's office will be asked to provide a list of teachers to be considered for possible inclusion in the sample population. The National Academies Press.
  4. This study is unique in that it will directly involve classroom teachers in assessing the impact of education reforms on classrooms.
  5. Design Participants Pilot test. The pilot study results will be used to finalize design of the prototype for the George Washington University international study.

The study also will be designed to ask teachers what their needs are in terms of training and professional development experiences to implement the reforms. Other recent studies about education reform initiatives have focused on the viewpoints of policy makers.

This study is unique in that it will directly involve classroom teachers in assessing the impact of education reforms on classrooms.

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The study will first determine whether education reform is occurring in the Washington, D. Organization and Management The plan is to work through Education International, a union representing 20 million teachers and allied school personnel worldwide. A member of the association in each country will be asked to manage the country survey of teachers.

Dennis Holmes and Marsha Levine are part of the team conducting the study. A person with recognized experience in conducting international studies will be invited to serve as a consultant to the project.

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The Institute will work with Education International to identify teacher organizations in 8-12 OECD countries to work with the Institute in conducting the study. A representative from the teacher organization s in each country, along with a contact person from the Minister or Secretary of Education's office will be asked to help the Institute implement the project.

  1. Sample A contact person from the Minister or Secretary of Education's office will be asked to provide a list of teachers to be considered for possible inclusion in the sample population. The sampling plan will have to be designed to take into account the different ways that school systems are organized in each of the participating countries.
  2. This study is unique in that it will directly involve classroom teachers in assessing the impact of education reforms on classrooms.
  3. The Institute will work with Education International to identify teacher organizations in 8-12 OECD countries to work with the Institute in conducting the study. A full proposal for the study will be developed during the summer of 1994.
  4. Design Participants Pilot test. A representative from the teacher organization s in each country, along with a contact person from the Minister or Secretary of Education's office will be asked to help the Institute implement the project.

Design Participants Pilot test: Sample A contact person from the Minister or Secretary of Education's office will be asked to provide a list of teachers to be considered for possible inclusion in the sample population. The sampling plan will have to be designed to take into account the different ways that school systems are organized in each of the participating countries.

  • Timetable The exploratory phase was completed; a proposal for the study was developed;
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  • The sampling plan will have to be designed to take into account the different ways that school systems are organized in each of the participating countries.

International Comparative Studies in Education: The National Academies Press. Procedures and Summary of Content A study on teachers' professional development and its relationship to implementing education reforms is presently being piloted.

This study is being conducted in the United States and involves the eight school districts in the Washington, D.

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In particular, the study will attempt to determine whether education reform is occurring in these districts and whether teachers' professional development programs have been re designed to support the reform efforts. It will involve teachers, staff development personnel, and the respective superintendents. In March 1994 Mary Futrell chaired a meeting convened by the Education International of leaders of all of its member organizations in OECD countries to discuss education reform.

The pilot study results will be used to finalize design of the prototype for the George Washington University international study. A full proposal for the study will be developed during the summer of 1994.

Timetable The exploratory phase was completed; a proposal for the study was developed.