This book describes 10 decades of wasteful practices buried deep within U.S. schools. TodayAs educators did not invent these wasteful practices; they inherited them. Five of the root causes are wasting time and five are wasting student potential. Ten years ago the first edition of Permission to Forget was published, and now this landmark anniversary edition is available. Its legacy of improvement is report after report from educators describing what happens in schools when these root causes are removed. It should not go unnoticed that root cause removal is free, unlike legislated reforms. Think about it: free! But teachers, principals, and district superintendents must collaborate in order to remove these root causes. Teachers can not remove them by themselves. Principals can not remove them by themselves. Superintendents can not remove them by themselves. Only together can teams of educators lead the removal of these 10 wasteful practices and provide America the education it desires.That day, the Social Science Fair Contest opened my eyes and forced my ears on so that I might experience learning competition ... In the end, that day was a day of personal transformation. ... of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.a#39;s birthday and legacy featured middle schoolers in a aquot;Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Writing Contest.
|Title||:||Permission to Forget, Tenth Anniversary Edition|
|Publisher||:||ASQ Quality Press - 2013-04-12|