CHARTER The Historical Overview Michael J. Worth n 1641 , William Hibbens , Hugh Peter , and Thomas Weld set sail from Boston to London on a mission to solicit gifts for a young American college . Their stated purpose was to raise money ...
Author: Michael J. Worth
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
In this sequel to the highly respected and practical 1993 book on fund raising, Worth and his group of authoritative contributors cover areas that did not even exist in this field in 1993, including the concepts of "principal gifts" and "benchmarking." They adapt strategies from Worth's earlier book and introduce many new ones to meet current challenges and take advantage of new opportunities. Comprising 31 chapters divided into ten logical parts, the authors provide a complete picture of this field, which is so important to leaders in higher education. Beginning with a strong base of knowledge, the authors then discuss topics ranging from raising funds from individuals; creating the campaign (accounting, long-range planning, leadership, the mission, kickoff); corporate and foundation support; traditions of giving; managing and supporting development programs; ethical concerns; and trends for the future. Michael Worth gives a great deal of attention to the environment in which those responsible for advancement in higher education have to work today. The book addresses new areas in the field that didn't exist when Worth wrote his first edition of this book in 1993. For example, the use of financial instruments in the planning of gift giving are more sophisticated, and business techniques have been tapped to improve management of programs and measurement of success. Part II of the book describes the underlying foundations of educational fund raising in three chapters, each written by an expert contributor. This section of the book describes the base of knowledge in the field (theory and research) and discusses the institutional plan and its relationship to the goals and objectives of the institution. Part V, covers corporate and foundation support, which is based on reasoned strategies and business plans and goals rather than on altruism and emotion, which can often be the foundation for individual giving. The book also includes a glossary and a selective bibliography.
These fees could easily be paid by those living in San Souci or on Idiot's Hill, but many of our schools' parents ... If the voters approve that issue, a big chunk of the money raised will go to put artificial turf on the football field ...
Author: Reg Hinely
This volume is an extended case study of a hypothetical school district--its residential communities, a middle school and secondary school, its students, teachers, administrators, parents and board members. An integrated series of cases, all dealing with characters and situations within the school district, it offers a realistic picture of what teaching is really about. Case activities increase readers' awareness of the professional aspects of teaching, and provide opportunities for teacher reflection and decision making and for dealing with the consequences of teacher actions. Chapters 2-15 include "Questions for Reflection and Discussion," "Class and Individual Projects," and "Questions Based on Activities." Most chapters conclude with "Additional Teaching and Learning Skills" and "Suggestions For Further Reading."
It is important to make clear that economic education is not about getting children to 'worry' about money (although it is ... This involves the children being involved with a plan to make and sell a product in order to raise money.
Author: Victoria Pugh
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) and relationships, (sex) and health education (R(S)HE) are often undervalued in school and are frequently seen as an add-ons. But when taught well, PSHE and R(S)HE can enhance not only other subjects but strengthen school safeguarding, develop pupil well-being and improve pupils' progress and resilience in learning. Underpinned by a range of contemporary research and illustrated through examples of classroom practice, the expert team of teacher educators look at a range of curriculum areas and contemporary issues to explore how PSHE and R(S)HE education can enhance other curriculum areas. As well as showing how pupils' life skills can be developed, they also explore how teachers' understanding of how PSHE and R(S)HE can be implemented without additional planning or expensive resources. The book takes an inclusive understanding of both diverse families and relationships throughout. Topics covered include: -social media, online presence and critical literacy skills -mental health coping strategies -plastic reducing -topical, sensitive, controversial issues (TSCIs) Covering the whole primary spectrum from Early Years to Key Stage 2, case studies from each phase are included within each chapter to help practitioners to relate the material to their own classroom. Points to consider for your setting are included and guidance on further reading provides reliable direction for additional information.
out having to raise money for itself ; however such a utopia seems further away than ever . The most realistic response for a head would appear to be to encourage parents to raise money and ensure that every event has some ulterior ...
Reissuing works originally published between 1975 and 1997, this collection includes books covering all aspect of managing schools, from primary to further education. With an international selection of authors, some volumes present case studies while others address wider areas of concern in the management of educational institutions. Individual volumes concern special schools and specific types such as the grant-maintained system in the UK. Topics cross over from finance to staff development to politics and governance to innovation. This is an excellent varied set for any education management bookshelf.
Author: Massachusetts. Board of EducationPublish On: 1892
TOWNS TO RAISE MONEY FOR SCHOOLS . Towns to raise money for schools . G.S. 38 , § 12 . 10 Met . 5 13 . SECT . 17. The several towns shall at their annual meetings , or at a regular meeting called for the purpose , raise such sums of ...
Author: Massachusetts. Board of Education
1st-72nd include the annual report of the Secretary of the Board.
Author: Massachusetts. Board of EducationPublish On: 1892
TOWNS TO RAISE MONEY FOR SCHOOLS . Towns to raise money for schools . G. 8. 38 , $ 12 . 10 Met . 513 . SECT . 17. The several towns shall at their annual meetings , or at a regular meeting called for the purpose , raise such sums of ...
Author: Massachusetts. Board of EducationPublish On: 1861
Massachusetts. Board of Education. to raise money , town may order SECT . 28. The money so collected and paid shall be at the Money raised to disposal of the committee appointed by the district , to be by committees . them applied to ...
Author: Michael Ernest JonesPublish On: 2010-10-13
... input from the community education committee. To Chinnawat, the concept is great, but it hasn't been as successful as its potential indicates. The committee has a lot of power to raise money and coordinate local wisdom initiatives.
Author: Michael Ernest Jones
The establishment of alternative education, private foundations, and networks linked to socio-political and spiritual advocacies distinguishes the Thai social movement in this research. This research is a qualitative study that has made use of historical accounts to associate with data gathered from extensive interviews and case studies in order to inquire as to whether alternative education represents an historical spiritual tradition of opposition to reform hegemony, and whether it has had an impact on state reform efforts. Also investigated was whether there are some historical patterns associated with the manner in which the state of Thailand has dealt with the forces of globalization and whether the collective action by informal movements of Thai people also has the same predictable pattern of response to the global. Analysis and comparison of these issues contribute in determining the values associated with people in the alternative education movement and the motives and intentions associated with state-initiated reforms. A further related aspect explored is the degree of "Thai-ness" and the embedded historical pattern of both the alternative education movement and education reform. These inquiries were answered through the collection of data from three different trips to Thailand over a four-year period, the last trip a one-year stay that permitted case studies and observations at three alternative schools, and the interview of a host of participants from home-school parents and students to Ministry of Education staff and officers. In examining the data, a clearer notion of what lies underneath the idea of Buddhist education and spirituality became clearer and how educational reform based on Western ideals and notions has not taken into account Buddhism and culture as education. This illumination brings new insight and also raises a new question as to the difference between social movements in a Buddhist nation such as Thailand and social movements in the West.
In the 1920s , two scholars studying the National PTA successfully created a division between volunteer work and fundraising by making a distinction between the educational functions of PTAs and volunteers ' monetary contributions .
Author: Andrea Walton
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Category: Social Science
This book illuminates the philanthropic impulse that has influenced women's education and its place in the broader history of philanthropy in America. Contributing to the history of women, education, and philanthropy, the book shows how voluntary activity and home-grown educational enterprise were as important as big donors in the development of philanthropy. The essays in Women and Philanthropy in Education are generally concerned with local rather than national effects of philanthropy, and the giving of time rather than monetary support. Many of the essays focus on the individual lives of female philanthropists (Olivia Sage, Martha Berry) and teachers (Tsuda Umeko, Catharine Beecher), offering personal portraits of philanthropy in the 19th and 20th centuries. These stories provide evidence of the key role played by women in the development of philanthropy and its importance to the education of women. Philanthropic and Nonprofit Studies -- Dwight F. Burlingame and David C. Hammack, editors
general revenue, some of which is used to fund schools. Some states also have specialized mechanisms for raising money for education (including lotteries). 2. A plan for the distribution of state funds to local school districts.
Author: J.C. Blokhuis
Education Law, Sixth Edition provides a comprehensive survey of the legal problems and issues confronting school leaders, teachers, and policymakers today. Court cases accompanied by explanation and analysis can help aspiring educators understand the subtlety and richness of the law. Accordingly, each of the 12 thematic chapters begins with an overview, concludes with a summary, and balances an explanation of the important principles of education law with actual court decisions to illuminate those issues most relevant for educational policy and practice. This updated and expanded Sixth Edition includes: Revision of case law, education policy, and citations to reflect the most recent decisions and developments in the field. Cases and commentary on key topics such as constitutional rights of students in public schools, school discipline, safety, and zero tolerance policies, school choice and parental rights claims, the regulation of charter schools and home-based education, cyberbullying and the regulation of online speech, racial and sexual harassment policies, and collective bargaining, unions, and working conditions. eResources accessible at www.routledge.com/9780367195250 include a Glossary for students, Chapter Outlines and Abstracts for instructors, as well as Tables of Cases.