by U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English
|Statement||Beatrice F. Birman, Alison L. Reeve, Cheryl L. Sattler.|
|Contributions||Reeve, Alison L., Sattler, Cheryl L., Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.), United States. Office of Educational Research and Improvement.|
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This report provides an analysis of the Eisenhower Professional Development program. It briefly considers the educational context within which the d Congress acted to convert the Dwight D. Eisenhower Mathematics and Science Education Act into the current program covering a much broader array of subject areas and briefly reviews the structure of the program under prior : James B. Stedman. This report provides an analysis of the Eisenhower Professional Development program. It briefly considers the educational context within which the d Congress acted to convert the Dwight D. Eisenhower Mathematics and Science Education Act into the current program covering a much broader array of subject areas and briefly reviews the structure of the program under prior law. This is the first report from a 3-year evaluation of Part B of the Eisenhower Professional Development Program, the U.S. Department of Education's single largest investment dedicated to developing teachers' knowledge and skills. The report presents 10 emerging themes about the program resulting from exploratory case studies of 6 school districts conducted in Cited by: 8. The Eisenhower Professional Development State Grants program is the largest Federal effort dedicated to supporting educator professional development. In , the range of award amounts was $1,, - $39,, and the average state grant amount was approximately $6,, The program provides funds to State.
program places a priority on math and science professional development. FY —$,, FY —Funds for the Eisenhower Professional Development Program are being requested under the Teaching to High Standards Stat e Grants program. Total FY request is $,, The book reads smoothly and well, and we get to understand the world that shaped Eisenhower. We can be glad that Ike stayed in the military even when promotions were slow (he was a major for 16 years), so that he would be ready and able to grow into his role as Supreme Commander in World War II. Named after the 53 rd President of the United States and 13 th President of Columbia University, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Eisenhower Leader Development Program (ELDP) offers a slightly modified M.A. for U.S. Army officers. Students are predominantly at the rank of Captain, at the United States Military Academy (USMA), West Point, New York. This M.A. Program is conducted in. Message from the Executive Director Welcome to the Eisenhower Cooperative website. This website is designed to provide helpful information to the community, parents, students, and staff regarding the programs and services offered by the Cooperative to students with disabilities. The Eisenhower Cooperative is a special education joint agreement in southern Cook County. Our Cooperative includes.
Get this from a library! Designing effective professional development: lessons from the Eisenhower Program. [Michael S Garet; American Institutes for Research.; United States. Department of Education. Planning and Evaluation Service.;]. Books shelved as eisenhower: Eisenhower in War and Peace by Jean Edward Smith, Ike's Bluff: President Eisenhower's Secret Battle to Save the World by Eva. The Eisenhower Professional Development Program, Title II of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), is the federal government’s largest investment that is solely focused on developing the knowledge and skills of classroom teachers. The program is key to meeting the U.S. Department of Education’s objective of ensuring that a. Author: U.S. Department of Education: Description: The second report of the National Evaluation of the Eisenhower Professional Development Program, Part B (State and Local Activities), a multi-year evaluation being conducted by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) under a contract with the U.S. Department of Education's Planning and Evaluation Service.