Education Plan

Step 1 of 4
Community, Parents, and Students Choose
 and Prioritize Goals

Prelude:
1. Improve HS Graduation Rate
2. Maximize Use of Free Internet Learning Materials
3. Publicly Accountable Charter Schools Goal Fulfillment

4. Maximize College Acceptance
5. Curriculum Based on What Student Do Well
6. Track Students by Special Intelligence
7. Community, State or Federal Based Curriculums

8. Guided by Bloom's Taxonomy
9. Choose between Pedagogy and Andragogy

 

Step 2
 Structural Changes
to Meet Parental Goals

Step 3
Individualized Curriculum

Step 4
Determining Accountability

See Post Secondary Recommendations

Please Share   Thanks Walter     3/15/21   


Prelude

1. Improve HS Graduation Rate

Chart Source: washingtonpost.com/ circle added by editor


 

2. Maximize Use of Free Internet Learning Materials
Free Courses , Textbooks, Quick Notes Textbooks, Quick Notes Course Materials, Reference Library  

3. Accountable Charter Schools Goal Fulfillment  using community cost/benefits analysis.
The Right Way to Assess Charter Schools  

Exploring the Consequences of Charter School Expansion in U.S. Cities

4. Maximize College Acceptance

5. Curriculum Based on What Student Do Well
Maximize the minimum for
Special Intelligence, what student does well
Maximize the maximum for students with a really high specially intelligence 
Minimize the maximum regret by increasing graduate rates.

6. Track Students by  Special Intelligence
Use a feeder school approach as courses get more difficult
Allow better students to tutor average students
see
Stand and Delivery and Garfield_H.S .Placement

7. Community, State, or National Based Curriculums

8. Guided by Bloom's Taxonomy

 

 

Appropriate Rate Upward Varies from student to student.
Individualized Curriculum recommended.
Quality Control be solely based upon continuation rates.
 

9. Choose between Pedagogy and Andragogy
example Tech Base, Real World, Activity Driven, Question Oriented College Curriculum

10. Individualized Curriculum

Editor's Notes:
1) Students with high special Intelligence operate in a meritocracy.

4) Teachers need much more freedom to meet student diverse needs.
Here is one suggestion. Educating the Class of 2038

Thanks!  walter    suggestion to antonw@ix.netcom.com