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Analysis of course offerings and enrollments as related to school characteristics
National Center for Education Statistics.
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Analysis of course offerings and enrollments as related to school characteristics. [Washington, D.C.?]: National Center for Education Statistics, (OCoLC) Online version: West, Jerry, Analysis of course offerings and enrollments as related to school characteristics. [Washington, D.C.?]: National Center for Education.
Course offerings iby curricular area): the total number of class periods listed in the class. schedule that belong to a given curricular area. This number is reported as a percentage of the total number of valid class periods (that is, exclusive of any non-teaching period).
Conger et al. () argue that a school's AP course offerings are most strongly associated with the number of their rising ninth-grade students with above-average math achievement, and a school's.
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If you are offering a course that will be publicized through a catalog or brochure, you or the course sponsor will need to write a course description. The course description is vital to getting people to enroll in your course.
A good course description can mean many enrollments while a poor course description can doom your course before it starts. COST ANALYSIS OF SELECTED HIGH SCHOOL VOCATIONAL COURSES IN RELATION TO ACADEMIC OFFERINGS by Rex Ronald Deputy A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty in Partial Fulfillment of The Requirements for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Major Subject: Education Administration Appro vea: Iowa State University Ames, Iowa Directed study in an area, not provided for in course offerings, for which the student has special interest and adequate preparation.
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Crucial to any curriculum is its content. For purposes of this evaluation, an analysis of the content should address whether the content meets the current and long-term needs of the students. What constitutes the long-term needs of the students is a value judgment based on what one sees as the proper goals and objectives of a curriculum.
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With the five-‐ year window of the prior. For example, a popular course offered during a popular time will result in more enrollments than a popular course offered during an unpopular time. Further analysis and data collection related to this predictive variable of course scheduling by time will be performed in the coming semesters/terms.
include preparation in consumer skills, analysis of social issues, and civic participation skills, as well as an appreciation of American institutions. The findings on social studies course offerings and enrollments are drawn from the Illinois Census of Secondary School Course Offerings.
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