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    As education is a fundamental human right, it should be given the same essential status as all the essential elements of societies, such as food, water, faith and freedom. Learning supplies students, and adults with the aptitude to analyze, amend, to make choices and to have an overall better life. Education is the only real means of providing the young with skills in analysis and understanding that can stop the generational succession of paucity. Knowledge is the main component in a nation’s desires and plans to improve the lives of its people and to create financial and social progress. The duty of the policy brokers is to make the words stated in the first paragraph come true through organized, feasible and fair policies in global education (Education for All, 2012). The rationale for this policy brief is to assist those shouldered with creating workable policy to express a vision…

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    In reality, public policy issues are all around us. As a matter of fact, they are publicized in social media, magazines, legal documents, newspapers, and on the internet. Nevertheless, there is not a business or organization that can operate without associating with public policy. Equally important, every business owner and organization should study public policy and understand its processes. According to Kraft and Furlong (2013), “public policy is a course of government action or inaction…

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    Gilbert, C. K., & Heller, D. E. (2013). Access, Equity, and Community Colleges: The Truman Commission and Federal Higher Education Policy from 1947 to 2011. Journal Of Higher Education, 84(3), 417-443. Gilbert & Heller (2013) posits that the Truman Commission and Federal Education Policy has set out policy to ensure equal access to higher education for all students regardless of income or achievement level and provided more federal funding to increase the role of community college availability…

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    My policy speech will persuade my audience that the General Education Planning and Oversight Task Force at the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) to reform Penn State’s general education program with a distribution requirement, in approach of achieving more personalized and cohesive educational program that better supplements or complements students’ focused field of study. The formal entity I am identifying as the policy-maker is the General Education Planning and Oversight Task Force…

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    Kingdom (UK) is similar throughout Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England; providing for appropriate special education services for those students who qualifying is similar as well. With a focus specifically on England, which occupies the southernmost region of the UK, this section of the paper will examine the policy framework, programs, and assessments of exceptional needs students through a comparative lens with that of similar structures and services throughout the United States. The…

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    Having had recent ground-level experience within the Arizona, Connecticut, and Massachusetts public education realm, it has been apparent that every state has their own foci, challenges, ideas for reform, and agendas. Current policy initiatives seem to be tailored for each state’s own struggles but with little oversight and success. Additionally, two federal policies and education initiatives that have influenced states across the nation have been the No Child Left Behind Act (enacted in 2002)…

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    lead to the demise of a country that is thought to be flowing with amber waves of grain and plotted with purple mountains as it was put by Katharine Lee Bates in 1913. According to the Brookings Institute, in a report completed by Ron Haskins, Richard Merman, and Isabel Sawhill, from October 2012, the literacy rates of students in the United States are far lower than any other industrialized country in the world. The American education system has been severely lacking in the ability to teach…

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    In the heart of twenty-first century America, state-level higher-education reforms magnify socio-economic injustices of wealth, income and educational attainment. In particular, the Michigan Education Trust (MET) policy allows the unequal distribution of educational and economic opportunities in Michigan to worsen because it merely permits state residents to invest in college savings accounts for student recipients without adequately covering college costs. With a target demographic that has few…

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    Special Education Policy Case Review There are four sources of law in the United States, one of which is the rulings of judicial courts (Russo & Osborne, 2008). It’s these court trials and judicial opinions that determine how legislation is to be interpreted and applied because at times, legislation is ambiguous or broad or may not necessarily take into account the affects of preexisting legislation. As with all other types of legislation, lawsuits regarding special education occur and it’s…

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    Gordon 19 Rethink), education (Carlisle), and policy (PEI Dept. of Environment, Labour and Justice ), efficiently work to stymie localized bullying. The globality of CB, although, the intersections of national, cultural, and social values, either negates the technology, lacks the educational resources, or purposely circumvents legal protocol. Such tips—(blocking, ignoring, protecting passwords)—lack the immediacy in ameliorating the harm after the fact. The most effective way of enriching…

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