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PRACTICAL ETHICS
edited 4/14/14
Practicing Educators Reflect on Professional Concerns


Burnheimer, T. (Coor. Spec. Education) Educational Resources and Special Education

Carney-Dalton, P. (Principal) Teacher Choice

Culp, R. (Asst. Principal) Is Special Education Fair?

 Enters, E. (Counselor)  Suburban Socioeconomic Segregation

Eppinger, R. (Principal) School Uniforms: do they make a difference?

Garvin, T. A. (Math Teacher) Is a 'Satisfactory'  Grade Satisfactory?

Johnson, K. (Principal) Teacher Merit Pay

Lapinsky, D. (Asst. Director) School to Work

 

McAleer, Patrick J. (Principal) Charter Schools: Reform or Repackaging?

McCune, C. (Asst. Principal) Zero-Tolerance Policies

McIlmoyle, W. J. (Principal) Random Drug Tests for High School Athletes?

Meloche, J. (Principal) Teacher Evaluation

Seaman, D. (Psychologist) Special Education and Equal Opportunity

Shaw, R. (HS Science Dept. Chair) The Tracking Controversy

Trissler, T. (Special Educator) Should Values Be Taught in School?

Weinstein, R. (School Administrator) Should Public Schools Address Diversity?

Weitzel, D. (Elementary School Principal) A Problematic Philosophy of "Full Inclusion"


 
 

For Ethics-Based Proposals Focussing More Carefully on Cost-Benefits Analysis and Argument Structure see
"Ethical Argument, Practical Proposal"

   
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