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School Reform

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Psychology/ Measurement        (Back To Top)

"Classification Error in Evaluation Practice: the impact of the "false positive" on educational practice and policy" in educational Horizons Summer 2008

"Testing for Justice”  in educational Horizons 85,1 Fall 2006

Reason and Authority in Education: Is the study of psychology appropriate to teacher preparation? in "Rethinking the Place of Reason in Education." The Proceedings of the Forty-Third Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society.  Fall 1999.

"Behaviorism" in J.J. Chambliss (ed.) Philosophy of Education: an encyclopedia New York: Garland Pub. May 1996. 52 - 55. (Click for derived "Mathematics of Behaviorism.")

"Reconsiderations: B.F. Skinner's Walden Two"
Educational Studies Vol. 26, nos. 1/2, Spring/Summer 1995. 12 - 22.

"Educational Assessment: confusing status with achievement" educational Horizons Fall 1993. 7 - 10.

"Psychologists in the Classroom" educational Horizons Summer 1993. 166 - 168.

"Is Virtue a Learning Outcome? Can Virtue Be Taught?"Excerpted and rewritten from Chapter 18 and appendix, Understanding Schools Gary K. Clabaugh & Edward G. Rozycki, (New York: Harper & Rowe 1990)

"From Test to Treatment" Foundational Studies 9, 1 & 2, 1981 (Click for derived, "Rationales for Intervention.")

"The Functional Analysis of Behavior".Educational Theory. Summer 1975, 278-302

"More on Rewards and Reinforcers". Ethics. July 74, 354-358

"Measurability and Educational Concerns".Educational Theory. Wint74, 52-60

"Rewards, Reinforcers and Voluntary Behavior" Ethics October 1973, 38-47

Temple U. 1974, Ed.D. Dissertation, Human Behavior: Measurement and Cause or (short abstract)

Temple U. 1970, Ed. M. Thesis "How We Come to Know What Things Are." (Click for updated version, "Philosophical Foundations of Human Cognition.")


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Critical Thinking/Philosophy (Back To Top)

"PERSONAL LIBERATION THROUGH EDUCATION: do public school-religious school differences matter?" Summer 2007

"Conjecture Pollution: poisoning practice" educational Horizons Summer 2003

"Preparing Teachers for Public Schools: just more cannon fodder?" educational Horizons Spring 2003

"What works? Under what conditions? And who really cares?" educational Horizons Winter 2003

"Can John Edward Talk to the Dead: Learning to Assess the Evidential Burden" rewritten from
"Is John Edward a Fraud? Messaging the Message of the Medium." in Poverty, Pedagogy &
Educational Theory
, Yearbook of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society October 4-5, 2002, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina.

Analyzing controversy: an introductory guide. With G. Clabaugh. (Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill. 1997) 

"Analysis for Consensus. A Case-Comparison Technique for Teaching Philosophical Analysis" in Evelyn M. Powers (ed.)"Teaching in the Foundations -- Philosophical Considerations" Yearbook of the Fortieth Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society. (Greenville, NC: East Carolina University School of Education, 1996) pp.81-91

"Mission vs. Function: limits to schooling aspiration" educational Horizons Summer 1994, pp. 163 - 165.

"Teaching Philosophy of Education: the inherent tensions" Midwest PES 1991 ERIC ED 345 987

"Hope as Educational Theory" Educational Theory Spring '89

Commentary on Philosophy in Education, Educational Studies, Spring '83
 

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Diversity/ Values (Back To Top)

Democracy vs. Efficiency in Public Schooling educational Horizons Fall 2008

Trading-Off "Sacred" Values: Why Public Schools Should Not Try to "Educate" educational Horizons 85,3 Spring 2007

"Cheating Impossible: transforming educational values” in educational Horizons 84,3 Spring 2006

"Philosophy, Race and Language" A version of this paper was published in Race and Philosophy, Yearbook of the Forty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society October 6-7, 2000, Virginia State University, Petersburg, Virginia.

"Multicultural Education & Immigration" educational Horizons Winter 2000

"The Ethics of Educational Triage" (Is Special Education moral?) educational Horizons Winter 1999

"Celebrating Diversity or Preparing for the Mainstream" educational Horizons Spring 1998

"Education and Neo-Multiculturalism: giving gesellschaft the gemeinschaft" in Evelyn M. Powers (ed.)"Cultural Studies and Philosophy of Education" Yearbook of the Forty-First Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society. (Greenville, NC: East Carolina University School of Education, 1997) pp.125-129.

"Cloning Student Voice" educational Horizons Summer 1997. 158-159.

"Values Education or Values Confusion?" educational Horizons Spring 1994. 111 - 113.

"The Pluralistic Rhetoric of a Platonic Democracy: a reply to Weisburd" PES 1994 Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society

"Immigrants in the New America: Is it time to heat up the melting pot?" educational Horizons Spr 1993. 126 - 127.


"Values, Rationality and Pluralism". Philosophy of Education 79,195-204

"Are We Free To Choose Our Values?". Educational Theory. Winter '79, 67-69
 

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Educational Leadership/ Policy Studies        (Back To Top)

"LEADERSHIP AS USURPATION: the Grand Inquisitor Syndrome and Morality in Rank-Based Organizations" rewrite from educational Horizons Winter 2008

"Cutting Public School Costs·Intelligently. Can It Be Done?" edHorizons Fall 1997 76.1 pp 8-10.

Book Review: From vision to practice: the art of educational leadership By Richard C. Wallace. Choice. July/August 1996 Vol. 33, No. 11/12.

"Is Moral Leadership Possible?" PES 1993, Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society, 266 - 274.

"Administrative Evaluation and the Benefits of Schooling" with G. Clabaugh, ed. Horizons, Spring 1990.

"Politics, Consensus and Educational Reform" with G. Clabaugh, educational Horizons, Winter 1988.

Policy and Social Contradiction Educational Theory Fall '87


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General Education/ School Reform        (Back To Top)

"Moral Responsibility in the Education Industry:
how much can school reform enhance a student's occupational fitness?"
Spring 2009

"Illogic and Dissimulation in School Reform" rewritten from educational Horizons Spring 2008

"A Weapon Against Cronyism: the False Claims Act applied to educational institutions”  in educational Horizons 85,2 Winter 2007

"'Collateral Damage' in Schooling Practice" in educational Horizons Vol 86, no.1 Fall 2007

"PERSONAL LIBERATION THROUGH EDUCATION: do public school-religious school differences matter?" rewritten from educational Horizons 85,2 Summer 2007

"Achieving the Lake Wobegon Effect. Making every child above average.” in educational Horizons 84,4 Summer 2006

"Mired in Metaphor: which way educational reform?" in educational Horizons 83,5 Fall 2005

"Can We Trust Best Practices?" in educational Horizons 83,4 Summer 2005

"Strengths & Weaknesses: the impediments of formalism" in educational Horizons 83,3 Spring 2005

"Costume-Based Schooling" in educational Horizons , 83, 2 Winter 2005

"Possibility, Need and Educational Reform" from educational Horizons Summer 2004

"At-Risk Students: what is the concern?" from educational Horizons Spring 2004

"Mission, Vision and Delusion" rewritten from "Mission and Vision in Education " educational Horizons Winter 2004

"Religion in the Public Schools: serving God to Mammon " educational Horizons Fall 2003 (updated)

"Conjecture Pollution: poisoning practice" educational Horizons Summer 2003

"What works? Under what conditions? And who really cares?" educational Horizons Winter 2003


APPROACHES & PROCEDURES: Developing Paths from Other Educational Domains to Project
Management Knowledge
Monograph. September 2002 for the Project Management Institute, Newtown Square, PA.

"Special Education: definitely immoral, potentially illegal." educational Horizons Fall 2002

"Romantics, Idealists and True Service Learning" educational Horizons 80,3 Summer 2002

"The Evils of Public Schools" educational Horizons Winter 2002

"No Clear Answers ..." educational Horizons Fall 2001

"What Can a Teacher Do ..." educational Horizons Summer 2001

"Lurpofactsomosis: ...become an educational Guru." educational Horizons Spring 2001

"The Deep Secrets of Motivation ..." educational Horizons Winter 2001

"Plus ça change: my first teaching experience" from educational Horizons Fall 2000

"The Demise of Government-Supported Schools, 2000-2090: historical snapshot and samples" educational Horizons 78,3 Spring 2000

The Plagiarism Book.  (with G. K. Clabaugh) NewFoundations Press. 1999

Preventing Plagiarism and Cheating (with G.K. Clabaugh) NewFoundations Press. 1999

"The Dynamics of Teacher Certification: mythologies of competition"in educational Horizons Fall 1999

"Service? Learning?" in educational Horizons Summer 1999

"Tracking in Public Education: preparation for the world of work?" educational Horizons Spring 1999

"Schooling vs. Parenting on the Third Rock" educational Horizons Fall 1998

"Increasing Teaching Efficiency" in Evelyn M. Powers & James McKernan (eds.)Philosophy and the Educator's Quest for Vision Yearbook of the Forty-Second Annual Meeting of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society. (Greenville, NC: East Carolina University School of Education, 1998) pp.106-117.

"Establishing Nationally Recognized Standards" educational Horizons Spring 1997. 109-111./p>

"The Teacher as Technician: Will technology improve school?" educational Horizons Winter 1997. 61-63.

"The Student as Client" educational Horizons Fall 1996. 9-10.

"Beyond the Textbook? Unlikely changes in the curriculum" educational Horizons Summer 1996. 153-5.

"Dragons, Sea Monsters and Kids Who Don't Want to Learn" educational Horizons Winter 1996. 56-57.

"The Ethical Miseducation of Educators" educational Horizons Fall 1995. 8-10.

"School and Family: a partnership for educational success? " educational Horizons 76:2 (Winter 1998) pp 61-63

"Mentoring: are we serious?" educational Horizons Spring 1995. 108 - 109.

"America 2000: An Education Strategy. The artifact of a society past." educational Horizons Summer 1995. 163 ?165

"Education for Democracy: is this more than rhetoric?" educational Horizons Winter 1995, 57 - 59.

"Social Foundations and the Devaluing of Teacher Education" with G.K. Clabaugh, Chapter 17 in Frank B. Murray (ed.)
The Teacher Educator's Handbook. Building a knowledge base for the preparation of teachers. (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.1995). 395- 418.

"What is Worth Knowing? A philosophical distraction from a problem in leadership" educational Horizons Fall 1994, 8 - 10.

"The Mind's Eye and Pedagogical Practice" educational Horizons, Winter 1993. pp. 75 - 77.

"Fat-Free Foods and Schooling Options" educational Horizons, Fall 1992. pp. 37-44

"Opting Out of the Public School: eluding the burocracy"educational Horizons, Fall 1992, 11-13

"The Textbook: tool or symbol?" educational Horizons, Summer 1992, 161-163

"The Classroom Teacher: who wants experts?" educational Horizons, Spring 1992, 104-105

"Really Want Change? Deconsolidate the Schools!" educational Horizons, Winter 1992

"How Not to Develop Staff" educational Horizons, Fall 1991, 5-6

Understanding Schools. The foundations of education. with G. Clabaugh, (New York: Harper & Rowe, 1990)

Essay Review:Teaching with Charisma, Educational Studies. Spring 1982

COMPUTERIZING A CURRICULUM MANIFOLD FOR THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PHILADELPHIA: Adjusting the Standard Curriculum to Specific Needs 1985


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Higher Education (Back To Top)

 
Book Review: The university in ruins. By Bill Readings. Choice. January 1997 Vol. 34, No. 5.

Book Review: Presidential Leadership: making a difference. By James L. Fisher and James V. Koch. Choice. January 1997 Vol. 34, No. 5.

Book Review: The modern university and its discontents; the fate of Newman's legacies in Britain and America. By Sheldon Rothblatt. Choice. December 1997 Vol. 35, No. 4.

Book Review: The rise of the American research universities; elites and challengers in the postwar era By Hugh Davis Graham. Choice. November 1997 Vol. 35, No. 3.


violenceViolence, Punishment and Discipline (Back To Top)

"Hurt, Harm & Safety" rewritten from a version published in the Fall 2004 issue of educational Horizons.

 "Educative Violence" in James McKernan (ed.) in
War, Terror, Violence and the Responsibility of Educators 2003 Yearbook of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society (East Carolina U., Greenville, N.C. 2004)

"Doing Violence to 'Violence'" educational Horizons Summer 1998

"Fear in the Classroom" educational Horizons Spring 1996. 103-5.

"School Violence, Punishment and Justice" educational Horizons Winter 1994. 86 - 94.

"Power in Schooling Practice: the educational dilemmas." in Evelyn G. Powers (ed.)
Philosophical Reflections on Schools and Schooling 1994 Yearbook of the South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society (East Carolina U., Greenville, N.C.1995) 42-52

Essay Review of Wilson and Cowley,"Children and Discipline" Educational Studies, Fall 1991.

"Is Virtue a Learning Outcome? Can Virtue Be Taught?"Excerpted and rewritten from Chapter 18 and appendix, Understanding Schools Gary K. Clabaugh & Edward G. Rozycki, (New York: Harper & Rowe 1990)

"Pain and Anguish: the need for corporal punishment". Philosophy of Education 78, 380-392
 

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