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RPTIM Model (Acronym Meaning) Readiness, Planning, Training, Implementation and Maintenance
RPTIM Model (research info) Holcomb (2001)
CIIP Evaluation (research info) Stufflebeam (1985)
CIPP Evaluation (Acronym Meaning) Context, Inputs, Process, and Product
Father of Systems Thinking Senge (2000)
Development of Shared Vision (research info) Bryson (2004) and Senge (2000)
"Managers do things right, leaders do the right thing" Warren Bennis (1985)
Servant Leadership (research info) Greenleaf (1977)
Transformational Leadership (research info) Sergiovanni (1991)
SWOC (Acronym Meaning) Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Challenges
SWOT (Acronym Meaning and Research info) Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats (Allison & Kaye, 2005)
Body of Precepts, group and individual rights...governed by this type of Law Constitutional Law
 Written acts of the legislature as an organized body.  All Legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. General Assembly or Congress Statutory Law
Embraces all the law that controls, or is intended to control, the administrative operations of government, including the schools. Deals with the powers exercised by agencies created by the legislative and executive branches of the government Administrative Law (No timeline for IEP in the law; you find it in the regs to comply with the law)
court-made law based on interpretations of specific cases; reliance on precedent (stare decisis) Common (case) Law
4 "types" of laws that direct our actions in schools? Constitutional, statute, administrative and common
free speech, distribution of literature, right to lawfully gather First Amendment
The US Constitution prohibits state statutes that deny a person equal protection of the laws. Fourth Amendment
No person...shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law. Usually specific to criminal cases... Fifth Amendment
The ability to take away property like land to build a school... Eminent Domain
"...nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted..." which amendment? Eighth Amendment
"the powers not delegated to the US by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people" State constitutions involved in education Tenth Amendment
Most important amendment in education. "...nor shall any state deprive a person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law; NOR deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws Fourteenth Amendment
This amendment is the basis for cases involving alleged discrimination (race, gender, ethnic background, disaiblities), School finance (equal protection), application of the bill of rights to state actions Fourteenth Amendment
Schools can take the role of parents, ie. compulsory attendance. First role goes to parents,... if parents can't do this the state take over. The state acts in _______ __________. Parens patriae
1972 case in which the US Supreme Court found that Amish children could not be placed under compulsory education past 8th grade. The parents' fundamental right to freedom of religion outweighed the state's interest in educating its children. Wisconsin vs. Yoder, Compulsory Attendance and Fourteenth Amendment
Case in 1922 where the government interest in the education of children include being able to force all parents to send their children to public schools rather than private schools Pierce vs Society of the Sisters, Compulsory Attendance, 14th Amendment and 1st Amendment
1) the government cannot give direct benefits to religion in such a way that it in fact establishes a state religion or religious faith 2) The govt can't coerce any student to participate in a religious activity Establishment Clause, better than the Lemon Test
Tripartite test (Lemon test) was used for first time in 1971 in determining the constitutionality of state aid to church-related elementary and secondary schools was which major case? Lemon v. Kurtzman
a United States federal law passed in 1984 to compel federally-funded secondary schools to provide equal access to extracurricular clubs (Gay-Lesbian clubs, Bible clubs, etc) Equal Access Act
496 U.S. 226 (1990), was a case involving a school district's ability to hold classes on Bible study after school. Board of Education of the Westside Community Schools v Mergens, 1990
Pnacted April 9, 1866, is a federal law in the United States that was mainly intended to protect the civil rights of African-Americans, in the wake of the American Civil War. Civil Rights Act of 1866
Famous railway case cemented "separate but equal" as a national standard Plessy v Ferguson (1896)
Case set precendent for "separate but equal standards applies to non-black minorities" Gong Lum v Rice (1927)
Famous case began to turn tide on separate but equal (TX created black law schook but court ruled law school was inadequate) Sweatt v Painter (1950)
Famous case that established "separate is NEVER equal". Separate but equal was deemed unconstitutional Brown v BOE Topeka (1954)
The unconstitutionality of a state closing public schools and contributing to the support of private segregated schools were established in the Virginia case of Prince Edward County v. Griffin
Two landmark cases where school authority MAY extend beyond school ground & school hours. Conduct that COULD impact the school or undermine school officials' authority may be corrected Lander v Seaver (1859) (Lander used offensive language after hours - court ruled in admin's favor) O'Rourke v Walker (1925)
US Supreme Court decision involving free speech and public schools. Fraser was suspended from school for making a speech full of sexual double entendres at a school assembly. The Supreme Court held that his suspension did not violate the First Amendment Bethel SD #403 v Fraser (1986)
US Supreme Court 1969 decision which upheld the right for students to express themselves where their words are nondisruptive and could not be seen as connected with the school. Ss work black arm bands in protest to the war. Tinker v Des Moines ISD (1969)
landmark decision by the Supreme Court which held that public school Ss newspapers that have not been established as forums for student expression are subject to a lower level of First Amendment protection than Ss papers used as forums of expression. Hazelwood SD v Kuhlmeier (1988) - schools have editorial control
Transformational leadership Sergiovanni
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