|The GI Bill : 12 pages in length. Following the
World War II, homecoming veterans were faced with no
skills, no money and no job. Fortunately for them, the
government stepped in with the GI Bill, which offered
financial aid and scholarships for those wanting to acquire a
higher education. Millions of veterans took advantage of the
various programs under the bill, thus improving their lives,
in particular, and the prosperity of the country in general.
The writer chronicles the history of the GI Bill, its sub
programs, as well as where the program is today.
Bibliography included. GIBill.wps
Home Schooling : A 15 page research paper which
examines the current research in regards to how
home-schooled children compare with their counterparts in
the public schools system. The writer demonstrates how
research shows that the criticisms leveled against home
schooling are unfounded and that research supports the
value of this activity. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Home Schooling : This 15 page paper argues that
schooling is better in terms of both academics and
socialization. Several points are addressed including
problems in the public school systems, which parents should
and should not teach their children at home and why the
practice is beneficial when feasible. Bibliography lists 10
Home Schooling & Its Modern Success : A 9 page
discussion of home schooling and its unprecedented growth
& popularity in recent years. The writer examines the role
of government interest groups in determining relevant laws
& policy. It is argued that the greatest success stories thus
far have indeed come from those in favor of home
schooling. Case examples are presented and both sides of
the issue are touched upon. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
The Controversy Over Year-Round Education :
A 7 page paper describing year-round schools in the U.S.
The writer describes what year-round schools are, studies on
their effectiveness, and recommends that they be adopted.
Bibliography lists 8 sources. Yearroun.wps
Professional Development -- The Missing Component In
Education : In this 8 page paper the writer discusses the
importance of professional development in public schools.
The components of planning and the ways in which
professional development programs must change are
explained. Bibliography lists 8 references. Edpers.wps
Indian Women and the False Promise of Education :
10 pages in length. As India becomes a significant player in
the newly-emerging global marketplace, the country's
women still remain socially inferior to their male
counterparts. This analytical research paper specifically
examines Indian women, the availability of education, the
false promise of employment, and some possible
socio-cultural solutions. Indiedu.wps
Native Indians & Canada : Approximately 15
length. Paper discusses the "social genocide" caused by
relevant issues in human services/education for members of
Canada's "First Nation" (Native Indians). Excellent for
those studying sociology, education, Canadian
socio-politics, or Native Indians. Bibliography lists 8
Problems With American Indian Education :
The problems faced by American Indians today in the
education system of the United States is explored in this 7
page paper. A discussion of societal responses and
suggestions follow. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
School Boards / A Comprehensive Overview : A 5 page
look at the importance and functions of school boards.
Elections, school board politics, delegation of authority, and
decisions pertaining to key issues are among the many
functions analyzed. The problems of a particular state
school board are briefly examined (i.e., having to hire a new
superintendent, negotiating contracts with teachers unions,
etc;). Bibliography lists 4 sources. Schoolbd.wps