PAD 500 Assignment 4 Presenting For the Future



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This presentation includes the following topics : White House Education Reforms for the FutureEffects of Organizational ResourcesImpact of Human and Budget Resources Policy Implementation Political Influence Ethical Concerns Constitutional LawRoom for Improvement References

White House Education Reforms for the Future

Education primary way to achieving stronger economy Reform to increase scope and standard of education Aimed to increase productivity and prosperity of populationUses Public Policy to distribute general revenue as subsidies for education, aims to increase proportions.

White House Education Reforms for the Future

Proposed policy modifications involve empowering teachers and strengthening position. Recruitment programs and motivational camps to attract promising candidates. Innovative methods of teaching and grading encouraged through all levels of schooling Failing institutions aided and innovation introduced

White House Education Reforms for the Future

Restructuring counter-productive policies such as the No Child Left Behind Policy Includes policies that boost all-round growth and development of the students such as Race To Top (RTT) policy Involves deviation from traditional MCQ based marking to more comprehensive systems of aptitude gauging

Effects of Organizational Resources

Play pivotal role in implementation and execution of reforms initiated in Congress Influence to a great extent the penetration and successful outreach of reforms Carry the responsibility of uniformity and non-discriminatory implementation Various reforms to be appropriately applied in different environments

Education in the National Budget

Impact of Human and Budget Resources

Human resources determine scope and extensiveness of reform implementation At the grassroot levels, human resources responsible for carrying out reforms and reporting accurate results Budget resources determine capacity and capability of ushered change Size of budget directly proportional to number of affected institutions, success of reforms and quality of work.

Policy Implementation

Implementation key to the success of any policy passed by authorities Organizational and Human resources vital in implementation of policies. Involves field work and realistic execution of reforms passed by mandate. Determines the tangible effects and benefits introduced by the reform.

Political Influence

Political Influence comprises of backing, support in Congress, clout with political parties etc. Extremely requisite in the planning phase of any policy so as to be approved for execution. Changes in ruling governments can adversely/beneficially affect the characteristics of policy. Mainly rises due to difference in opinions, agenda, priorities and beliefs.

Ethical Concerns

Education most important factor in shaping of character, gaining knowledge and productivity. Hence, equality and non-discrimination ethically requisite in application of education reforms. Benefit not to be derived at the cost of well-being of any section of society.

Constitutional Law

The laws pertaining to the issue involve jurisdiction of Congress and execution of reforms. Section 8 allows Congress to collect taxes and use it as revenue for education subsidies. The last part of section 8 upholds laws passed by Congress and thus makes it mandatory to adhere to reforms.

Room for Improvement

Two methods in which the reforms can be enhanced are the following :Comprehensive feedback and Monitoring Continuous feedback and monitoring absent in the system. Needs to be introduced. Targeted Approach Often, different environments require appropriate measures. This is targeted approach.