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Hypothetical Taking School Case Study

… She was scraping by in her classes but focused most of her attention on socializing. Her philosophy was that the group home was embarrassing and she simply wanted nothing to do with it. When questioned as to what improving her grades might do to benefit her in getting out of the group home, she said there was no way out of the group home for her.


Engagement: It is well-established in the literature that removal into a group home has adverse effects on education and life for children. Even studies going back as far as 20 years clearly show that children removed to foster care settings stop preforming well (Jackson, 1994).

Assessment: When first beginning this study and engaging the students, I was hopeful…. [read more]

Burlington School Comm. V. Mass Case Study

… While the Burlington case opened the vista to allow for the costs of private school education and evaluations to be reimbursed, especially where parents reject the IEP, and it has become the bedrock for claims in this regard, it is submitted that where the parents do not want to meet the standards of the FAPE -- the Florence County School District Four vs. Carter came following the Burlington case the court observed that the parent may choose a private school and are not obliged to show that the standard of the private school is as prescribed as long as the child makes progress (Weinfeld; Davis, 2008).

The law in this section is evolving, but the courts have begun to lay the boundaries for the claims,…. [read more]

School Improvements Performance Outcomes Essay

… ISLLC Standards:

Standard 2 of the ISLLC Standards speaks directly to this set of priorities, offering the assertion that administrative personnel should be minded toward improving the learning experience of all students. The findings relating to the Dunn Middle School suggest that, to the contrary, the emphasis has been placed on achieving proficiency in state-based standardized tests. In many ways, the imbalance of focus, which stresses teaching to the test instead of truly engaged and creative learning, has deprived students of the opportunity for a more dynamic learning experience. This emphasis is also counterintuitive to the priorities of the ISLLC Standards, which assert that "a school administrator is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a school…. [read more]

School Improvement Case Study

… School Improvement

One of the main concerns the school has to come to face with is the significant gap in student achievement between white students and non-white students and by students with disabilities in general. The first step is to assess the reasons why these gaps exist. To start, the school curriculum should be audited to ensure that the curriculum is not preventing the equal achievement. Specifically, it needs to be audited for latent discrimination in materials used, methods taught and ways the comprehension is evaluated. If there are cultural differences that favor the white students within any of these segments, alterations must be met so that equal achievement is possible.

Second, the administration needs to consider implementing another curriculum that is specifically focused on…. [read more]

Dyslexia of 8-Year-Old Boy Case Study

… Case Study 8-year-Old With Dyslexia

Second Grade 8-year-old Dyslexic Child

Brief History of Child

Jefferey (8) a student in the second grade was recognized by his classroom teacher in the first grade as having some operational difficulties with reading and writing tasks in general despite having greater than average intelligence on testing and observation and was referred to the school reading specialist. The school specialist determined that Jeffery was likely dealing with dyslexia, follow up with parents, his kindergarten and first grade teachers and a screening test result (Dyslexia Early Screening Test [Second Edition], 17th MMY) resulted in this operational diagnosis. Jeffery is beginning his second grade year was in essential need of additional operational assessment and intervention. I began working with Jeffery in the…. [read more]

African-American Housing: Chicago Study Chicago Term Paper

… African-American Housing: Chicago Study

Chicago Housing Study

African-American Housing Disparities

Historical Chicago Housing Facts


The Gautreaux Case

Recent Studies and Their Findings

Chicago Housing Study

African-American Housing Disparities

The objective of this work is to examine the status and condition of African-Americans as compared to whites in the area of housing specifically in the city of Chicago, Illinois both historically and presently relating to access to and cost of affordable housing with statistical information included relating to the proportion and number of both groups that occupy public and privately own housing, the median/average monthly payment for housing. Finally this work will review how these facts relate to the overall lives of African-American living in the United States.

Historical Chicago Housing Facts

The work of…. [read more]

Improvement of Education in Developing Case Study

… Research Question Terminology. On the one hand, populations are far too diverse to suggest that a one-size-all approach would fit all of them; on the other hand, in many instances, research with these groups is no different from that with any other group (Darlington & Scott, 2002). Although there a numerous research methodologies available to social researchers today, virtually all of them employ comparable terminology in their definitions and applications that can also be applied to the instant investigation (Neuman, 2003). For the purposes of this study, then, the following definitions will be used:


Participant-Observation. This term is frequently used as an umbrella term by social researchers and ethnographers to refer to all qualitative data-gathering techniques (Anzul, Ely, Friedman, Garner, & Steinmetz, 1991); however,…. [read more]

School Uniforms for Students Term Paper

… As part of a general safety program, many school districts are considering implementing uniform policies.

The purpose to this study is to prove that wearing school uniforms has a positive effect on student behavior and/or school violence in United States schools. In this paper's review of literature, issues explored include a rationale for policy adoption, legal implications of uniform policies; and the perceptions of parents, students, educators, and those opposing uniform policies. In conclusion, recommendations on successful policy formation will be issued in the Results section.

D. Procedures

It is hypothesized that behavior in schools which require their students to wear uniforms will be better than those schools which do not with respect to discipline and behavior.

This study will use existing empirical research. The…. [read more]

School Personnel Functions Term Paper

… There is no single prescription or style for success in teaching and every teacher develops his or her own individual style. Also, different demographic groups may demand different teaching approaches. "A study of 31 high-performing teachers in low-performing urban schools found that these teachers had certain traits in common. They were strict; they taught in traditional, explicit ways; there was little time in their classrooms when instruction was not occurring; and they moved around the room helping their students" (Poplin 2011). More creative, team-based interaction, however, may be warranted in different educational environments. Size of the classroom, ability level, morale of students and teachers, and the need to meet standards all determine how teachers approach their tasks. Micro-managing teacher demeanor in the classroom is seldom…. [read more]

Schools and Education Term Paper

… (Rury 2013)

This is because the country was continuing to evolve based upon shifts in attitudes and beliefs in society. At the same time, the economy was continually adjusting. This meant that in order for the nation to remain competitive some kind of changes had to occur within the system itself. The results were that more people became a part of the educational structure and were offered the opportunity to receive access to the same solutions as everyone else. (Rury 2013)

These ideals were supposed to provide everyone with better support and the ability to understand critical ideas. However, the reality is that these solutions are continuing to impact student performance. This is based upon the role that various social factors will have on an…. [read more]

Client Description. Case Study

… In order to get more in-depth information regarding the client's progress the client's parents can also be interviewed regarding their perception of their son's progress.

Post-intervention the client can be contacted at four weeks, eight weeks, six months, and one year and given a standard clinical interview along with the Beck Anxiety Inventory in order to determine how well he has been able to manage his issues.

G. Definition of Practice of Effectiveness.

Since this is a qualitative study the measurement of how effective the interventions work will rely heavily on the self-report of the individual. However, interviews with the parents can provide more objective information. With respect to the client's drinking, the definition of effectiveness can rely on the clients self-report regarding the number…. [read more]

Geico Facets Case Study

… By demonstrating how its rewards programs are aligned to its EVPs, GEICO will channel information to workers about how total rewards programs are aligned with its corporate brand (Gross & Friedman, 2004). As a result, employees will stay engaged with the company as it will be able to connect employees' daily activities with the corporate brand and EVP attributes.

Improvements or changes to Geico's total rewards program

GEICO Company should implement the following changes to its total reward program.

First, the management must adjust Geico's total rewards program to connect with the company's business strategy. This will create a culture of high performance. GEICO will become what it rewards. This change will ensure the reward program drives the organizational performance as it will connect with…. [read more]

Urbanization Chicago Case Study

… Urbanization

Chicago has from its beginnings been a city of immigrants and migrants. In the early days, these were German and Irish immigrants. Around the turn of the 20th century, large waves of immigration from Eastern Europe rolled in made up of Poles, Jews and Ukrainians. The era of World War 1, the 1920s. World War 2 and the post-war period saw a migration from the southern United States of poor whites and blacks to work in the smokestack industries located there. The 1960s, 70s and 80s saw a large emptying out of the city (largely by the white population) as the city deindustrialized. In the 90s, this was mitigated greatly by the service industry boom and the city was a magnet again for people…. [read more]

Organizational Behavior Case Study

… As stated above, the most important change brought by her was in the communication system of the facility. Open environment increased the communication between all people of the facility; including staff, leads, residents and their family members. She encouraged upward communication that opened ways for staff to openly express their problems with seniors.

Number of meetings was also increased for improving the communication culture. Monthly staff's meetings were changed to weekly meetings and residents meetings the frequency was also changed from three months to bi-monthly. The feedback on issues raised by people of facility was given through publishing and distribution of posters and newsletters. This satisfied facility people that their concerns are considered important and resolved.

Manager came up with a new mission and vision…. [read more]

Montefiore Medical Center (Mmc) Case Study

… " (Harvard Business School, 2001) The Balanced Scorecard, Brennan learned would assist in defending the institution against "sub-optimization" meaning that one care center taking actions that negatively impacted another care center would be prevented. This approach to measurements was one with balance and that served to bring about an increase in effectiveness through use of "real-time decision making" that enabled the center to make quick market adjustments. Foreman and Conaty approved use of this tool. The development of the nation level scorecard was a process with three steps:

(1) education and consensus building;

(2) design; and (3) implementation. (Harvard Business School, 2001)

It took six months for Brennan to combat the initial resistance to use of the scorecard system. Features of the scorecard included measures…. [read more]

Market Case Analysis for Verizon Case Study

… The demographical segmentation of the target market will distribute the U.S. households into different age groups and circles of life. Age wise, the target consumers will constitute school going children and teenagers, college youngsters, housewives, professionals, and aged people. Verizon FiOS TV will provide more than 300 HD television channels from different categories like sports, news, music, entertainment, cartoons, informative, etc. Therefore, Verizon Communications will have to give an equal emphasis on promoting FiOS TV to consumers from every age group and life cycle category. Since U.S. has been observing a rapid population shift from rural to urban areas, the potential for growth in the highly populated areas is more attractive for Verizon Communications to promote and sell its FiOS TV (Verizon, 2013).

ii. Selection…. [read more]

Harvard Case Shouldice Hospital Case Study

… This solution is the idea response to Shouldice's unique situation for several pressing reasons. Most particularly, the fact that there is a high market demand already in this context denotes that Shouldice is ideally situated to capitalize on a growing niche. The hospital's swelling wait-list suggests that any concerns over the cost of expansion are overshadowed by sufficient demand.

Indeed, this seems the only appropriate solution given that the success of Shouldice to this point denotes that it possesses the resources to undertake expansion and that its reputation makes it the best candidate to accommodate public demand. Also, because clientele from outside of the region have already expressed a willingness to travel to its Toronto facilities and given the centralized nature of its operation, it…. [read more]

Business Research Analysis Case Study

… ¶ … Business Research Case Study Analysis

No business is an island unto itself and any business that remains isolated will soon be no more. Consumers are becoming more and more fickle with higher expectations on customer service, convenience, and quality for where their money is spent. Applied business research is the professional field at the heart of determining what these consumers expect and how companies can effectively meet those expectations and stand apart from their competition. Through consumer interviews and study formulation, researchers are able to guide businesses to the next level of sales and customer service, and it all depends on their ability to effectively analyze consumer needs.

Modern consumer research is not what it used to be. Where once, simple studies and…. [read more]

AVON Product Analysis Case Study

… For instance, the CEO attempted to view the manager 360-degree assessments in order to determine how effective the assessment tool was, however, she was not granted access, as she was told that the assessments were confidential. It became immediately clear that this was not in line with the modern purpose of these evaluations, so the assessment was changed and the policy changed to allow anyone within the company to view the assessment as a means of evaluating the candidate's overall talent within the company.

Another example of the restructuring was to emphasize hiring from within the company. Previously, employees were unaware of how a sales agent could enter management, and this resulted in many unqualified or external candidates being hired for management. Instead, the company…. [read more]

Respiratory Pathophysiology and Pharmacology Case Case Study

… Primarily because the invasive mechanism used would not be appropriate for humans, and the particular cellular mechanisms being studied were common to rat and human cells. In the case of this study the mechanisms used in the study were complete and reliable.


In a world in which air pollution is said to cause multiple adverse effects within the human organism, it is necessary for health professionals to understand the truth behind the claims. It is necessary that health professionals educate themselves with regard to scientific studies conducted in such matters, so that they can adequately educate patients and general members of the public. This study shows that there is basically no way for the lungs to stop the advance of ultrafine particles from lung…. [read more]

Innovation and Creativity Case Study


Innovative leadership is the need of the time (BlessingWhite, 2007). Apart from this the companies who are able to come up with new innovative ideas take advantages of first mover. The perfect example of this is Facebook. The leadership of Facebook is not only creative and innovative but also brings in new innovative ideas and concepts on continuous basis. The leadership of Facebook is aware of the fact that time is the most important and crucial factor in bringing in innovation and change. The innovation brought in wrong and inappropriate time can be dangerous for the organization and can leads to failure. On the other hand a timely innovation can help the organization to…. [read more]

Indigo Indigo Books and Music Case Study

… ¶ … Indigo Case Study

Indigo Books and Music Case Study Analysis

Indigo's acquisition of Chapters book retail chain and cafe' locations present dilemmas in terms of organizational structure, its implications on the efficiency and profitability of the new business, and sets the prerequisites for how technology will be used throughout the new firm. The intent of this analysis is to analyze the structure issues that need to be addressed in the acquisition of Chapters by Indigo, including an analysis of how an organization's efficiency and effectiveness is influenced by its organizational structure. Determining if a mechanistic or organic organizational structure would be best for Indigo is also analyzed, as is the effect of technology on the Indigo organizational design. Making any merger or acquisition…. [read more]

School Systems Use Data to Implement Strategies Research Paper

… ¶ … School Systems use Data to Implement Strategies and Drive Instruction for Elementary Students?

In any setting, there is a best way to do something, and elementary school systems are no exception. In the Digital Age, though, trying to make sense of the enormous amounts of information available is often like trying to take a sip from a fire hose and many educators might be at a loss concerning how to use the available data to its best effect. Therefore, identifying ways that other educational school systems have used data to help them implement strategies and drive instruction represents a timely and valuable enterprise.

In an era of dwindling state budgets for education and increasing calls for accountability on the part of teachers and…. [read more]

School-Based Mental Health Program on Emotional Intelligence Research Proposal

… ¶ … school-based mental health program on emotional intelligence, social behaviors, psychopathology and academic performance of inner- city [at -risk / African-American] adolescents

The need for school-based mental health programs in inner-city schools.

The issue of the need for school-based mental health programs in schools, and particularly in inner-city schools, is an issue that has raised a wide range of views, research and opinions. There are many variables to consider in this context, such as race and ethnicity as well as social environment and a host of other concomitant aspects. As a study by Nabors, Reynolds and Weist, (2000) in this area states;

Expanded school mental health (ESMH) programs, involving the provision of comprehensive mental health services for youth in special and regular education, are…. [read more]

Connecting Theory and Meaning Research Paper

… The theory enables students to develop the feeling of informed, competency with the capability of making constructive decisions having relevant impacts on education lives. The connecting theory holds a transformative power with the provision of hope at differing time intervals following unclear education future for the disabled. It also provides the significant opportunity for the imagination of the education system with fairness, equality and just for learning (Kent & Simpson, 2010).

Meaning of disability studies in schools

The disability studies involve the collaborative aspect of understanding respective subject matters relating to the education social phenomena related to disability. The disability studies enable the understanding and definition of positions associated with the foundations of disability awareness in relation to cross-disciplinary perspectives on the case of disability.…. [read more]

McDonald's Analysis Report Case Study

… McDonald's has grown significantly from the early days of having a single outlet to the current status where it has more than 26,000 restaurants which are located in 120 countries. The company no serves 15 billion customers every year with sales topping 40 billion dollars. It has, however, not been smooth sailing for McDonald's since the company has suffered from serious problems as a result of the company's decision-making being shaky and many of their products and their marketing strategies have failed terribly. One such strategy that failed was the one that involved the Arch Deluxe sandwich which was targeted at adults. The company ran a massive campaign to increase its sales which was a serious flop. Further to this, the company faces steep competition…. [read more]

Performance Plus Case Study

… Further, he should follow the guidelines of 'Multiple Stakeholder Perspective' which recommends him to motivate the team members to keep a positive attitude towards all the key stakeholders of the organization (Sherman, Updegraff, & Mann, 2008). He should also follow the other perspectives of Organizational Development that will help the team in completing the project within the given deadline (Crossan & Apaydin, 2010).

The biggest hurdle and cause of difficulties for the Performance Plus team in achieving its target is the limited financial resources. The team has to implement the Change strategy within the available resources in such a way that they do not impact the profitability of the company for the current year. Steve Cook wants to regard the Quality Management as the highest…. [read more]

Australian Cladding Company Case Study

… These approaches place the human resource management policy formulation at the strategic level. In these approaches to Strategic Human Resource Management it is claimed that: (1) human resource problems are problems solved by linking HRM and strategy formulation at an early stage; and (2) problems with strategy implementation are solved by early adjustment of the HRM to these strategies." (p.299)

Human resources must be included in the planning from the very earliest of stages and this enables human resources to understand what is needed and enables HR to adjust which means that the decisions made about company employees are geared toward the company's overall strategies. Mueller (1996) states that strategic use of human resources requires the following:

(1) Management is not reactive but instead is…. [read more]

Humanistic Theory in, Julie Case Study

… ¶ … Humanistic Theory

In case study, Julie is being affected by a host of different social problems that are helping contribute to her overall levels of anxiety. According to the humanistic theory, the basic challenges that are facing Julie have not been addressed. This means, that certain elements must be taken into consideration, in order for her to have a complete understanding of herself (as a person). The most notable include: her issues of intimacy, trouble getting along with others and a sense of frustration she will constantly feel. This is important, because it shows how some of her basic needs have been met such as: physiological and safety. Yet, when you move beyond these issues, the requirements of having complete self-awareness have not…. [read more]

SWOT and Porter Case Study

… Novartis: A Case Study on HRIS Implementation


The greatest strengths for Novartis rest in the companies expansive availability of resources. As the company profile and case discussion demonstrate, Novartis is among the largest pharmaceutical firms in the world. As such, it has no shortage of financial capital available to execute its HR and it visions. The case discussion notes that the company has been given full economic support and latitude by its board of global directors to implement such visions. Accordingly, the case reports that "the eight-member ECN (Executive Committee Novartis) had approved the CHF 78 million (Swiss Francs) capital appropriation request for the global HRIS project in September 2002, and the effort to create a computer-based system had begun." (p. 1)


Ironically,…. [read more]

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