3 edition of Equality of educational opportunity and knowledgeable human capital found in the catalog.
Equality of educational opportunity and knowledgeable human capital
Erwin V. Johanningmeier
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Erwin V. Johanningmeier.|
|LC Classifications||LC213.2 .J6 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781607522317, 9781607522324|
|LC Control Number||2009028861|
Human capital of the economy – The aggregate human capital of an economy, which will be determined by national educational standards. Measuring human capital For statistical purposes, human capital can be measured in monetary terms as the . The content of this book is embedded in two historical frameworks. The first is the history of American education in which the basic underlying premise is that education is a means of achieving equality in our society. The other is the development of educational research in the United States which was founded on a deep conviction that one could find solutions to complex problems through.
What does 'educational equality' mean anyway? No one should be discriminated against because of social background, gender, religion, or age. But the real world seldom lives up to those ideals. The fourth edition of Education, Equality and Human Rights has been fully updated to reflect the economic, political, social and cultural changes in educational and political policy and practice, as austerity continues and in the light of the EU referendum. Written by a carefully selected group of experts, each of the five equality issues of gender, ‘race’, sexuality, disability and social.
The book methodically examines the supply, demand and other key economic principles and how these apply in the education includes a good discussion on human capital theory, the ROI of educational expenditures and persistence between generations of s: 6. IN HUMAN CAPITAL Education represents an invest-ment in the knowledge and skills that increase people’s ability to earn. The cost consists of the direct outlays for education as well as the opportunity cost of forgone income during the time spent acquiring the education. The return is the increase in earnings that results.
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Equality of Educational Opportunity and Knowledgeable Human Capital: From the Cold War and Sputnik to The Global Economy and No Child Left Behind [Johanningmeier, Erwin V.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Equality of Educational Opportunity and Knowledgeable Human Capital: From the Cold War and Sputnik to The Global Economy and No Cited by: 2.
Equality of Educational Opportunity and Knowledgeable Human Capital explores how the generally accepted definition or measure of equality of educational opportunity at the beginning of the twenty-first century differs from what it was in the immediate postwar era.
While there have been differing definitions or measures of equality of educational opportunity, there has been a continual call. Public education and the production of knowledgeable human capital --The affluent society, the Cold War, and the global economy --Postwar expansion of public education and postwar education critics --Equality of educational opportunity: the ideal and the reality --Education for the nation's defense --Equality of educational opportunity: the.
Preface. Introduction: Public Education and the National Agenda. Public Education and Equality of educational opportunity and knowledgeable human capital book Production of Knowledgeable Human Capital.
The Affluent Society, the Cold War, and the Global Economy. Postwar Expansion of Public Education and Postwar Education Critics. Equality of Educational Opportunity: The Ideal and the Reality. For others it is that each child receives the same educational resources.
Further interpretations abound. This fact presents a problem: when politicians or academics claim they are in favour of equality of opportunity in education, it is unclear what they mean and debate is hindered by mutual misunderstanding. EQUALITY OF EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY.
James S. Coleman. Equity & Excellence in Education. Volume 6, - Issue 5. Published online: 9 Jul book review. Making Education Equal for All Children: Achieving Educational Equality: Assuring All Students an Equal Opportunity in School by Herbert Grossman.
Springfield, Ill.: Charles Thomas. Equality, Generally, an ideal of uniformity in treatment or status by those in a position to affect ledgment of the right to equality often must be coerced from the advantaged by the disadvantaged.
Equality of opportunity was the founding creed of U.S. society, but equality among all peoples and between the sexes has proved easier to legislate than to achieve in practice. Education: Equality as told by Plato Book V of the Republic discusses Women’s equality in regard to military capability – however, the book mentions a key point about how women are treated in today’s society and cultures.
Plato writes about a dialogue between Socrates and Glaucon, who is known as Plato’s older brother. The opportunity to learn (OTL) concept originated in the early sixties with the work of John B.
Carroll (Carroll,). Although many ideas and arguments centering on educational opportunity had underpinned educational research prior to this time, it was Carroll’s work that gave OTL a specific theoretical meaning.
This chapter discusses recent empirical work in the sociology of education which emerged from a widespread concern about equality of educational opportunity.
Four bodies of empirical work can be linked to this concern: status attainment studies, school effects studies, research on the organization of schools and instruction, and research on school and classroom processes.
The chapter discusses. Educational equity is the study and achievement of fairness, justice, and impartiality (equality) in education. The term equity means accommodating and meeting the specific needs of specific individuals. This means ensuring that everyone’s learning needs are met.
Erwin V Johanningmeier: Equality of Educational Opportunity and Knowledgeable Human Capital This work explores how the generally accepted definition or measure of equality of educational opportunity at the beginning of the twentyfirst century differs from what it was in the immediate.
Tunis – The close relationship between human capital  and economic growth is undeniable. Human capital is affected directly and indirectly by education which plays an important role in both.
The Equality Act prohibits all employers, service providers and providers of education, from discriminating against, harassing or victimising individuals with protected characteristics.
Unlawful discrimination would be things like: refusing to admit a child to as school as a pupil because of their race ; discouraging a female student from undertaking a course in Engineering. Human Capital and Education: The State of the Art in the Economics of Education* This review describes the research frontier on human capital and education in economics research.
It delineates what is known and largely agreed, and what are the most promising lines for future research. The approach will be to explain clearly and precisely the. Furthermore, the study established that aggregate human capital in the high-tech sector of the city matters more for high-tech plants than aggregate human capital in the low-tech sector of the city  The links between education and may be found in Sander (, ), Hartog and Oosterbeck (), Nayga (), Grossman and Kaestner ( We investigate empirically how human capital, measured by educational attainment, is related to income distribution.
We find that the regressions, using a panel data set covering a broad range of countries between andshow that a more equal distribution of education contributes significantly to reducing income inequality. an investment in human capital is the opportunity cost of one’s time.
LO3 c Explain why trying to estimate the monetary return to education by simply comparing the earnings of more- and less-educated workers can be misleading due to the ability bias, or because education is.
Since the end of World War II and the beginning of the Cold War, public education has been high on the national agenda. The nation's need for human capital and the need to provide equality of educational opportunity to all children and youth without regard to their race, ethnicity, or social status are the two needs that then framed education discourse and, as evidenced by the purpose of No.
Notes: This book introduces the notion of fair equality of opportunity as supplementing and developing meritocratic equality of opportunity with a fair chances condition, which requires that everyone has a fair chance to be the best qualified candidate based on native talent and willingness to use them.
Human Capital Book. Gary Becker asserts economic growth depends on the knowledge, information, ideas, skills and health of the workforce 's asserted that knowledge rather than ownership of capital generates new wealth and that power was shifting to the knowledgeable workers.
Equality of educational opportunity.Equal opportunity, also called equality of opportunity, in political theory, the idea that people ought to be able to compete on equal terms, or on a “level playing field,” for advantaged offices and ents of equal opportunity believe that the principle is compatible with, and indeed may justify, inequalities of outcome of some sort, but there is considerable disagreement.Claudia Goldin, Human Capital 2/23/ fraction of the growth of income per capita in U.S.
history the residual has increased from about 57 percent for the to period to around 85 percent for the to s period.4 The residual can be reduced by about 20 percent for the to s period by.