This book exposes the truths regarding education and economics so that every individual can understand the negative ramifications of implementing policies and practices based on educational and economic falsehoods.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.31(w) x 9.01(h) x 0.61(d)|
About the Author
Daniel Wentland is the author of Reality & Education: A New Direction for Educational Policy, Knowing the Truth About Education, Organizational Performance in a Nutshell, and Strategic Training: Putting Employees First. His articles have been published in the Ivey Business Journal, Compensation and Benefits Review, and Education- the oldest education journal in the United States.
Table of ContentsIntroduction: Framing the issue
Part 1 - The starting point
Chapter 1 - Questions not properly answered and educational reality
Chapter 2 - Identity crisis and hand-outs versus a hand-up
Part 2 - Setting the foundation
Chapter 3 - Proclaiming the truth and two worldviews
Chapter 4 - Which path to follow?
Chapter 5 - Facts versus opinions
Chapter 6 - Micro-managing never works and useless politicians versus useful politicians
Part 3 - The schizophrenic world of economics and the teaching choice in economic education
Chapter 7 - Economic way of thinking
Chapter 8 - Imaginary economics versus real economics
Chapter 9 - The choice and economic education
Concluding the issue