"The debate he
(Hans Andrews) puts forward
is perennially valid and

highly relevant in the
current
Australian education
landscape. A school’s
employees,
in this case its teachers,
need to feel appreciated

and
important to the school”

Stephen Thomson, MACE,
review
in
Professional Educator
College of Educators
July, 2015

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improved   
student learning
evolves as      
teachers'  self-
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improve through
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Dr. Gary Davis, former Director
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Trustees Association, USA
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"In Recognition vs. Merit Pay Dr. Andrews
has again delivered the right book at the
right time for the K-12 school system."
Marilyn Holt, Superintendent, East Richland
Community Unit #1,
Olney, Illinois, USA
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"An appealing characteristic of Andrews'
style of authorship is the way he
intertwines past and current research,
testimonials and examples from schools
across different countries with his
effortless attempts at commending good
recognition programs."
Michelle Attard Tonna, Reviewer for Malta
Review Educational Research Journal

"I found Andrews' work an
excellent analysis of the enormous
international challenge facing
governments on a global stage.  
Recognition vs. Merit Pay has touched a
nerve within me and I believe it will do the
same
to you."
Tony Richardson, Dip. T.B.Ed., B.A., M.Ed.,
Queensland, Australia
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"The Faculty Excellence Award I received
feels like a celebration of some of the toll
teachers and their families pay.  For me, it
was important to share this recognition
with my family, friends, and my teachers.  
I could feel their pride in my success."
Koshu Jagasia, Instructor, Illinois
Valley Community College,
Illinois, USA
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evaluation and recognition are critical
strategies in ensuring student success
and positive outcomes.  This book should
be of interest to all educators, governing
boards, government officials and parents."
Dr. Alice Marie Jacobs, President, Danville
Area Community College,
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  The Dual-Credit Phenomenon














             This is the only comprehensive book
                written on this important program
                spreading quickly across America.

                            Many critics of the secondary school
                  system in America had suggested the last two
                  years of high school are a  waste of  time of                   
                  many  students.  American Community colleges
                  and some universities have undertaken reform
                  through the creative program of dual credit.  

                         This program allows bright students to  
                  take college level classes that secondary
                  schools also now count toward high school
                  diploma completion.  Technical  and  Career  
                  Education  programs are now shifting in large
                  numbers to the "dual-credit" option and away
                 from the articulated and college credit in
                  escrow options

                         The  dual-credit / dual-enrollment
                  movement is one of the most  significant  
                  educational  innovations to take place over
                  the past 60 years!   It  brings secondary schools
                  and higher education into the same arena in
                  terms of improving learning opportunities for
                  secondary  (high school) students.    

  

                          Contents
    Chapter 1 - Teacher Recognition Meeting Human Needs
    Chapter 2 - It Takes Leadership
    Chapter 3 - What Makes Teacher Recognition Possible?
    Chapter 4 - Board Policies for Teacher Evaluation  
                
         and Recognition
    Chapter 5 - Support for Recognition by Government Officials
    Chapter 6 - Why Only One Teacher Award?
    Chapter 7 - What Teaching Means to Me
    Chapter 8 - Interview with an Award Winning Teacher
    Chapter 9 - Teacher Recognition Options for Canadian  
                  
       Teachers
    Chapter 10-Teacher Recognition Awards in the UK and  
                 
         Republic of Ireland
    Chapter 11-Special Teacher Recognition from around the  
              
            Globe
    Chapter 12-Recognition vs. Merit Pay
    Epilogue
                  Dual Credit Chapters

  Chapter I  Dual-Credit:  A Major 21st
   
   Century Phenomenon

  Chapter II:  Dual-Credit:  State Plans

  Chapter III:  State Plans:  College
   
   Campus and High School
    
  Campus Options

  Chapter IV:  State Plans:  College  
    
  Campus Programs

  Chapter V.  Quality Issues:  Lessons
  
    Learned from Missouri and Florida

  Chapter VI:  The Dual-Credit
   
   Explosion: Illinois,and Other States

  Chapter VII:  Outcomes of Dual-Credit
 
     for Students

  Chapter VIII:  Dual-Credit:  Local, State,
 
     and National Research Needs

  Chapter IX  Summary and Prognosis

  Bibliography  
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