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ERIC Number: ED011873
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 115
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Reference Count: 0
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THE ROLE OF TEACHERS' ORGANIZATIONS IN EDUCATIONAL PLANNING. WCOTP THEME STUDY, 1966.
World Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession, Morges (Switzerland).
TO PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL PLANNING--AIMED AT ECONOMIC GROWTH, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT, POLITICAL STABILITY, ENHANCEMENT OF THE NATIONAL CULTURAL HERITAGE, AND DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUAL POTENTIAL--FISCAL, DEMOGRAPHIC, AND PEDAGOGICAL DATA WERE SECURED BY MEANS OF A QUESTIONNAIRE TO 33 TEACHERS' ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTING 29 COUNTRIES (EXCLUDING LATIN AMERICA). REPORTS WERE SUBMITTED IN RESPONSE TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTION--WHAT ARE THE ORGANIZATION'S VIEWS AS TO THE BASIC FRAMEWORK OF EDUCATIONAL PLANNING. WHO SHOULD DETERMINE THE UNDERLYING SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY. HOW MUCH SHOULD BE SPENT ON EDUCATION. WHAT IS THE SCOPE OF THE PLANNING, DOES IT INCLUDE ALL LEVELS AND TYPES OF EDUCATION. IF NOT NOW IN EFFECT, HOW COULD THE PATTERN BE IMPLEMENTED. WHAT ARE YOUR COUNTRY'S PRACTICES WITH RESPECT TO THE SIX STAGES OF EDUCATIONAL PLANNING--(1) ESTABLISHING AIMS, POLICIES, AND PRIORITIES, (2) ASSESSING THE EXISTING SITUATION, (3) SETTING FUTURE TARGETS CONSISTENT WITH NATIONAL NEEDS, (4) TESTING THE FEASIBILITY OF THESE TARGETS, (5) PUTTING THE PLAN INTO EFFECT, AND (6) EVALUATING THE PLAN AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION. LASTLY, WHAT HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION LEARNED FROM ITS INVOLVEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL PLANNING THAT COULD BENEFIT COLLEAGUES IN OTHER COUNTRIES. BRIEF (UP TO FOUR-PAGE) REPORTS FROM THE 33 TEACHERS' ORGANIZATIONS IN THE 29 COUNTRIES ON THESE QUESTIONS ARE GIVEN. (AW)
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Authoring Institution: World Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession, Morges (Switzerland).
Identifiers: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA