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Moore, Raymond S. – 1979
Homes should be our nation's primary education delivery system, but Americans are surrendering family education rights to vested interests and the state. Why? Social pressure, educational myths about children's achievement and sociability, and state laws that take authority over children away from parents but leave them accountable for their…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Educational Environment, Educational Quality, Educational Responsibility
Moore, Raymond S. – 1984
From ancient times through the early centuries of this country's history, early puberty has been considered the proper time to go to school. Now, however, educators and psychologists have brainwashed the public into thinking that public schools can outparent families. The state has taken over education and removed children from the home at too…
Descriptors: Cultural Education, Early Childhood Education, Educational Change, Educational Improvement
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Moore, Raymond S. – Teachers College Record, 1982
Research on early childhood education, child development, and school readiness is used to support the argument that formal schooling for children under 8 or 10 years old is less desirable than home-based instruction. Research on neurophysiology, social-emotional development, cognitive development, school entrance age, parental potential, and other…
Descriptors: Child Development, Childhood Needs, Chronological Age, Early Admission
Moore, Raymond S. – Phi Delta Kappan, 1985
Research suggests that children should be kept at home until 8 to 12 years old, then begin attending school. Attitudes toward parents, peers, and school can be improved and children can learn more effectively when taught physically, academically, and socially at home in their early years. (PGD)|
Descriptors: Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Family Influence, Home Instruction
Moore, Raymond S. – Phi Delta Kappan, 1975
Challenges the reports of California's "success" with early childhood education. (IRT)|
Descriptors: Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Learning Readiness, Parent Education
Moore, Raymond S. – Phi Delta Kappan, 1976
Discusses effective work-study programs in elementary and secondary schools and colleges in this country and abroad. (IRT)|
Descriptors: Cooperative Education, Cooperative Programs, Distributive Education, Elementary Secondary Education
Moore, Raymond S. – Compact, 1973
Early childhood studies need to span the gap between research and practice, be able to draw comparisons between needs of handicapped children and those of normal children, sort out the cognitive needs of young people, draw conclusions between education for learning skills and education for responsibility and self-worth, and properly direct the…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Educational Research, Needs, Preschool Education
Moore, Raymond S. – Phi Delta Kappan, 1973
To restore origins -- i.e., the homes -- is a much more challenging and exalted calling for Early Childhood Education professionals than building substitute environments, even though some of the latter must, of course, be done. (Author)|
Descriptors: Age Groups, Early Childhood Education, Kindergarten Children, Preschool Children
Moore, Raymond S. – 1973
This paper challenges those involved in early childhood education to reexamine unquestioned assumptions concerning the benefits of early schooling. A synergic effect is posited by bringing together research areas that had formerly remained somewhat autonomous: Neurophysiology, vision, hearing, parent attitudes, affective domain, comparative school…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Behavioral Science Research, Child Development, Cognitive Development
Moore, Raymond S. – Congressional Record, 1972
A discussion is presented on the advantages and disadvantages of preschool education. Some critics argue that all children should have such intervention as is now provided for the disabled, arguing that such stimulation is a preventive measure against learning disability, delinquency, and other ills. Others disagree. It is contended that early…
Descriptors: Day Care, Early Childhood Education, Educational Theories, Environmental Influences
Moore, Raymond S. – 1968
This study was undertaken to answer questions about the growing movement toward interinstitutional cooperation in higher education. After a brief discussion of the recent history of and rationale behind the growth of consortia, data on the 1,017 consortia under consideration are presented. Information is included on institutional size and control,…
Descriptors: Consortia, Cooperative Programs, Coordination, Higher Education
Moore, Raymond S.; And Others – 1975
This paper is an interdisciplinary review of literature related to early childhood education over the past five years. Although some references to infancy and toddlerhood are included, the emphasis is on children's learning and education in the preschool and primary grades (age 3 through age 9-10). Chapter I, The Early Childhood Problem, is an…
Descriptors: Child Development, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Early Childhood Education
Moore, Raymond S.; And Others – Phi Delta Kappan, 1972
Summarizes an extensive survey of research on early education and questions the need for State intervention. (Author)|
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Early Experience, Educational Research, Parent Child Relationship
Moore, Raymond S.; And Others – 1976
This book reports on research into the role of in-home and out-of-home early childhood education and the effects of both on later academic achievement; also addressed is the question of appropriate age of entry into school. Chapters include: Dilemmas in Early Childhood Policies and Practice; The Role of Parents in Early Learning; The Child's…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Admission (School), Age Grade Placement, Child Development
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Moore, Raymond S.; Moore, Dennis R. – Childhood Education, 1973
Research cited supports the conclusion that early childhood education should not be taken out of the home and placed in schools and day care centers. The risks of speeding up children's learning, the value of mothering and the contradictions between research and practical application are examined. (ST)|
Descriptors: Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Early Experience, Educational Change
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