ERIC Number: ED076502
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jun
Reference Count: 0
Organizing for Learning. A Report of the Commission on Public School Personnel Policies in Ohio.
Commission on Public School Personnel Policies in Ohio, Cleveland.
This first report of the Commission on Public School Personnel Policies in Ohio sets forth a course of action to improve student learning by better use of teaching staffs. The most important needs of the children are determined to be an individual capacity for problem solving (the development of this skill must begin with a mastery of "the three Rs") and the ability to live and interact successfully with a variety of other persons. This report includes chapters on matching the capabilities of teachers with the needs of the students, the role of the state in education, and the improvement of instruction through common planning and peer influence. Recommendations of this report include adopting staffing plans for individualized instruction, capitalizing on the differing talents of teachers, and directing the needed guidance of the Ohio State Department of Education towards the school districts for better use of school personnel. (Related document is SP 006 261.) (JA)
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, School Organization, School Personnel, Staff Development, Staff Utilization, State Aid, State Programs, Teacher Education
Commission on Public School Personnel Policies in Ohio, 736 National Bank Building, Cleveland, Ohio 44114 ($0.75 single copy)
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Authoring Institution: Commission on Public School Personnel Policies in Ohio, Cleveland.