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ERIC Number: ED397934
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 165
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0741-3653
The Journal of Educational Relations, 1995.
Holliday, Albert E., Ed.
Journal of Educational Relations, v16 n1-4 Jan-Nov 1995
This document consists of the four issues of the "Journal of Educational Relations" published during 1995. The Journal's motto is "Promoting Student Achievement through Positive School-Home-Community Relationships." Articles in the first issue include: "Disarming Information: Ways to Counter Negative Critics" (Gerald Bracey); "Most Superintendents Appear to be Passive: A Study of Districts in Four States Reveals a Low Priority for Public Relations" (Theodore Kowalski and Terry Weidmer); and "Bond and Budget Battles: Do's and Don'ts to Avoid Being Defeated" (David Sandler). Articles in the second issue include: "School as a Community: We Need To Accept and Even Celebrate the Difference among Students and All the Staff" (Carl Loggo); "Home Visits Offer Opportunities to Make an Excellent First Impression" (Michell Holifield and Rob Donner); "An Excellent Public Relations Program Can Begin with Low-Cost Methods" (William Sharp and others); and "The Opening Door: The Decision-Making Process Should Allow for Parent Involvement" (Lynn Ainsworth). Articles in the third issue include: "Community Relations Start with the Internal School Climate" (John Yantis); "School Public Relations: Do It Right or Don't Do It at All!" (David Martinson); and "Polish Your Board's Image: Would a First-Time Attendee at a Meeting of Your Board Gain a Positive or Negative Image?" (Marilyn Hart). Articles in the fourth issue include: "Parents, Students, Community Members: Teachers and Administrators Desire Their Increased Participation in Making Educational Decisions" (David Brown and others); "12 Ways to Reduce Stress: Advice to Administrators to Stay Healthy" (Robert Gerardi); and "Communication Failure Can Threaten Progress" (Bill Carr). Each issue offers a case study and/or response which examines connections between student achievement and the school, community, and parent relationship. (JW)
Educational Communication Center, Box 657, Camp Hill, PA 17001-0657 (Individual rate, $36 per year, single copy, $15; add $4 for subscriptions outside the United States; payment must be in U.S. funds).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Educational Communication Center, Camp Hill, PA.
Note: Formerly the "Journal of Educational Public Relations."