Social Studies Educators
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The paper employs these techniques when interviewing three educators in order to discover their involvement in administrating social studies functions in schools. The writer compares the responses with the goal of concluding the level of importance that is placed upon this curriculum. The paper finds that there is evidence of disparity between heads of low-income schools versus heads of affluent schools.
From the Paper:"All respondents were asked to describe what they perceived as the needs of the students, the needs of the community, degree of parental support, levels of parent involvement, their basic responsibilities and roles, and their school's expectations regarding their basic responsibilities and roles. Each of these categories are discussed here. The analysis ends with the formulation of several conclusions concerning differences in interviewees' perceptions and the relation of these differences to whether the school was low-income or affluent."
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