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The past decade saw heightened policy activism in the field of reading at both the federal level and across virtually all 50 states. Initially sparked by disagreements about methods for teaching children to read, the so-called "reading wars" stirred heated debates on a variety of issues: levels and trends of reading achievement, pedagogy, standards and assessment, and education equity, among. The past decade saw heightened policy activism in the field of reading at both the federal level and across virtually all 50 states. Initially sparked by disagreements about methods for teaching children to read, the so-called "reading wars" stirred heated debates on a variety of issues: levels and trends of reading achievement, pedagogy, standards and assessment, and education equity, among others. Embedded within these debates were the political agendas of state executives and legislatures, the interests of advocacy groups, and the ideologies of reading professionals, which were collectively shaping state reading policy development. Drawing primarily on interviews with 366 policy actors from nine states, this book presents a comprehensive investigation of the state reading policy domain employing multiple theoretical frameworks and research methods. Using social network analysis, the authors examined the interplay among a plethora of policy actors embedded in reading policy networks. They explored in depth policy actors' divergent beliefs on key reading-related issues, the causal stories told, and the policy solutions proposed. In addition, they examined the variety of lobbying tactics that interest groups utilized to gain influence over the policymaking process and to advance their policy agenda. As the most significant research endeavor in the area of state reading policy to date, this cross-state comparative study sheds light on the multifaceted nature and the intricacies of the policy processes in reading, and in education in general. The findings of this study bear important implications for both policy actors and education professionals. This study also makes a substantial contribution to policy research in education by demonstrating how theoretical frameworks and analytic methods that have not been fully utilized in education could serve as powerful tools for exploring educational policy processes. Books, Children's Books~~Education~~Educational: English Language & Literacy, Reading~~Book~~9781593118532~~Mengli Song, Tamara V. Young, , , , , , , , , ,

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The past decade saw heightened policy activism in the field of reading at both the federal level and across virtually all 50 states. Initially sparked by disagreements about methods for teaching children to read, the so-called "reading wars" stirred heated debates on a variety of issues: levels and trends of reading achievement, pedagogy, standards and assessment, and education equity, among others. Embedded within these debates were the political agendas of state executives and legislatures, the interests of advocacy groups, and the ideologies of reading professionals, which were collectively shaping state reading policy development. Drawing primarily on interviews with 366 policy actors from nine states, this book presents a comprehensive investigation of the state reading policy domain employing multiple theoretical frameworks and research methods. Using social network analysis, the authors examined the interplay among a plethora of policy actors embedded in reading policy networks. They explored in depth policy actors' divergent beliefs on key reading-related issues, the causal stories told, and the policy solutions proposed. In addition, they examined the variety of lobbying tactics that interest groups utilized to gain influence over the policymaking process and to advance their policy agenda. As the most significant research endeavor in the area of state reading policy to date, this cross-state comparative study sheds light on the multifaceted nature and the intricacies of the policy processes in reading, and in education in general. The findings of this study bear important implications for both policy actors and education professionals. This study also makes a substantial contribution to policy research in education by demonstrating how theoretical frameworks and analytic methods that have not been fully utilized in education could serve as powerful tools for exploring educational policy processes. Textbooks New Books ~~ Education & Teaching~~ Higher Reading~~Mengli-Song Information Age Publishing, Inc. Presents an investigation of the state reading policy domain employing multiple theoretical frameworks and research methods. This book explores the policy actors' divergent beliefs on key reading-related issues, the causal stories told, and the policy solutions proposed.

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: INFORMATION AGE PUB INC, 236 Seiten, L=234mm, B=156mm, H=13mm, Gew.=336gr, [GR: 27240 - TB/Didaktik/Methodik/Schulpädagogik/Fachdidaktik], [SW: - Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Presents an investigation of the state reading policy domain employing multiple theoretical frameworks and research methods. This book explores the policy actors' divergent beliefs on key reading-related issues, the causal stories told, and the policy solutions proposed. Presents an investigation of the state reading policy domain employing multiple theoretical frameworks and research methods. This book explores the policy actors' divergent beliefs on key reading-related issues, the causal stories told, and the policy solutions proposed.

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Reading: Policy, Politics, and Processes (PB)
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Song, Mengli; Young, Tamara V.

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Reading: Policy, Politics, and Processes (PB)

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9781593118532

Presents an investigation of the state reading policy domain employing multiple theoretical frameworks and research methods. This book explores the policy actors' divergent beliefs on key reading-related issues, the causal stories told, and the policy solutions proposed.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781593118532
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1593118538
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: INFORMATION AGE PUB INC
236 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,336 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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