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Una psicologia bibliogratica. Coon, D. (1999). Theoretical Directions in the Study of Psychological Processes. Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications., Division. Coon, D. (1992), Essays on process. Pascua Panclasta. (p 50) Psicologia: Desde los fundamentos hasta las aplicaciones. (Engl. ed.)

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Fundamentos de Psicologia 26 November 2015 | Psicología social.

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remember, we have a president and a secretary of education. there is an inspector general of the department of education. the teacher evaluation, the teacher rating are conducted under that inspector general. we have a general public that is interested in what is going on. so that is a pretty well-oiled machine. there is very little substantive oversight. so, we are making our own choices.
the reason i am making that comment is that some people think that they do not have enough money for school… because of “budget cuts” or because school children are getting lost. you know, if you give kids a minimal education they’re gonna drop out of school. and how much are you spending? it’s a problem. and what i thought about this is that in the 1960s there was a lot of money. why? because the state was very poor. so, education in the very poorest schools in the 1960s cost much less than it does now. so, if the budget had stayed the same during that period, then the per-pupil expenditure would have stayed the same. that means you would not have to cut from top-down and cut from students to schools to teachers to programs to courses.
and so, with regard to the research that we are doing, it is very cost-effective. and, it doesn’t matter what the school is doing. if it is good, the school is doing it right. it costs just as much to do it wrong as it does to do it right. yes, it is very hard for us to make children think critically and very hard for us to make them go to college. but, the cost of doing everything else is extremely high. if the teacher has an inappropriate level of professional development, the student’s level of educational achievement is quite low.