However, in Septemberthe court case of Brown v. Their activity today centers on collective bargaining over wages, benefits, and working conditions for their membership, and on representing their members in disputes with management over violations of contract provisions.
A Short Overview of the Romanian School System Romania, which until had been led by Ceausescu's communist regime, had had a European-type system of education ensuring a series of primary objectives characterizing this system: Yet, the Romanian education was essentially conceived to prepare the manpower which was necessary for the socialist industry, and by means of distinct forms to ensure staff for the communist party.
Within the limits of the realities of a totalitarian social and political system, the functioning of the Romanian education system as ideological and administrative project suffered some changes as a response to the pressure of the society's elite for the development of Information Technology IT and for the study of foreign languages.
Besides this, as it was considered unproductive, education was underfinanced, the infrastructure was thus outdated and deteriorated and the teaching staff was undervalued and underpaid.
This problem is consistently analyzed in many empirical research works as well as in diagnoses which manage to outline the current situation of the Romanian education system. The authors of the study found the following features characterizing this process: The structure of the education system has gone through many changes, creating chaos for the students in the final grades of school cycles, because of the changes brought to graduation exams and to the content of the education grid.
Among them, the author quotes: The capacity of the school to establish integrated relationships with the students' families remains severely underdeveloped" p.
The research considered the fact that decentralization and the autonomy of educational institutions represent one of the main objectives of the reformation of Romanian education. Starting from this assumption, the partnership between school, family and community must become an important instrument in the efficient functioning of the educational institutions.
Thus, the new regulations stress the necessity of parents' active involvement in the school activity. This situation is far from what ideally characterizes a functional relationship between school and family. Yet, I deal with a paradox, as one realizes that while the politicians in power strongly state that the reformation represents a priority for them, the political sphere remained indifferent towards the content of this reformation and left it to the education institutions and to the teachers.
Among the problems which the national education system is confronted with, as it is shown in this report, the following are of utmost importance: The quality of education: These results tell even more about the intrinsic functioning of the system than the Olympics' exceptional results do.
The latter are largely the result of personal qualities and not of the system performances.
In such circumstances, it becomes a necessity to implement mechanisms which ensure the quality at the system and at the institution level.
Decentralization of the pre-university system of education: The decentralization process which was started must be continued resolutely, by means of a coherent strategy. All important decisions regarding the personnel, as well as regarding obtaining and spending the budget must reach the level of the school and the level of the local council.
The author of the report considers that the successful implementation of the measures and of the action plans deriving from the report involves two conditions: The Theoretical and Empirical Support of the Research Theoretical development and recent research demonstrate that the organizations based on communities, such as schools, serve the social strategy of the organization and mobilization of the groups of people in order to achieve actions with specific objectives.supervisor–employee relationship • Describe five ways to build a stronger relationship with your supervisor • Explain three characteristics found in most relationships • List the five foundations for good The employee is happy with his or her job,and the supervisor’s reputation.
Relationship between Working Conditions and Job Satisfaction: The Case of Croatian Shipbuilding Company Danica Bakotić, PhD Assistant Professor defines job satisfaction as the attitude of worker toward his job, rewards which he gets, social, organizational and.
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Written in , just before the fall of the Weimar Republic and on the eve of the Nazi accession to power. The relationship between employee and employer is sometimes fragile. The worker may feel pressured to keep his job while harboring unfavorable opinions about his boss, while the boss wonders if.
And when you lose your job in the United States, it’s harder to find another.
Fewer than half of displaced workers find a job within a year, the researchers found – that puts the United States. Volume 8, No. 1, Art. 20 – January Relationships Between School and Family: The Adolescents' Perspective.
Mircea Agabrian. Abstract: The study describes, conceptualizes and tries to explain the present status of the school-family relationships from the adolescents' perspective.
It is a part of the research carried out within the grant entitled Partnerships School-Family-Community.