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EDU501 School, Community and Teacher Assignment No 01 Fall 2019 Solution & Discussion
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When used by educators, the term school community typically refers to the various individuals, groups, businesses, and institutions that are invested in the welfare and vitality of a public school and its community—i.e., the neighborhoods and municipalities served by the school.
In many contexts, the term encompasses the school administrators, teachers, and staff members who work in a school; the students who attend the school and their parents and families; and local residents and organizations that have a stake in the school’s success, such as school-board members, city officials, and elected representatives; businesses, organizations, and cultural institutions; and related organizations and groups such as parent-teacher associations, “booster clubs,” charitable foundations, and volunteer school-improvement committees (to name just a few). In other settings, however, educators may use the term when referring, more specifically, to the sense of “community” experienced by those working, teaching, and learning in a school—i.e., the administrators, faculty, staff, and students. In this case, educators may also be actively working to improve the culture of a school, strengthen relationships between teachers and students, and foster feelings of inclusion, caring, shared purpose, and collective investment.
Community is a part of the society and education is the counterpart of both the above mentioned elements. School is the social institution where consciously designed learning experiences are provided with the objectives of achieving social aim at large, over a period of time. School is also defined as a subsystem of the larger system of the society. It has to functionally coordinate with its immediate environment, the community in which it is situated.
The community is meant to employ a wider grouping of people located within fairly recognizable boundaries, and related to each other by socio-economic and civic activities which produce oneness among them sufficient to develop a recognizable identity as a group. The main group and agents involved in the dynamics of the relationship between school and community arc: school administration, teachers, non-teaching staff, students and parents, governing bodies and school board.
Beyond immediate proximity with the schools are the local political authorities, governmental bodies and political parties as well as other public, social and cultural institutions. Parent’s are always in a constant touch with the school and arc proper channel of the procedure which is the part of the community
Though parents meetings in a school is informal of the general ignorance of people in a village regarding keeping their immediate surrounding clean staff members can take up this as a serious mission. Hence, parents are a counterpart of the school subsystem.
EDU501 Assignment No 01 Solution fall 2019