George Wythe (1726–1806) 14-11-2011, 15:19

American patriot, lawyer and educator and the first professor of law in any American college.

Wyoming 14-11-2011, 15:15

The 44th state to join the Union, in 1890.

Wygant v. Jackson Board of Education 14-11-2011, 15:12

A 1986 United States Supreme Court ruling that a school board, in an effort to cut costs, could not preserve the jobs of black teachers by laying off white teachers. 

Writing center 14-11-2011, 15:10

A section of the elementary school classroom where students can engage quietly in original writing, apart from the rest of the class. 

Writing 14-11-2011, 15:01

A method of human intercommunication by inscribing visible symbols on any of a wide variety of surfaces.

Wright v. Regan 14-11-2011, 14:16

A landmark, 1982 decision by the Circuit Court of Appeals for Washington, D.C., prohibiting the federal government from granting tax-exempt status to any private school that practices racial discrimination.

Carroll D. Wright (1840–1909) 14-11-2011, 14:14

American educator and author of the first definitive government study of American vocational education. Born in New Hampshire, he became a schoolteacher to pay for his training in law. 

World’s Christian Fundamentals Association (WCFA) 14-11-2011, 14:11

An organization formed in 1919 by a group of leaders of various fundamentalist Protestant Christian sects to mount a massive, formal education effort to combat secular education in the United States.

World of Work 14-11-2011, 14:08

A secondary school course or series of courses designed to give students a broad understanding and overview of the adult workplace.

World Digital Library (WDL) 11-11-2011, 04:39

An on-line repository of international cultural artifacts organized by the United States LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.

Work study 11-11-2011, 04:38

somewhat confusing term referring to on-campus job programs for needy students to earn part of the costs of tuition and room and board at college or university. 

Works Progress Administration (WPA) 11-11-2011, 04:36

A federal agency, known later as the Works Projects Administration, created in 1935, during the depths of the Great Depression, to provide the unemployed with the kind of work they were best fitted to do.

Work readiness 11-11-2011, 04:34

A relatively new concept relating to a high school graduate’s mastery of certain “soft skills” deemed essential for entrylevel workers in a broad range of industries. 

Worker education 11-11-2011, 04:32

Any formal or informal instructional program to improve employee vocational or academic skills.

Workbook 11-11-2011, 04:29

A textbook supplement containing exercises tied directly to materials discussed in the related text.

Work, transition to 11-11-2011, 04:27

The link between formal education and specific job opportunities.

Word wheel 11-11-2011, 04:26

An entertaining aid for teaching children to read.

Words-in-color 11-11-2011, 04:25

An extension of the multisensory approach to the teaching of reading by adding the medium of color to the sounds of the English language.

Word processing 11-11-2011, 04:23

The production and editing of printed documents on a computerized system that includes a keyboard, video display, magnetic storage device and software or operating system.

Word lists 11-11-2011, 04:22

Any of a variety of compilations of words, arranged on the basis of increasing difficulty and used as an element of spelling instruction.

Word family 11-11-2011, 04:20

A pedagogical method for helping children to remember spellings of large groups...

Word book 11-11-2011, 04:19

A pedagogical tool for teachingand improving spelling and writing of first, secondand third graders.

Word-attack skills 11-11-2011, 04:18

An essential methodology for deciphering the meaning of new and unfamiliar words.

Wood v. Strickland 11-11-2011, 04:17

A 1975 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that held a school board member liable for damages for violating the constitutional rights of students.

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