Community Collage/Stakeholders

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Community Collage

Juanita Henry

Grand Canyon University: EDU 310

May 20, 2012

Religious Groups General Public Government

Students Parents

(Microsoft Corporation, 2012)

Community Collage/Stakeholders

A stakeholder is an important person who has a vested interest, economic, community or otherwise in an action or association. For instance, education stakeholders are not simply the education panel, parents, employees, and learner, but also former students, superintendents, employers, and community groups. This paraprofessional would modify this list to include employers and community groups under the term the general public and add to the list government and religious groups. The list above stakeholders in education have various plans on the result of schooling and the purpose of learning, which do affect how they makeup of instructive institute, define learning, and understanding the nature of the learners. The paraprofessional will touch on the roles of the following stakeholders: the general public, government, religious groups, parents, and students. The general public desires to make sure that every child is educated and insure that every economical and cultural institution are perpetuated and expanded. Its values are sheer realistic. Its technique is mainly competition, and its aim is to mold learners into the next generations of producers and consumers. Now the government is a little different than the general public. The government desires to educate students to ensure a stable, productive and powerful nation. Its technique of operation is also competition in combination with mythic inspiration and moral imperatives of altruism and civil justice. On the other hand, religious groups desire to educate students in order to bring them in line with the wills of various…...

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