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www.edglossary.org/stakeholder

In education, the term stakeholder typically refers to anyone who is invested in the welfare and success of a school and its students, including administrators, teachers, staff members, students, parents, families, community members, local business leaders, and elected officials such as school board members, city councilors, and state representatives.

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Each stakeholder in the education system is essential to the success of educational goals. In this lesson, you will learn who is considered a stakeholder in education and why each stakeholder is ...

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Why involve stakeholders? The distinction between internal and external education stakeholders is important. With respect to a school improvement effort, such as a schoolwide reading model, internal stakeholders clearly have greater capacity to produce positive change in schools, but they don’t have all of the power needed to sustain it.

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Stakeholders may also be collective entities, such as organizations, initiatives, committees, media outlets, and cultural institutions. They have a stake in the school and its students, which means they have personal, professional, civic, financial interest or concern in the school.

www.gadoe.org/Pages/Education-Stakeholders.aspx

Welcome to the Georgia Department of Education's Education Stakeholder's guide. I hope you will bookmark this page and visit us frequently for the most up-to-date information about education in Georgia.

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And most importantly... Federal, State, and Local Government Shared Roles The Government's Stake Children are the future owners of our world. A family's interest lies in the expectation that their children will one day act as leaders, capable of effecting change and providing a

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Stakeholder education was a key component of the 2010 to 2015 communitywide initiatives. This activity entailed educating civic leaders, parents, and other community members about evidence-based strategies to reduce teen pregnancy and improve adolescent reproductive health.

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The Stakeholder Map in Higher Education. Juha Kettunen 1 1 Turku University of Applied Sciences . Abstract. Alt. hough higher education institutions and their units have acknowledged some of their . important stakeholders, it . is important . for them . to identify and classify the stakeholders in a more explicit . way.

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The conference on ‘participation and stakeholder involvement in education policy making’ is built upon the results of the study on education councils ordered by EUNEC. We will have the opportunity to learn from each other about our role as advisory bodies, about the essence of our existence; I hope

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Many factors contribute to achievement gaps. Some are within the purview of NEA members individually, and collectively, to influence. Others are not and fall to other stakeholders. This final quide in a series on closing achievement gaps, is designed for NEA members and others to use to identify ...