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A potential solution to the chief problems facing U. S. education is for school administrators to be required to use a single reporting measure based on objective, verifiable data. (Points : 2)
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User: A potential solution to the chief problems facing U. S. education is for school administrators to be required to use a single reporting measure based on objective, verifiable data. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: A potential solution to the chief problems facing U. S. education is for school administrators to be required to use a single reporting measure based on objective, verifiable data. The answer is True.
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User: Student performance tends to conform to teacher expectations, whether they are high or low is reflective of: (Points : 2) symbolic interactionism. functionalism. conflict theory. none of the above.

Weegy: Student performance tends to conform to teacher expectations, whether they are high or low is reflective of symbolic interactionism.
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User: Ecclesias, or state religions, are popular. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: TRUE. Ecclesias, or state religions, are popular.
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User: Marriage and family are mechanisms for governing mate selection, reckoning descent, and establishing inheritance and authority. (Points : 2) True False

User: According to our textbook, in 1992 the number of violent deaths to school children in grades K-12 was (Points : 2) 13. 20. 48. 56.

Weegy: Answer: School violence is widely held to have become a serious problem in recent decades in many countries, especially where weapons such as guns or knives are involved. [ It includes violence between school students as well as physical attacks by students on school staff. United States[edit] According to the U.S. National Center for Education Statistics, school violence is a serious problem.[17][18] In 2007, the latest year for which comprehensive data were available, a nationwide survey,[19] conducted biennially by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and involving representative samples of U.S. high school students, found that 5.9% of students carried a weapon (e.g. gun, knife, etc.) on school property during the 30 days antedating the survey. The rate was three times higher among males than among females. In the 12 months antedating the survey, 7.8% of high school students reported having been threatened or injured with a weapon on school property at least once, with the prevalence rate among males twice that as among females. In the 12 months antedating the survey, 12.4% of students had been in a physical fight on school property at least once. The rate among males was twice the rate found among females. In the 30 days antedating the survey, 5.5% of students reported that because they did not feel safe, they did not go to school on at least one day. The rates for males and females were approximately equal. The most recent U.S. data[20] on violent crime in which teachers were targeted indicate that 7 percent (10 percent in urban schools) of teachers in 2003 were subject to threats of injury by students. Five percent of teachers in urban schools were physically attacked, with smaller percentages in suburban and rural schools. ]
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User: Through such mechanisms as unequal funding and operating different schools for the elite and for the masses, education perpetuates a society’s basic social inequalities from one generation to the next as a perspective and view of (Points : 2) symbolic interactionism. functionalism. conflict theory. none of the above.

Weegy: Through such mechanisms as unequal funding and operating different schools for the elite and for the masses, [ [ education perpetuates a society's basic social inequalities from one generation to the next as a perspective and view of symbolic interactionism. ] ]
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User: A potential solution to the chief problems facing U. S. education is to create an effective learning environment and provide basic security for students. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: A potential solution to the chief problems facing U. S. education is to create an effective learning environment and provide basic security for students. True.
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