EDUC 646 Quiz Relations

EDUC 646 Quiz: Relations with Special Publics

Covers the Textbook material from Module 3: Week 3 and Module 4: Week 4.

  1. Chapter #6 defines “communication” as:
  2. If a crisis erupts in a school where you are principal and a local police officer as well as the local media appears at your school within five minutes of each other (and moments subsequent to this crisis), what should your response be to the local police officer and to the media respectively?
  3. Chapter 8 concludes with a poignant fact that between now and 2020, demographers forecast that in the United States the number of minorities (Afro-Americans, Asian Americans, Latino-Americans, and Native-Americans) will exceed the number of White or Euro- Americans. Given this predicted demographic shift, what are the profound implications for school officials in the nation’s public schools when seeking to institute and maintain positive school- and-community relations?
  4. When considering the models of communication in Table 6.1 and Figure 6.2, what conclusion may one derive?
  5. A crisis plan will contain all of the following EXCEPT:
  6. A citizen that is a community gatekeeper, understands the public opinion of his or her community, and is respected highly in this community is BEST known as:
  7. If a person receives a message and responds positively to this message because it aligns to the values of his or her family, co- workers, employment organization, or professional association, then one can conclude that this message:
  8. When considering how misleading news reporting can be concerning student performance scores on high-stakes tests, effective school public relations require that
  9. Which does NOT reflect to an asset of the media’s communication with the public?
  10. Since the crisis plan originates through the formation of school board policy, who is ultimately responsible for the crisis management plan?
  11. Which model of administration explains BEST the most effective approach of improving inter-staff relations in a school district?
  12. Which school public acts as the most effective intermediary between the school’s internal relations and its external sub- communities?
  13. Inter-staff disharmony in a school district may originate from school hires of non-instructional staff and other school personnel, which occur as forms of political appointments and patronage.
  14. The Police-Athletic League (PAL) is a youth organization that uses educational, recreational, and athletic activities to establish trust, understanding, and amicable relations between police officers and youth often in troubled sections of a city. PAL represents BEST which of the following?
  15. Local school boards that are controlled by a political machine:
  16. Which recent public school crisis event raised the alarm for schools across the country to adopt and revise crisis communication and crisis management plans?
  17. According to Herzberg, teachers are likely to experience increased job satisfaction and motivation if
  18. Basic literacy or topical interest courses are often offered during evenings in the public school to the community at large. These course offerings constitute a good example of community participation in education. Which program will LIKELY offer these courses?
  19. Which is MOST correct about the nature of complaints and the appropriate response of school-and-community relations?
  20. Strong internal relations in contemporary schools are directly associated with some form of shared-decision making or site- based management. Shared-decision making or site-based management calls MOST for what model of decision-making?
  21. In two concise paragraphs (one for each chapter) of no more than 5 sentences each, summarize chapters 9-10 of the Moore et al text. Your summary should indicate that you have read each of the chapters in its entirety.
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