Publications Tagged as Curriculum

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    Journal Article Diversity

    Training for the Reality of Diversity: Applying the DEI Training Ladder to a MPA Core Course

    Meagan M. Jordan
    Ron Carlee
    Vickie Tyler Carnegie
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    The effective public sector must facilitate relationships between the government and the public that reflect the increasing cultural diversity of their communities. With the reality of increasing...

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    JPAE- Guest Editorial Social Equity

    Stepping up to the plate: Making social equity a priority in public administration’s troubled times

    Ashley E. Nickels
    Brandi Blessett
    Kristen Norman-Major
    Parisa Vinzant
    Rachel Emas
    RaJade M. Berry-James
    Sean McCandless
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    The United States is built on and reinforced by exploitation and oppression, especially the genocide “of Native Americans, and the theft of their lands, and the extensive enslavement of Africans”...

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    JPAE- Guest Editorial Curriculum

    Financial condition analysis: A key tool in the MPA curriculum

    Carol Ebdon
    Craig S. Maher
    John R. Bartle
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    We are living in challenging times from the perspective of financing government services. Whether it is voter frustration with taxes, governments still recovering from the 2007–08 “Great Recession,”...

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    Journal Article Curriculum

    Understanding the need for planning for public administrators: An examination of planning courses and concentrations in NASPAA member programs

    Wesley L. Meares
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Public administration scholarship of teaching and learning has given little attention to planning curriculum, despite that planning is becoming more relevant to public administrators. This notion of...

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    Journal Article Undergraduate Education

    Do undergraduate public administration, policy, and affairs programs mimic graduate curricula?

    D. Ryan Miller
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    Curricular mimicking between undergraduate and graduate public administration, policy, and affairs degrees is an ongoing concern of program administrators. Mimicking occurs when the curricular...

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    Journal Article Doctoral

    Changes in public affairs and administration doctoral research, 2000 and 2015

    Adam M. Williams
    Derek Slagle
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    The study collected data from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database for years 2000 and 2015 in order to explore shifts in public affairs doctoral research. Results indicated a dramatic increase...

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    Journal Article Curriculum

    The crisis of policy education in turbulent times: Are schools of public affairs in danger of becoming irrelevant?

    Angela M. Evans
    Jenny Knowles Morrison
    Matthew R. Auer
    Journal of Public Affairs Education

    The work of crafting sustainable solutions to complex policy problems requires decision makers and implementers to secure buy-in from a diverse set of stakeholders. Those stakeholders operate in...