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Constitution is that the latter assigns responsibility for education to the states, yet the legislation prescribes what the states should do. Of course, participation is voluntary. The Magnitude of Public Education The public school enterprise is enormous. 7 million teachers. 5 million students, except for grades 11 and 12, which enroll about 3 million each. 4 million children in preschool and kindergarten. More than 5 million students (newborn to twenty-one years of age) are served by programs for youngsters with disabilities, funded by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Chapter 1 of the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act.

10. Except for some parochial schools, they are controlled by a local board and establish their own curriculum. About 1,500 private schools are members of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), an organization highly regarded for its attention to standards of private school education. Some 340 NAIS schools are residential (boarding); the balance are day schools. Currently, church-related schools (mostly day schools) constitute the largest proportion of private schools—79 percent, or 21,370 schools.

This kind of school, often compared with a teaching hospital, is designed to serve K–12 students, to provide supervised experience for prospective teachers, to support research and experimentation in schools, and to demonstrate promising practices. An extension of the professional development school is the interprofessional development school, which uses not only educators but personnel from other human services—social workers, psychologists, child care workers, nurses, physicians, other health professionals, tutors, mentors from business and industry, adult literacy specialists, and more—to serve the multiple needs of children and families.

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