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The effects of a culturally responsive professional development series on the attitudes and beliefs of teachers of diverse students in a Missouri suburban school district
Contrary to what supporters of the “No Child Left Behind” Act (P.L. 107-110, 2001) would have us believe about the effects of this legislation, the academic achievement gap between students of color and White students, and ...
Parental Multi-Meanings of School Choice: A Narrative, Phenomenological Case Study
The purpose of this narrative, phenomenological, case study was to develop a thick, rich description of the deeper meanings of school choice for parents at a Midwestern, midsize suburban public middle school. Parental ...
Blocks and Playdough: Reconceptualizing Preschool Education through an Heuristic Multiple Case Study Approach
This study utilized a multiple case study approach, informed through heuristic inquiry, which examined the ways in which preschool quality remains uneven across early childhood settings, despite the wealth of research ...