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    Tale of two schools : a phenomenological case study of culture in a high school with an international baccalaureate program
    Teacher burnout in Japan: relationships with individual teacher and classroom level factors
    Teaching English language learners scale (TELLS): a study of validity and reliability
    Teaching English language learners scale (TELLS): initial development
    Telling the future: a qualitative examination of the career preparations and expectations of African American high school seniors
    A test of resource dependency theory using higher education institution behavioral changes after state based merit aid adoption
    Test taking motivation and item performance
    Testing a social cognitive model of math/science career goals in low-income prospective first generation college students
    Testlet Effects on Standardized Log-likelihood Person Fit Index to Detect Aberrant Responses for the IRT Testlet Model
    Treatment effects of an evidence-based teacher training on improving academic achievement and behavioral performance for children with aggression
    Understanding elementary teachers' beliefs, attitudes and intentions to support mental health services in schools
    Understanding parental involvement, attitudes, and input on an emergent school-based newcomer center
    Understanding parental involvemnet, attitudes, and input on an emergent school-based newcomer center
    Understanding the impact of family routines and rituals in relative in kinship families
    Understanding the influence of social responsibility educational interventions on the empowerment of female student-athletes : a case study using consensual qualitative research
    The use of bibliotherapy for stress reduction in nonprofit healthcare executives
    The use of cognitive enhancing substances and academic stress
    The use of e-learning to increase adolescent health literacy
    Using early numeracy indicators as a means to predict long-term math achievement
    Using population invariance as a criterion to evaluate equating relationship for college basic academic subject examination