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    A Case Study of the Internationalization of a Midwestern University English Composition Course Occurring in a 3-D Virtual Environment
    A Case Study of Two 21ˢᵗ Century Schools: Are We Preparing Students for the Global World?
    Cohomology of Finite Modules over Short Gorenstein Rings
    Common Plan Time at the middle school level
    Community college developmental reading teachers’ feelings of teacher self-efficacy and related variables
    Comparison of Standardized Test Scores from Traditional Classrooms and those using Problem-Based Learning
    The construction of the Lesbian and Gay Affirming Social Justice Competency Scale
    Continuing Bonds, Meaning Making, and Collectivism: Predictors of Complicated Grief
    Cooperating Music Teachers’ Opinions Regarding the Importance of Selected Traits as Predictors of Successful Student Teaching Experiences
    A correlational study of building principal emotional intelligence and the connection to academic achievement
    Counselor Trainee Personal Growth Factors and Self- Efficacy: ‘Walking the Walk’ Using Social Cognitive Theory and Bowen Theory
    Culturally Relevant Pedagogy through African-centered Methods in a Midwestern Urban Elementary School
    Data Driven Decision-Making in Midwest Charter Schools: Teachers’ Experiences in the Classroom
    DESEGREGATION AT KANSAS CITY’S CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL: ILLUMINATING THE AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENT EXPERIENCE THROUGH ORAL HISTORY
    Developing an understanding of cultural aspects and beliefs of Latino/a families experiencing the American educational system
    Development and initial validation of the Ethnic Minority Social Self-Efficacy Scale—Asian American version
    Development of the Triangular Relationship Inventory
    Differentiation of Self Inventory - short form: creation and Initial evidence of construct validity
    Disciplinary Differences Between Faculty in Library Use and Perceptions
    Education For All: A Descriptive Case Study of the Educational Experiences of First-Generation College Graduates