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    A Heuristic Case Study of the Experiences of Teachers Who Address Bullying in Middle School
    High School Social Studies Teachers Beliefs and Education for Democratic Citizenship
    Impact of Mandatory Advising on Retention and Persistence of Male African American and Latinx Community College Students
    The impact of part-time faculty on student retention : a case study in higher education
    Investigating the Role of Clinical Rotation Payment in Clinical Education Quality and Student Self-Efficacy for Physician Assistant Education
    Invisible Life in the Academy: Understanding the Workplace Experiences of African American Women Staff in Higher Education
    Mentoring Latinx Students through Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies at a Predominately White Institution
    Mexican-American Females and the Bachelor's Degree Challenges and Success Stories
    Middle School Teachers’ Perceptions of Administrator Influence on Teaching and Learning
    A Narrative Study of The Perceptions Of Education for Globalization Held by Teachers in the Urban Core
    A Narratological Heuristic Case Study of Teachers Teaching in a Blended Learning Classroom Environment
    The Outcomes of an Innovative Hybrid Pre-dental Admission Enhancement Program among Underrepresented Minority and Disadvantaged Students
    Parental Multi-Meanings of School Choice: A Narrative, Phenomenological Case Study
    Performance-Based Pay: Perceptions of Elementary Teachers of the Pandora School District
    A Qualitative Study of Relationships between Middle Grade African American Males Who Are Underachieving and Their Teachers
    A Quantitative Exploration of the Educational Paths to Completion Taken by First Generation College Students and Students Who Have a Parent with A Four-Year College Degree
    Reframing School Readiness: Case Studies of African-American and Latina Head Start Parents
    Writing the Next Chapter: A Critical Case Study of Undocumented Immigrant College Students’ Lived Experiences
    You Can Play, but Can You be Yourself: How LGBT and Non-LGBT Student-Athletes Perceive the Climate of NCAA Division I Athletic Departments