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The effect of a new school facility on student achievement
The impact of Ohio legislation on remedial education at the University of Toledo: Perceptions of selected faculty and academic administrators
The relationship between foreign language study in elementary schools and the academic achievement of children
The use of geospatial technologies to increase students' spatial abilities and knowledge of certain atmospheric science content
Advanced models for assessing perceived instructional quality of university faculty
An examination of the effect of a career exploration course on the career decision self-efficacy of traditional-age undecided college students
Assessing the opinions of Ohio School Board members about HIV/AIDS policy and curriculum: Developing an approach to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS related educational issues
The effect of the adoption of the quality philosophy by teachers on student achievement
What are we really seeing? A qualitative discourse about print-enriched sociodramatic play
Teacher beliefs and full participation in whole school reform: What's the connection?
The effect of required cooperative education (co-op) on the pursuit of an undergraduate engineering degree for female students
Mild disability students and Everyday Mathematics: Serving the needs of this population
Exploring the Role of a Coteaching Model of Student Teaching in Supporting Candidates Learning to Teach Inquiry Science
The Perceptions of Faculty in Developing a Learning Community Within Online Courses at Jesuit Universities
Using popular culture to teach the community college business curriculum: A comparative study
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