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Teacher efficacy in the implementation of new curriculum supported by professional development
A grounded theory on teacher sensemaking processes in a climate of change
The use of mathematics dialogues to support student learning in high school prealgebra classes
Understanding parental motivation to home school: A qualitative case study
Second language instruction with phonological knowledge: Teaching Arabic to speakers of English
The rise of alternative teaching certification in relation to students who are impoverished, ethnic minorities and change in teacher salary in United States public schools
Student academic performance in skills-based technology courses delivered through different scheduling formats
A comparison study of Montana's intermediate and K--8 schools with regard to student performance on a criterion referenced test, incidence of at-risk behaviors, and perceptions of educators from both grade configurations
The effects of intimate relationship education on relationship optimism and attitudes toward marriage
Investigating the relationships between seventh and eighth grade science teachers' background, self-efficacy toward teaching science as inquiry, and attitudes and beliefs on classroom control
Curriculum improvement: The teacher perspective on change in the classroom
Teacher, leadership, and curriculum factors predictive of student achievement in Indian Education for All
Educational travel and adolescent learning: A theory
Rational number fluency: A prerequisite for success in high school mathematics courses?
Developing guiding options for an educational curriculum for public administrators in Tajikistan
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