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Student perspectives on the benefits of cooperative learning skills taught in fifth grade classrooms in the Archdiocese of San Francisco and the impact of bullying behaviors school wide
A content analysis of the two state-approved kindergarten and first grade reading programs in California
A qualitative exploration of professional development for beginning principals in K--8 Catholic education in the San Francisco Bay Area
Students', teachers', and parents' perspectives of an African centered program: Ile Omode
How do adolescent students experience teacher-student interactions in a seventh-grade classroom and how do those experiences affect their self-efficacy beliefs?
Kindergarten teachers' perceptions of kindergarten readiness
The implementation of connection prompts in building substantive engagement in the 2nd-grade classroom through book club conversations
Reading and the boy crisis: The effect of teacher book talks, interactive read-alouds, and students' unrestricted choice of books for independent reading on fifth-grade boys' reading attitude, reading self-efficacy, and amount of reading and fifth-grade teachers' reading beliefs and practices
The effects of math instruction on fifth grade elementary students' math performance across four inclusive general education classrooms infused with the Afrocultural dimensions of communalism, orality, and movement
Imagication = imagination + education: What fifth graders think of arts integration in public elementary schools
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