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A comparative study in Arab newcomers’ challenges and how they are addressed in restor...
Investigating principals' perceptions of creating equitable learning environments ...
Intersubjectively in pursuit of inclusive excellence: a critical examination of inclus...
Does school climate influence academic achievement disproportionately for historically...
Use and perceptions of student services by first year electronics technology students
Teachers' attitudes, capacity, and preparation in implementing laws promoting equi...
Fulfilling the promise: financing education for nontraditional students
A quantitative and qualitative investigation of what causes differences in university ...
Increasing at-risk students’ persistence and retention at a California community college
Investigating the coaching model: a new way to look at embedding professional development
Evaluating the perceptions and practices of the emotional wellness of higher education...
Self-beliefs and academic achievements of Asian American students: a phenomenological ...
The second generation's voice: Southeast Asian high school students' understan...
School climate: measuring the impact of school resources on school climate and student...
Post-secondary student access to human capital and financial literacy: a cultural, eco...
Stay tuned: the influence of classroom environment and student engagement on the disci...
A phenomenology: success in the U.S. from the voice of English learner students
The impact of C.R.E.A.T.E. on urban student success in mathematics
The Role of the teacher in Advanced Placement (AP) access
A study of the impact of a summer school intervention program on ninth grade transitio...