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The Role of An Ethic of Care in Instructional Leadership and the Development of Teacher-Student Relationships: A Case Study of an Urban Middle School
Federal, state, and district mandates in the current era of accountability have narrowed middle school improvement efforts to a singular focus on academic excellence at the expense of student relationships and developmentally ...
NAVIGATING THE FINANCIAL AID SYSTEM IN THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF STUDENTS FORMERLY IN FOSTER CARE
For many low-income and disadvantaged students formerly in foster care, community colleges are the main post-secondary educational pathway to socioeconomic opportunities. However, students formerly in foster care face many ...
Middle School Responses to Cyberbullying: An Action Research Study
This action research study engaged a small public middle school in the northwest United States in a collaborative process to address cyberbullying issues that often lead to academic and behavior problems in schools (Hinduja, ...
TEACHER EVALUATION INSTRUMENTS: THE PROCESSES AND PROTOCOLS IN WASHINGTON STATE
This study provides a descriptive analysis of teacher evaluation documents used in the state of Washington in 2010-2011. The purpose of the research was to understand what documents were used, differences and similarities ...
Perceptions of Stress Among Native American, Hispanic, and Caucasian K-5 Teachers
Within the context of a nationwide shortage of teachers of color, stable enrollment of Native American students, and increasing enrollments of Hispanic students, the purpose of this study was to examine self-reported stress ...