Teachers' Choice of Teaching Strategies for Dealing With Socio- Moral Dilemmas in the Elementary School
Journal of Moral Education 2000 December; 29(4): 429-444
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Do Qualifications Imply Quality?: The Relationship between Highly Qualified Teachers and Student Achievement in Reading and Math in Elementary School Holloway, Ellen; Holloway, Ellen (2007-04-20)The thesis uses data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Survey Kindergarten Class of 1998-99 (ECLS-K) to investigate the relationship between the presence of highly qualified teachers , as defined by No Child Left ...
A Real Choice? Examining the Effectiveness of Charter School Alternatives to Traditional Public Schools Among Economically Disadvantaged Elementary School Students in Ohio Parham, Katharine S. (Georgetown University, 2017)Since the creation of charter schools in the early 1990s, charter school attendance in the United States has been on the rise. Previous research examining charter school effectiveness tends to show that charter school ...