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A Qualitative Interview-Based Study of the Experiences of Community College Disability Services Providers
A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARDS ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND TEACHER INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS
A Study of Leadership Factors, Retention Strategies, and Retention Rates in Associate Degree Nursing Programs
A Study of the Effects of School Choice on Student Achievement
ADHERENCE TO ISLAMIC DRESS CODE AND HIJABI MUSLIM STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES OF BELONGING, SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT, AND ISLAMOPHOBIA
AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES: DO THEY PERFORM BETTER ON STANDARDIZED READING AND MATHEMATICS TESTS IN TITLE I ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS OR NON-TITLE I ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS?
AN EXAMINATION OF THE PERCEIVED RESOURCES AND DEMANDS OF NORTH CAROLINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE IMPACT OF SINGLE-SEX CLASSROOMS ON SELF-ESTEEM IN MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE SUCCESS OF ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN  COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT INITIATIVES
Academic and Social Integration of the Non-Traditional College Student: Does Engagement Affect Retention?
Academic self-efficacy among students enrolled in developmental education: The role of social modeling
Access to the Baccalaureate: A Multilevel Model of Baccalaureate Completion for Associate in Applied Science Transfers
Adequacy Post- Rose v. Council for Better Education  in Kentucky Public School Facilities: A Case Study
African American Male Former Student Athletes' Perceptions of their Academic Experiences and Faculty Expectations of their Coursework at Predominantly White Institutions
An Evaluation of Best Practices in Online Continuing Theological Education
An Investigation of Academic Resiliency among African-American Males in Secondary Schools
An analysis of administrative spending across education organizational forms
Black HBCU Students’ Perceptions Of A Short-Term Heritage-Seeking Immersive Study Abroad Program: Journey To The First Black Republic
Black Women Doctoral Students' Perceptions of Barriers and Facilitators of Persistence and Degree Completion in a Predominately White University
CAREER ASPIRATIONS VERSUS CAREER ACTUALIZATIONS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN EXECUTIVE LEVEL ADMINISTRATORS IN HIGHER EDUCATION AT HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES IN A STATE IN THE SOUTHEAST: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY