|92/01/01 - List of 43 ERIC Digests
File Name File Title
and Other Drug Use by Adolescents with Disabilities.
Prevention Education for Exceptional Youth: Why HIV Prevention Education
and the Exceptional Child.
Corrections and the Exceptional Student.
Special Education: Statistics and Trends. Revised.
Learning: Creating Excitement in the Classroom.
Gender Equality in Higher Education: The Need To Integrate Work/Family
Advising for Student Success: A System of Shared Responsibility.
Multimedia Computer Systems.
& Issues in Library & Information Science 1990.
National Research and Education Network (NREN): Update 1991.
School Restructuring and Teacher Burnout.
Urban Education with Magnet Schools.
Professor Responds by Computer to the Writing of Elementary Students.
Strategies for Employment Interviews.
for Library Services.
in Teaching Culturally Diverse Children.
Good Teachers in Urban Schools.
School-Based Drug Prevention Programs Working?
Young Black Males.
with Fears and Stress.
the University Career Center.
Learning Styles Counseling.
Teenage Fathers: The "Maximizing a Life Experience" (MALE) Group.
Leaders in Drug Abuse Prevention.
Curriculum for Gifted Students.
for Parent Participation in Schools for Young Children.
in Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.
Clear Writing in the Professions.
Some Emerging Trends in School Restructuring.
Activities: Making the Language Laboratory Interactive.
Teaching ASL as a Second Language.
Computers with Adult ESL Literacy Learners.
in Educational Technology 1991.
Children Overcome Reading Difficulties.
Key Issues in Restructuring.
Controlled Choice: An Alternative School Choice Plan.
You Want To Be a Teacher.
of Student Teachers.
Mathematics Education for Female Students.
Youth Programs: A Critical Gap in the Research.
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