|92/01/01 - List of 43 ERIC Digests
File Name File Title
the Next Message of Reform through the Professional Standards for Teaching
the 20th-Century History of the United States.
Geography at School and Home.
of Middle School Teachers.
Schools and Educational Reform: Concepts and Concerns. ERIC Digest 91-2.
Management and Student Performance.
Attack the Roots of Violence.
Dimensions of User-Computer Interfaces.
Role of Scholarship in the Community College.
Centers for the 1990's.
Care Resource and Referral Agencies.
On Standardized Testing.
Programs for Middle School Teacher Preparation.
Case for Validity Generalization.
in Designing an Indicator System.
Are Educational Indicators and Indicator Systems?
Biodata as a Selection Instrument.
Case against a National Test.
Research Center on Student Learning.
Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST).
Application of Case Study Evaluations.
Mobile Students: Educational Problems and Possible Solutions.
Resolution Programs in Schools.
in Career Transition.
Practice in Adult Education.
for Implementing the National Career Development Guidelines.
Vocational Education/Entrepreneurship Match.
Identifying Potential Dropouts.
Building Relationships between Schools and Social Services.
The Role of the Community College in Economic and Workforce Development.
with a Multicultural Perspective.
about the Two Koreas.
Teaching the Law Using United States Supreme Court Cases.
in Educational Research.
The Secretary of Labor's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills.
for Literacy: Providing Critical Educational Experiences.
Children with Disabilities for School.
Developing Effective Programs for Special Education Students Who Are Homeless.
Exposed Infants and Children.
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