|Pre-1992 - List of 42 ERIC Digests
File Name File Title
Tracking Systems in Community Colleges.
Problem-Solving in the Classroom.
and Opportunities for Literacy Development.
School Finance: The Quest for Equal Educational Opportunity.
School Education--The Critical Link in Dropout Prevention.
Expectations of Vocational Education.
Education: Characteristics and Effectiveness.
Work, and Literacy.
and Facilitating Self-Directed Learning.
Activation, Construction, and Application.
to Standardized Educational Assessment.
Involvement in the Educational Process.
in the Classroom.
and Anglo Students' Misconceptions in Mathematics.
Language: Integrating the Language Arts--and Much More.
Literature To Teach Reading.
Intervention for Infants and Toddlers: A Team Effort.
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder.
in American Indian Education: A Historical Retrospective for Educators
in the United States.
Students To Take Standardized Achievement Tests.
Test Scores for Compensatory Education Students.
Customized Standardized Tests.
GED Testing Program.
American Schools: The Promise and the Pitfalls.
Ethics: Some Specific Problems.
Personal Computers To Acquire Special Education Information. Revised.
with Physical Disabilities and Health Impairments. Revised.
the Needs of Able Learners through Flexible Pacing.
Planning for Students with Learning Disabilities.
Impact of Microcomputer-Based Instruction on Teaching and Learning: A Review
of Recent Research.
Videodisc: An Emerging Technology for Educators.
Classroom Achievement Tests.
Workshops and Institutes.
Common Misuses of Tests.
Glossary of Measurement Terms.
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