Kremen School of Education and Human Development ยป 2005
8 achievements

8 achievements

Alamillo, Laura
Alamillo, L., Garcia, E., Palmer, D., & Viramontes, C.  (2005). California’s English Only Policies: An Analysis of Initial Effects, in Leaving Children Behind: How Texas-style Accountability Fails Latino Youth.  . Albany: State University of New York Press.
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Garan, Elaine M.
Garan, E.  (2005). Scientific flim-flam: A who's who of entrepreneurial research.  Reading for Profit: How the Bottom Line Leaves Kids Behind. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
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Lam, Sarah K.Y.
Lam, S.  (2005). From confusion to celebration: The dual roles of school counselors as healers and educators.  Vistas: Compelling perspectives on counseling. (pp.37-39) Alexandria, Va.: American Counseling Association.
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Lam, S.  (2005). From serving families to community awareness.  Academic Exchange Quarterly. 207-211.
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Lam, S.  (2005). An Interdisciplinary Course to Prepare School Professionals to Collaborate with Families of Exceptional Children.  Multicultural Education. 13(2), 38-42.
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Lane-Garon, Pamela
Lane-Garon, P., Ybarra-Merlo, M., Zajac, J., & Vierra, T.  (2005). Mediators and mentors: Partners in conflict resolution and peace education.  Journal of Peace Education. 2(2), 183-193.
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Neal, Judith
Neal, J.  (2005). All things lead to change.  The Journal of Reading Recovery. 5(1), iii.
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Tracz, Susan
Tracz, S., Nelson, L., Newman, I., & Beltran, A.  (2005). The Misuse of ANCOVA: The Academic and Political Implications of Type VI Errors in Studies of Achievement and Socioeconomic Status.  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints. 31(1), 16-21.
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