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Literacy experiences of male students in an alternative high school: a phenomenological perspective
The purpose of this qualitative, multiple case-study design was to explore the literacy experiences and perceptions of male students attending an alternative high school. A phenomenological approach was used to capture the ...
Perspectives and practices of successful teachers in diverse rural South Texas high-performing high-needs elementary schools
Texas rural schools, educating more than half a million students annually, and rural schools across the nation have been under scrutiny for the inability to provide quality education through course offerings, facilities, ...
A validation study of the Juhnke-Balkin Life Balance Inventory
Life balance was investigated as a unifying construct of wellness and found to be a significant, holistic concept among a variety of counseling professionals. The life balance construct is described as multifaceted and ...
The state of education for students of Mexican descent on the Texas/Mexico border: then and now
Much of the territory from the Sabine River, the border between present day Texas and Louisiana, to the Pacific Ocean was occupied by persons of Mexican descent long before it became part of the United States. There are ...
A comparison of silent reading comprehension and listening comprehension in fourth, sixth, and eighth grade students
This study investigated the relationship between listening and reading comprehension to determine: (a) if there has been a change in the equalization age for these two modalities from what was theorized by Thomas Sticht; ...
Online counseling and online counselor preparation: a mixed methods investigation
The purpose of this sequential mixed methods study was to examine the perceptions of counselor educators toward online counseling services, and the training of online counselors. Sixty-four counselor educators affiliated ...