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ERIC Number: ED436555
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
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Education Policy Analysis Archives, 1999: Numbers 21-31.
Glass, Gene V., Ed.
Education Policy Analysis Archives, v7 n21-31 1999
This document consists of articles 21-31 published in the electronic journal "Education Policy Analysis Archives" for the year 1999: (21) "Facing the Consequences: Identifying Limitations of How We Categorize People in Research and Policy" (Cynthia Wallat and Carolyn Steele); (22) "Teachers in Charter Schools and Traditional Schools: A Comparative Study" (Sally Bomotti, Rick Ginsberg, and Brian Cobb); (23) "Academic Approval and Review Practices in the United States and Selected Foreign Countries" (Don G. Creamer and Steven M. Janosik); (24) "Autonomia Universitaria no Brasil: Uma Utopia?" (Maria de Lourdes de Albuquerque Favero); (25) "The Quality of Researchers' Searches of the ERIC Database" (Scott Hertzberg and Lawrence Rudner); (26) "Solving the Policy Implementation Problem: The Case of Arizona Charter Schools" (Gregg A. Garn); (27) "Homeschooling and the Redefinition of Citizenship" (A. Bruce Arai); (28) "Project Hope and the Hope School System in China: A Re-evaluation" (Samuel C. Wang); (29) "Block Scheduling Effects on a State Mandated Test of Basic Skills" (William R. Veal and James Schreiber); (30) "Grade Inflation Rates among Different Ability Students, Controlling for Other Factors" (Stephanie Mc Spirit and Kirk E. Jones); and (31) "Children's Rights and Education in Argentina, Chile, and Spain" (David Poveda, Viviana Gomez, and Claudia Messina). (SLD)
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Childrens Rights, Educational Policy, Educational Research, Electronic Journals, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Grading, Higher Education, Program Development, Program Implementation
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
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Identifiers - Location: Brazil; China