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ERIC Number: ED470225
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002
Pages: 392
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-1068-2341
Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2002: Numbers 1-25.
Glass, Gene V., Ed.
Education Policy Analysis Archives, 10 n1-25 2002
This document consists of articles 1 through 25 published in the electronic journal Education Policy Analysis Archives for the year 2002: (1) Testing and Diversity in Postsecondary Education: The Case of California (Daniel Koretz, Michael Russell, Chingwei David Shin, Cathy Horn, and Kelly Shasby); (2) State-Mandated Testing and Teachers Beliefs and Practice (Sandra Cimbricz); (3) Socratic Pedagogy, Race, and Power: From People to Propositions (Peter Boghossian); (4) Technology Is Changing Whats Fair Use in TeachingAgain (Linda Howe-Stegier and Brian C. Donohue); (5) The Power-discourse Relationship in a Croatian Higher Education Setting (Renata Fox and John Fox); (6) Technical and Ethical Issues in Indicator Systems: Doing Things Right and Doing Wrong Things (Carol Taylor Fitz-Gibbon and Peter Tymms); (7) Exito in California? A Validity Critique of Language Program Evaluations and Analysis of English Learner Test Scores (Marilyn S. Thompson, Kristen E. DiCerbo, Kate Mahoney, and Jeff MacSwan); (8) Reaction to Boltons Significance of Test-based Ratings for Metropolitan Boston Schools (Stephan Michelson); (9) Confusing the Messenger with the Message: A Response to Bolon (Victor L. Willson and Thomas Kellow); (10) Response to Michelson and to Willson and Kellow (Craig Bolon); (11) Women in Managerial Positions in Greek Education: Evidence of Inequality (Anastasia Athanassoula-Reppa and Manolis Koutouzis); (12) How Schools Matter: The Link between Teacher Classroom Practices and Student Academic Performance (Harold Wenglinsky); (13) Los Rituales Escolares y las Practicas Educativas (Pablo Daniel Vain); (14) Japanese Higher Education Policy in Korea during the Colonial Period (1919-1945) (Jeong-Kyu Lee); (15) Basic Education Reform in China: Untangling the Story of Success (Chengzhi Wang and Quanhua Zhou); (16) Quantifying Quality: What Can the U.S. News and World Report Rankings Tell Us about the Quality of Higher Education (Marguerite Clarke); (17) Are Increasing Test Scores in Texas Really a Myth, Or Is Haneys Myth a Myth? (Laurence A. Toenjes and A. Gary Dworkin); (18) High-Stakes Testing, Uncertainty, and Student Learning (Audrey L. Amrein and David C. Berliner); (19) Entrepreneurial Ambitions in the Public Sector:A Random Effects Model of the Emergence of Charter Schools in North Carolina (Linda A. Renzulli); (20) The Amalgamation of Chinese Higher Education Institutions (David Y. Chen); (21) The Possibility of Reform: Micropolitics in Higher Education (Susan Haag and Mary Lee Smith); (22) Affirmative Action in Higher Education: An Analysis of Practices and Policies (Alfred R. Cade, Jr.); (23) School-Based Management: Views from Public and Private Elementary School Principals (Mary T. Apodaca-Tucker and John R. Slate); (24) Lake Woebeguaranteed: Misuse of Test Scores in Massachusetts, Part I (Walt Haney); and (25) Policy and Practice: Restructuring Teachers Work (Lisa Kirtman). (SLD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
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Note: Education Policy Analysis Archives is an electronic-only journal (see http://olam.asu.edu/epaa) covered on an article-by-article basis in Current Index to Journals in Education (CIJE). For the 24 English-language articles in this part of Volume 10, see TM 524 637-660 (in CIJE).