ERIC Number: ED474865
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002
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Education Policy Analysis Archives, 2002: Numbers 26-50.
Glass, Gene V., Ed.
This document consists of articles 26 through 50 published in the electronic journal "Education Policy Analysis Archives" for the year 2002: (26) "Home Schooling in the United States: Trends and Characteristics" (Kurt J. Bauman); (27) "Mentoring Narratives ON-LINE: Teaching the Principalship" (Alison I. Griffith and Svitlana Taraban); (28) "Elm Street School: A Case Study of Professional Development of Expenditures" (H. Alix Gallagher); (29) "A Case Study of Professional Development Expenditures at a Restructured High School" (Sarah Archibald and H. Alix Gallagher); (30) "Teacher Inequality: New Evidence on Disparities in Teachers' Academic Skills" (Andrew J. Wayne); (31) "The Question of the Student in Educational Reform" (David P. Ericson and Frederick S. Ellett, Jr.); (32)"The Geographical Distribution of Teacher Absenteeism in Large Urban School District Settings: Implications for School Reform Efforts Aimed at Promoting Equity and Excellence in Education" (James E. Bruno); (33) "The Politics of School-Based Management: Understanding the Process of Devolving Authority in Urban School Districts" (Elaine M. Walker); (34) "Charter School Funding Issues" (Stephen D. Sugarman); (35) "Aprender a Ensenar para la Sociedad del Conocimiento" (Carlos Marcelo); (36) "Research and Rhetoric on Teacher Certification: A Response to "Teacher Certification Reconsidered" (Linda Darling-Hammond); (37) "The Effectiveness of "Teach for America" and Other Under-certified Teachers on Student Academic Achievement: A Case of Harmful Public Policy" (Ildiko Laczko-Kerr and David C. Berliner); (38) "District Fiscal Policy and Student Achievement: Evidence from Combined NAEP-CCD Data" (Gary G. Huang and Binbing Yu); (39) "Recovering Policy Implementation: Understanding Implementation through Informal Communication" (Lee S. Duemer and Sylvia Mendez-Morse); (40) "The Original Ten: A Multisite Case Study of Florida's Millennium High School Reform Model" (Carol A. Mullen); (41) "Globalizacion, Gobierno y Transferencia de Politicas Publicas. El Caso de la Educacion Superior en Mexico" (Pedro Flores Crespo and Salvador Ruiz de Chavez); (42) "Legislating Equity: The Distribution of Emergency Permit Teachers in California" (Laura Goe); (43) "Attracting Principals to the Superintendency: Conditions That Make a Difference to Principals" (Aimee Howley, Edwina Pendarvis, and Thomas Gibbs); (44) "Assessment of a Socio-constructivist Model for Teacher Training: A Case Study" (Luiz Antonio Joia); (45) "Corrective Action and School Choice in NYC: An Analysis of District Funding Applications" (Doug Hamman and E.Allen Schenck); (46) "Senior School Board Officials' Perceptions of a National Achievement Assessment Program" (Marielle Simon and Renee Forgette-Giroux); (47) "An Overview of Private Education Development in Modern China" (Zeyu Xu); (48) "K-12 Voucher Programs and Education Policy: An Exploratory Study of Policy Maker Attitudes and Opinions" (Dan Laitsch); (49) "Failing Georgia: The Case against the Ban on Social Promotion" (Donald R. Livingston and Sharon M. Livingston); and (50) "The Case That Won't Go Away: Besieged Institutions and the Massachusetts Teacher Test" (Larry H. Ludlow, Dennis Shirley, and Camelia Rosca). (SLD)
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Professional Development, Public Policy, School Choice, Teacher Certification
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Note: "Education Policy Analysis Archives" is an electronic-only journal (see http://olam.edu.asu.edu/epaa) covered on an article by article basis in "Current Index to Journals in Education" (CIJE). For the 23 English language articles in this part of Volume 10, see TM 524 949-971.