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Fisher, Molly H.; Crawford, Ben – Rural Educator, 2020
Despite conditions that would work against a small and rural school in an impoverish rural area of the United States, Fairway Elementary School has managed to excel in its accountability measures. Through interviews with faculty, staff, teachers, students, and parents of children at Fairway Elementary School a model was developed through the lens…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Small Schools, Elementary Schools, School Effectiveness
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Hall, Cristin Marie; Bertuccio, Rebecca F.; Mazer, Timothy M.; Tawiah, Christeanna O. – Rural Educator, 2020
Although school-based youth homicides and student fear of attack or harm at school have slowly decreased over the past two decades (Musu-Gillette et al., 2018), students are not free from worry; violence is still present in schools. School violence refers to acts of physical force, harm, or power that occur on school grounds or at school events…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, School Safety, Violence, Weapons
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Durr, Tony; Kampmann, Jennifer; Hales, Patrick; Browning, Larry – Rural Educator, 2020
This article details a Title II grant funded professional development project for rural STEM teachers. For this project teachers were grouped in online professional learning communities (PLCs). Participants shared teaching videos and received feedback from their group members and university faculty. In a face-to-face workshop, participants were…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Internet, Rural Schools, STEM Education
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Power, Jillian R.; Musgrove, Ann T.; Nichols, Bryan H. – Rural Educator, 2020
This article shares the findings of a mixed-method study about the implementation of 1:1 computing in a small rural Florida school district. Researchers used multiple regression analyses to examine whether Davis' (1989) Technology Acceptance Model helped explain teachers' adoption of 1:1. The results indicated that the rural teachers' perceived…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Access to Computers, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Ohlson, Matthew A.; Shope, Shane C.; Johnson, Jerry D. – Rural Educator, 2020
Faculty from two universities in Florida and Ohio designed, developed, and implemented programs to work with youth from their respective service regions to support college and career readiness initiatives. Both programs were directed by university faculty and utilized university resources to support K-12 students' career development skills. In…
Descriptors: College School Cooperation, Rural Schools, College Readiness, Career Readiness
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Wallin, Dawn; Newton, Paul; Jutras, Mickey; Adilman, Jordan – Rural Educator, 2019
This paper reports on the ways in which teaching principals in rural schools in Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, Canada enact instructional leadership within the five leadership domains conceptualized by Robinson, Lloyd, and Rowe (2008). Although participants suggested that they were "not where they wanted to be" in their efforts to…
Descriptors: Principals, Administrator Attitudes, Instructional Leadership, Rural Schools
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Wille, Alice M.; Maher, Miranda K.; Cornell, Sibyl R.; Kim, Angelica Coumanova; Reimers, Brad; Hess, Robyn S. – Rural Educator, 2019
Rural school personnel across three districts and states were interviewed to learn their experiences working with refugee youth and their families. These eleven individuals held different roles including administrators, special service providers, and teachers of English language learners (ELL). Through qualitative analysis, the broad themes of…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Refugees, Rural Schools, English Language Learners
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Azano, Amy Price; Biddle, Catharine – Rural Educator, 2019
This article highlights various paradoxes and false dichotomies in rural education research. Using Paulo Freire's theories of oppression and critical awareness, the article delineates a theoretical framework designed to explore a reframing of rural education. We propose that this reframing would serve as rural praxis for school leaders and…
Descriptors: Rural Education, Rural Schools, Educational Policy, Educational Research
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Mitchell, Robert; Wynhoff Olsen, Allison; Hampton, Patrick; Hicks, James; Long, Danette; Olsen, Kristofer – Rural Educator, 2019
One ongoing challenge that educator preparation programs frequently encounter is their limited ability to authentically expose preservice teachers (PSTs) to rural schools and potential careers in rural school districts. To remedy this concern, faculty at three institutions in both the United States and Australia have developed targeted initiatives…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Rural Schools, Foreign Countries, Teacher Education Programs
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Allen, Ann; Roberts, J. Kessa – Rural Educator, 2019
Employing concepts of place and space, we consider the implementation of Early College initiatives in two small school districts in Ohio, situated in very different regions of the state. One is a rural district near the foothills of Appalachia, and the other is a small town district on the shores of Lake Erie. The paper examines data collected…
Descriptors: College Preparation, College Bound Students, High School Students, Rural Schools
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Kinkley, Ian C.; Yun, John T. – Rural Educator, 2019
This paper examines rural public school student population change in Illinois and explores the implications of these changes on educational leadership. Secondary analysis of 16 years of data from NCES Common Core of Data Universe Surveys illuminates population change in terms of student enrollment and demographic characteristics. Findings suggest…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Population Trends, School Demography, Enrollment
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Reading, Chris; Khupe, Constance; Redford, Morag; Wallin, Dawn; Versland, Tena; Taylor, Neil; Hampton, Patrick – Rural Educator, 2019
At a time when social, economic and political decisions, along with environmental events, challenge the viability of remote communities, educators need to better prepare young people in these communities to work towards sustainability. Remote locations can be defined by their inaccessibility rather than just distance from the nearest services,…
Descriptors: Geographic Isolation, Community Needs, Educational Innovation, Foreign Countries
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Davidson, Shelby; Butcher, Jennifer – Rural Educator, 2019
This qualitative phenomenological narrative inquiry research study used narrative inquiry to investigate rural superintendents' experiences with the application of principle-centered leadership in their districts. Ten superintendents from rural districts in east Texas were interviewed. Narratives were analyzed by organizing, describing,…
Descriptors: Rural Schools, Superintendents, Empowerment, Leadership Styles
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Goldman, Anna-Margaret – Rural Educator, 2019
Access has been an ongoing issue for rural students. In this study, I examined factors that have been proven barriers and supports for rural students. Rural college students who were part of the TRiO program at a flagship university shared barriers and supports to access higher education. Students talked about their college journeys by telling…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Higher Education, Rural Schools, College Students
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Turner, Jon; Finch, Kim; Uribe-Zarain, Ximena – Rural Educator, 2019
The four-day school week is a concept that has been utilized in rural schools for decades to respond to budgetary shortfalls. There has been little peer-reviewed research on the four-day school week that has focused on the perception of parents who live in school districts that have recently switched to the four-day model. This study collected…
Descriptors: School Districts, Rural Schools, School Schedules, Parent Attitudes
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