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Schuetze, Brendan A. – Texas Education Review, 2022
The research-practice divide between social scientists and educators is a persistent problem for the accurate communication and translation of social scientific research into pedagogical practice. This paper uses mindset theory as a case study, arguing that the social scientific theories transcending the research-practice divide tend to be those…
Descriptors: Theory Practice Relationship, Social Sciences, Social Science Research, Elementary Secondary Education
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Del Carmen Unda, María; Lizárraga-Dueñas, Lizeth – Texas Education Review, 2021
The Testing Industrial Complex (TIC) is a system (and at the same time a cycle) in which high-stakes standardized testing fuels neoliberal education reforms and vice versa. These "reforms" and cycles have monetized for profit the public education system in which curriculum, students, and teachers have been packaged and sold for corporate…
Descriptors: Testing, Correctional Institutions, High Stakes Tests, Standardized Tests
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Ping, Lei; Liu, Katrina – Texas Education Review, 2020
Augmented reality (AR) has gained popularity in K-12 education in the past decades; researchers and educators generally agree that AR is a useful pedagogical tool in teaching because it is grounded on efficient teaching and learning models such as constructivist learning, situated learning, and inquiry-based learning. Research on AR in the K-12…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Childs, Joshua; Taylor, Z. W. – Texas Education Review, 2020
Although considerable education research has focused on how K-12 school districts spend money, no extant literature has specifically examined how these districts invested in online endeavors, most notably website traffic cost. As the Internet and school district websites have become a crucial source of information for many educational…
Descriptors: School District Wealth, Web Sites, Expenditures, Elementary Secondary Education
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Viramontes Le, Desiree – Texas Education Review, 2019
The current Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), which contains the most recent reauthorization of the McKinney Vento Act (M-V), places a focus on homeless youth that is intended to facilitate access to K-12 education, higher education and eliminate barriers in-between the two. Through each reauthorization of the McKinney Vento Act since its…
Descriptors: Educational Legislation, Elementary Secondary Education, Federal Legislation, Homeless People
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Daly-Lesch, Anne – Texas Education Review, 2019
Literacy is a powerful tool to engage students in learning about the social, cultural, political, and natural worlds around them. This is especially true within the discipline of science where students use reading and writing to engage in scientific inquiry. In the era of accountability reform, however, students spend more time acquiring reading…
Descriptors: Scientific Research, Critical Theory, Critical Literacy, Inquiry
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Wing, Michelle; Saboda, Jennifer – Texas Education Review, 2018
In an era of increasing teacher accountability, charter schools are finding ways to circumnavigate the restrictions placed on public schools in regard to teacher certification. These efforts purportedly are being made to fill teacher shortages in high need areas, but realistically allow charter school teachers to avoid expensive and time-consuming…
Descriptors: Charter Schools, Teacher Certification, State Legislation, Educational Legislation
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Lorenz, Kent A. – Texas Education Review, 2018
Quality physical education is the central component to a Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP; CDC, 2013). This review begins with a summary of the benefits of physical activity (PA) participation for youth and outlines current PA recommendations and trends. Next, an introduction to the National Framework of Physical Education and…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Physical Activities, Holistic Approach, Physical Activity Level
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Phelps, Ashley N. – Texas Education Review, 2018
Recent estimates suggest that youth spend approximately 80-93% of their working hours in a sedentary state, such as sitting or resting longer than usual (Institute of Medicine, 2013). Schools are conducive of this sedentary behavior and because of that, they have been identified as viable locations for children to be physically active. In order…
Descriptors: Life Style, Physical Activity Level, Holistic Approach, Health Promotion
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Urtel, Mark – Texas Education Review, 2018
Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programs (CSPAPs) have been identified as an intervention toward improving physical activity opportunities for youth throughout the school day. One of the five elements of a CSPAP is afterschool programming. This paper translates the varied research about youth engagement in physical activity into a…
Descriptors: Physical Activity Level, Physical Activities, After School Programs, Program Development
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Reeb-Reascos, Kathleen K.; Serniuk, Jennifer – Texas Education Review, 2018
Through discriminatory policies and neoliberal practices, public institutions have historically marginalized low-wage migrants on the basis of race, ethnicity, class, and English-language ability. Under the Trump administration and Republican-led Congress, anti-immigrant practices and rhetoric have intensified. This paper explores the impact of…
Descriptors: Federal Legislation, Educational Legislation, Elementary Secondary Education, Neoliberalism
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Veenis, Jon C. – Texas Education Review, 2018
One of the claims asserted by advocates of the privatized school choice model is that Traditional Public Schools (TPSs) have failed in their efforts to ameliorate social inequalities for underserved populations. School choice models that support privatization and competition are typically associated with the idealization of market efficiencies, as…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, School Choice, Equal Education, Privatization
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Burgeson, Charlene – Texas Education Review, 2018
Physical activity has many health, social, and academic benefits for youth (United States Department of Health and Human Services [USDHHS], 2008). It can help children and adolescents improve cardiorespiratory fitness, build strong bones and muscles, maintain a healthy weight, reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, and reduce the risk of…
Descriptors: Life Style, Physical Activity Level, Health Promotion, Holistic Approach
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Bonevac, Daniel – Texas Education Review, 2000
Examines the Declaration of Independence, highlighting its initial phrases and describing the philosophy underlying the creation of the United States. Explains that the country has strayed far from its founding fathers' philosophy and suggests that much of today's federal government is, by this standard, illegitimate. Recommends returning to the…
Descriptors: Democracy, Educational Philosophy, Elementary Secondary Education, Government Role
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Greene, Jay; Mellow, Nicole – Texas Education Review, 2000
Observed public and private school lunchrooms and recorded where students sat by race, calculating the percentage of students who sat with students of other races. Overall, 63.5 percent of private school students and 49.7 percent of public school students sat in integrated groups. Influences on integration included segregated housing patterns,…
Descriptors: Dining Facilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Interpersonal Competence, Private Schools
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