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The Effect of Internal Salary Increment Distributions on Retention Behaviors of Western New York Teachers
This is a study of district internal salary distribution practices and its effect on retention. The study is a replication study as recommended by Jacobson (1986) and Lankford and Wyckoff (1997) whereby their research shows ...
The eye of the beholder: An English teacher's attempt to transform her teaching through digital video composing
Arguments for reforming urban schools to include 21 st century learning tools focus on the current state of high drop out rates and student disengagement as trends that need to be addressed. A mature multimodal composing ...
Understanding student development tasks related to sophomores and their academic success
Historically, retaining students and maximizing their academic achievement has been a challenge for administrators in American colleges and universities. Since the mid-twentieth century, the sophomore year has increasingly ...
Macroacquisition of English in the Japanese Context and Its Educational Implications
There have been many debates on how and why English has spread worldwide. As a local case of the phenomenon, this study investigates the spread of English in the Japanese speech community in the framework of World English ...
Reframing notions of identity, learning, and culture through the use of performing and visual arts within a detention center
This study examines a multimodal arts-based inquiry that took place within a secure detention center. The inquiry was inclusive of design, rehearsal, and production activities that culminated into a final theatre production. ...