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Learning theories and principles applied to responsible conduct of research instruction
A comparison study of the professional learning communities in the United States and China
A phenomenological study of Hispanic adult learners at a rural community college
Leadership in a Mandarin language immersion program : all students learning multiple languages as an essential 21st century skill
Implications of state and local policy on community college transfer in California : a regional case study
The rhetorical leader : lessons in the rhetoric of education
Predicting first year student success : an evaluation of assessment testing and self-efficacy
An examination of the effects of using a sustained-theme content-based instruction approach in a community college ESL program
Transitioning schools to global 21st century learning environments : three California elementary schools' approaches
Toward identifying academic barriers of TANF/CalWORKs students in community colleges
Examination of the Leadership Practices That Support and Sustain School Based Mental Health Programs
Euro American Students as Solidarity Allies at Historically White Institutions: Principled Support of the Interests of African Students
The Principal's Role in Monitoring Student Progress At the Middle School Level
Leadership Practices that Improve the Achievement of African American Students in Urban Schools
Leadership for School Turnarounds
A profile of California Community College department chairs
Compact for Success: Achieving Student Success Through a School University Partnership
Trust: A Mediator in District Reform
Predicting Completion Rate with Institutional Characteristics and Practices at Public Community Colleges in California
Comparing Student Retention in On-Campus, Synchronous, and Asynchronous Online Credit Courses at California Community Colleges