Written by Mary Heath – The author describes the value of participating in high-quality professional development activities.
Written by Catherine Moulton Garrigan and Jacqueline Thousand – An educational approach that encourages teachers to pool their abilities to meet student needs
Written by Leo Sandy – The author cites examples of educational practice in Finland and proposes how American school systems might learn from them.
Written by Lorraine S. Wenger Interviews with mothers of high school girls provide insight into past and present high school culture and its relationship to gender equity.
Written by Ronda Gregg The need for school districts to address the environmental and emotional barriers to students and school success is discussed in this article.
Written by Kimberly A. White-Smith This study investigates the relationship between principals’ leadership and efforts to support improved achievement in high-performing, low-income minority schools.
Written by Scott Meyer, Stephanie Halter, and Lisa Townson The authors explore visual and systematic evaluation formats that allow researchers to investigate student views regarding their connections to school, peers, community, and family.
Written by Barbara A. Wirth The author examines the positive effects career and technical education may have on academic achievement, reduced drop-out rates and employability.
Written by David A. Mackey and Bruce L. Berg Changes in student expectations, job opportunities, and the subsequent need to provide post-secondary curriculum and experiences in criminal justice that reflect these shifts are explored.
Written by Judith Turk The effects of retention and social promotion are discussed by the author.