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Volume 13, 2009
Table of Contents
|Alberta's Student Teacher Practicum: A Legal Analysis of the Statutory and Regulatory Framework, 13(1)|
|J. Kent Donlevy|
|Perceptions of College Faculty Regarding Outcomes Assessment, 13(2)|
|Educational Leaders’ Challenges in Creating Equitable Opportunities for English Language Learners, 13(3)|
|Exploring Diversity in Higher Education Management: History, Trends, and Implications for Community Colleges, 13(4)|
|Building the Foundations for Data-Based Decision Making: Creating Consensus on Language and Concepts, 13(5)|
|Examining the Invisibility of Girl-to-Girl Bullying in Schools: A Call to Action, 13 (6)|
|The ‘R’ Word in Teacher Education: Understanding the Teaching and Learning of Critical Reflective Practice Under Construction, 13(7)|
|Michael McCabe, Steve Walsh, Ronald Wideman, Eileen Winter|
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