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Defining diversity: the politics of identity in a rural community
(Virginia Tech, 1995-04-05)
This ethnographic study examines the meaning of "diversity" in a rural community, along with related issues of social identity. Data collected through participant observation, public documents, and interviews has shown ...
A Meta-Evaluation of Taiwan Ministry of Education's National Technology Institutes Evaluation: A Study of Evaluation Team's and Stakeholders' Judgements on the Evaluation Practice
(Virginia Tech, 1995-05-05)
A meta-evaluation of the Taiwan Ministry of Education's 1990 National Technology Institutes Evaluation practices was conducted. The major focus of the meta-evaluation was to compile pertinent information and to make ...
The impact of administrative support, curriculum, student retention, population and production activity on theatre programs at historically black institutions: a case study perspective
(Virginia Tech, 1995-05-05)
In the black college and university, the acceptance of academic theatre was slow. Most black colleges and universities were not established until the Civil War, and theatre programs did not appear in these schools until ...
Intellectual, educational and demographic characteristics of students with learning disabilities and serious emotional disturbances
(Virginia Tech, 1996-03-05)
This study examined the WISC-III, reading, math and selected family and demographic characteristics of 301 learning disabled students (LD) and 99 emotionally disturbed students (ED). Specifically, this study sought to ...
An evaluation study of an experience-based career education program
(Virginia Tech, 1976-12-15)
Teaching with Technology in an Agriculture Associate's Degree Program
(Virginia Tech, 2011-09-12)
Students in any educational setting need to learn how to integrate and successfully use technology to be successful in a future career. While no one educational system can teach every skill, faculty can help integrate ...
Making the Maasai Schoolgirl: Developing Modernities on the Margins
(Virginia Tech, 2009-08-25)
In 2000, the United Nations hosted the Millennium Summit, billed as the “largest gathering of world leaders in history” (UN Millennium Project). This delegation defined The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) as the primary ...
The evolution and effect of the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission's reports on Funding the standards of quality, part I and part 2 as seen through key actor interviews
(Virginia Tech, 1997-09-09)
The purpose of this study was to detail the history of the formulation of the JLARC studies in 1986 and 1988 on funding the Standards of Quality, background surrounding that formulation, political reaction, and the effect ...