STAYING THE COURSE: THE DEVELOPMENT OF VIRGINIA'S STANDARDS OF LEARNING AND THE DECISION NOT TO ADOPT THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS
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National industry-based skill standards technical committees :perceptions of adoption of standards in vocational education programs Bunn, Phyllis Carolyn (Virginia Tech, 1996-03-06)Over the past fifteen years, concern has developed for the condition of the American economy. As a result, business and education leaders in the United States have acknowledged the interdependence between education and ...
Development of a new standard laboratory protocol for estimating the field attenuation of hearing protection devices. I. Research of Working Group 11, Accredited Standards Committee S12, noise Royster, Julia D.; Berger, Elliott H.; Merry, Carol J.; Nixon, Charles W.; Franks, John R.; Behar, Alberto; Casali, John G.; Dixon-Ernst, Christine; Kieper, Ronald W.; Mozo, Ben T.; Ohlin, Doug; Royster, Larry H. (Acoustical Society of America, 1996-03-01)This paper describes research conducted by Working Group 11 of Accredited Standards Committee S12, Noise, to develop procedures to estimate the field performance of hearing protection devices (HPDs). Current standardized ...
The Change Process: Stages of Concern of the Standards of Learning in Superintendents' Region Seven in Virginia Martin, Darrin T. (Virginia Tech, 2000-03-10)
The purpose of this study was to determine the levels of concern of central office instructional administrators, building level principals, and teachers in Superintendents' Region Seven as they implement Virginias' ...