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Women Chief Executives and their Approaches Towards Equity in American Universities
This article investigates the role of equity, diversity and affirmative action in colleges and universities in the USA-all are policy and programmatic mechanisms designed to offer educationalExpand
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The Political Dimension In Teacher Education: Comparative Perspectives On Policy Formation, Socialization And Society
Teacher Education Policy in England, Maeve Landman and Jenny Ozga Teacher Education, Reform and the Politics of Knowledge in the United States, Thomas S. Popkewitz Teacher Education in Search of aExpand
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African American Women and Brown: A Lingering Twilight or Emerging Dawn?.
I remember vividly my mother jumping up and down, clapping her hands, and shouting, "Thurgood Marshall just won the Supreme Court decision! Thurgood Marshall just won the Supreme Court decision!" AsExpand
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Toward Conceptual, Policy, and Programmatic Frameworks of Affirmative Action in South African Universities.
Debate surrounding the concept and goals of affirmative action is growing in the United States and other countries. This article explicates and compares the conceptual tenets of affirmative action asExpand
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The numerical solution of poisson's equation for two-dimensional semiconductor devices
Abstract A numerical algorithm is presented which can be used to obtain the electrostatic potential throughout a two-dimensional semiconductor device under equilibrium conditions. The method isExpand
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Redefining the Educational and Cultural Milieu of Tanzanian Teachers: a case study in development or dependency? [1]
[1] The research data were collected during the writer's appointment as a Scholar‐in‐Residence at the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the United States Information Agency. The analysesExpand
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Public and higher education policies influencing African-American women
This article examines critically the position of African-American women in relation to public and higher education policies. Post-baccalaureate students (graduate and professional), faculty, andExpand
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Terrorism's unanswered questions
Chapter 1: Introduction (Adam Lowther) SECTION ONE: UNDERSTANDING THE NATURE OF TERRORISM Chapter 2: Terrorism: Its Goals, Targets, and Strategies (Craig Stapley) Chapter 3: Measuring the Enemy:Expand
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Analytical Reflections on Access in English Higher Education: Transnational Lessons across the Pond
Recent policy trends in international higher education suggest that the dichotomy between selective and widening participation is a global issue. The central premise of this article considers theExpand
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