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Analysis of the School Preferred Reading Program in Selected Los Angeles Minority Schools.
In 20 elementary schools participating in the Los Angeles School Preferred Reading Program, gains'in reading achievement were examined"in order to identify school and classroom policies that wereExpand
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Theta Reliability and Factor Scaling
Reliability measurement of composite variables has attracted a considerable amount of interest among sociologists in the last several years.' Although sociologists have always lamented the problem ofExpand
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The course of alcoholism : four years after treatment
Abstract : Alcoholism has traditionally been viewed as a persistent and chronic disorder. Recent years, however, have seen a growing belief that the disorder can be completely transformed intoExpand
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Race and Gender in the U.S. Military
The issues of race and gender representation in the military have been raised recently, the first because of the Persian Gulf War and the second because of the change in combat job restrictions. TheExpand
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Alcoholism and Treatment
The best ebooks about Alcoholism And Treatment that you can get for free here by download this Alcoholism And Treatment and save to your desktop. This ebooks is under topic such as advances inExpand
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Forced Justice: School Desegregation and the Law
School desegregation and "forced" busing first brought people to the barricades during the 1960s and 1970s, and the idea continues to spark controversy today whenever it is proposed. A quiet rageExpand
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Brown and black-white achievement
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The Effectiveness of School Desegregation Plans, 1968-1991
A major debate in school desegregation policy is whether voluntary, market-based mechanisms (such as magnet schools) result in more school desegregation than command-and-control approaches (such asExpand
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Changing Minority Representation in the U.S. Military
The Department of Defense has always sought a socially representative enlisted force, especially with respect to African American and Hispanic minorities. Ideally, in a democratic society a militaryExpand
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The Evidence on Universal Preschool: Are Benefits Worth the Cost?
  • D. Armor
  • Psychology, Political Science
  • 15 October 2014
Calls for universal preschool programs have become commonplace, reinforced by President Obama’s call for “high-quality preschool for all” in 2013. Any program that could cost state and federalExpand
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