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Playing Games or Learning Science? An Inquiry into Navajo Childrens Science Learning (MS Word) (Jan 05, 2006)
Understanding the differences inherent in how children learn science opens up questions of the responsibilities of teachers and of a dominant society in valuing other demonstrations of learning.
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Pathways to College Access and Success (MS Word) (Sep 30, 2005)
This report examines the ways that credit-based transition programs (CBTPs) may help middle and low-achieving students enter and succeed in college. It highlights promising practices used by CBTPs to help students who might have been considered noncollege-bound prepare for college credit course work. The report also discusses the challenges that credit-based transition programs face when trying to include such students. (MS Word)
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Pathways to College Access and Success (PDF) (Sep 30, 2005)
This report looks at the ways that credit-based transition programs (CBTPs) may help middle- and low-achieving students enter and succeed in college. It highlights promising practices used by CBTPs to help students who might have been considered noncollege-bound prepare for college credit course work. The report also discusses the challenges that credit-based transition programs face when trying to include such students.
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Dallas Tech-Prep Program Study Profile (PDF) (Sep 23, 2005)
The Dallas Tech Prep program is a 10 year partnership between the postsecondary partner, Texas Community College, and one of its 30 plus secondary partners, Dallas Tech Prep High School. (PDF)
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Metropolitan Counties Dual Enrollment Program Profile (MS Word) (Sep 23, 2005)
The Metropolitan Counties Dual Enrollment program is a partnership between the postsecondary partner, Iowa Community College, and its secondary partner, Rural High School. Iowa Community College oversees the Metropolitan Counties Dual Enrollment program. The college works with over 12 secondary partners throughout seven counties. (MS Word)
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Dallas Tech-Prep Program Study Profile (MS Word) (Sep 23, 2005)
The Dallas Tech Prep program is a 10 year partnership between the postsecondary partner, Texas Community College, and one of its 30 plus secondary partners, Dallas Tech Prep High School. (MS Word)
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New York City's College Now Program Profile (PDF) (Sep 23, 2005)
The program studied is a partnership between the postsecondary partner, New York Community college, an urban community college in the borough of Queens, New York City and one of its eleven secondary partner schools: New York City High School. (PDF)
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Southern California Middle College High School Program Profile (MS Word) (Sep 23, 2005)
The Southern California Middle college partnership is between Southern California Middle College High School, and a postsecondary partner, California Community College. Established in 1989, the Southern California Middle College High School currently enrolls 327 students in grades 9-12. (MS Word)
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Southern California Middle College High School Program Profile (PDF) (Sep 23, 2005)
The Southern California Middle college partnership is between Southern California Middle College High School, and a postsecondary partner, California Community College. Established in 1989, the Southern California Middle College High School currently enrolls 327 students in grades 9-12.
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Metropolitan Counties Dual Enrollment Program Profile (PDF) (Sep 23, 2005)
The Metropolitan Counties Dual Enrollment program is a partnership between the postsecondary partner, Iowa Community College, and its secondary partner, Rural High School. Iowa Community College oversees the Metropolitan Counties Dual Enrollment program. The college works with over 12 secondary partners throughout seven counties.
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