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- Ohio University Press 2013; US$ 39.99
When Charles Ping first arrived at Ohio University in 1975, the university was experiencing a decline in student enrollment and confronting serious financial challenges. But rather than focusing on its problems, Ping instead concentrated on Ohio University?s potential. During the nineteen years that Ping served as president, he guided Ohio University... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2008; US$ 40.00
Are American schools socially just institutions? Using the methods of political philosopher John Rawls, this book answers that question by arguing for four principles that express the basic purposes that Americans hold for their schools?principles of Personal Liberty, Democracy, Equal Opportunity, and Economic Growth. more...
- St. Martin's Press 2000; US$ 23.99
This gripping story -a year in the lives of three high school seniors and their school-takes us deep into the hearts and minds of American teenagers, and American society, today. The seniors of Berkeley High are the white, black, Latino, Asian, and multiracial children of judges and carpenters, software consultants and garbage collectors, housewives... more...
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2011; US$ 39.00
This book examines the transition of young adults with disabilities from school to tertiary education and work. It analyses the policy experiences of several OECD countries and identifies recent trends in access to education and employment as well as best transition policies and practices. Which factors foster or hinder the transition to tertiary education... more...
- Indiana University Press 2012; US$ 24.99
Searching for Hope is a gripping account of life in a once-great high school in a rough Indianapolis neighborhood. Granted unfiltered access to Manual High throughout an entire school year, award-winning journalist Matthew Tully tells the complex story of the everyday drama, failures, and triumphs in one of the nation?s many troubled urban public... more...
- Shell Education 2007; US$ 8.99
Bank tellers help people take care of their money. Long ago, bank tellers did most of their work by hand. Today, computers make their work faster and easier. There are even machines called Automatic Teller Machines, or ATMs. Although convenient, ATMs cannot replace bank tellers. more...
- Wiley 2012; US$ 29.00
Undergraduate students come to college from a myriad of pathways for a variety of purposes, and the same can be said of them as they leave to head off into their next endeavors. Arguably, the most important goal of higher education is to prepare students to achieve their postcollege aspirations, and campuses typically pursue that goal through a combination... more...
- Ch. Links Verlag 2012; US$ 14.31
Hauptbeschreibung Über kein sozialwissenschaftliches Projekt der letzten achtzig Jahre ist in den Medien so viel berichtet worden wie über Wittenberge. Die ehemalige Industriestadt an der Elbe zwischen Hamburg und Berlin, deren Einwohnerzahl infolge der Deindustrialisierung nach 1990 auf 19 000 geschrumpft ist und sich damit nahezu halbierte, war... more...
- The Edwin Mellen Press 2010; US$ 149.95
This book demonstrates the value of using of data to inform our understanding of student success. In this study, the researcher proposed that undergraduate students who engaged themselves in non-cognitive activities within an institutional climate are more likely to be academically successful. Implications for student affairs professionals and future... more...