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School Scheduling and At-Risk Students: Looped Perspectives for Academic Support
by Kester, Kyle R., D.Ed.  The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. 2018: 125 pages; 10791084.
513.
Mandatory advanced placement participation and student achievement: An ex post facto study
by Lowe, Jeremy R., EDD/ET  University of Phoenix. 2016: 181 pages; 10155718.
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A study of the perceptions of knowledge, skills, and curriculum in dual enrollment and non-dual enrollment high school ELA classes
by Houston, Melinda Annette, Ed.D.  University of West Georgia. 2015: 168 pages; 3718970.
517.
I almost didn't come in: A descriptive case study of struggling adult readers
by Mahosky, Katherine A., Ed.D.  Northern Arizona University. 2011: 267 pages; 3490541.
518.
Story Elements: Which Impact Children's Reading Interests?
by Kauffman, Syndi, M.Ed.  Bowling Green State University. 2005: 95 pages; 10817791.
519.
Literacy mentorship: Negotiating pedagogical identities around disciplinary literacy strategy instruction
by Towle, Brenna Renee, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2014: 201 pages; 3629864.
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An Examination of the Validity of State Standardized Testing of English Language Learners
by Gonzalez, Arturo, Ed.D.  Northwest Nazarene University. 2016: 133 pages; 10240280.
521.
Adolescent dyadic talk around a young adult novel: Developing understandings and relationships
by Rabinowitz, Rosanne Linda, Ph.D.  Fordham University. 2008: 246 pages; 3312050.
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Positioning and identity in the academic literacy experiences of elementary English Language Learners
by Hickey, Pamela J., Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2011: 364 pages; 3461530.
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How do graphic organizers and multiple response strategies help ELL students comprehend text
by Muniz, Jaddy S., M.Ed.  The William Paterson University of New Jersey. 2015: 94 pages; 1583027.
526.
Aligning Secondary Benchmarks in High School Curriculums across Content Areas
by Forrest, Michael G., Ed.D.  Nova Southeastern University. 2018: 148 pages; 10843963.
528.
Concepts of giftedness: (Re)constructions of academic identities through literacy
by Tilles, Sara Evensen, Ed.D.  University of Pennsylvania. 2014: 335 pages; 3682411.
529.
Leadership distinctions: The impact of leadership on teachers of Second Chance Reading
by Williams, Rebecca Sue, Ed.D.  University of Northern Iowa. 2012: 244 pages; 3535651.
531.
The Efficacy of a Vocabulary Acquisition Program in Young English Language Learners
by Powers, Renee Mimbs, Ed.D.  Walden University. 2010: 108 pages; 3439143.
532.
Mother -child shared book reading and maternal mood
by Katz, Samantha, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2009: 132 pages; 3401709.
534.
Finding Yourself in a Book: Marginalized Adolescent Identity Development and Literary Engagements
by Johnston, Anthony, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2014: 159 pages; 3640486.
536.
Fairy Tales and Students' Literacy Learning at Amaze Elementary School: A Case Study
by Dong, Shufang, Ph.D.  University of Rochester. 2018: 139 pages; 10927964.
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Reading Assessment Practices of Elementary General Education Teachers: A Descriptive Study
by Bombly, Sarah Mirlenbrink, Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2013: 235 pages; 3604341.
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