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Los sueƱos no se compran (dreams can't be bought): Latina/o degree aspirations and community cultural wealth
by Jimenez, Eileen Graciela, M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2016: 102 pages; 10240288.
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The transition to high school: Freshmen transition practices
by McKenzie, Teresa J., Ed.D.  Lindenwood University. 2009: 126 pages; 3372337.
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Freshman transition programs: Effect on ninth grade student preparedness
by Sutton, Samantha Ruth, Ed.D.  Lindenwood University. 2009: 151 pages; 3389399.
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Practical formulations of the Latent Growth Item Response Model
by McGuire, Leah Walker, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2010: 103 pages; 3413550.
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Psychological and behavioral correlates of freshman BMI change
by Jackl, Rebecca K., M.S.  San Jose State University. 2010: 77 pages; 1488128.
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Establishing the validity and reliability of the survey identifying the professional development needs of international teachers
by Waite, Winsome Patricia Falconer, Ph.D.  College of Notre Dame of Maryland. 2009: 254 pages; 3351505.
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Comparing the Impacts of Biofuels Using Survey and Non-survey Data
by Rossi, James, M.S.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2010: 129 pages; 13850745.
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The impact of freshman transition programs on achievement
by Way, Jeremy, Ed.D.  Lindenwood University. 2015: 127 pages; 3729527.
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Survey analysis: Methodology and application using CHIS data
by Levy, Melanie E., M.S.  California State University, Long Beach. 2014: 85 pages; 1527014.
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Academic honesty in the digital age
by Ananou, T. Simeon, D.Ed.  Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 2014: 194 pages; 3615494.
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