Education

Founded in 1880, Education is a quarterly journal owned and published by Project Innovation. Editorial headquarters are located in Mobile, Ala. Education has an estimated subscription base of 2,900 readers. The journal specializes in the publication of original research and theoretical analysis of subject matter related to innovations in education and teacher preparation. These areas of study and inquiry are applicable to educators across a broad range of teaching, learning and education. The journal accepts unsolicited manuscripts. However, as Education is independently operated and does not receive funding from membership dues or advertising, authors or their sponsoring organization are required to pay a fee for the publication of their material in the journal. The Editor of Education is Phil Feldman.

Articles from Vol. 136, No. 3, Spring

An Analysis of a School Administration Internship Experience
Introduction Over the past decade, educational administration programs and faculty members have paid increased attention to the clinical aspect of principal preparation programs. The institution of a more structured set of field experiences for...
An Analysis of Cooperative Learning Approaches for Students with Learning Disabilities
It has been over twenty years since Tateyama-Sniezek (1990) studied the effect that cooperative learning had on promoting positive relationships between handicapped and non-handicapped students. The author examined the role cooperative learning played...
A Program Based on Developmental Mathematics Approach to Develop Higher Order Mathematical Thinking Levels and Mathematics Appreciation for Primary Stage Students
Introduction Developmental mathematics approach aims at understanding and simplifying the bases of mathematics and the algebraic concepts and relating them to the concepts of numeracy and geometry and to the student's prior knowledge and experiences;...
Charter Schools and Public Schools in Texas
Across the United States (U.S.), education is at the forefront of reform and reinvention. A popular form of reinvention is publically-controlled charter schools (Funkhouser, 2000). In Texas, the charter school option allows students to receive the...
Citizenship of Normal and Hearing-Impaired Elementary Female Students in Saudi Arabia: "Comparative Study"
Introduction Saudi society enjoys security, safety and national unity as it is distinguished from other societies, for it is the place of the Islamic message, but despite that, it remains as other societies in terms of its influence on what the...
Engagement Strategies for Increasing Student Writing Success
"Of 414 English composition papers, nearly one half either passed unsatisfactorily or were conditioned. It can be said that one half of the total number of candidates for admission to the Freshman class of 1892 were unprepared in English preparation....
Introducing the Concept of Optimal Best: Theoretical and Methodological Contributions
Introduction The school system is complex and encompasses wide-range implications for consideration. Student academic achievement (e.g., a student's academic achievement for national examinations), for example, is an undertaking that requires emphasis....
Parental Attitudes and Their Relationship to Citizenship among Kindergarten's Children in Riyadh-Saudi Arabia
Introduction Family is the mediator that has been termed community to meet the natural and social motivations of the child, and the basic component of his character. The child's well alignment with his environment depends on it. And through the...
Perception of the Parish Sense of Community: Does an Elementary School's Presence Heighten Parish Belongingness?
Children in elementary school learn best when they feel comfortable in a school setting. Fisher (1995) noted that primary classrooms and schools create caring and trusting settings among all the members, building strong communities. A growing body...
Proposed Artistic Activities for the Development of Citizenship Values for the Third Grade Students
Introduction Educational values are among the basic elements on which societies depend, as they are part of what determines human behaviors, and one of the major factors that facilitate the interaction between the individual and his society. They...
The Enigma of Adult Bullying in Higher Education: A Research-Based Conceptual Framework
Introduction Bullying is an abusive behavior that, undoubtedly, has had a long history and is quite pervasive in contemporary society. However, a review of the extant literature clearly shows sparse research attention devoted to the study on the...
The Financial and Political Impacts of Labor-Outsourcing in Rural School Districts
As the nation continues to struggle with the financial calamities of the "Great Recession", businesses and government agencies have engaged in a frenzy of cost-cutting measures. A major business-related practice that has been initiated to cut costs...
The Principal as Supervisor in the School Setting
Trust Among Teachers and the Supervisor Trust is developed over a period of time and needs continuous reinforcement. Once impaired or broken, it is indeed difficult to reconstruct. Better it is to have the building of trust as a sequential major...
Using Ecological Assessment to Reduce Aggressive Behaviors in Young Children with Behavior Problems
Young children love to play. Play is the activity they engage in naturally. The activity of play serves a functional purpose by helping children analyze experiences within their world on a cognitive, physical and emotional level. Play allows children...
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