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Measuring English Language Proficiency: Revision Of The Ielts Pronunciation Scale, Sacha Develle Feb 2009

Measuring English Language Proficiency: Revision Of The Ielts Pronunciation Scale, Sacha Develle

Dr Sacha DeVelle

No abstract provided.


Reaching For The Stars: Making The Most Of Your Educational Opportunities, Sandie Waters Dec 2008

Reaching For The Stars: Making The Most Of Your Educational Opportunities, Sandie Waters

Sandie H Waters

No abstract provided.


Reaching For The Stars: Making The Most Of Your Educational Opportunities, Sandie Waters Dec 2008

Reaching For The Stars: Making The Most Of Your Educational Opportunities, Sandie Waters

Sandie H Waters

No abstract provided.


Reaching For The Stars: Making The Most Of Your Educational Opportunities, Sandie Waters Dec 2008

Reaching For The Stars: Making The Most Of Your Educational Opportunities, Sandie Waters

Sandie H Waters

No abstract provided.


An Exploration Of The Impact Of Critical Math Literacies And Alternative Schooling Spaces On The Identity Development Of High School-Aged Black Males In South Los Angeles, Clarence L. Terry Dec 2008

An Exploration Of The Impact Of Critical Math Literacies And Alternative Schooling Spaces On The Identity Development Of High School-Aged Black Males In South Los Angeles, Clarence L. Terry

Clarence "La Mont" Terry, Sr.

Urban schools, for many African American students, have effectively become a space for the perpetuation of modern slavery. Large numbers of students, particularly Black males, are being funneled without choice into low-wage labor sectors, military service, underground economies and, eventually, prisons or worse. Key work by math education researchers like Martin (2000; 2006) has shown that ‘race’ and ‘racialization’ are salient aspects of African American students’ experiences in urban schools and broader society that contribute to marginalization in math classrooms and, by extension, myriad avenues of social and economic participation. By purposely grounding race and identity at the forefront of ...


Systemic Corruption And The Programme On Basic Education In The Philippine Department Of Education, Vicente C. Reyes Jr Dec 2008

Systemic Corruption And The Programme On Basic Education In The Philippine Department Of Education, Vicente C. Reyes Jr

Dr. Vicente C Reyes Jr

This article contextualises corruption and implementation as it occurs in the Philippine Department of Education (DepEd). Described as a national agency suffering from 'systemic corruption,' an in-depth qualitative case study analysis of one of its programmes is imperative. The Programme on Basic Education (PROBE) hailed as a success and which has managed to be relatively free from corrupt activities is the focus. Providing findings from a study undertaken on PROBE participants from the three main islands of the Philippines, this article analyzes the various organizational factors that have an impact on the prevalence and absence of corruption and the enabling ...