MANY VOICES

Citations from Web-Based Journals and Other Periodicals

This is a collection of citations and links to selected articles from a large number of professional journals and other substantive publications that are available online. It will give you easy access to the voices of a broad range of organizations, centers, and institutions concerned with general education, special education, related disciplines, education of culturally and linguistically diverse students, and other arenasArticles are reviewed for their relevance to systems change, policy, practice, and administration in terms of the No Child Left Behind Act and IDEA and related interests across the range of policymakers, administrators, practitioners, and families. The vast majority of citations are linked to full texts, but some lead to abstracts and information on acquiring the text.


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Achievement Gap

Behavior, Discipline

Change Theory, Organization Development, Stakeholder Involvement in Systems Change

Children’s Health and Well Being

Classroom Assessment

Cultural Perspectives

Early Childhood: Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers

Equity Issues and Disparities

Health Services in Schools and School Safety

High Stakes Testing and Accountability

Inclusive Education

Instructional Strategies

Interdisciplinary and Interagency Collaboration

Juvenile Delinquency, Juvenile Justice, and Dropout Prevention

Linguistic Diversity

Mental Health

Mentoring, After-School and Out-of-School Programs, and Positive Youth Development

Parents, Families, and Local Communities

Preservice Preparation

Professional Development

Reform/Restructuring

Response to Intervention (RTI)

Rural Education

Secondary Education and Transition to Postsecondary Opportunities

Technology


The opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position of policy of the U.S. Department of Education, and no endorsement of the U.S. Department of Education should be inferred.