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Appendix VI: Outline of Contents

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The systematic outline in this Appendix is designed to provide a general overview of the conceptual scheme of the Encyclopedia, listing entries or subentries found in the main body of the text along with primary source documents from Appendix III: Court Cases, Legislation, and International Agreements. The outline is divided into sixteen parts: Curriculum; Learning and Instruction; Assessment, Measurement, and Methods; Elementary and Secondary Education; Postsecondary Education; History of Education; Philosophy of Education; Educational Policy and Governance; International Education; Social Context of Education; Out-of-School Influences on Academic Success; Exceptional Students and Special Education; Teacher Education; Administration; Professional Education; and Education and Commerce. Most parts are divided into several sections. Because the section headings are not mutually exclusive, certain entries from the main text and documents from Appendix III are listed more than once.

  1. I. CURRICULUM
  2. A. SCHOOL
  3. Advanced Placement Courses/Exams
  4. Agricultural Education
  5. Art Education: School
  6. Bilingual Education
  7. Business Education: School
  8. Civics and Citizenship Education
  9. Curriculum, School: Core Knowledge Curriculum
  10. Curriculum, School: Hidden Curriculum
  11. Curriculum, School: Overview
  12. Driver Education
  13. English Education: Teaching of
  14. Family and Consumer Sciences Education
  15. Foreign Language Education
  16. Geography, Teaching of
  17. Handwriting, Teaching of
  18. Health Education, School
  19. History: Learning
  20. History: Teaching of
  21. Journalism, Teaching of
  22. Language Arts, Teaching of
  23. Latin in Schools, Teaching of
  24. Mathematics Learning: Algebra
  25. Mathematics Learning: Complex Problem Solving
  26. Mathematics Learning: Geometry
  27. Mathematics Learning: Learning Tools
  28. Mathematics Learning: Myths, Mysteries, and Realities
  29. Mathematics Learning: Number Sense
  30. Mathematics Learning: Numeracy and Culture
  31. Mathematics Learning: Word-Problem Solving
  32. Multicultural Education
  33. Music Education: Overview
  34. Outdoor and Environmental Education
  35. Physical Education: Overview
  36. Physical Education: Preparation of Teachers
  37. Reading: Teaching of
  38. Science Education: Overview
  39. Science Learning: Explanation and Argumentation
  40. Science Learning: Knowledge Organization and Understanding
  41. Science Learning: Standards
  42. Science Learning: Tools
  43. Service Learning: School
  44. Sexuality Education
  45. Social Studies Education: Overview
  46. Speech and Theater Education
  47. Spelling, Teaching of
  48. Student Activities: Overview
  49. Technology Education
  50. Vocational and Technical Education: Current Trends
  51. Vocational and Technical Education: History of
  52. Writing, Teaching of
  53. B. HIGHER EDUCATION
  54. Academic Calendars
  55. Academic Major, The
  56. African-American Studies
  57. Berea College
  58. Bethune, Mary McLeod
  59. Buchanan, Scott
  60. Capstone Courses in Higher Education
  61. College Seminars for First-Year Students
  62. Curriculum, Higher Education: Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum
  63. Curriculum, Higher Education: National Reports on the Undergraduate Curriculum
  64. Curriculum, Higher Education: Traditional and Contemporary Perspectives
  65. Eliot, Charles
  66. Gay and Lesbian Studies
  67. General Education in Higher Education
  68. Honors Programs in Higher Education
  69. Hutchins, Robert
  70. Interdisciplinary Courses and Majors in Higher Education
  71. Internships in Higher Education
  72. Learning Communities and the Undergraduate Curriculum
  73. Life Experience for College Credit
  74. Lifelong Learning
  75. Mieklejohn, Alexander
  76. Multiculturalism in Higher Education
  77. Rice, John A.
  78. Service Learning: Higher Education
  79. Study Abroad
  80. Taylor, Harold
  81. Women's Studies
  82. C. INTERNATIONAL
  83. Curriculum, International
  84. Elementary Education: Current Trends
  85. Freire, Paulo
  86. Froebel, Friedrich
  87. Herbart, Johann
  88. Montessori, Maria
  89. Neill, A. S.
  90. Pestalozzi, Johann
  91. Secondary Education: International Issues
  92. Steiner, Rudolf
  93. Vocational and Technical Education: International Context
  94. II. LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION
  95. Pressey, Sidney L.
  96. Rogers, Carl
  97. Skinner, B. F.
  98. Teaching and Learning: International Perspective
  99. Vygotsky, Lev
  100. Watson, John B.
  101. A. AFFECTIVE AND SOCIAL PROCESSES IN LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
  102. 1. Affective and Social Processes
  103. Aggressive Behavior
  104. Character Development
  105. Cooperative and Collaborative Learning
  106. Educational Psychology
  107. Instructional Design: Learning Communities
  108. Moral Development
  109. Peace Education
  110. Peer Relations and Learning
  111. 2. Motivation
  112. Motivation: Instruction
  113. Motivation: Overview
  114. Motivation: Self-Regulated Learning
  115. 3. Effort and Interest
  116. Effort and Interest
  117. Motivation: Self-Regulated Learning
  118. Reading: Interest
  119. B. THEORIES OF DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING
  120. Bloom, B. S.
  121. Developmental Theory: Cognitive and Information Processing
  122. Developmental Theory: Evolutionary Approach
  123. Developmental Theory: Historical Overview
  124. Developmental Theory: Vygotskian Theory
  125. Educational Psychology
  126. Learning Theory: Constructivist Approach
  127. Learning Theory: Historical Overview
  128. Learning Theory: Schema Theory
  129. Motor Learning
  130. Piaget, Jean
  131. 1. Processes of Human Development
  132. Affect and Emotional Development
  133. Aggressive Behavior
  134. Character Development
  135. Child Development, Stages of Growth
  136. Creativity
  137. Erikson, Erik
  138. Havighurst, Robert J.
  139. Kohlberg, Lawrence
  140. Memory: Development of
  141. Moral Development
  142. Peer Relations and Learning
  143. C. LEARNING PROCESSES
  144. Teaching and Learning: International Perspective
  145. 1. Biological Bases of Behavior Brain-Based Education
  146. Learning: Neurological Foundation
  147. 2. Individual Differences
  148. Individual Differences: Abilities and Aptitudes
  149. Individual Differences: Affective and Conative Processes
  150. Individual Differences: Ethnicity
  151. Individual Differences: Gender Equity and Schooling
  152. 3. Intelligence
  153. Intelligence: Emotional Intelligence
  154. Intelligence: Measurement
  155. Intelligence: Multiple Intelligences
  156. Intelligence: Myths, Mysteries, and Realities
  157. Intelligence: Triarchic Theory of Intelligence
  158. 4. Attention, Memory, and Perception
  159. Attention
  160. Learning: Perceptual Processes
  161. Memory: Autobiographical Memory
  162. Memory: Development of
  163. Memory: Graphics, Diagrams, and Videos
  164. Memory: Implicit Memory
  165. Memory: Mental Models
  166. Memory: Metamemory
  167. Memory: Myths, Mysteries, and Realities
  168. Memory: Structures and Functions
  169. Mnemonic Strategies and Techniques
  170. 5. Knowledge Acquisition and Expertise
  171. Expertise: Adaptive Expertise
  172. Expertise: Domain Expertise
  173. Knowledge Building
  174. Knowledge Management
  175. Learning to Learn and Metacognition
  176. Learning: Conceptual Change
  177. Learning: Knowledge Acquisition, Representation, and Organization
  178. Reading: Comprehension
  179. Reading: Learning from Text
  180. Reading: Prior Knowledge, Beliefs, and Learning
  181. Science Learning: Knowledge Organization and Understanding
  182. 6. Problem Solving and Reasoning
  183. Creativity
  184. Instructional Design: Problem-Based Learning
  185. Learning: Analogical Reasoning
  186. Learning: Causal Reasoning
  187. Learning: Problem Solving
  188. Learning: Reasoning
  189. Learning: Transfer of Learning
  190. Learning to Learn and Metacognition
  191. 7. Technology, Media, and Learning
  192. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
  193. International Assessments: IEA Study of Technology in the Classroom
  194. International Gap in Technology, The
  195. Literacy: Learning from Multimedia Sources
  196. Literacy: Multimedia Literacy
  197. Mathematics Learning: Learning Tools
  198. Media and Learning
  199. Media, Influence on Children
  200. School-Linked Services: Outcomes School-Linked Services: Types of Services and Organizational Forms
  201. Science Learning: Tools
  202. Sexual Orientation
  203. Summer Enrichment Programs
  204. Technology Education
  205. Technology in Education: Current Trends
  206. Technology in Education: Higher Education
  207. Technology in Education: School
  208. Vocational and Technical Education: International Context
  209. D. LITERACY, LITERACY STUDIES, AND READING
  210. Bilingualism, Second Language Learning, and English as a Second Language
  211. Chall, Jeanne
  212. Discourse: Classroom Discourse
  213. Discourse: Cognitive Perspective
  214. Gray, William Scott
  215. International Assessments: IEA and OECD Studies of Reading Literacy
  216. Language Acquisition
  217. Language Arts, Teaching of
  218. Literacy: Emergent Literacy
  219. Literacy: Intertextuality
  220. Literacy: Learning from Multimedia Sources
  221. Literacy: Multimedia Literacy
  222. Literacy: Narrative Comprehension and Production
  223. Literacy: Vocabulary and Vocabulary Learning
  224. Literacy: Writing and Composition
  225. Literacy and Culture
  226. Literacy and Reading
  227. Readability Indices
  228. Reading: Beginning Reading
  229. Reading: Comprehension
  230. Reading: Content Areas
  231. Reading: Interest
  232. Reading: Learning from Text
  233. Reading: Prior Knowledge, Beliefs, and Learning
  234. Reading: Value of Reading Engagement for Children
  235. E. CONTENT AREA LEARNING
  236. 1. Mathematics
  237. International Assessments: IEA Third International Mathematics and Science Study
  238. Mathematics Learning: Algebra
  239. Mathematics Learning: Complex Problem Solving
  240. Mathematics Learning: Geometry
  241. Mathematics Learning: Learning Tools
  242. Mathematics Learning: Myths, Mysteries, and Realities
  243. Mathematics Learning: Number Sense
  244. Mathematics Learning: Numeracy and Culture
  245. Mathematics Learning: Word-Problem Solving
  246. 2. Science
  247. International Assessments: IEA Third
  248. International Mathematics and Science Study
  249. Science Education: Overview
  250. Science Learning: Explanation and Argumentation
  251. Science Learning: Knowledge Organization and Understanding
  252. Science Learning: Standards
  253. Science Learning: Tools
  254. 3. Social Studies
  255. Character Development
  256. History: Learning
  257. History: Teaching of
  258. International Assessments: Political Democracy and the IEA Study of Civic Education
  259. Social Studies Education: Overview
  260. 4. Language Arts
  261. Chall, Jeanne
  262. Children's Literature
  263. Gray, William Scott
  264. Handwriting, Teaching of
  265. International Assessments: IEA and OECD Studies of Reading Literacy
  266. Language Acquisition
  267. Language Arts, Teaching of
  268. Literacy: Emergent Literacy
  269. Literacy: Intertextuality
  270. Literacy: Learning from Multimedia Sources
  271. Literacy: Multimedia Literacy
  272. Literacy: Narrative Comprehension and Production
  273. Literacy: Vocabulary and Vocabulary Learning
  274. Literacy: Writing and Composition
  275. Literacy and Reading
  276. Readability Indices
  277. Reading: Beginning Reading
  278. Reading: Comprehension
  279. Reading: Content Areas
  280. Reading: Interest
  281. Reading: Learning from Text
  282. Reading: Prior Knowledge, Beliefs, and Learning
  283. Reading: Value of Reading Engagement for Children Spelling, Teaching of
  284. Writing, Teaching of
  285. 5. Visual and Performing Arts
  286. Art Education: Preparation of Teachers
  287. Art Education: School
  288. Barkan, Manuel
  289. National Art Education Association
  290. National Association of Schools of Art and Design
  291. Speech and Theater Education
  292. 6. Vocational and Technical Education
  293. State Departments of Education: Vocational Education
  294. Vocational and Technical Education: Current Trends
  295. Vocational and Technical Education: History of
  296. Vocational and Technical Education: International Context
  297. Vocational and Technical Education: Preparation of Teachers
  298. Vocational School Fallacy
  299. F. INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESSES AND INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
  300. Discourse: Classroom Discourse
  301. Discourse: Cognitive Perspective
  302. Instructional Design: Anchored Instruction
  303. Instructional Design: Case-Based Reasoning
  304. Instructional Design: Direct Instruction
  305. Instructional Design: Learning Communities
  306. Instructional Design: Learning through Design
  307. Instructional Design: Overview
  308. Instructional Design: Pedagogical Agents and Tutors
  309. Instructional Design: Problem-Based Learning
  310. Motivation: Instruction
  311. G. INTELLIGENCE
  312. Binet, Alfred
  313. Gifted and Talented, Education of
  314. Intelligence: Emotional Intelligence
  315. Intelligence: Measurement
  316. Intelligence: Multiple Intelligences
  317. Intelligence: Myths, Mysteries, and Realities
  318. Intelligence: Triarchic Theory of Intelligence
  319. III. ASSESSMENT, MEASUREMENT, AND METHODS
  320. Assessment: Classroom Assessment
  321. Assessment: Dynamic Assessment
  322. Assessment: National Assessment of Educational Progress
  323. Assessment: Performance Assessment
  324. Assessment: Portfolio Assessment
  325. Binet, Alfred
  326. Buros, Oscar Krisen
  327. Charters, W. W.
  328. Educational Testing Service
  329. General Educational Development Test
  330. Goddard, Henry H.
  331. Intelligence: Measurement
  332. International Assessments: IEA and OECD Studies of Reading Literacy
  333. International Assessments: IEA Third International Mathematics and Science Study
  334. International Assessments: International Association for Educational Assessment
  335. International Assessments: Political Democracy and the IEA Study of Civic Education
  336. International Education Statistics: Overview
  337. International Education Statistics: The Use of Indicators to Evaluate the Condition of Education Systems
  338. Lindquist, E. F.
  339. McCall, William A.
  340. Research Methods: Overview
  341. Research Methods: Qualitative and Ethnographic
  342. Research Methods: School and Program Evaluation
  343. Research Methods: Verbal Protocols
  344. Rice, Joseph Mayer
  345. Taxonomies of Educational Objectives
  346. Terman, Lewis
  347. Testing: International Standards of Test Development
  348. Testing: Standardized Tests and Educational Policy
  349. Testing: Standardized Tests and High-Stakes Assessment
  350. Testing: Statewide Testing Programs
  351. Testing: Test Preparation Programs, Impact of
  352. Thorndike, Edward L.
  353. A. TOOLS FOR ASSESSMENT
  354. Assessment Tools: Psychometric and Statistical
  355. Assessment Tools: Technology Based
  356. International Assessments: Overview
  357. B. STANDARDS FOR ASSESSMENT
  358. Science Learning: Standards
  359. Social Promotion
  360. Standards for Student Learning
  361. Standards Movement in American Education
  362. Testing: International Standards of Test Development
  363. Testing: Standardized Tests and Educational Policy
  364. C. ASSESSMENT ORGANIZATIONS
  365. Assessment: National Assessment of Educational Progress
  366. Educational Testing Service
  367. International Assessments: International Association for Educational Assessment
  368. International Assessments: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement
  369. Nongovernmental Organizations and Foundations
  370. Testing: Test Preparation Programs, Impact of
  371. IV. ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
  372. A. TYPES OF SCHOOLS/SCHOOLING
  373. Accelerated Schools
  374. Alternative Schooling
  375. American Overseas Schools
  376. Catholic Schools
  377. Common School Movement
  378. Community Education
  379. Early Childhood Education: Overview
  380. Elementary Education: Current Trends
  381. Elementary Education: History of
  382. Home Schooling
  383. Immigrant Education: United States
  384. Independent Study, Schools
  385. Infant Schools in England
  386. International Baccalaureate Diploma
  387. Magnet Schools
  388. Middle Schools
  389. Migrants, Education of
  390. Mississippi Freedom Schools
  391. Nongraded Schools
  392. Open Classroom Schools
  393. Outdoor and Environmental Education
  394. Private Schooling
  395. Professional Development Schools
  396. Progressive Education
  397. Protestant School Systems
  398. Rural Education: Overview
  399. Secondary Education: Current Trends
  400. Secondary Education: History of
  401. Summer School
  402. Urban Education
  403. B. SCHOOL SERVICES AND POLICIES
  404. Abington School District v. Schempp (1963) Appendix III
  405. Brown v. Board of Education (1954 and 1955) Appendix III
  406. Commencement
  407. Compulsory School Attendance
  408. Engel v. Vitale (1962) Appendix III
  409. Full-Service Schools
  410. Guidance and Counseling, School
  411. Head Start: Overview of Programs and Legislation (1999) Appendix III
  412. Health Services: School
  413. Parental Involvement in Education
  414. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Appendix III
  415. Psychologist, School
  416. Records and Reports, School
  417. Recreation Programs in the Schools
  418. School Libraries
  419. School-Linked Services: Outcomes
  420. School-Linked Services: Types of Services and Organizational Forms
  421. Special Education: International Context
  422. Sports, School: Overview
  423. Sports, School: Role in Student's Social and Emotional Development
  424. Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education (1971) Appendix III
  425. Textbooks: Overview
  426. Tinker et al. v. Des Moines Independent Community School District et al. (1969) Appendix III
  427. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 Appendix III
  428. C. INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS
  429. Class Size and Student Learning
  430. Classroom Management
  431. Classroom Observation
  432. Classroom Questions
  433. Discourse: Classroom Discourse
  434. Discourse: Cognitive Perspective
  435. Grading Systems: School
  436. Group Processes in the Classroom
  437. Homework
  438. Individualized Instruction
  439. Instructional Design: Anchored Instruction
  440. Instructional Design: Case-Based Reasoning
  441. Instructional Design: Direct Instruction
  442. Instructional Design: Learning through Design
  443. Instructional Design: Overview
  444. Instructional Design: Pedagogical Agents and Tutors
  445. Instructional Design: Problem-Based Learning
  446. Instructional Objectives
  447. Instructional Strategies
  448. Language and Education
  449. Microteaching
  450. Motivation: Instruction
  451. Open Classroom Schools
  452. Scheduling
  453. Technology in Education: School
  454. Textbooks: Overview
  455. Textbooks: School Textbooks in the United States
  456. V. POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION Federal Schools and Colleges
  457. Harvard University
  458. Higher Education in Context
  459. Higher Education in the United States: Historical Development
  460. Higher Education, International Issues
  461. International Students: The Global Commerce of Higher Education
  462. Johns Hopkins University
  463. Military Academies: U.S. Air Force Academy
  464. Military Academies: U.S. Coast Guard Academy
  465. Military Academies: U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
  466. Military Academies: U.S. Military Academy
  467. Military Academies: U.S. Naval Academy
  468. Military Professional Education System
  469. St. John's College
  470. Student Loans in an International Context
  471. University of Chicago
  472. University of Virginia
  473. U.S. War Colleges
  474. Yale University
  475. A. FACULTY
  476. Academic Disciplines
  477. Academic Freedom and Tenure
  478. Academic Labor Markets
  479. American Association of University Professors
  480. Centers for Teaching Improvement in Colleges and Universities
  481. College Teaching
  482. Faculty as Entrepreneurs
  483. Faculty Consulting
  484. Faculty Diversity
  485. Faculty Members, Part Time
  486. Faculty Performance of Research and Scholarship
  487. Faculty Research and Scholarship, Assessment of
  488. Faculty Roles and Responsibilities
  489. Faculty Service Role, The
  490. Faculty Teaching, Assessment of
  491. Future Faculty Preparation Programs
  492. Grading Systems: Higher Education
  493. Graduate School Training
  494. Teaching and Learning: Higher Education
  495. University-Industrial Research Collaboration
  496. B. RESEARCH
  497. Bowen, Howard
  498. Ethics: Higher Education
  499. Faculty as Entrepreneurs
  500. Faculty Performance of Research and Scholarship
  501. Federal Funding for Academic Research
  502. Human Subjects, Protection of
  503. Intellectual Property Rights
  504. Postdoctoral Education
  505. Research Grants and Indirect Costs
  506. Research Misconduct
  507. Research Universities
  508. Teaching and Research, The Relationship between
  509. Technology Transfer
  510. University-Industrial Research Collaboration
  511. C. STUDENTS
  512. 1. College Search and Selection
  513. College Admissions
  514. College Admissions Tests
  515. College Entrance Examination Board, The
  516. College Financial Aid
  517. College Recruitment Practices
  518. College Search and Selection
  519. Enrollment Management in Higher Education
  520. National Merit Scholarships
  521. 2. Types of Students
  522. Commuter Students International Students: U.S. Colleges and Universities
  523. Nontraditional Students in Higher Education
  524. Race, Ethnicity, and Culture: Racial and Ethnic Minority Students in Higher Education
  525. 3. Student Affairs
  526. Adjustment to College
  527. College and University Residence Halls
  528. College Extracurricular Activities
  529. College Student Retention
  530. Drug and Alcohol Abuse: College
  531. Living and Learning Center Residence Halls
  532. Residential Colleges
  533. Student Orientation Programs
  534. Student Services: Colleges and Universities
  535. Student Services: Community Colleges
  536. 4. Student Organizations
  537. Honor Societies: Alpha Chi
  538. Honor Societies: Alpha Mu Gamma
  539. Honor Societies: Alpha Omega Alpha
  540. Honor Societies: Association for Women in Communications
  541. Honor Societies: Association of College
  542. Honor Societies
  543. Honor Societies: Beta Phi Mu
  544. Honor Societies: Delta Kappa Gamma Society
  545. Honor Societies: Delta Sigma Rho–Tau Kappa Alpha
  546. Honor Societies: Kappa Delta Pi
  547. Honor Societies: Kappa Omicron Nu
  548. Honor Societies: Lambda Iota Tau
  549. Honor Societies: Phi Beta Kappa
  550. Honor Societies: Phi Delta Kappa International
  551. Honor Societies: Pi Kappa Lambda
  552. Honor Societies: Pi Sigma Alpha
  553. Honor Societies: Rho Chi
  554. Honor Societies: Sigma Xi
  555. Honor Societies: Tau Beta Pi
  556. Honors Programs in Higher Education
  557. Social Fraternities and Sororities
  558. 5. Student Services
  559. Career Counseling in Higher Education
  560. College Students with Disabilities: Accommodating
  561. College Students with Disabilities: Special Learning Needs
  562. Health Services: Colleges and Universities
  563. Personal and Psychological Counseling at Colleges and Universities
  564. Personal and Psychological Problems of College Students
  565. Student Services: Colleges and Universities
  566. Student Services: Community Colleges
  567. 6. Academic Performance
  568. Grading Systems: Higher Education
  569. Honor Societies: Alpha Chi
  570. Honor Societies: Phi Beta Kappa
  571. Honor Societies: Sigma Xi
  572. Honor Societies: Tau Beta Pi
  573. Tutoring: Higher Education
  574. 7. Affective Development
  575. College and Its Effect on Students
  576. D. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
  577. Boyer, Ernest
  578. Butler, Nicholas M.
  579. Harper, William Rainey
  580. Palmer, Alice Freeman
  581. 1. Governance and Decision-Making
  582. Board of Trustees, College and University
  583. Colleges and Universities, Organizational Structure of
  584. Faculty Senates, College and University
  585. Governance and Decision-Making in Colleges and Universities
  586. 2. Administrative Officers of Colleges and Universities
  587. Academic Dean, The
  588. Chief Academic Affairs Officers, College and University
  589. Department Chairperson, The
  590. Presidency, College and University
  591. 3. Functional Areas
  592. Accounting Systems in Higher Education
  593. Enrollment Management in Higher Education
  594. Institutional Advancement in Higher Education
  595. Institutional Research in Higher Education
  596. University Presses
  597. 4. Administrative Issues
  598. Affirmative Action Compliance in Higher Education
  599. Risk Management in Higher Education
  600. Strategic and Long-Range Planning in Higher Education
  601. Technology in Education: Higher Education
  602. E. ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS
  603. American Association for Higher Education
  604. American Association of Community Colleges
  605. American Association of State Colleges and Universities
  606. American Association of University Professors
  607. American Council on Education
  608. Association of American Colleges and Universities
  609. Association of American Universities
  610. Honor Societies: Alpha Chi
  611. Honor Societies: Alpha Mu Gamma
  612. Honor Societies: Alpha Omega Alpha
  613. Honor Societies: Association for Women in Communications
  614. Honor Societies: Association of College Honor Societies
  615. Honor Societies: Beta Phi Mu
  616. Honor Societies: Delta Kappa Gamma Society
  617. Honor Societies: Delta Sigma Rho–Tau Kappa Alpha
  618. Honor Societies: Kappa Delta Pi
  619. Honor Societies: Kappa Omicron Nu
  620. Honor Societies: Lambda Iota Tau
  621. Honor Societies: Phi Beta Kappa
  622. Honor Societies: Phi Delta Kappa International
  623. Honor Societies: Pi Kappa Lambda
  624. Honor Societies: Pi Sigma Alpha
  625. Honor Societies: Rho Chi
  626. Honor Societies: Sigma Xi
  627. Honor Societies: Tau Beta Pi
  628. Honors Programs in Higher Education
  629. International Reading Association
  630. National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities
  631. National Association of Independent Schools
  632. National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges
  633. F. CURRICULUM
  634. Academic Calendars
  635. Academic Major, The
  636. African-American Studies
  637. Capstone Courses in Higher Education
  638. College Seminars for First-Year Students
  639. Curriculum, Higher Education: Innovations in the Undergraduate Curriculum
  640. Curriculum, Higher Education: National Reports on the Undergraduate Curriculum
  641. Curriculum, Higher Education: Traditional and Contemporary Perspectives
  642. Curriculum, International
  643. Gay and Lesbian Studies
  644. General Education in Higher Education
  645. Honors Programs in Higher Education
  646. Interdisciplinary Courses and Majors in Higher Education
  647. Internships in Higher Education
  648. Islam
  649. Learning Communities and the Undergraduate Curriculum
  650. Life Experience for College Credit
  651. Lifelong Learning
  652. Multiculturalism in Higher Education
  653. Service Learning: Higher Education
  654. Study Abroad
  655. Women's Studies
  656. G. ATHLETICS
  657. College Athletics: Academic Support Systems for Athletes
  658. College Athletics: Athletic Scholarships
  659. College Athletics: College Students as Athletes
  660. College Athletics: History of Athletics in U.S. Colleges and Universities
  661. College Athletics: Intramural Athletics in U.S. Colleges and Universities
  662. College Athletics: NCAA Rules and Regulations
  663. College Athletics: The National Collegiate Athletic Association
  664. College Athletics: The Role and Scope of Intercollegiate Athletics in U.S. Colleges and Universities
  665. Title IX: Intercollegiate Athletics
  666. H. COMMUNITY COLLEGES
  667. American Association of Community Colleges
  668. Community Colleges
  669. Koos, Leonard
  670. Student Services: Community Colleges
  671. I. SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND TYPES OF INSTITUTIONS
  672. Accreditation in an International Context, Higher Education
  673. Accreditation in the United States: Higher Education
  674. Carnegie Classification System, The
  675. College Rankings
  676. Colleges and Universities with Religious Affiliations
  677. Consortia in Higher Education
  678. Corporate Colleges
  679. Higher Education in Context
  680. Higher Education in the United States: System
  681. Hispanic-Serving Colleges and Universities
  682. Historically Black Colleges and Universities
  683. Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
  684. Liberal Arts Colleges Research Universities
  685. Single-Sex Institutions
  686. Tribal Colleges and Universities
  687. J. DISTANCE LEARNING AND POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
  688. Distance Learning in Higher Education
  689. Globalization of Education
  690. International Trade in Education Programs, Goods, and Services
  691. Student Loans in an International Context
  692. K. GRADUATE EDUCATION
  693. Business Education: College and Graduate Study
  694. Dentistry Education
  695. Divinity Studies
  696. Doctoral Degree, The
  697. Engineering Education
  698. Flexner, Abraham
  699. Graduate Record Examination
  700. Graduate School Training
  701. Graduate Study in Education
  702. Law Education
  703. Law School Admission Test
  704. Master's Degree, The
  705. Medical College Admission Test
  706. Medical Education
  707. Nursing Education
  708. Postdoctoral Education
  709. VI. HISTORY OF EDUCATION
  710. A. COLONIAL PERIOD
  711. Harvard University
  712. Land Ordinance of 1785 Appendix III
  713. Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Appendix III
  714. Textbooks: School Textbooks in the United States
  715. B. COMMON SCHOOL PERIOD
  716. Common School Movement
  717. Mann, Horace
  718. Morrill Land-Grant Act of 1862 Appendix III
  719. Second Morrill Act of 1890 Appendix III
  720. Stuart et al. v. School District No. 1 of the
  721. Village of Kalamazoo et al. (1874) Appendix III
  722. Webster, Noah
  723. C. LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY
  724. Hall, G. Stanley
  725. McMurry, Charles
  726. D. PROGRESSIVE ERA
  727. Bode, Boyd H.
  728. Childs, John L.
  729. Clapp, Elsie Ripley
  730. Counts, George S.
  731. Dalton School
  732. Gary Schools
  733. Johnson, Marietta Pierce
  734. Kilpatrick, William H.
  735. Lincoln School
  736. My Pedagogic Creed by John Dewey (1897) Appendix III
  737. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Appendix III
  738. Progressive Education
  739. Rugg, Harold
  740. E. GENERAL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
  741. Alberty, H. B.
  742. Benjamin, H. R. W.
  743. Bestor, A. E., Jr.
  744. Bobbitt, Franklin
  745. Broudy, Harry S.
  746. Curriculum, Higher Education: Traditional and Contemporary Perspectives
  747. Curriculum, International
  748. Curriculum, School: Overview
  749. Kandel, Isaac L.
  750. Macdonald, James
  751. Miel, Alice
  752. Taba, Hilda
  753. Teacher Education: Historical Overview
  754. Vocational and Technical Education: History of
  755. Vocational and Technical Education: International Context
  756. Vocational School Fallacy
  757. F. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
  758. Blow, Susan
  759. Early Childhood Education: International Context
  760. Early Childhood Education: Overview
  761. Froebel, Friedrich
  762. Montessori, Maria
  763. Putnam, Alice
  764. G. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
  765. Barkan, Manuel
  766. De Lima, Agnes
  767. Elementary Education: History of
  768. Hopkins, L. Thomas
  769. Infant Schools in England
  770. Lowenfeld, Viktor
  771. Washburne, Carleton
  772. Zirbes, Laura
  773. H. SECONDARY EDUCATION
  774. Carnegie Units
  775. Eight-Year Study
  776. Fawcett, Harold P.
  777. Hanna, Paul
  778. LaBrant, Lou L.
  779. Morrison, Henry C.
  780. Prosser, Charles
  781. Secondary Education: History of
  782. Secondary Education: International Issues
  783. Smith, David Eugene
  784. Snedden, David
  785. Zacharias, Jerrold
  786. I. HIGHER EDUCATION
  787. Conant, J. B.
  788. Harvard University
  789. Higher Education in the United States: Historical Development
  790. Historically Black Colleges and Universities
  791. Johns Hopkins University
  792. St. John's College
  793. University of Chicago
  794. University of Virginia
  795. Yale University
  796. VII. PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION Aristotle
  797. Augustine, St.
  798. Bagley, William C.
  799. Comenius, Johann
  800. Dewey, John
  801. Educational Change
  802. Government and Education, The Changing Role of
  803. Islam
  804. James, William
  805. Misconduct in Education
  806. Philosophy of Education: Current Trends
  807. Plato
  808. Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
  809. Vocational and Technical Education: International Context
  810. Vocational School Fallacy
  811. Whitehead, Alfred North
  812. VIII. EDUCATIONAL POLICY AND GOVERNANCE
  813. Conant, J. B.
  814. Decentralization and Education
  815. Educational Policy
  816. Efficiency in Education
  817. Intergovernmental Relations in Education
  818. Public Education, Criticism of
  819. Tyler, Ralph W.
  820. Young, Ella Flagg
  821. A. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
  822. Compensatory Education: United States
  823. Constitutional Requirements Governing American Education
  824. Constitution of the United States (1787) Appendix III
  825. Educational Resources Information Center
  826. Federal Educational Activities: History
  827. Federal Educational Activities: Summary by Agency
  828. Federal Interagency Committee on Education
  829. Federal Schools and Colleges
  830. G.I. Bill of Rights
  831. Impact Aid, Public Laws 815 and 874
  832. Military Training Doctrine, Philosophy and Practice
  833. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Appendix III
  834. People with Disabilities, Federal Programs to Assist
  835. School Food Programs
  836. Title IX: School Sports
  837. Upward Bound
  838. U.S. Department of Education: International Role
  839. U.S. Department of Education: Overview
  840. White House Fellows
  841. B. STATE GOVERNMENT
  842. State Constitutions and Public Education Governance (2000) Appendix III
  843. State Departments of Education: Role and Function
  844. State Departments of Education: Vocational Education
  845. State Educational Systems
  846. States and Education: Legal Basis of State Relations to Nonpublic Schools
  847. States and Education: State Administrative Services in Education
  848. States and Education: State Boards of Education
  849. States and Education: State Governments in Higher Education
  850. U.S. Department of Education: Overview
  851. C. LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  852. Liability of School Districts and School Personnel for Negligence
  853. School Board Relations: Control of the Schools
  854. School Board Relations: Relation of School Board to the Community
  855. School Board Relations: Relation of School Board to the Superintendent
  856. School Boards: Duties, Responsibilities, Decision-Making, and Legal Basis for Local School Board Powers
  857. School Boards: Selection and Education of Members
  858. School Facilities: Maintenance and Modernization of
  859. Superintendent of Large-City School Systems
  860. Superintendent of Schools
  861. Transportation and School Busing
  862. D. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  863. Economic Benefits of Education Investment, Measurement
  864. Education Development Projects
  865. Social Capital and Education
  866. Social Cohesion and Education
  867. Vocational and Technical Education: International Context
  868. Vocational School Fallacy
  869. E. FINANCING
  870. Cost Effectiveness in Education
  871. Decision-Making in Schools, Applying Economic Analysis to
  872. Educational Broadcasting, Federal Support
  873. Educational Expenditures, Projecting
  874. Financial Support of Schools: History
  875. Financial Support of Schools: State Support
  876. Student Activities: Financing
  877. 1. Elementary and Secondary Education
  878. Financial Support of Schools: Capital Outlay in Local School Systems
  879. Public School Budgeting, Accounting, and Auditing
  880. San Antonio Independent School District et al. v. Rodriguez et al. (1973) Appendix III
  881. Stuart et al. v. School District No. 1 of the Village of Kalamazoo et al. (1874) Appendix III
  882. 2. Postsecondary Education
  883. Federal Funds for Higher Education Finance, Higher Education: Community and Junior Colleges
  884. Finance, Higher Education: Overview
  885. Resource Allocation in Higher Education
  886. Student Loans in an International Context
  887. F. EDUCATION REFORM
  888. A Nation at Risk (abbreviated)(1983) Appendix III
  889. Accelerated Schools
  890. Coalition of Essential Schools' Common Principles
  891. Coleman, James S.
  892. Educational Accountability
  893. Educational Change
  894. Education Reform: Overview
  895. Education Reform: Reports of Historical Significance
  896. Experiential Education
  897. Government and Education, The Changing Role of
  898. Joint Statement on the Education Summit with the Nation's Governors in Charlottesville, Virginia (1989) Appendix III
  899. Looping
  900. Outcome Based Education
  901. National Education Goals Panel: Goals 2000 Appendix III
  902. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Appendix III
  903. Paideia Program
  904. School-Based Decision-Making
  905. School Reform
  906. Science Learning: Standards
  907. Standards for Student Learning
  908. Standards Movement in American Education
  909. Student Loans in an International Context
  910. Success for All Programs
  911. Vocational and Technical Education:
  912. International Context
  913. Vocational School Fallacy
  914. Year-Round Education
  915. G. PRIVATIZATION
  916. Beacon Education Management, Inc.
  917. Business Involvement in Education
  918. Catholic Schools
  919. Modern Red Schoolhouse
  920. New American Schools
  921. Private Schooling
  922. Protestant School Systems
  923. Student Loans in an International Context
  924. H. EDUCATION ECONOMICS
  925. Economic Benefits of Education Investment, Measurement
  926. Education Development Projects
  927. International Gap in Technology, The
  928. International Issues of Social Mobility of Underprivileged Groups
  929. International Trade in Education Programs,
  930. Goods, and Services
  931. Misconduct in Education
  932. Social Capital and Education
  933. Social Cohesion and Education
  934. Student Loans in an International Context
  935. Vocational and Technical Education: International Contextf
  936. Vocational School Fallacy
  937. I. STATISTICS
  938. International Education Statistics: Overview
  939. International Education Statistics: The Use of Indicators to Evaluate the Condition of Education Systems
  940. National Center for Education Statistics
  941. Youth Demographic Trends
  942. J. EDUCATIONAL LAWS AND TREATIES
  943. Abington School District v. Schempp (1963) Appendix III
  944. Brown v. Board of Education (1954 and 1955) Appendix III
  945. Charter of the United Nations, Article 1 (1945) Appendix III
  946. Constitutional Requirements Governing American Education
  947. Constitution of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (1945) Appendix III
  948. Constitution of the United States (1787) Appendix III
  949. Convention against Discrimination in Education (1960) Appendix III
  950. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) Appendix III
  951. Council of Europe Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities(1995) Appendix III
  952. Declaration of the Rights of the Child (1959) Appendix III
  953. Declaration on Race and Racial Prejudice (1978) Appendix III
  954. Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities (1992) Appendix III
  955. Document of the Copenhagen Meeting on the Human Dimension of the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe(1990) Appendix III
  956. Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 Appendix III
  957. Education of the Handicapped Act Amendments of 1990 Appendix III
  958. Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 Appendix III
  959. Engel v. Vitale (1962) Appendix III
  960. European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages (1992) Appendix III
  961. European Convention on Human Rights and Its Five Protocols (1950) Appendix III
  962. Green et al. v. County School Board of New Kent County et al. (1968) Appendix III
  963. Head Start: Overview of Programs and Legislation (1999) Appendix III
  964. Impact Aid, Public Laws 815 and 874
  965. International Development Agencies and Education: Bilateral Agencies
  966. International Development Agencies and Education: Regional Institutions
  967. International Development Agencies and Education: United Nations and International Agencies
  968. International Education Agreements
  969. Land Ordinance of 1785 Appendix III
  970. Lau et al. v. Nichols et al. (1974) Appendix III
  971. Mills v. Board of Education of the District of Columbia (1972) Appendix III
  972. Misconduct in Education
  973. Morrill Land-Grant Act of 1862 Appendix III
  974. National Education Goals Panel: Goals 2000 Appendix III
  975. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Appendix III
  976. Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Appendix III
  977. Pennsylvania Association of Retarded Children v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania(1971) Appendix III
  978. Pierce v. Society of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (1925) Appendix III
  979. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Appendix III
  980. San Antonio Independent School District et al. v. Rodriguez et al. (1973) Appendix III
  981. Second Morrill Act of 1890 Appendix III
  982. Segregation, Legal Aspects
  983. Stuart et al. v. School District No. 1 of the Village of Kalamazoo et al. (1874) Appendix III
  984. Supreme Court of the United States and Education, The
  985. Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education (1971) Appendix III
  986. Tinker et al. v. Des Moines Independent Community School District et al. (1969) Appendix III
  987. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 Appendix III
  988. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) Appendix III
  989. University of California Regents v. Bakke (1978) Appendix III
  990. U.S. Department of Education: International Role
  991. Wisconsin v. Yoder (1972) Appendix III
  992. World Declaration on Education for All (1990) Appendix III
  993. K. PROFESSIONAL AND POLICY ORGANIZATIONS AND PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATIONS
  994. Brookings Institution
  995. Education Commission of the States
  996. Institute of International Education
  997. Journalism Education Association
  998. Modern Language Association of America
  999. National Academy of Sciences
  1000. National Archives and Records Administration
  1001. National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
  1002. National Center for Education Statistics
  1003. National Conference of State Legislatures
  1004. National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
  1005. National Council for the Social Studies
  1006. National Council of Teachers of English
  1007. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  1008. National Endowment for the Arts
  1009. National Endowment for the Humanities
  1010. National Governors Association
  1011. National Merit Scholarships
  1012. National School Boards Association
  1013. National Science Foundation
  1014. NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science
  1015. Regional Laboratories and Research and Development Centers
  1016. Sea Grant Program
  1017. Smithsonian Institution, Education Programs
  1018. University Council for Educational Administration
  1019. Urban Institute
  1020. L. ASSOCIATIONS AND INTEREST GROUPS
  1021. AACSB International
  1022. Accreditation in the United States: School
  1023. Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology
  1024. American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  1025. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
  1026. American Association for the Advancement of Science
  1027. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
  1028. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
  1029. American Association of Physics Teachers
  1030. American Association of School Administrators
  1031. American Association of University Women
  1032. American Council of Learned Societies
  1033. Council for Basic Education
  1034. Council for Exceptional Children
  1035. Educational Interest Groups
  1036. International Society for Performance Improvement
  1037. National Art Education Association
  1038. National Association for the Education of Young Children
  1039. National Association of Biology Teachers
  1040. National Association of Elementary School Principals
  1041. National Association of Schools of Art and Design
  1042. National Association of Secondary School Principals
  1043. National Association of State Boards of Education
  1044. National Business Education Association
  1045. National Catholic Educational Association
  1046. National Committee for Children and Youth
  1047. National Communication Association
  1048. National Honor Society
  1049. National PTA
  1050. National School Public Relations Association
  1051. National Science Teachers Association
  1052. Nongovernmental Organizations and Foundations
  1053. Youth Organizations: American Field Service
  1054. Youth Organizations: Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
  1055. Youth Organizations: B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
  1056. Youth Organizations: Boys and Girls Clubs of America
  1057. Youth Organizations: Boys and Girls States
  1058. Youth Organizations: Boy Scouts of America
  1059. Youth Organizations: Camp Fire USA
  1060. Youth Organizations: Distributive Education
  1061. Clubs of America
  1062. Youth Organizations: Four-H Programs
  1063. Youth Organizations: Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda
  1064. Youth Organizations: Future Scientists and
  1065. Engineers of America
  1066. Youth Organizations: Girl Scouts of the USA
  1067. Youth Organizations: Hostelling International–American Youth Hostels
  1068. Youth Organizations: National Forensic League
  1069. Youth Organizations: National Future Farmers of America Organization
  1070. Youth Organizations: Quill and Scroll
  1071. Youth Organizations: SkillsUSA–VICA
  1072. Youth Organizations: Young Men's Christian Association
  1073. Youth Organizations: Young Men's Hebrew Association and Young Women's Hebrew Association
  1074. Youth Organizations: Young Women's Christian Association
  1075. M. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
  1076. Charter of the United Nations, Article 1 (1945) Appendix III
  1077. Constitution of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (1945) Appendix III
  1078. International Development Agencies and Education: Bilateral Agencies
  1079. International Development Agencies and Education: Regional Institutions
  1080. International Development Agencies and Education: United Nations and International Agencies
  1081. Nongovernmental Organizations and Foundations
  1082. N. TEACHER UNIONS
  1083. American Federation of Teachers
  1084. Haley, Margaret
  1085. International Teachers Associations
  1086. National Education Association
  1087. Shanker, Albert
  1088. Teacher Unions: Influence on Instruction and Other Educational Practices
  1089. Teacher Unions: Overview
  1090. O. FACILITIES
  1091. School Facilities: Maintenance and Modernization of
  1092. School Facilities: Overview
  1093. School Libraries
  1094. IX. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
  1095. Decision-Making in Developing Nations, Applying Economic Analysis to
  1096. A. COMPARATIVE EDUCATION
  1097. Convention against Discrimination in Education (1960) Appendix III
  1098. Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) Appendix III
  1099. Council of Europe Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities(1995) Appendix III
  1100. Curriculum, International
  1101. Declaration of the Rights of the Child (1959) Appendix III
  1102. Declaration on Race and Racial Prejudice (1978) Appendix III
  1103. Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities (1992) Appendix III
  1104. Document of the Copenhagen Meeting on the Human Dimension of the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe(1990) Appendix III
  1105. Early Childhood Education: International Context
  1106. Economic Benefits of Education Investment, Measurement
  1107. Educational Change
  1108. Education Development Projects
  1109. European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages (1992) Appendix III
  1110. European Convention on Human Rights and Its Five Protocols (1950) Appendix III
  1111. Gender Issues, International
  1112. Globalization of Education
  1113. Government and Education, The Changing Role of
  1114. Health and Education
  1115. Higher Education, International Issues
  1116. Immigrant Education: International
  1117. International Aspects of Education Commerce
  1118. International Assessments: IEA and OECD Studies of Reading Literacy
  1119. International Assessments: IEA Study of Technology in the Classroom
  1120. International Assessments: IEA Third International Mathematics and Science Study
  1121. International Assessments: International Association for Educational Assessment
  1122. International Assessments: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement
  1123. International Assessments: Political Democracy and the IEA Study of Civic Education
  1124. International Development Agencies and Education: Bilateral Agencies
  1125. International Development Agencies and Education: Regional Institutions
  1126. International Development Agencies and Education: United Nations and International Agencies
  1127. International Education
  1128. International Education Agreements
  1129. International Education Statistics: Overview
  1130. International Education Statistics: The Use of Indicators to Evaluate the Condition of Education Systems
  1131. International Gap in Technology, The
  1132. International Issues of Social Mobility of Underprivileged Groups
  1133. International Students: The Global Commerce of Higher Education
  1134. International Teachers Associations
  1135. International Trade in Education Programs, Goods, and Services
  1136. Islam
  1137. Misconduct in Education
  1138. Nongovernmental Organizations and Foundations
  1139. Population and Education
  1140. Rural Education: International Context Secondary Education: International Issues
  1141. Social Capital and Education
  1142. Social Cohesion and Education
  1143. Special Education: International Context
  1144. Student Loans in an International Context
  1145. Teacher Preparation, International Perspective
  1146. Teaching and Learning: International Perspective
  1147. Testing: International Standards of Test Development
  1148. Testing: Standardized Tests and Educational Policy
  1149. Textbooks: Overview
  1150. Tutoring: International Trends
  1151. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) Appendix III
  1152. U.S. Department of Education: International Role
  1153. Vocational and Technical Education: International Context
  1154. Vocational School Fallacy
  1155. World Declaration on Education for All (1990) Appendix III
  1156. B. DEVELOPMENT
  1157. Education Development Projects
  1158. Gender Issues, International
  1159. Health and Education
  1160. Higher Education, International Issues
  1161. Immigrant Education: International
  1162. International Aspects of Education Commerce
  1163. International Development Agencies and Education: Bilateral Agencies
  1164. International Development Agencies and Education: Regional Institutions
  1165. International Development Agencies and Education: United Nations and International Agencies
  1166. International Education
  1167. International Education Agreements
  1168. International Education Statistics: Overview
  1169. International Education Statistics: The Use of Indicators to Evaluate the Condition of Education Systems
  1170. International Gap in Technology, The
  1171. International Issues of Social Mobility of Underprivileged Groups
  1172. International Students: The Global Commerce of Higher Education
  1173. International Teachers Associations
  1174. International Trade in Education Programs, Goods, and Services
  1175. Islam
  1176. Language and Education
  1177. Misconduct in Education
  1178. Nongovernmental Organizations and Foundations
  1179. Population and Education
  1180. Rural Education: International Context
  1181. Secondary Education: International Issues
  1182. Social Capital and Education
  1183. Social Cohesion and Education
  1184. Textbooks: Overview
  1185. Tutoring: International Trends
  1186. Vocational and Technical Education: International Context
  1187. Vocational School Fallacy
  1188. C. GLOBAL REGIONS
  1189. Canada
  1190. Compensatory Education: Policies and Programs in Latin America
  1191. East Asia and the Pacific
  1192. Eastern Europe and Central Asia
  1193. Islam
  1194. Language and Education
  1195. Latin America and the Caribbean
  1196. Middle East and North Africa
  1197. South Asia
  1198. Sub-Saharan Africa
  1199. Western Europe
  1200. X. SOCIAL CONTEXT OF EDUCATION
  1201. Benne, Kenneth D.
  1202. Brameld, Theodore
  1203. Curti, Merle
  1204. Goodman, Paul
  1205. School Climate
  1206. Schwab, Joseph
  1207. Social Organization of Schools
  1208. A. MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION
  1209. African-American Studies
  1210. Bilingualism, Second Language Learning, and English as a Second Language
  1211. Bond, Horace Mann
  1212. Brown v. Board of Education (1954 and 1955) Appendix III
  1213. Clark, Septima Poinsette
  1214. Collier, John, Jr.
  1215. Du Bois, W. E. B.
  1216. Gay and Lesbian Studies
  1217. Green et al. v. County School Board of New Kent County et al. (1968) Appendix III
  1218. Individual Differences: Ethnicity
  1219. Jeanes Teachers
  1220. Language and Education
  1221. Language Minority Students: Impact on Education
  1222. Language Minority Students: Scope
  1223. Lau et al. v. Nichols et al. (1974) Appendix III
  1224. Literacy and Culture
  1225. Mays, Benjamin
  1226. Multiculturalism in Higher Education
  1227. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Appendix III
  1228. Race, Ethnicity, and Culture: Cultural Expectations and Student Learning
  1229. Race, Ethnicity, and Culture: Latino Growth
  1230. Race, Ethnicity, and Culture: Racial and Ethnic Minority Students in Higher Education
  1231. Sanchez, George I.
  1232. Service Learning: Higher Education
  1233. Service Learning: Schools
  1234. Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education (1971) Appendix III
  1235. Taba, Hilda
  1236. Washington, Booker T.
  1237. Women's Studies
  1238. Woodson, Carter Godwin
  1239. B. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
  1240. Affirmative Action Compliance in Higher Education
  1241. Gender Issues, International
  1242. Immigrant Education: International
  1243. Multicultural Education
  1244. Supreme Court of the United States and Education, The
  1245. University of California Regents v. Bakke (1978) Appendix III
  1246. C. GENDER
  1247. Gender Issues, International
  1248. Faculty Diversity
  1249. Individual Differences: Gender Equity and Schooling
  1250. Single-Sex Institutions
  1251. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 Appendix III
  1252. Women's Studies
  1253. D. EDUCATION AND RELIGION
  1254. Abington School District v. Schempp (1963) Appendix III
  1255. Catholic Schools
  1256. Colleges and Universities with Religious Affiliations
  1257. Engel v. Vitale (1962) Appendix III
  1258. Higher Education in Context
  1259. Islam
  1260. Jewish Education, United States
  1261. Private Schooling
  1262. Protestant School Systems
  1263. Wisconsin v. Yoder (1972) Appendix III
  1264. XI. OUT-OF-SCHOOL INFLUENCES ON ACADEMIC SUCCESS
  1265. Out-of-School Influences and Academic Success
  1266. A. DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS
  1267. Population and Education
  1268. Rural Education: International Context
  1269. Youth Demographic Trends
  1270. B. RACE, ETHNICITY, AND CULTURE
  1271. Gender Issues, International
  1272. Individual Differences: Ethnicity
  1273. Islam Language and Education
  1274. Language Minority Students: Impact on Education
  1275. Language Minority Students: Scope
  1276. Lau et al. v. Nichols et al. (1974) Appendix III
  1277. Literacy and Culture
  1278. Multicultural Education
  1279. Multiculturalism in Higher Education
  1280. Race, Ethnicity, and Culture: Cultural Expectations and Student Learning
  1281. Race, Ethnicity, and Culture: Latino Growth
  1282. Race, Ethnicity, and Culture: Racial and Ethnic Minority Students in Higher Education
  1283. Rural Education: International Context
  1284. C. FAMILY CIRCUMSTANCE AND INFLUENCE
  1285. Adolescent Peer Culture: Parents' Role
  1286. Child Care: Availability and Quality
  1287. Child Care: Cost and Financing
  1288. Family Composition and Circumstance: Adoption
  1289. Family Composition and Circumstance: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
  1290. Family Composition and Circumstance: Foster Care
  1291. Family Composition and Circumstance: Overview
  1292. Family Support Services: Income Support Services for Children and Families
  1293. Family Support Services: Overview
  1294. Immigrant Education: International
  1295. International Assessments: IEA and OECD Studies of Reading Literacy
  1296. International Assessments: IEA Study of Technology in the Classroom
  1297. International Assessments: IEA Third International Mathematics and Science Study
  1298. International Assessments: Political Democracy and the IEA Study of Civic Education
  1299. International Issues of Social Mobility of Underprivileged Groups
  1300. Language and Education
  1301. Latchkey Children
  1302. Nongovernmental Organizations and Foundations
  1303. Parental Involvement in Education
  1304. Parenting: High-Risk Neighborhoods
  1305. Parenting: Influence of Parents' Level of Education
  1306. Parenting: Influence on Child's Educational Aspirations and Attainment
  1307. Parenting: Overview
  1308. Population and Education
  1309. Poverty and Education: Children and Adolescents
  1310. Poverty and Education: Overview
  1311. Rural Education: International Context
  1312. School Readiness
  1313. Special Education: International Context
  1314. Student Mobility
  1315. Tutoring: International Trends
  1316. Violence, Children's Exposure to: Domestic Violence
  1317. Violence, Children's Exposure to: General Effects
  1318. Welfare Reform: Effects on Families and Children
  1319. Welfare Reform: Moving Mothers from Welfare to Work
  1320. D. COMMUNITY INFLUENCE
  1321. Community-Based Organizations, Agencies, and Groups
  1322. Community Education
  1323. Family, School, and Community Connections
  1324. Neighborhoods
  1325. Violence, Children's Exposure to: Community Violence
  1326. Violence, Children's Exposure to: General Effects
  1327. E. CHILDREN'S HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE
  1328. Dental Health and Children
  1329. Health and Education
  1330. Health Care and Children
  1331. Immunization and Children's Physical Health
  1332. Managed Care and Children
  1333. Mental Health Services and Children
  1334. Nutrition and Children's Physical Health
  1335. Population and Education
  1336. Risk Behaviors: Drug Use Among Teens
  1337. Risk Behaviors: HIV/AIDS and Its Impact on Adolescents
  1338. Risk Behaviors: Sexual Activity among Teens and Teen Pregnancy Trends
  1339. Risk Behaviors: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  1340. Risk Behaviors: Smoking and Its Effect on Children's Health
  1341. Risk Behaviors: Suicide
  1342. Risk Behaviors: Teen Pregnancy
  1343. Sleep and Children's Physical Health
  1344. Special Education: International Context
  1345. F. OUT-OF-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
  1346. Adolescent Peer Culture: Gangs
  1347. Adolescent Peer Culture: Overview
  1348. Adolescent Peer Culture: Parents' Role
  1349. Child Abuse and Neglect
  1350. Child Protective Services: Current System
  1351. Child Protective Services: Historical Overview
  1352. Clubs
  1353. Dropouts, School
  1354. Drug and Alcohol Abuse: School
  1355. Employment: Employers' Perceptions of Employment Readiness
  1356. Employment: General Impact on Students
  1357. Employment: Reasons Students Work
  1358. Health and Education
  1359. Juvenile Justice System: Contemporary Juvenile Justice System and Juvenile Detention Alternatives
  1360. Juvenile Justice System: History of Juvenile Courts
  1361. Juvenile Justice System: Juvenile Crime and Violence
  1362. Language and Education
  1363. Media, Influence on Children
  1364. Museum as an Educational Institution, The
  1365. Population and Education
  1366. Rural Education: International Context
  1367. Testing: Test Preparation Programs, Impact of
  1368. Tutoring: International Trends
  1369. Tutoring: School
  1370. Violence, Children's Exposure to: Community Violence
  1371. Violence, Children's Exposure to: Domestic Violence
  1372. Violence, Children's Exposure to: General Effects
  1373. Volunteer Work
  1374. Youth Development Programs
  1375. G. INCOME AND ECONOMIC CHANGE
  1376. Compensatory Education: Policies and Programs in Latin America
  1377. Family Support Services: Income Support Services for Children and Families
  1378. Globalization of Education
  1379. Head Start: Overview of Programs and Legislation (1999) Appendix III
  1380. International Assessments: IEA Study of Technology in the Classroom
  1381. International Gap in Technology, The
  1382. Population and Education
  1383. Poverty and Education
  1384. H. VIOLENCE
  1385. Adolescent Peer Culture: Gangs
  1386. Aggressive Behavior
  1387. Child Abuse and Neglect
  1388. Child Protective Services: Current System
  1389. Child Protective Services: Historical Overview
  1390. Juvenile Justice System: History of Juvenile Courts
  1391. Juvenile Justice System: Juvenile Crime and Violence
  1392. Violence, Children's Exposure to: Community Violence
  1393. Violence, Children's Exposure to: Domestic Violence
  1394. Violence, Children's Exposure to: General Effects
  1395. XII. EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
  1396. Adapted Physical Education
  1397. Assistive Technology
  1398. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  1399. Autism, Education of Individuals with
  1400. College Students with Disabilities: Accommodating
  1401. College Students with Disabilities: Special Learning Needs
  1402. Compensatory Education: Policies and Programs in Latin America
  1403. Compensatory Education: United States
  1404. Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 Appendix III
  1405. Education of the Handicapped Act Amendments of 1990 Appendix III
  1406. Emotionally Disturbed, Education of
  1407. Gifted and Talented, Education of
  1408. Hearing Impairment: School Programs
  1409. Hearing Impairment: Teaching Methods
  1410. Language and Education
  1411. Learning Disabilities, Education of Individuals with
  1412. Mental Retardation, Education of Individuals with
  1413. Mills v. Board of Education of the District of Columbia (1972) Appendix III
  1414. People with Disabilities, Special Programs to Assist
  1415. Pennsylvania Association of Retarded Childrenv. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (1971) Appendix III
  1416. Physical Disabilities, Education of Individuals with
  1417. Reading Disabilities
  1418. Severe and Multiple Disabilities, Education of Individuals with
  1419. Special Education: Current Trends
  1420. Special Education: History of
  1421. Special Education: International Context
  1422. Special Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1423. Speech and Language Impairment, Education of Individuals with
  1424. Visual Impairments, Education of Individuals with
  1425. XIII. TEACHER EDUCATION
  1426. Ethics: School Teaching
  1427. Hunter, Madeline Cheek
  1428. Motivation: Instruction
  1429. National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
  1430. Sheldon, Edward
  1431. Stratemeyer, Florence
  1432. Teacher
  1433. Teacher Employment
  1434. Teacher Evaluation: Methods
  1435. Teacher Evaluation: Overview
  1436. Teacher Learning Communities
  1437. Teaching: Knowledge Bases of
  1438. Teaching: Learning to Teach
  1439. Teaching: Methods for Studying
  1440. Team Teaching
  1441. Waller, Willard W.
  1442. A. ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
  1443. Art Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1444. Business Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1445. Coalition of Essential Schools
  1446. Early Childhood Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1447. Elementary Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1448. English Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1449. Mathematics Education, Teacher Preparation
  1450. Mentoring
  1451. Music Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1452. Physical Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1453. Science Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1454. Secondary Education: International Issues
  1455. Social Studies Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1456. Special Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1457. Teacher Education: Historical Overview
  1458. Vocational and Technical Education: Preparation of Teachers
  1459. B. POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION
  1460. Centers for Teaching Improvement in Colleges and Universities
  1461. College Teaching
  1462. Faculty Roles and Responsibilities
  1463. Faculty Teaching, Assessment of
  1464. Future Faculty Preparation Programs
  1465. Grading Systems: Higher Education
  1466. Teaching and Learning: Higher Education
  1467. C. INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
  1468. Decentralization and Education
  1469. International Students: The Global Commerce of Higher Education
  1470. International Teachers Associations
  1471. Teacher Education: International Perspective
  1472. Teacher Preparation, International Perspective
  1473. Teaching and Learning: International Perspective
  1474. XIV. ADMINISTRATION
  1475. Campbell, Roald F.
  1476. Cubberley, Ellwood
  1477. Decentralization and Education
  1478. Educational Leadership
  1479. Goslin, Willard E.
  1480. Harris, William T.
  1481. Newlon, Jesse
  1482. Principal, School
  1483. Scheduling
  1484. School-Based Decision-Making
  1485. School Board Relations: Relation of School Board to the Superintendent
  1486. Superintendent of Large-City School Systems
  1487. Superintendent of Schools
  1488. Supervision of Instruction
  1489. XV. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
  1490. A. CONTINUING EDUCATION
  1491. Continuing Professional Education: International Corporations
  1492. Continuing Professional Education: United States
  1493. Corporate Colleges
  1494. Distance Learning in Higher Education
  1495. Life Experience for College Credit
  1496. Lifelong Learning
  1497. B. GRADUATE TRAINING
  1498. Business Education: College and Graduate Study
  1499. Dentistry Education
  1500. Divinity Studies
  1501. Graduate Record Examination
  1502. Graduate School Training
  1503. Graduate Study in Education
  1504. Engineering Education
  1505. Higher Education, International Issues
  1506. Law Education
  1507. Law School Admission Test
  1508. Medical College Admission Test
  1509. Medical Education
  1510. Nursing Education
  1511. Student Loans in an International Context
  1512. XVI. EDUCATION AND COMMERCE
  1513. Commerce of Education
  1514. Continuing Professional Education: International Corporations
  1515. Globalization of Education
  1516. International Aspects of Education Commerce
  1517. International Education
  1518. International Gap in Technology, The
  1519. International Students: The Global Commerce of Higher Education
  1520. International Trade in Education Programs, Goods, and Services
  1521. Nongovernmental Organizations and Foundations
  1522. Student Loans in an International Context
  1523. Textbooks: Overview
  1524. Tutoring: International Trends
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