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The Tale of Three Cultures: Identifying Minority Teachers' Culture and Its Influence in the Classroom
Background: Culture plays a large role in the classroom and is mostly spoken of in recognition of diversity amongst students but not often as part of the teacher’s identity. This study closely examined the “lived stories” ...
EXAMINING THE KEY DRIVERS OF SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL TURNAROUND: A CROSS COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THREE SCHOOL LEADERS
Background: Effectively improving the educational outcomes for students attending a persistently low-performing school is difficult work even for the most skilled and experienced school leaders. This need to increase the ...
The System Rules Us: Understanding the Perceptions of Foreign International Medical Graduates in the United States Regarding the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates' Certification Process
Despite efforts to alleviate the current physician shortage, there remains a gap that is not being filled by US medical school graduates especially in under-served and rural areas. One of the solutions to this problem is ...