An Overview of Student Technology Usage over Time and Implications for Community College Planners and Policy MakersBy: Patricia G. Gibson, Robert A. Horn
Attribution Theory and School ReformBy: Linda Kight Winter, Jon Butzon
When Accountability Comes Knocking, How Do Charter Schools Respond?By: Marytza A. Gawlik
Peace Education and the School CurriculumBy: Dr. (Mrs.) C.O. Odejobi, Mr. A.D.O. Adesina
The Case of Channel One TV: The Argument for Increased Information Dissemination Concerning the Enhanced Media EffectBy: Anne Golden Worsham
The Selection of Alliance Partners in State reading Policy NetworksBy: Tamara V. Young, Ph.D.
Persistent Gender Inequality in Nigerian EducationBy: Dr. (Mrs.) Norah Omoregie, Ihensekhien Orobosa Abraham
Implementing parenting education policy to overcome parental stress and foster educational and behavioral competence in childrenBy: Jacqueline Suzanne Hotchkiss, Kimberly A. Gordon Biddle
*The papers reflect perspectives on current policy issues facing both K-12 and higher education and are not necessarily those reflected of the referees, or university.