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Transforming race, class, and gender relationships within the United Methodist Church throug...2014Harris, Otto D.StudentEducational Studies, UNCG
Relationship building practices in one rural and predominantly Latino school2011Hatley, Sue NorrisStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Childhood resilience of African American school leaders2014Hauser, Angella StudentEducational Leadership, UNCG
The principal's role in the implementation of a middle school inclusion program2012Hedgecock, Dara JeanneneStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Refugee transition into American public schools: an emergent study of major influences2009Henry, Jacob ScottStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Gifted Women Who Underachieve: A Study of Mathematics and Gender2007Hudgins, Jane CraftStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Education for global citizenship in America2011Hulme, Michael J.StudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Confites en el infierno: life stories of two Costa Rican families living in the United State...2011Ibarra, Laura C.StudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Stones of memory: narratives from a Black beach community2013Jackson, Hope W.StudentEducational Studies, UNCG
Capturing the essence of change: a study about change in Rockwell schools2013James, Jeff StudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Anglophone West African women in the United States2013Jones, Olivia Erica MetzgerStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
The role of the Black church in socializing African American students for school success: a ...2012Jordan, Diedria HowellStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Parents Choosing Independent Education: Personal Advantage or a Moral Alternative2007Jordan, Susanne Plum StudentTeacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
Improving Reading Performance in a High Poverty Elementary School: A Case Study2007Kemp, Darcy D.StudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Mycological provisions: an a/r/tographic portraiture of four contemporary teaching artists2014Kennedy, Christopher LeeStudentEducational Studies, UNCG
Order my steps of faith: a philosophical self-reflection of faith using an African-American ...2014Kennedy, Joy L.StudentEducational Studies, UNCG
Listening for Learning in the Talk: An Ethnographic Story of the School Librarian as Broker ...2010Kimmel, Sue CrownfieldStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Meeting disability with resiliency, hope and agency: a narrative study of caregivers of chil...2013Kirby, Carol AnnStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Interventions with good intentions: effective implementation of response to intervention in ...2013Kissell, Tina Marie EberlyStudentEducational Leadership, UNCG
Teacher leaders' perceptions of the use of humor in the high school classroom2013Kosiczky, Bonnie StudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Beginning Teacher Perceptions of Mentoring and Induction2007Lambeth, Dawn TraceyStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
Renewing the cultural and environmental commons: creating communities of mutual care, solida...2010Latham, Kathleen BarrettStudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
A multi-method qualitative inquiry of girls' access to education and literacy through the im...2010Latif, Amna StudentEducational Leadership and Cultural Foundations, UNCG
A hard kind of freedom: absurdity, choice, and responsibility in the writings of Harriet Jac...2013Little, Jawana SoutherlandStudentEducational Studies, UNCG
Coexisting leadership? the emergence of communal leadership amidst hierarchy2013Madrigal, Kimberly B.StudentEducational Studies, UNCG