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In partnership with local schools, faculty members in the College of Education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM) began planning a field-based dual licensure program in special education and elementary education in 1993. The resulting program redefined the roles of university faculty...
A national survey was conducted in which universities and colleges that provided special education teacher preparation programs described and evaluated their relationships with schools in terms of field experiences for preservice teachers. Surveys were mailed to randomly selected institutions of...
The purpose of this exploratory study was to use a collaborative decision-making process, the Nominal Group Technique (NGT), to determine the effectiveness and feasibility of 44 strategies for communication between home and school about homework assigned to students with high-incidence...
Since 1986, the National Network for Educational Renewal (NNER) has attempted to persuade 41 institutions of higher education (IHEs) in partnership with schools to build collaborative networks among education faculty in colleges, schools, and departments of education (CSDEs) and to put into...
This article describes the Reaching American Indian Special/Elementary Educators (RAISE) program, a community-based native teacher education program located on the Navajo reservation in Kayenta, Arizona. The RAISE program is a preservice teacher preparation partnership program between Northern...
The Professional Development School Without Walls is a partnership between the Departments of Special Education and Elementary Education at the University of South Florida and two large school districts. The goals of the partnership are to simultaneously improve teacher education and K—12...
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