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Black urban high school students have higher self-esteem, greater racial tolerance than students in other ethnic groups.
Female teachers report greater stress than male teachers, young teachers greater stress than old. A relationship to alienation is not demonstrated.
Federal and state school reform initiatives are often diverted or blunted by local and contextual considerations.
Selection criteria of students in programs for the gifted must meet legal and constitutional standards. An alternative approach seems promising.
"Creative insubordination" is a necessary strategy for successful school principals, although it has hazards.
Note from the field. Have compulsory education laws failed?
Low SES first and third graders respond positively to an experimental health education program.
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