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The American Education Corporation is a developer of instructional content, computer adaptive assessment testing software, and software management technology company.
- also known as The American Education Corporation
- official website: www.amered.com
- "American education" is a book by Richard G. Durnin.
- also known as "American education: a guide to information sources"
- "American education" is a book by Andrew S. Draper.
- "American education" is a book by Calvin Grieder.
- also known as "American education; an introduction to the teaching profession"
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The Common Class (2007)
Egoism and the Attack on American Education by Rick Tobin
American education is an education in democracy. Democracy should be the central ethical framework and unifying principle for everyone living in our country. A dedication to upholding democracy is what raises us above our differences.
Power and Place (2001)
Indian Education in America by Vine Deloria, Daniel Wildcat
Deloria Modern American education is a major domestic industry. With the collapse of the cold war, education may well become the industry of the American future. Indeed, in the 2000 election both candidates stressed education. Because ...
Spirit & Reason (1999)
The Vine Deloria, Jr., Reader by Vine Deloria, Barbara Deloria, Kristen Foehner
T 1 1 T KNOWING AND UNDERSTANDING: Traditional Education in the Modern World Modern American education is a major domestic industry. With the impending collapse of the cold war, education may well become the industry of the ...
” is clearly true when one inserts “ American education in the early twenty-first century” in the brackets. As to what makes ...
The Cyclopædia of Education: a Dictionary of Information for the Use of Teachers, School Officers, Parents, and Others (1883)
by Henry Kiddle, Alexander Jacob Schem
The American Education Society, organized, in 1816, to assist young men in humble circumstances, in obtaining an education for the Christian ministry, has given aid, in the sixty years of its existence, to 0,302 young men. It assists them only in ...
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American education as described by the French commission to the International exhibition, 1876. 1880. 1. Progress of western education in China and Siam. — Vacation colonies for sickly school children. 2.
by Samuel S. Hill, Charles H. Lippy, Charles Reagan Wilson
Cremin, American Education: The Colonial Experience; Elizabeth Davidson, ...
by S.R. Sharma
American education aspires to the development of the individual. It is concerned only secondarily about expenditures for buildings, salaries of personnel, or number of books in the library. Constructive contributions to the development, ...
by Steven W. Lee
Historically, school psychologists have considered tests to have three forms of validity: content, construct, and criterion (American Education Research Association, American Psychological Association, & National Council on Measurement in ...
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American Education System for ESL Students
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