Selected Mathematics and Science Outcomes as a Function of South Dakota Educational Reform Policies 1996-2004
This study investigates the academic progress on mathematics and science educational outcomes of South Dakota students from different socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds as it relates to SD educational reform polices.
||Native Americans, South Dakota, Educational Reform, Socioeconomic Status, Student Achievement
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp.101-116.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 983.252KB).
Tzu-Yi Hsu is Assistant Professor of Technology for Education & Training at the University of South Dakota. Her specialized areas are in educational technology and multicultural education as well as issues in educational foundations. Her current research interests include cultural diversity, educational technology, educational reform, and concerns related to the areas of educational foundation.
Dr. Elliott has been a high school teacher, principle, and is currently completing his forty years as a member and emeritus member of the University of New Orleans.
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