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ID: 1248
"It was bad or it was good:" Alaska Natives in Past Boarding Schools
Diane Hirshberg
2008
25 pp.
Appears in the Journal of American Indian Education, Arizona State University, Tempe Vol. 47, Number 3, 2008, pgs 5-30
We are unable to distribute a published journal article. This article is however, based on an ISER publication which you will find linked below.
ID: 1400
Which low-income parents select child-care? Family demand and neighborhood organizations
Diane Hirshberg, D. Huang, B. Fuller
2005
Diane Hirshberg, D. Huang, B. Fuller. (2005). "Which low-income parents select child-care? Family demand and neighborhood organizations," Children and Youth Services Review. 27, (10), 1071-1162.
ID: 1399
Bounding the case within its context: A constructivist approach to studying detracking reform
A. S. Wells, Diane Hirshberg, N. Lipton, J. Oakes
2002
A. S. Wells, Diane Hirshberg, N. Lipton, and J. Oakes. (2002). "Bounding the case within its context: A constructivist approach to studying detracking reform". In Huberman, A. M. and Miles, M. B. (eds.), The Qualitative Researcher's Companion: Classic and Contemporary Readings. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
ID: 1398
A case study of King Middle School: The symbiosis of heterogeneous grouping and multicultural education
A. Datnow, Diane Hirshberg
1996
A. Datnow and Diane Hirshberg, (1996). "A case study of King Middle School: The symbiosis of heterogeneous grouping and multicultural education," Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk. 1(2), 115-134.
ID: 1397
Bounding the case within its context: A constructivist approach to studying detracking reform
A. S. Wells, Diane Hirshberg, N. Lipton, J. Oakes
1995
A. S. Wells, Diane Hirshberg, N. Lipton, and J. Oakes. (1995). "Bounding the case within its context: A constructivist approach to studying detracking reform," Educational Researcher, 24 (5), 18-24.
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