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From:Education (Vol. 141, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedThis article is a paradigm of full human development that is holistic, inherently relational, and morally mature. Integrity and mutuality, foundationally human as a process-paradox (each characteristic unique yet...
From:Education (Vol. 141, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedWith many states facing budget cuts over the last ten years, reconfiguration and school closings have been an unfortunate reality for public school districts. Building trust is a critical component in creating, leading a...
From:Education (Vol. 141, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedSome teachers reach a point in their careers when they crave greater decision-making authority in their schools without becoming administrators. Teacher leadership appears to address teachers' unmet professional needs by...
From:Education (Vol. 141, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedAssertiveness is a background trait related to the temperament of an individual, thus influencing several aspects of everyday life. Research indicates that both under- and over-assertive behavior may have a negative...
From:Education (Vol. 141, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedIncreased attention is being placed on improving psychological well-being and academic achievement in school students. Prior research on meditation provides support for student improvement in these important educational...
From:Education (Vol. 141, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedThe study aimed at identifying the role of school management in activating King Abdullah II Award for Physical Fitness from the physical educational teacher's perspective in the Capital Governorate; and its relation with...
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