Volume 26

Volume 26 (2011, eighth online volume, fourth volume at Penn State)

ISSUE 1
Mathematics Course-Taking in Rural High Schools
R. Anderson & B. Chang


ISSUE 2
Phronesis: Children’s Local Rural Knowledge of Science and Engineering
L. Avery & K. Kassam


ISSUE 3
Plans to Live on a Reservation Following College Among American Indian Students: An Examination of Transculturation Theory
T. Huffman


ISSUE 4
Want to Be a Country Teacher? No, I Am Too Metrocentric
A. Campbell & G. Yates


ISSUE 5
Book Review: Rural Education for the Twenty-First Century: Identity, Place, and Community in a Globalizing World
A. Woodrum


ISSUE 6
Remote Island Students’ Post-Compolsory Retention: Emplacement and Displacement as Factors Influencing Educational Persistence or Discontinuation
A. Stewart & J. Abbott-Chapman


ISSUE 7
Technology Leadership in Native American Schools
J.W. Richardson & S. McLeod


ISSUE 8
Increasing Reading Skills in Rural Areas: An Analysis of Three School Districts
J. Stockard


ISSUE 9
Rural Elementary School Teachers’ Technology Integration
A. Howley, L. Wood & B. Hough


ISSUE 10
The Possibility of Place: One Teacher’s Use of Place-Based Instruction for English Students in a Rural High School
A. Azano


ISSUE 11
Sending Off All Your Good Treasures: Rural Schools, Brain-Drain, and Community Survival in the Wake of Economic Collapse
J. Sherman & R. Sage


ISSUE 12
Career Changers as First-Year Teachers in Rural SchoolsS. Fry & H. Anderson


ISSUE 13
Reading Mastery as Pedagogy of Erasure
K. Eppley


ISSUE 14
Enhancing Achievement in Rural Schools: A Reply to Eppley
J. Stockard


ISSUE 15
Critique and Erasure: Responding to Eppley’s “Reading Mastery as Pegagogy of Erasure”
S. Engelmann