Volume 17

Volume 17 (2001-02)

Issue 1 (Spring 2001)

Prairie Town: Rural Life and Literacies
J. Edmondson


Reforming Education from the Inside-Out: A Study of Community Engagement and Educational Reform in Rural Alaska
J. W. Kushman & R. Barnhardt


Recovering a Tradition of Rural Progressivism in American Public Education
D. Leo-Nyquist


Riding the School Bus: A Comparison of the Rural and Suburban Experience in Five States
C. B. Howley, A. A. Howley, & S. Shamblen


Book Review: Elementary Change: Moving Toward Systemic School Reform in Rural Kentucky
N. Jennings


Book Review: Elementary Change: Moving Toward Systemic School Reform in Rural Kentucky
K. Reed & P. Theobald

Issue 2 (Fall 2001)

The Relationships Between Situated Cognition and Rural Preservice Teachers’ Knowledge and Understanding of Diversity
R. R. Powell, D. Sobel, R. S. Hess, & M. Verdi


Progressive Era Rural Reform: Creating Standard Schools in the Midwest
W. L. Sherman & P. Theobald


Accessing the Knowledge Base of Retired Teachers: Experiences in Establishing a Formal Mentoring Program in a Rural School Division
J. T. Goddard & S. R. Habermann


A Greater Fairness: May Justus as Popular Educator
G. W. Loveland


National Framework for Rural and Remote Education in Australia
MCEETYA Taskforce


The Growth of Amish Schools in the United States
M. W. Dewalt

Issue 3 (Winter 2002)

What Does a School Mean to a Community? Assessing the Social and Economic Benefits of Schools to Rural Villages in New York
T. A. Lyson


Using Research to Ensure Quality Teaching in Rural Schools
D. L. Holloway


TeamMates: A Model to Support Mentoring in Rural Schools
L. Dappen & J. C. Isernhagen


Technology Facilitation in the Rural School: An Analysis of Options
M. Hawkes, P. Halverson, & B. Brockmueller


Networking for the Nuts and Bolts: The Ironies of Professional Development for Rural Principals
A. Howley, K. Chadwick, &C. Howley


Grade-Span Configuration
T. Coladarci & J. Hancock