Volume 09

Volume 9 (1993)

Issue 1 (Spring 1993)

Supporting Teachers with Telecommunication: The LabNetwork
R. Ruopp, M. Pfister, B. Drayton, & S. Gal


A Community of Learning
G. M. Walker


Ready for a Change
T. Thompson


Anatomy of a Small Failure
S. Rhoades


Report from Alaska
J. Cadigan


Science-Related Telecommunication
N. Anderson


Teachers and Teaching
S. Gal


Students and Learning
R. Ruopp


Environmental Barriers to Networking
W. Spitzer


A Concluding Reflection
R. Ruopp

Issue 2 (Fall 1993)

The Rural Teacher in the Early 1900s: Sentimental Image and Hard Reality
Thinking Locally, Acting Globally


Small Schools and Higher-Order Thinking Skills
E. J. Haller, D. H. Monk, & L. T. Tien


A Territorial Imperative: The Authority of the State to Reorganize Public Schools and Districts
C. B. Howley


Rural Distress and Survival: The School and the Importance of “Community”
B. A. Miller


The Effects of an Aging Rural Population on the Financing of Rural Public Education
S. C. Deller & N. Walzer


Book Review: Rural Policies for the 1990s
P. M. Nachtigal


Book Review: Community and the Politics of Place
P. Theobald


Book Review: Small Districts, Big Problems: Making Schools Everybody’s House
D. Hobbs


Thinking Locally, Acting Globally
Y. L. Breen

Issue 3 (Winter 1993)

Laotian Refugees in a Small-Town School: Contexts and Encounters
T. Schram


Mitigating Disadvantage: Effects of Small-Scale Schooling on Student Achievement in Alaska
G. Huang & C. Howley


Listening to Rural Adolescents: Views on the Rural Community and the Importance of Adult Interactions
D. Hedlund


Factors, Issues, and Problems in the Recruitment and Retention of Teachers for Rural Schools
V. J. Storey


Another Look at Rural-Nonrural Differences in Students’ Educational Aspirations
E. J. Haller & S. J. Virkler


The New Rural School in Upper Galilee (Eretz Israel) at the Beginning of the 20th Century
Y. Dror


Book Review: Rural Education: Issues and Practices
J. D. Spears