Guide to thousands of 2- and 4-year schools in the U.S. and Canada, their programs, degrees, and financial aid sources.
Provides information on institutions, people, processes, roles, and philosophies in educational practice in the United States and throughout the world. Features biographies of influential educators; profiles of historic colleges and universities and of organizations active in the field; and an appendix of full text source documents, including education related legislation, international treaties, and testing methods.
Includes key names, places, concepts, and legal actions related to multicultural education. The authors define multicultural education as education geared toward reducing bias, ensuring equity, and promoting understanding of the self and others.
Contains definitions for terms that apply to educational research, practice, and theory. Also included are acronyms and initialisms commonly used in the field, names and descriptions of relevant organizations, and important legal decisions relating to education.
Illustrates the process of planning and writing persuasive proposals. Includes sample proposals with step by step guides and paragraph-by-paragraph analyses of their key features.
Guide to sources of education-related financial aid and awards at all levels of study. Includes guides to federal programs as well as state-by-state listing of agencies as well as a section on federal financial aid that features a quick summary of programs sponsored by the federal government. Also includes a state-by-state listing of agencies that users can contact in their home state.
This database includes over 30,000 universities, colleges, schools of art and music, libraries, learned societies, research institutes, museums and art galleries. Entries provide contact information, activities, and publications where available.