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550
Higher Education: Pressures, Professors, and Promises
Barry Maloney, President, Worcester State University
549-525
549
Educating Kids in the Juvenile Justice System
Commissioner Peter Forbes, Massachusetts Department of Youth Services (DYS)
548
Teachers, Testing and Federal Law
Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Dean, College of Education and Allied Studies, Bridgewater State University
547
Higher Education in Changing Times
Frederick W. Clark Jr., Esq., President, Bridgewater State University
546
Police in a New Generation
Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson, Bristol County, Massachusetts
545
Admissions and Financial Aid in Community College
Robert Geddes, Senior Admissions Counselor and Holly Raposo, Financial Aid Counselor, Bristol Community College
544

Teachers' Unions and Education reform

Barbara Madeloni, President, Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA)
543

Reading First

Dr. Nancy Witherell, Professor of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Bridgewater State University
542
Project Based Learning
Dr. William Oehlkers, Reading Consultant & Cindy DiDonato, Technology and Curriculum Integration Specialist
541

Teachers' Unions in a Changing World

Lawrence E. Purtill, President, National Education Association of Rhode Island (NEARI)
540

Environmental Education

Dr. Francis Veale, Attorney, Chairman, EPSEM Department, Massachusetts Maritime Academy
539

Challenges in Early Childhood Education

Dr. Gregory Nelson, Professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Bridgewater State University
538

Technology in the Classroom

Tom Thibodeau, Assistant Provost, New England Institute of Technology
537

STEM Education

Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III, (D) - Mass 4th District
536

Global Partnerships in Higher Education

Dr. Dana Mohler-Faria, President, Bridgewater State University
535

Bullying and Cyberbullying

Dr. Katalin Parti, Senior Researcher, Hungarian National Institute of Criminology and Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence, Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center (MARC)
534

Teaching Nonviolence

Ajay Bennet and Abraham Hendserson, Instutute for the Study and Practive of Nonviolence
533

Overcoming Stress

Dr. Robert Brooks, Clinical Psychologist
532

Higher Education: Access, Affordability and Accountability

Dr. Nancy Carriuolo, President, Rhode Island College
531

International Student and Scholar Programs

Dr. Roopa Rawjee, Director, International Student and Scholar Services, Center for International Engagement, Bridgewater State University
530

Suicide in Young People

Denise Panichas, Director, The Samaritans of Rhode Island
529

The Arts in Education

Dr.Timothy Sullivan, Vice President, Massachusetts Teachers Association
528

Competition - Changes - Challenges in Education

Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Dean, College of Education and Allied Studies, Bridgewater State University
527

Community Colleges

Dr. John Sbrega, President, Bristol Community College
526

Teacher Evaluation and Professional Development

Dr. Kathleen Skinner, Director, MTA Center for Education Policy and Practice
525

Bullying and Harassment

Dr. Elizabeth Englander, Director, Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center, Bridgewater State University
524 - 500
524

Affirmative Action: Regulation and Restrictions

Dr. Alan Comedy, Assistant to the President for Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity / Disability Compliance, Bridgewater State University
523

Foreign Exchange Programs

Dr. Michael Kryzanek, Executive Director, Dr. Edward W. Minnock Center for International Engagement, Bridgewater State University
522

Teaching English Language Learners

Dr. Amanda Sox Agudelo, Professor of TESL, Rhode Island College
521

PTA in a Global, Information Age

Dr. Erik Champy, President, Massachusetts PTA
520

Health Care for Children

Steve Gorrie, President, Health Care for All & Amy Whitcomb Slemmer, Esq., Executive Director, Health Care for All
519

School Committees

Penny Blackwell, President, MA Association of School Committees & Katherine Paternaude, President, RI Association of School Committees
518
Project Based Learning
Dr. William Oehlkers, Reading Consultant & Cindy DiDonato, Technology and Curriculum Integration Specialist
517
Raising Resilient Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Dr. Robert Brooks, Clinical Psychologist / Author
516
Teachers Unions
Paul Toner, President, Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA)
515
Raising a Self-Disciplined Child
Dr. Robert Brooks, Clinical Psychologist / Author
514
Highly Qualified Teachers
Dr. Anna Bradfield, Dean of the School of Education and Allied Studies, Bridgewater State College
513
Autism - Epidemic?
Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Professor or Special Education, Bridgewater State College
512
Boys of Few Words
Dr. Adam Cox, Psychologist / Author
511
School Superintendents - Who Are They Really?
Dr. William Holland, Author / Professor Emeritus, Rhode Island College
510
Physical Education - How Important Is It?
Sam Baumgarten, Professor of Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies, Bridgewater State College
509
The First "R" - Reading
Dr. Nancy Witherell, Professor of Early Childhood Education, Bridgewater State College
508
Neuroscience and ADD in Gifted Children
Dr. Layne Kalbfleisch, Professor, George Mason University
507
Art Education
Dr. Renee Sandell, Professor, George Mason University
506
Reading in Early Education
Dr. Susan Burns, Professor, George Mason University
505
Global Campuses and International Education
Dr. Beverly Shaklee, Professor, George Mason University
504
Cultural Changes and Education
Dr. Peter N. Stearns, Provost, George Mason University
503
Technology in K-12 Schools
Dr. Lynne Schrum, Professor, George Mason University
502
Physical Education and Sports in Schools
Dr. Robert E. Baker, Professor, George Mason University
501
Can We Teach Nonviolence?
Teny Gross and Pam Steager, Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence, Providence, RI
500
Science in Early Education
Dr. Gregory Nelson, Professor of Early Childhood Education, Bridgewater State College
476 - 499
499
Reading Assessment
Dr. William Oehlkers, Professor emeritus, Rhode Island College
498
The PTA Perspective
Katherine Patenaude, President, RI PTA & Michelle Tremont, President, MA PTA
497
Are Middle Schools Necessary?
Dr. Robert Spear, Executive Director, New England League of Middle Schoiols (NELMS)
496
Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity
Dr. Alan Comedy, Assistant to the President, Affirmative Action, Minority Affairs and Equal Opportunity, Bridgewater State College
495
Environmental Issues
Frank Veale, Director, Worldwide Environmental, Safety and Health, Sensata Technologies
494
The Teachers' Perspective
Marcia Reback, President, American Federation of Teachers in Rhode Island
493
An Overlooked Minority: The Deaf
Commissioner Heidi Reed, MA Commission for the Deaf
492
Multicultural  / Multilingual Education
Dr. Jorge P. Osterling, Professor, Bilingual Career Ladder Teacher Education Program, George Mason University
491
Engaging Boys in Reading
Dr. William G. Brozo, Professor, George Mason University
490
Assistive / Special Education Technology
Dr. Michael Behrmann, Director, Helen A. Kellar Center for Human disAbilities, George Mason University
489
Public Education Policy and Teachers
Dr. Penelope Earley, Director, Center for Public Policy, George Mason University
488
Transformation of Schools
Dr. Mark A. Hicks, Director, Initiatives in Educational Transformation, George Mason University
487
The Principal
Dr. Gloria Stanton, Principal, Burnell School, Bridgewater, MA & William Skitt, Principal, Community School, Cumberland, RI
486
Math and Science Education
Dr. Nancy Kleniewski, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Bridgewater State College
485
Education for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Commissioner Heidi Reed, MA Commission for the Deaf
484
Portuguese Studies
Dr. Frank Sousa, Professor of Portuguese Studies, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth
483
Children Coping with Stress
Dr. Maxine Rawlins, Professor of Counselor Education, Bridgewater State College
482
Vocational Rehabilitation for HIgh School and College Students with Disabilities
Elmer Bartels, MA Commisioner of Rehabilitation
481
Teaching Reading to English Language Learners
Dr. Nancy Cloud, Professor, Rhode Island College
480
Policies Affecting Education and Community Service
Massachusetts State Senator Marc Pacheco
479
Quality Physical Education
Dr. Sam Baumgarten, Professor, Movement Arts, Bridgewater State College & Dr. Karen Pagnano, Professor, Movement Arts, Bridgewater State College
478(sp)
Dental and Oral Health (SPANISH)
Dr. Alvaro Gracia, Prosthodontist
478
Dental and Oral Health
Dr. Stephen Gamm, Orthodontist & Dr. Alvaro Gracia, Prosthodontist
477
Teacher's Unions
Steve Gorrie, Former President, Massachusetts Teacher's Association & Don Hill, Former President, Minnesota Teacher's Association
476
Health Sciences - Shortage of Nurses
Dr. Hope Burns, Assistant Dean for Health Sciences, Bristol Community College
475 - 450
475
Special Education & Shortage of Special Ed. Teachers
Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Professor, Special Education Department, Bridgewater State College
474
Foreign Exchange Students
Dr. Ezra Stieglitz, Director of Overseas Programs, Rhode Island College / Melissa Harkins & Rachel Wilby, Exchange Students, St Martin's College, England
473
The BIG PICTURE in Education
Dr. Dennis Littky, Co-founder, Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center, Providence, RI
472
Balance in Children's Lives
Dr. Robert Brooks, Clinical Psychologist, Author
471
Global Education
Dr. John Marvelle & Dr. Robert Sylvester, Elementary and Early Childhood Education, Bridgewater State College
470
Cooperative vs. Competitive Learning
Dr. Roger Johnson, Cooperative Learning Center, University of Minnesota
469
CONNECT: A New Idea for Higher Education
CONNECT Partnership Executives (Dr. Jean MacCormack, Dr. Dana Mohler-Faria, Dr. John Sbrega)
468
Implications of the Higher Education Act
Dr. Dana Mohler-Faria, President, Bridgewater State College
467
Affirmative Action
Dr. Alan Comedy, Assistant to the President, Affirmative Action, Minority Affairs and Equal Opportunity, Bridgewater State College
466
Bullying and Harassment in Schools
Dr. Elizabeth Kandel-Englander, Director, Massachusetts Aggression-Reduction Center
465
Highly Qualified Teachers
Dr. David Imig, President, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
464
Women in Higher Education
Dr. Anna Bradfield - Dean, School of Education and Allied Studies, Bridgewater State College
463
Children' Museums
Janice O'Donnell, Providence Children's Museum & Paula Peterson, Children's Museum of Easton
462

Public Policy in Education

Dr. Penelope Earley - Director, Center for Education Policy, George Mason University
461

Science Education

Dr. Donna Sterling - George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
460

Distance Education

Dr. Nada Dabbagh - George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
459

Higher Education in a Growing, Global Information Age

Dr. Alan Merten - President, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
458
Early Education
Dr. Stephen White, Professor, George Mason University
457
Brown v. Board of Education & Today's Education
Dr. Roger Wilkins, Author, Former Asst. Attorney General
456
Triple Licensure: Early Education, ESL & Special Education

Dr. Sylvia Sanchez and Dr. Eva Thorpe - Associate Professors, George Mason University

455
The Power of Resilience
Dr. Robert Brooks, Clinical Psychologist, Author
454
How Important is Etiquette and Protocol?
Dr. Wayne Phillips, Author / Professor, Bridgewater State College
453
Impact of Business on Education and Vice Versa
Bill Vernon, Director, Mass. Office of the National Federation of Independent Business
452
A Canadian Fulbright Scholar's View of Education
Dr. Joel Sokolsky, Canadian Fulbright Scholar in Residence, Bridgewater State College
451
Higher Education: The State College
Lou Ricciardi, Chairman, BSC Foundation / Past Chair, Bridgewater State College Board of Trustees
450
Teachers' Perspective of School Reform
Catherine Boudreau, President, Massachusetts Teachers Association
449 - 425
449
Missing Ingredients in School Reform
Ron Wolk, Founder/ Former Sr. Editor, Education Week
448
"Mixed Messages" sent to Students
Dr. John Marvelle, Professor, Elementary/Early Childhood Education, Bridgewater State College
447
Autism
Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Professor, Special Education, Bridgewater State College
446
The Brain and Learning
Dr. David Sousa, Author/ Researcher
445
Environment: Children & Pollution Prevention
Frank Veale, Texas Instruments Inc. Sensors and Controls Group
444
Is Science Fundamental?
Dr. Edward Deveney, Professor of Physics, Bridgewater State College
443
Changes and Challenges in Higher Education
Dr. Jack Warner, Rhode Island Commissioner of Higher Ed.
442
Law Education
Dr. Gail Ellis, Dean, Suffolk University Law School
441
The Value of Writing
Dr. Alistair MacLeod, Author / Professor, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada
440
Canadian Studies
Dr. Anthony Cicerone, Director, Canadian Studies Program, Bridgewater State College
439
Health & Physical Education
Sam Baumgarten, Professor of Movement Arts / Health Promotion, Bridgewater State College
438
Keeping New Teachers
Dr. Harry K. Wong, Author, Consultant
437
Education for the Deaf
Dr. Peter Blackwell, Rhode Island School for the Deaf
436
Training for Nonviolence
Teny Gross, Director, Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence, Providence, RI
435
Newspapers & Education
Oreste D'Arconte, Publisher, The Sun Chronicle; Lori Santarpio, Director, Newspapers in the Classroom Program
434
Education in Angola, Africa
Rev. Almeida Lemba
433

School Reform:Teachers and Tests

Dr. Gary Galluzzo
432

Cross Cultural Counseling

Dr. Fred Bemak and Dr. Chi-Ying Chung - George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
431
Highly Qualified Teachers
Dr. Jeff Gorrell, Dean, Graduate School of Education, George Mason University
430
Youth Substance Abuse
Dr. David Anderson, Director, Center for the Advancement of Public Health, George Mason University
429
Special Education: Teachers and Technology
Dr. Michael Behrmann, Director, Helen Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities, George Mason University
428
Setting the Record Straight on How Schools are Doing
Dr. Gerald Bracey, Author / Researcher / Professor, George Mason University
427
Online Learning
Dr. Priscilla Norton, Professor, George Mason University
426
Instructional Technology
Dr. Brenda Bannan-Ritland / Dr. Kevin Clark, George Mason University
425
Bilingual Education
Dr. Eileen de los Reyes / Nydia Olmedo-Mendes, Office of Bilingual Education and Language Services, Boston Public Schools
424 - 400
424
Connections Between K-12 and Higher Education
Dr. Nancy Kleniewski, Provost/VP of Academic Affairs, Bridgewater State College
422
Communication & Conflict Resolution with Young Children
Dr. Gregory Nelson, Professor, Elementary/Early Childhood Education, Bridgewater State College
421
Business/Education - Community Partnerships
Jack Conway / Jill Evans, Jack Conway Realty & Financial Services
420
Conflict Resolution
Dr. David Johnson / Dr. Roger Johnson, Cooperative Learning Center, University of Minnesota
419
Cooperative Learning
Dr. David Johnson / Dr. Roger Johnson, Cooperative Learning Center, University of Minnesota
418
Succeeding in Helping Kids in Low Income Communities
Mary Silvia Harrison, President, Rhode Island Children's Crusade for Higher Education
417
Advice for Raising Strong, Resilient Kids
Dr. Robert Brooks, Clinical Psychologist, Author
416
Aviation Science in Higher Education
Michael Farley, Professor & Chairman, Department of Aviation Science, Bridgewater State College
415
Higher Ed.: Access, Opportunity & Quality Teaching
Robert Weygand, CEO, New England Board of Higher Education
414
Peer Mediation
Virginia Law, Peer Mediation Counselor; students
413
Career & Technical Education
Peter Rickard, High Schools that Work
412

Fatal Flaws of Tougher Standards

Alfie Kohn, Author
411
Heroes in the Information Age
Dr. Peter Gibbon, Author / Researcher, Harvard University
410
Cooperative Learning
Dr. Gerald Thornell, Elementary Education Department, Bridgewater State College, Author
409
The Changing College Student Body
Alison DiPetrillo
408
Progress of Hispanic Students
Steve Gorrie, President, MA Teachers Association
407
Schools and the Parent's Voice
Mary Ann Roll, President, Rhode Island PTA; Carol Woodbury, President, MA MPTSA
406
Middle Schools: Challenges to its Mission: Testing, Teachers and Technology
Dr. Robert Spear, Executive Director, New England League of Middle Schools ( NELMS)
405
MADD and Our Kids
Barbara Harrington, Executive Director, MA MADD & students Nicole Klink, Todd Torres
404
The United Way and Schools
Vincent Eagles, Executive Director, United Way of Greater Attleboro/Taunton
403
Public Higher Education: Mission, Access & Teacher Preparation
Dr. Dana Mohler-Faria, President, Bridgewater State College
403
Business / Education Partnerships
Sheila Peterson, Manager of Public Affairs, The Foxboro Company / Invensys Corp.
401
Role of the Community College in a Global Society
Dr. Thomas Sepe, President, Community College of Rhode Island
400
Affirmative Action in Education
Dr. Alan Comedy, Assistant to the President, Affirmative Action, Minority Affairs and Equal Opportunity, Bridgewater State College

399 - 375

399
PreK-16 Education and Teacher Preparation Panel
Panelists/Guests: Dr. Wm. Holland, RI Commissioner of Higher Ed.; Peter McWalters, RI Commissioner of Education (K-12); James DiPrete, RI Board of Governors and Regents
398
PreK-16 Education and Teacher Preparation
Attorney Sarah Dowling, Chair, RI Board of Governors for Higher Education
397
QUALITY TEACHERS Panel (Part 2)
Panelists/Guests: Steve Gorrie, Pres., Mass. Teachers Association (MTA); Dr. Chris Martes, Ex. Dir., Mass. Association of School Superintendents; Philip Veysey, Policy Dir., Mass. Federation of Teachers.
396
QUALITY TEACHERS Panel (Part 1)
Panelists/Guests: Steve Gorrie, Pres., Mass. Teachers' Assoc. (MTA); Dr. Chris Martes, Ex. Dir., Mass. Assoc. School Superintendents; Philip Veysey, Policy Dir., Mass. Federation of Teachers.
395
Career & Technical Education in Global Society
Dr. Gene Bottoms, Sr. Vice Pres., Southern Regional Education Board
394
Aviation Science Education
Michael Farley, Prof., Bridgewater State College
393
Assessment for Early Childhood
Dr. Gregory Nelson, Prof., Bridgewater State College, Author
392
Understanding Violence
Dr. Elizabeth Kandel Englander, Author, Prof., Bridgewater State College
391
Safety for Children in School and on the Internet
Mass. Attorney General Thomas Reilly
389
A Unique Educational Motivation
Judy Peterson, Author, Lecturer
388
Raising Resilient Children
Dr. Bob Brooks, Psychologist, Author
387
Education in Canada
Mary Clancy, Canadian Consul General to New England
386
Charter Schools and Public Schools: Is There Equity?
Steve Gorrie, Pres., Mass. Teachers' Association (MTA)
385
Raising Resilient Children
Dr. Bob Brooks, Psychologist, Author, Lecturer
384
Technology and Education
Robert Antonucci, Pres. Harcourt Learning Direct, Former MA Commissioner of Education
383
Fear and Apathy
Dr. Daniel Willis, Organizational Psychologist
382
Opening the Doors to Literacy
Atty. Lesra Martin (Subject of "Lazarus and the Hurricane" & Movie, "The Hurricane")
381
Vision for Minority Youth
Clifford Montiero, President, Rhode Island NAACP
380
School Committees and Education Reform
Glenn Koocher, Ex. Dir., MA Association of School Committees
379
Teacher Preparation
Dr. William Holland, Rhode Island Commissioner of Higher Education
378
Special Education & Inclusion
Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Chair, Special Education & Dr. John Marvelle, Chair,  Elementary Ed.; Bridgewater State College
377
Geography Education in a Global Society
Prof. Chester Smolski, Debra Turchetti, RI Geography Alliance
376
Special Education: Testing, Accountability & Tough Times
Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Chair., Special Education, Bridgewater State College
375
Math & the Maze of Standards And Tests
Terry Coes, Past Bd. Member, Nat'l. Council of Teachers of Math

373 - 350

373
Overseas Student Exchange Program
Dr. Ezra Stieglitz, Rhode Island College, & exchange students
372
Accountability in Education
Dr. Dennis Cheek, Rhode Island Department of Education
371
Teacher Professional Development and Technology
Leroy Czaskos, Dir., WSBE-TV (Channel 36, RI) Instructional Television
370
Early Childhood Nutrition
K. Millett & N. LaFrance, MA Dept. Ed
369
Teacher Professional Development and Technology
Pepita Soto, Dir. WGBH Teacher Center
368
Teen Drug & Alcohol Abuse
US Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Dir. US Office of Drug Control Policy
367
Teen Suicide
Joy Williams, Director, The Samaritans, RI
366
Student Teaching Abroad in a Global Economy
Dr. John Nazarian, President, Rhode Island College & Chris Carr, President, St. Martin's College, Lancaster, England
365
Environmental Education
Atty. Frank Veale, Dir. Environment and Safety, Texas Instruments Incoporated
364
Rehabilitation Service for Students (HS & Col.)
Elmer Bartels, MA Commissioner of Rehabilitation 
363
The Media and Education
Joel Rawson, Sr. Vice Pres., Editor, The Providence Journal
362
Minority Issues in Education
Dr. Alan Comedy Bridgewater State Col.
361
Growing Stronger Together: Teachers, Parents, Media and Business
Larry Purtill, President, National Education Association of Rhode Island (NEARI)
360
The Children's Fund
Don Hill, Founder, America's Child; D. Felice, Pres., NEARI Children's Fund, RI
359
Mathematics in The Early Years
Dr. Gregory Nelson, Prof., Bridgewater State College, Author
358
Teachers: Testing, Technology, and Tension
Steve Gorrie, President, MTA
357
Education for Leadership & Social Responsibility
Dr. Gloria Nemerowicz, Pres., Pine Manor College, Boston, MA
356
Federal Government and Local Students
U.S. Senator Jack Reed
355
Predictors, Pedagogy, & Potential
David Driscoll, MA Commissioner of Ed.
354
Elementary School Standards: Stimulating or Stifling?
Dr. John Marvelle, Chair., Elementary Education Dept., Bridgewater State College, Author
353
Overseas Student Exchange Program
Dr. Ezra Stieglitz, Rhode Island College & Peter Sandell, St. Matin's College, Lancaster, England
352
Student Teaching at Home & Abroad
Dr. Ezra Stieglitz, RIC & Philip Sandell, St. Martin's College, Lancaster, England
351
Reading: Tests, Standards, and Teachers
M. Cerullo, Vice President,  New England Reading Association
350
Math Textbooks, Tests and Teachers
Dr. Walter Gleason, Author, Bridgewater State Col.
349 - 325
349
Math for the Millennium
Terry Coes, Bd. Of Dir., Nat'l. Council of Teachers of Math; Past Pres., RI Math Teachers
348
Special Ed: Creativity, Basics & Law
Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Chair., Special Education, Bridgewater State College
345
Learning/Leadership Styles
Dr. Ronald Tibbetts, Prof., Rhode Island College, Principal, Henry Barnard Elementary School, RIC
344
Characteristics of Effective Teachers
Dr. Bob Brooks, Psychologist, Author, Lecturer
343
Teens and Drunk Driving
Barbara Harrington, Ex. Dir., Mother Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
342
Sports and Physical Education
Steve Grogan, Former New England Patriots Quarterback
341
Early Childhood Education
Dr. Margery Kranyik, Prof. Bridgewater State College, Acting Chair., Ed. Dept.
340
Language Experience Approach To Reading
Dr. William Oehlkers, Prof., Rhode Island College, Author
338
Is there a REAL "Reading War"
Mary Hancur, Pres., RI Council, International  Reading Association
337
Educating, Equipping and Motivating Teachers
Dr. David Nelson, Chair., Education Department, Rhode Island College
336
Language Arts in Multiethnic Elementary Classrooms
Dr. William Oehlkers, Prof, Rhode Island College, Author
335
Bilingual/ESL Education
Dr. Paul Abraham, Prof., Simmons College, Boston, MA
333
Why Increased Adolescent Suicide?
Joy Williams, Ex. Dir., Samaritans
332
Liberal Arts Colleges: Value & Challenges
Dr. Dale Marshall, President,  Wheaton College, MA
331
Special Ed: Past, Present, Future
Dr. Lisa Battaglino, Chair., Special Education, Bridgewater State College
330
Special Ed: Debunking Myths
Dr. Thomas DiPaola, Prof., Providence College Special Rhode Island Task Force
329
Statistics, Standards & Support for Schools
Steve Gorrie, President, Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA)
327
School Climate and Violence
Scott Harshbarger, MA Attorney General
326
Teacher Education & Professional Development
U.S. Senator Jack Reed (RI)
325
Preventing Learning Impairment
Dr. Lucile Newman, Brown University
324 - 300
324
Early Brain Development
Dr. Frank Newman, Pres. Education Commission of The States
323
Higher Education: Reform & Finances
George Graboys, Chair, RI Board of Governors for Higher Education
322
Geography Education
Prof. Chester Smolski, & Dr. Anne Petry, Rhode Island College
319
Ed Reform and Coalition of Essential Schools
Dr. Robert McCarthy, Ex. Director, Coalition of Essential Schools
318
"So What's A School For?" Part 2
Dr. Bob Brooks, Psychologist & Panel (Live Hour Special at Bridgewater State College)
317
"So What's A School For?" Panel Part 1
Dr. Bob Brooks, Psychologist, Author
316
Special Education and Higher Ed.
U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy (MA)
315
Education Reform
U.S. Senator John Kerry (MA), Washington DC
314
Special Education Controversy
Dr. Perry Davis, Governor's Special Ed Commission
313
Higher Education's Connection to Early Education- RI Children's Crusade
Mary Sylvia Harrison, Pres. Rhode Island Children's Crusade
312
Beginning Reading. & America Reads
Dr. Wm. Oehlkers, Chair., Ed. Dept., Rhode Island College
311
Self Esteem and Resiliency
Dr. Bob Brooks, Psychologist, Author, Lecturer
310
Youth Violence
Dr. Richard J. Gelles, Dir., Nat'l Family Violence Research Program, URI
309
Who's Running the Schools?
Peter Finn, Ex. Dir., MA Association of School Superintendents
308
Community, Gangs, and Crime "The Ten Point Coalition"
Rev. Samuel Wood and Rev. Jeffrey Brown, Board of Directors, Ten Point Coalition, Boston
307
Middle Schools in Transition
Dr. Dennis Tosetto, Pres., NY State Middle School Association
306
Education for the Blind
Kevin Lessard, Perkins School for Blind, MA
303
Enrollment Explosion, Expectations, And Enabling Education Reform
Peter McWalters, RI Com. of Education
302
Child Abuse/Public Policy
Dr. Richard J. Gelles, Dir., Nat'l. Family Violence Research Program, URI, Author
301
Environmental Education
Frank Veale, Dir., Environment & Safety, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Sensors and Controls Group
300
Education in Training School/Juvenile Prison
Jay Lindgren, Dir., RI DCYF
299 - 275
299
Teacher Preparation and Professional Development
Dr. Adrian Tinsley, President, Bridgewater State College
298
The Arts and Education Reform
Dr. Peter Blackwell, Administrator, & For All Students P. Geisser, Art Teacher, RI School for Deaf
297
The Prison System & Education
Kathleen Dennehy, Associate Commissioner & Carolyn Vicari, Dir., Inmate Education, MA
296
The Superintendent and Ed. Reform
Dr. Ronald Gerhart, President, South Shore Superintendents' Assoc. (MA)
295
Teachers' Unions and Ed Reform
Marcia Reback, Pres. AFT, RI
294
The Media (TV) and Education
Mary Richardson, WCVB-ABC (Channel 5, Boston) CHRONICLE
293
The Arts & Education
Joseph McKenna, Director, Great Woods Educational Forum
292
The Principal and Ed. Reform
Nadya Aswad Higgins, Ex. Dir., MA Elementary School Principals Association (MESPA)
291
Education Reform & Teachers' Unions
Harvey Press, Pres., NEARI
290
Nutrition Education
V. Bourneuf, New England Food & Dairy
289
Suicide
Joy Williams, Dir. Samaritans, RI
288
Title I National Programs
John Corcoran, Title I Director, & Pres., Nat'l. Assoc. Federal Project Administrator
285
Education Reform & Middle Schools
Dr. Robert Spear, Ex. Dir.,  New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS)
284
Education for the Deaf
Dr. Peter Blackwell, Rhode Island School for the Deaf
282
Sports & Physical Education
Steve Grogan, Former New England Patriots Quarterback
281
Reading Education
Dr. Wm. Oehlkers, Chair., Ed. Dept., Rhode Island College
280
Education for the Hearing Impaired
Dennis Gjerdingin, Clarke School for the Deaf, MA
279
Self Esteem and ADHD
Dr. Bob Brooks, Psychology, Dir., McLean Hospital, Author
278
Colleges, Work, and The Economy
Dr. John Yenna, President, Johnson & Wales University
276
Environment and Education
Atty. Frank Veale, Dir., Health, Safety, & Environment, Texas Instruments Incorporated
275
Feinstein Community Service in Colleges
Edward Dambruch, Director, Feinstein Foundation & college administrators
274 - 250
274
Learning Disabled College Students
Dr. Robert Brooks, Psychologist, Author, Lecturer
272
Banking/Education Partnerships
Kevin Bryant, Reg. Pres. & A. Bertino, Bronson Branch, Bank of Boston
271
Small Colleges
Dr. Jud Carlberg, Pres. Gordon College, MA
268
Libraries & Technology for Future
Keith Fiels, Dir., MA Library Services & Leroy Czaskos, Dir., PBS Channel-36 Learning Link and Instructional TV
267
Education Reform & the Disadvantaged
Peter McWalters, RI Education Commission
266
Children Under the Care of the State
Attorney Laura D'Ambra, Rhode Island Office of The State Advocate
265
Reading Education in America and New Zealand
Dr. Wm. Oehlkers, Prof., RIC, Author & Mrs. Lois Oehlkers, Reading Specialist
264
Freshman Binge Drinking & Violence
Dr. Henry Wechsler, Harvard University Department of Public Health, Researcher
263
Gender Equity/Women's Schools
Dr. Rosemary Ashby, President, Pine Manor Women's College, Boston
262
What is Causing Youth Violence
Dr. Richard J. Gelles, Dir., Nat'l Family Violence Research Program, URI, Author
260
Technical Education in the 90s and Beyond
Dr. G. Zeitzer, Provost J. Tulley, New Eng. Tech
259
The Environment and Education
Atty. Frank Veale, Dir., Health, Safety,& Environment, Texas Instruments
258
Teachers' Unions and Reform
Harvey Press, President, NEARI
257
NEARI Panel on Education Reform
Panelists - NEARI
256
A Governor's View of Education
Governor Lincoln Almond (RI)
255
Parents' Role in Education Reform
State PTA Pres. M. Roll, RI; B.Bailey,MA
254
Changing Careers: "Something of Your Own"
Judy Peterson, Author
253
Recertification for Teachers
Robert Murphy, Pres., MTA
250
Increasing Family Intimacy
Dr. Margaret Weingarten, Author, IN THE MOTHER'S VOICE, Harvard University
249 - 225
249
Battered Women & Their Children
Margaret Lazarus, Producer, Award Winning documentary DEFENDING OURSELVES
248
Youth Violence-Solutions
MA Attorney General Scott Harshbarger
247
Books Instead of Prison
Dr. Robert Waxler, Dean, Continuing Ed, University of Mass, Dartmouth
245
Gender Bias in School and Political Action
MA Rep. Barbara Hyland and MA Rep. Pamela Resor
244
Teaming in Middle Schools
Dr. Robert Spear, Ex. Dir., NELMS
243
Girls/Women in Sports
Patricia Henry, Athletics, Harvard University
242
Reaching Children With Learning Problems
Dr. Bob Brooks, Dir. Psychology, McLean Hospital, Author
241
The Arts & Arts Education
Joseph McKenna, Director, Great Woods Educational Forum
239
Feinstein Community Service
Alan Shawn Feinstein, founder, and reps. from programs in RI and MA
238
High Schoolers and Drunk Driving
Chrysler Corporation and  MADD
237
Community Service Program The Feinstein Foundation
Alan Shawn Feinstein, Founder, and reps. from various school programs
236
Education Reform and Media
Ron Wolk, Senior Editor, "Education Week"
235
Education Reform and Teachers
Keith Geiger, Pres., NEA, Washington DC
234
Education Reform & Global Competition
U.S. Senator Claiborne Pell (RI), Wash., DC
233
Education Reform and Special Needs
U.S. Senator John Chafee (RI), Wash., DC
230
Education, Teachers and Reform
Don Hill, Executive Director, NEARI
229
Community Service Programs
Alan Shawn Feinstein, President, The Feinstein Foundation
228
READING RECOVERY Progress
Dr. Wm. Oehlkers, Prof., Author, Alice Kearney, Teacher-Leader, RI Program
227
Business Partnership with Middle Schools
Dr. R. Spear, Ex. Dir., NELMS & James Hoffman, Champion Co.
225
How Important Are Libraries?
B. Weaver, Director, RI Library Services & Keith Fiels, Dir. MA Library Services
224 - 200
224
RI Children's Crusade for Higher Ed
US Sen. Claiborne Pell; Dr. A. Petrocelli, R I Commissioner of Higher Education
222
Special Needs & School-to-Work
R. Pryhoda, Dir., Rhode Island Office of Special Needs, Department of Education
221
SADD, Students Against Drunk Driving
William Cullinane, Director, SADD
220
The Commissioner's View
Robert Antonucci, MA Commissioner of Education
219
How Do Parents Fit into Ed Reform?
State PTA Pres. RI, M. Roll; MA, B. Bailey
218
Education in South Africa/Apartheid
Bishop W. Gill & Rev. Wm. Crommelin, United Methodist Church in South Africa
217
"Will They Strike?" Part 2
Live Hour Special: Panel with NEARI
216
"Will They Strike?" Part 1
Live Hour Special: Panel with NEARI
215
The Key to Middle Schools
Dr. R. Spear, Ex. Dir., New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS)
214
Sports in the High Schools
Steve Grogan, Former New England Patriots Quarterback
212
How Does a State University Serve the Economy As Well As Students?
Dr. Robert Carothers, Pres. University of RI
212
How Important is Community Service?
Alan Shawn Feinstein, Philanthropist
211
What Can Be Done About Teen Suicide?
The Samaritans, Boston, MA
210
What Are Kids Learning at The Training School?
Dr. John Gleason, Principal & Stephen Burns, RI. Council for Vocational Education
208
Geography Skills
Prof. Chester Smolski, Dr. Anne Petry Nat'l Geography Alliance of RI, Prof, Rhode Island College
206
Reform and Community College
President Edward J. Liston, Community College of Rhode Island
205
Reform and Public Higher Education
Dr. John Nazarian, Pres. Rhode Island College
203
The Arts and the Future
J. McKenna, Great Woods Ed. Forum, Donna Roll, Director, Operafest
202
RI State College&University-Are They Worth The Price? Part-II (Panel with NEARI et al)
Panelists
201
RI State College&University-Are They Worth The Price? Part-I (Panel with NEARI et al)
Panelists
200
Violence and The Family
Dr. Richard J. Gelles, Dir., Nat'l Family Violence Research Program, URI, Author
199 - 178
199
Youth Violence
RI Atty. General Jeffrey Pine & Dr. Imber, Professor, Rhode Island College
198
Discipline and Self Esteem
Dr. Bob Brooks, Dir. Psychology, McLean Hospital, Harvard University, Author
197
Reform and Teachers
Marcia Reback, President, American Federation of Teachers, RI
196
Reform and Teachers
Robert Murphy, Pres., Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA)
195
Education Reform Implications
Peter McWalters, RI Commissioner of Education
194
"Can We Afford Public Ed." Part 2
Live Hour Special with Panel - National Education Association of Rhode Island ( NEARI)
193
"Can We Afford Public Ed." Part 1
Live Hour Special with Panel - National Education Association of Rhode Island (NEARI)
191
Education
U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy (MA)
188
Coalition of Essential Schools
Dr. Theodore Sizer, Founder, Coalition of Essential Schools, Author
185
Teachers
Rosanne Bacon, Pres., Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA)
183
Self Esteem
Dr. Bob Brooks, Dir Psychology, McLean Hospital, Harvard University, Author
179
Teachers' Unions
Don Hill, Executive Director, National Education Association of Rhode Island (NEARI)
178
American Red Cross Home Alone Program
MA Representative Kevin Poirier
174 - 129
174
READING RECOVERY Program
Sandra Iversen, Teacher Trainer, New Zealand
170
Sex Education
Dr. Bob Brooks, Dir. Psychology, McLean Hospital, Harvard University, Author
166
Environmental Education
Atty. Frank Veale & M. Elliott, Health, Environ. & Safety, Texas Instruments Incorporated
158
Dental Hygiene for Children
Dr. Stephen Shusterman, Chief Dentist, Boston Children's Hospital
156
Soviet Education
Dr. Robert Rude, Prof., Rhode Island College (RIC)
151
Changing Schools
Dr. Theodore Sizer, Brown University, Author
150
Why Some Students Have Trouble With Reading
Dr. Wm. Oehlkers, Chair Dept. Education, Rhode Island College
149
NELMS and Parents
Dr. James Garvin, Ex. Director
142
National Assoc. of Middle Schools
Dr. Conrad Toepfer, President
141
New England League of Middle Schools
Dr. James Garvin, Executive Director & Arvid Anderson, President
138
Self Esteem in Children
Dr. Bob Brooks, Psychologist, Author, Lecturer
129
Reading Aloud to Children
Jim Trelease, READ ALOUD HANDBOOK
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