David Spayd, Ph.D.
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Vol 1, No 1001 (2014)
Table of Contents
|The Transition of African Refugee Students into the American Education System: The Way Forward|
|Edwin Mogaka, Mercella Shinkevich|
|Assessing Assessment for Learning: Reconsidering the policy and practice|
|Kenyan Immigrant Students in United States: Why Some Succeed|
|Information Processing and Memory: Theory and Applications|
|William Spencer, Mercella Shinkevich|
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