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Journal of Early Education Law and Policy

VOLUME 2014
THE LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO
JOURNAL OF EARLY EDUCATION LAW AND POLICY

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  1. Reggio Emilia Teaching Techniques and Documentation within Chicago Public School Special Education
    by: Sara Bour
  2. The Need for Universal Preschool Education in Illinois
    by: Magda Derisma
  3. Illinois’s Future is the Children: Why funding early childhood education will not only push Illinois’ economy to the top but will play a role in paying down our debt
    by: Conor Desmond
  4. Cyberbullying: School Administrations Stuck Between a Rock and Cyberspace
    by: Amelia Canham Eaton
  5. Preschool Best Practices Are Best Practices
    by: Elise Harmening
  6. Encouraging Bilingualism in Early Childhood Education: A Focus on the Development of Metalinguistic Awareness and Preservation of Cultural Identity
    by: Sarah Jin
  7. The Argument for a Comprehensive National Health Curriculum in Public Schools
    by Andrea Jones
  8. Cell Phone Searches in Schools: The New Frontier
    by Andrea Klika
  9. Improving Education Financing in California: Why the Local Control Funding Formula a Step In the Right Direction
    by: Carol Lee
  10. Applying the Principles of Reggio Emilia in Business
    by: Sarah Moore
  11. To think Outside the Circle: How higher education killed creativity and the future of innovation
    by: Emily Morrison
  12. What Needs to Change in Order to End Cyber Bullying? Perception.
    by: Jeanne Murray
  13. THE SOCRATIC METHOD IS NOT OPTIMAL FOR LAW STUDENT LEARNING
    by: Jennifer Thurswell Radis
  14. The Importance of Free Early Childhood Education: Why children must have access to education at a young age, and theoretical gender differences in education therein and thereafter
    by Melissa Turk
  15. My Sister’s Keeper: The Importance of Addressing African-American Girls’ Opportunity Gaps
    by: Joan Williams
  16. Breaking and Preventing the Cycle of Underachievement: The Importance of Early Childhood Education for Hispanic Children In their Quest for Higher Education
    by: Katerin Zurita

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