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1. College-Rradiness of Asian American Students and of White Students: A Statewide Study
George W. Moore, Sheila A. Joyner, Cynthia Martinez-Garcia, and John R. Slate (pp. 237-244)

2. Teachers Conducting Research: From Apprehension to Fearless!
Ana Gil Garcia (pp. 245-262)

3. Teaching Efficacy- An Exploration of Two Instruments
Sarah Huisman (pp. 263-278)

4. New approaches in education: didactic proposal based on features of successful media
Javier Fombona Cadavieco, Alberto Fernandez Costales, and Maria Angeles Pascual Sevillano (pp. 279-292)

5. Trainers in the Professional Field. The Ulysses of the Journey to Ithaca.
María C. Medina Domínguez (pp. 293-301)

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