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The purpose of this research was to assess the use of the General
Educational Development Tests (GED) as an alternative high school
credential in Oregon. A study was conducted of 469 Oregon GED
recipients' and 646 private sector employers' perceptions of the GED.
Both quantitative and qualitative measurements were used...
The primary purpose of this research study was to determine whether
significant differences occurred in the amount of knowledge achieved as
a result of using Braille or compressed speech as learning modes.
Biographic/demographic characteristics such as present age, highest
educational level achieved, age at loss of vision, age at initial...
This study compared existing Oregon elementary school physical
education facilities and equipment with those facilities and equipment
items perceived to be essential for a quality physical education program
by nationally selected physical education specialists.
A survey form was mailed to 110 national educators proposed by
state directors of...
Emerging infectious diseases in wild animals threaten global biodiversity as well as domestic animal and human health. Their unprecedented increase in conjunction with anthropogenically induced range shifts of endemic pathogens exposes hosts to novel parasite combinations, lending urgency to research on disease dynamics in wildlife systems. In natural populations, hosts...