Founded in 2017, the Journal of Knowledge and Practice is committed to building new kinds of knowledge communities, innovative in their media and forward thinking in their messages.

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A Reexamination and Critique of Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory:  A Contemporary Critique and New Theories for Assessing the Black Male Experience

A Reexamination and Critique of Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory: A Contemporary Critique and New Theories for Assessing the Black Male Experience

Race to the Top (RttT) is a federal program designed to promote competition between states to reform and innovate K-12 education programs; states that make substantial progress in raising standards receive Federal Government grant money. To many scholars and practitioners, the limitations of George W. Bush’s No Child Left Behind necessitated RttT, and this new initiative has been valued for revolutionizing the reform efforts of K-12 schools across the nation.

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Investigating Superintendent Perceptions in Florida:   The Advent of New Teacher Evaluation Systems

Investigating Superintendent Perceptions in Florida: The Advent of New Teacher Evaluation Systems

Race to the Top (RttT) is a federal program designed to promote competition between states to reform and innovate K-12 education programs; states that make substantial progress in raising standards receive Federal Government grant money. To many scholars and practitioners, the limitations of George W. Bush’s No Child Left Behind necessitated RttT, and this new initiative has been valued for revolutionizing the reform efforts of K-12 schools across the nation.

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Pre-Service Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy during an International Professional Practicum Experience 

Pre-Service Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy during an International Professional Practicum Experience 

This research project measured the self-efficacy of preservice teachers before and after they completed their teacher education professional practicum experience during a study abroad experience. The Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy Scale (Tschannen-Moran & Woolfolk Hoy, 2001) was administered prior to the pre-service teachers’ professional practicum experience and after the experience had ended. Follow-up interviews were conducted at the conclusion of the experience…

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