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How to Use the Encyclopedia.
1: Adult Education.
2: Adult Education Overview.
3: Adult Education – Adult Learning, Instruction and Program Planning.
4: Adult Learning.
5: Adult Learning and Instruction: Transformative Learning Perspectives.
6: Adult Learning in a Biographic Perspective.
7: Adult Learning, Instruction and Programme Planning: Insights from Freire.
8: Characteristics of Adult Learning.
9: Informal Learning: A Contested Concept.
10: Organizational Learning.
11: Program Planning.
12: Workplace Learning Frameworks.
13: Adult Education – As a Field of Study.
14: Class Analysis in Adult Education.
15: Gender Analysis.
16: Race and Ethnicity in the Field of Adult Education.
17: Trends in Workplace Learning Research.
18: Adult Education – Concepts.
19: Lifelong Learning.
20: Rewriting the History of Adult Education: The Search for Narrative Structures.
21: Adult Education – Domains and Provision.
22: Adult Basic Education: A Challenge for Vocational Based Learning.
23: Adult Literacy Education.
24: Citizenship and Immigrant Education.
25: Community Based Adult Education.
26: Continuing Professional Education: Multiple Stakeholders and Agendas.
27: Financing of Adult and Lifelong Learning.
28: Labor Education.
29: Learning Cities and Regions.
30: Museums as Sites of Adult Learning.
31: Overview of Lifelong Learning Policies and Systems.
32: Popular Adult Education.
33: Provision of Prior Learning Assessment.
34: The Age of Learning: Seniors Learning.
35: University Adult Continuing Education: The Extra-Mural Tradition Revisited.
36: Adult Education – Economy and Society.
37: Adult Education and Civil Society.
38: Adult Education and Nation-Building.
39: Economic Outcomes of Adult Education and Training.
40: Health and Adult Learning.
41: Modernization Processes and the Changing Function of Adult Learning.
42: The Political Economy of Adult Education.
43: Wider Benefits of Adult Education.
44: Adult Education – Participation.
45: Barriers to Participation in Adult Education.
46: Participation in Adult Learning.
47: Comparative Education.
48: Comparative and International Education: English-Language Scholarly Publications.
49: Comparative Education: Philosophical Issues and Concepts.
50: Comparative Education: Societies and Associations.
51: Curriculum Development.
52: Curriculum and Religion.
53: Gender and Curriculum.
54: Local Teacher-Based Curriculum Development.
55: Curriculum Development – Contexts.
56: Curriculum and Human Rights.
57: Curriculum and the Education of Cultural and Linguistic Minorities.
58: Curriculum in Postcolonial Contexts.
59: Curriculum, Economic and Cultural Development.
60: Globalization and Curriculum.
61: Popular Culture.
62: Curriculum Development – Evaluation and Research.
63: An Overview of Research in Curriculum Inquiry.
64: Curriculum Evaluation: Approaches and Methodologies.
65: Curriculum Studies, Discourse Analysis, and the Construction of Historical Time.
66: Curriculum Use in the Classroom.
67: The Roots and Routes of Teacher-Based Action Research and Curriculum Inquiry: An Historical Perspective.
68: Curriculum Development – Planning and Development.
69: Curriculum and Syllabus Design.
70: Curriculum and the Publishing Industry.
71: Curriculum and Teacher Change.
72: Curriculum Governance and Planning.
73: Curriculum Planning and Systems Change.
74: Curriculum, Digital Resources and Delivery.
75: Textbook Development and Selection.
76: Curriculum Development – Subject Matter.
77: Curriculum and Globalization: Higher Education.
78: Curriculum Development as Subject Matter: Social Studies.
79: Curriculum Development in the Area of Reading.
80: Curriculum in the Arts.
81: Curriculum: Foreign Language Learning.
82: First Language Learning.
83: Learning a Second Language in First Language Environments.
86: Physical Education and Sports.
87: Primary and Elementary/Middle Grades Reading.
89: Curriculum Development – Theory.
90: Bilingual Learning (Learning L1 and L2 in an L1 and L2 Environment).
91: Curriculum and Complex Systems Theory.
92: Curriculum and Constructivism.
93: Curriculum and Critical Theory.
94: Curriculum and Poststructuralist Theory.
95: Curriculum and Structuralist Sociology: The Theory of Codes and Knowledge Structures.
96: Curriculum Reform.
97: Early Childhood Curriculum and Developmental Theory.
98: Demography and Social Change.
99: An Evaluation Framework for E-Learning Effectiveness in the Arab World.
100: Globalization and Social Justice in Higher Education.
101: Racial Inequality and the Economic Payoffs of Higher Education.
102: School Health Education.
103: Demography and Social Change – Demography.
104: A Paradigm of Contradictions: Racism and Science Education.
105: Africana Studies: Past, Present and Future.
106: Beyond Black Nationalism to Black Internationalism: The Compelling Case for Examining Black Educational Challenges Globally.
107: Beyond Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Bias in Education Statistics.
108: Caste and Education in India.
109: Demography, Community, and the Education of Asian American and Pacific Islander Students.
110: Educational Attainment and Mortality Differentials.
111: Educational Opportunity and Latino/Chicano College Choice: New Findings, and Theoretical Perspectives.
112: Ethnic Minority Identity and Educational Outcomes in a Rising China.
113: Ethnic Studies and Women's Studies: From the Past to the Present, Providing a Space in the Academy for Scholarship Focused on the Histories and Experiences of Marginalized People.
114: Gender Equity in Higher Education: Challenges and Celebrations.
115: Locating Space and Place in the College Access Debate: New Tools for Mapping and Understanding Educational Inequity and Stratification.
116: Public Policy and Inequality in Postsecondary Opportunity: Educational Statistics and the Failure of Education Reform.
117: The Education of Indigenous Students.
118: The Health Advantages of Educational Attainment.
119: To Go or Not to Go: Access and Barriers to Ethnic Minority Participation in Higher Education Within the United Kingdom.
120: Universal Secondary Education and the Two-Tiered School System in the English-Speaking Caribbean.
121: Women of Color in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM): Refining the Concepts, Reframing the Issues.
122: Demography and Social Change – Social Change.
123: Educational Diversity in U.S. Law Schools.
124: Educational Reform.
125: Emergence of For-Profit Higher Education.
126: Engaged Education: Experiential Learning, Intensive Field Experiences, and Social Change.
127: Higher Education and Social Change in Mexico.
128: The Changing Role of the State in Higher Education.
129: The Role of the State in School Reform: Responding to Increasing Ethnic Diversity in Britain*.
130: Transforming Mindsets through Education for Sustainable Development.
131: Demography and Social Change – Sociology.
132: Achievement Motivation in Ethnic Minority Youth.
133: Affirmative Action and Higher Education in Brazil.
134: Black in White: Black Students at White and Black Colleges.
135: Bologna Process: On the way to a Common European Higher Education Area.
136: Critical Race Theory in Education Research.
137: Cultural Diversification and Japanese Education: Social Constructions of the New Diversity.
138: Education in War Countries: A Disempowerment of Society.
139: Educational Attainments of U.S. Black Males and Females: 1971 to 2003.
140: Educational Preparation: Fostering the Self-Efficacy and Resilience of Urban Adolescent Youth.
141: HIV Education for Low-Literate People: Transforming Students and Communities through Paulo Freire's Praxis and the Pedagogy of Action.
142: How Are Discussions of Interdisciplinary Studies Linked to Diversity Discourse?.
143: Identifying Patterns of Doctoral Attrition Across Academic Fields.
144: Male Underachievement in Education Across the Globe: A Shift in Paradigm for Gender Disparities Regarding Academic Achievement.
145: Noncognitive Measures for Higher Education Admissions.
146: Peace Education.
147: Remote Control: Africa's Development and Outflow to Developed Nations of Technical Talent.
148: Scholar-Baller®: Student Athlete Socialization, Motivation and Academic Performance in American Society.
149: Service-Learning and Diversity as Mediums to Foster Civic and Community Engagement in Undergraduates.
150: Success and Failure in Education and Criminal Justice: Identifying Common Mechanisms.
151: The History of Education: Race and Education.