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INEQUITIES IN THE NUMBER OF DAYS ASSIGNED TO AN EXCLUSIONARY DISCIPLINE CONSEQUENCE AS A FUNCTION OF ETHNICITY/RACE AND ECONOMIC STATUS OF TEXAS MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS: A MULTIYEAR, STATEWIDE INVESTIGATION
Purpose The purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to ascertain the extent to which differences were present in the number of days students were assigned to an exclusionary discipline consequence as a function of ...
USE OF MICROPROPAGATION TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE GERMINATION SUCCESS IN SIX SPECIES OF CACTI
Cacti have been a major contributor to the ecosystem of desert fauna as a constant food source during dry seasons. However, this resource has reached a point of dwindling due to many human interferences. In situ conservative ...
Life After Death: How Olivewood's Cemetery Records Resurrect the History of Houston's Black Community
Cemeteries contribute to the tapestry of a community’s social history. Olivewood, the oldest incorporated African American cemetery in Houston, tells the stories of courage, struggle, joys, and the sorrows that contribute ...
Exclusionary Disciplinary Consequence Assignments of Middle School Students as a Function of Ethnicity/Race and Economic Status: A Texas Multiyear Investigation
Purpose The purpose of this journal-ready dissertation was to determine the extent to which differences were present in the reasons students were assigned an exclusionary discipline consequence (i.e., in-school suspension ...
EVALUATION OF LYTHRINE, AN ALKALOID FROM HEIMIA SALICIFOLIA, IN AN AVIAN MODEL OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION
The purpose of this thesis was to evaluate whether an acute exposure to lythrine, a naturally occurring alkaloid substance from Heimia salicifolia, has anxiolytic properties in a validated avian model of anxiety and ...
Corrupting Humanity: The Morale and Physical Well-Being of Civil War POW's in Texas
Between June 1863 and May 1865, almost seven thousand Union prisoners were held in two Confederate prisoner of war camps in Texas: Camp Groce near Hempstead, Texas, and Camp Ford near Tyler, Texas. While both camps had ...