Alberta Journal of Educational Research

The Alberta Journal of Educational Research (AJER) is a quarterly journal, published in Canada, devoted to the dissemination, criticism, interpretation, and encouragement of all forms of systematic enquiry into education and fields related to or associated with education.

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Vol 64, No 3 (2018): Fall 2018

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Published on-line: 24 October 2018

Table of Contents

Editorial

Issue 64.3 Front Matter
AJER Editor
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Issue 64.3 Table of Contents
AJER Editor
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Editorial Note—Looking Back: Wondering Forward
Gregory P. Thomas
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i-ii

ARTICLES

Blaine E. Hatt, Rob Graham
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231-248
Jodi Howick, David Schmaus
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249-263
Hong Fu, Tim Hopper, Kathy Sanford
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264-286
Anne Murray-Orr, Elizabeth Munroe
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287-303
Karen S. Acton
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304-317

RESEARCH NOTES

Postgraduate International Students’ Living and Learning Experience at a Public University in British Columbia
Luis Miguel Dos Santos
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318-321
Dominican Female Undergraduate Engineering Students: Experiences and Self-Efficacy Enhancement
Abraham Barouch
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322-326
Discourse and Difference: An Initial Examination of Aboriginal Education Policy in Ontario
Lorenzo Cherubini
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327-329
A Policy Discourse Analysis of Academic Probation in Dominican Universities
Abraham Barouch-Gilbert
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330-333

BOOK REVIEWS

Understanding School Choice in Canada (2016), by Lynn Bosetti and Dianne Gereluk
Casey Jakubowski
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334-340