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Academic research and researchers, Brew, Angela, and Lucas Lisa , 2009, Buckingham, England; New York, p.229, (2009)
Academically gifted African American male college students, Bonner, Fred A. , 2010, Santa Barbara, Calif., p.217, (2010)

"At a time when so many studies of African American students focus on the factors of failure, Academically Gifted African American Male College Students fills a conspicuous void in the research literature on postsecondary education by focusing on success. Like no other work before it, this remarkable study goes deep inside the experiences of academically gifted African American men who successfully navigate their way through rigorous college-level programs.

Access and equity : comparative perspectives, Eggins, Heather , Global perspectives on higher education ; v. 20, 2010, Rotterdam ; Boston, p.169, (2010)
Access at the crossroads : learning assistance in higher education, Arendale, David R., Ward Kelly, and Wolf-Wendel Lisa , ASHE higher education report ; v. 35, no. 6, 2010, San Francisco. Calif.; Hoboken, N.J., p.145, (2010) Abstract
Access, equity, and capacity in Asia-Pacific higher education, Neubauer, Deane E., and Tanaka Yoshiro , International & development education, 2011, Volume 1st, New York, p.232, (2011) Abstract
The accidental adventures of India McAllister, Agell, Charlotte , 2010, Volume 1st, New York, p.151, (2010) Abstract

Lexile measure 690; Ages 8-11; Book level 4.2

Accidents of nature, Johnson, Harriet McBryde , 2006, Volume 1st, New York, p.229, (2006) Abstract

Lexile measure 690; Ages 12 and up; Book level 4.5

Accountability Frankenstein: Understanding and Taming the Monster, Dorn, Sherman , (2007)

"To understand the current moment in school accountability, one must understand the larger contradictions in education politics. Accountability Frankenstein provides a broader perspective on the school accountability debate by exploring the contradictions inherent in high-stakes testing. Accountability Frankenstein explains the historical and social origins of test-based accountability: the political roots of accountability, why we trust test scores while we distrust teachers, the assumptions behind formulaic accountability systems, and the weaknesses with the current carrot-and-stick approach to motivating teachers. Accountability Frankenstein answers the questions of educators and parents who want to understand the origins of accountability. This book challenges the beliefs of fierce advocates and opponents of highstakes testing. It provides a rescue plan for accountability after the failures of high-stakes testing, a plan to make accountability smart, democratic, and real."

Accountability in American higher education, Carey, Kevin, and Schneider Mark , Education policy Palgrave Macmillan Firm, 2010, Volume 1st, New York, p.355, (2010)
Accountability in higher education : global perspectives on trust and power, Stensaker, Bjørn, and Harvey Lee , International studies in higher education ; v. 5, 2011, New York, p.270, (2011) Abstract