|Other author/creator||Nugent, Gwen C., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Kunz, Gina M., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Sheridan, Susan M. editor.|
|Other author/creator||Glover, Todd A., editor.|
|Other author/creator||Knoche, Lisa L., editor.|
||Introduction: current state of the science in rural education research -- Multidisciplinary perspectives to advance rural education research -- Defining and communicating rural -- Partnership-based approaches in rural education research -- Recruiting rural schools for education research: challenges and strategies -- Methodology challenges and cutting edge design for rural education research -- The effectiveness of e-coaching in rural science classrooms -- Accelerating the mathematical development of young Navajo children -- Investigating teacher professional development with distance coaching to promote students' response to reading intervention in rural schools -- Rural language and literacy connections: an integrated approach to supporting low-income preschool children's language and literacy development -- Rural parenting: cumulative risk and parenting process -- The effects of rurality on parents' engagement in children's early literacy -- Improving education outcomes for American Indian children: community and family influences on rural student academic success -- Family-school partnerships in rural communities: benefits, exemplars, and future research -- Future direction for rural education research: a commentary and call to action.
||This work outlines our current research knowledge base and maps a future research agenda for maximizing the educational experiences and achievement of rural K-12 students and their families and educators in the United States. It also explores the needs, opportunities and realities associated with translating research to the arenas of practice and policy.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references.|