Correlates of Texas Standard AP Charter Campuses and How They Compare with Standard AP Traditional Public Campuses Page: III
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First, I want to say thank you to my wife Kelly and my children Abigail, Jason and Isabel
for sacrificing time with their dad while I completed my doctoral coursework and dissertation.
Second, I have a debt of gratitude to Marilyn Muscanere for her multiple edits, attention to detail
and encouragement to finish, as well as to all my family and friends for their encouragement and
prayers, including Jim Anglea and Susanne Garner. Next, I am extremely grateful to Dr. Richard
Fossey, Dr. Jim Laney and Dr. John Brooks for their sagacious advice, insights and direction on
this research. Finally, I am exceedingly grateful to God for the direction to start the doctoral
program and the strength to complete it.
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