Answered By: Kathleen Goldfarb
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 21

Go to our databases page (link below) and go to the Education page.

The All EBSCO Education databases should get you off to a good start. Be sure to limit your search by Full Text and Peer Reviewed.   A possible search might be 'high school college' (without the quotes)   After you do that search, you can then limit your search further by selecting appropriate subject limiters.  When you find articles that have the kind of information you are looking for, check the subjects that had been assigned to them.  That may give you some ideas of other words to use in your search.

ERIC is also a good database for Education topics, as is the Family Studies Abstracts.

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