WPA 29.3 (Spring 2006)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006)

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Frontmatter

Glau, Greg, Barry Maid, and Duane Roen. "Letter from the Managing Editors." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 8-9.

Butler, Paul. "Composition as Countermonument: Toward a New Space in Writing Classrooms and Curricula." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 11-25.

Brady, Laura. "A Greenhouse for Writing Program Change." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 27-43

Ritter, Kelly. "Extra-Institutional Agency and the Public Value of the WPA." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 45-64.

Peckham, Irvin. "Turning Placement into Practice." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 65-83.

Endres, William. "Communicative Strategies for Administrative Practices: Evaluating Weblogs, Their Benefits and Uses." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 85-106.

McLeod, Susan H.  "Review of A Field of Dreams: Independent Writing Programs and the Future of Composition Studies." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 107-10.

White, Edward M. "Review of The Outcomes Book: Debate and Consensus after the WPA Outcomes Statement." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 111-13.

Wiley, Mark. "Review of Preparing to Teach Writing: Research, Theory, and Practice." WPA: Writing Program Administration 29.3 (Spring 2006): 115-19.

Backmatter (Contributors and Announcements)

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