: Adolescence, School Attainment, and Parent-Child Relations in Italian Immigrant Families of New Haven, 1900-1940," History of Education Quarterly, 38 (Spring 1998), 49.
What does HEQ stand for?
HEQ stands for History of Education Quarterly
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of HEQ
We have 5 other meanings of HEQ in our Acronym Attic
- Hybrid Extreme Point Tabu Search (algorithm)
- Higher Education Policy Unit (University of Leeds; UK)
- Hydraulic-Electric Power Unit (mobile robots)
- Hierarchical Encoded Path View
- Health Education Quarterly
- High End Quartz (watches)
- High Environmental Quality (environmental management)
- Higher Education Qualifications (UK)
- Hispanic Executive Quarterly (publication)
- Histogram Equalization (speech recognition)
- HoofBeats Equitation Association
- Higher Education Quality Assessment Council (Estonia)
- Higher Education Quality Committee (South Africa)
- Higher Education Quality Council
- Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (Canada)
- Higher Education: Quality and Employability (UK)
- Higher Education Quality Evaluation Centre (Riga, Latvia)
- Higher Education Qualifications Framework (South African Council on Higher Education; Pretoria, South Africa)
- High-Efficiency Q-Band MMIC Power Amplifier
- Atlantic Herring (FAO fish species code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Educational Messages in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Genre Painting," History of Education Quarterly 36 (1996): 163-190; Dekker and Groenendijk "The Republic of God".
Anderson traces the efforts to hire African American faculty in northern universities in post-World War II America in "Race, Meritocracy, and the American Academy during the Immediate Post-World War II Era," History of Education Quarterly 33 (Summer 1993): 151-75.
For an interpretation of the sex education movement that emphasizes the continuity of self-control as a theme in American sexual life, see Bryan Strong, "Ideas of the Early Sex Education Movement in America, 1890-1920," History of Education Quarterly 11 (Summer, 1972): 129-161.