Vol 22 (2014)

This issue contains 5 articles exploring the current state of Qualitative Inquiry in educational research.

Table of Contents


Measuring Internal Educational Equity: Application to Latin America 1
María Marta Formichella
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“We Brought It Upon Ourselves”: University-Based Teacher Education and the Emergence of Boot-Camp-Style Routes to Teacher Certification 2
Daniel Friedrich
Opening the “black box”: Organizational differences between charter schools and traditional public schools. 3
Xin Wei, Deepa Patel, Viki M Young
It’s Not Education by Zip Code Anymore – But What is It? Conceptions of Equity under the Common Core 4
Mindy Laura Kornhaber, Kelly Griffith, Alison Tyler
Focusing on Short-term Achievement Gains Fails to Produce Long-term Gains 5
David W Grissmer, John A Beekman, David R Ober
Evaluating the Validity of Portfolio Assessments for Licensure Decisions 6
Mark Wilson, P J Hallam, Raymond L. Pecheone, Pamela A. Moss
How do you analyze the influence of international actors and ideas in the making of national education policies? A proposed framework and its application to a case from El Salvador 12
D. Brent Edwards Jr.
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How Ready are Postsecondary Institutions for Students who are d/Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing? 13
Stephanie Washbourn Cawthon, Sarah Joanna Schoffstalll, Carrie Lou Garberoglio
Adverse Impact of Racial Isolation on Student Performance: A Study in North Carolina 14
Andy Sharma, Ann Moss Joyner, Ashley Osment
How useful is the evaluation of teaching? An exploratory study on students’ beliefs 15
Jose-Maria Ernesto Garcia Garduno
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Measuring Competition: Inconsistent definitions, inconsistent results. 16
Matthew Allen Linick
Teaching approaches of university professors in Mexico 17
Etty Haydee Estévez Nenninger, Claudia Gabriela Arreola Olivarría, Angel Alberto Valdés Cuervo
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Achievement at whose expense? A literature review of test-based grade retention policies in U.S. school 18
Andrew Prescott Huddleston
Does Money bring happiness? The relationship between inputs and quality in education 19
José Marcelino de Rezende Pinto
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Evolving Statewide Transfer Policies: Persistent Efforts in a Climate of Workforce Development among Massachusetts Community Colleges 20
Daniel de la Torre Jr., Ryan S. Wells

Qualitative Inquiry

Qualitative Inquiry in an Age of Educationalese 7
Gustavo Enrique Fischman, Adai Tefera
What If Educational Inquiry Were Neither a Social Science Nor a Humanities Field? Revisiting Joseph Schawb’s “The Practical” in the Aftermath of the Science Wars 8
Robert Donmoyer
Scaling Down: A Modest Proposal for Practice-based Policy Research in Teaching 9
Frederick Erickson
“To Give Good Science”: Doing Qualitative Research in the Afterward 10
Patti Lather
Qualitative research as policy knowledge: Framing policy problems and transforming education from the ground up 11
Michael Dumas, Gary L. Anderson

Nuevas Perspectivas sobre el Curriculum Escolar

School knowledge, science, institution and democracy 21
Jesús Romero Morante
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Social Epistemology, the Reason of “Reason” and the Curriculum Studies 22
Thomas Popkewitz
Genealogía y cambio conceptual. Educación, historia y memoria 23
Raimundo Cuesta Fernández
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Is school curriculum still relevant in digital culture? Debates and challenges on contemporary cultural authority 24
Inés Dussel
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The School Curriculum from the World Society Theory: Review and Outlook 25
Fernanda Astiz
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