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Articles

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
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Opening the “black box”: Organizational differences between charter schools and traditional public schools. 3
Xin Wei, Deepa Patel, Viki M Young
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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
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Evaluating the Validity of Portfolio Assessments for Licensure Decisions 6
Mark Wilson, P J Hallam, Raymond L. Pecheone, Pamela A. Moss
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Focusing on Short-term Achievement Gains Fails to Produce Long-term Gains 5
David W Grissmer, John A Beekman, David R Ober
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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
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Adverse Impact of Racial Isolation on Student Performance: A Study in North Carolina 14
Andy Sharma, Ann Moss Joyner, Ashley Osment
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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
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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
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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
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Educating for science. Elements to define an education policy that supports the training of scientists. The case of Mexico. 35
Francisco Javier Segura Mojica, Hugo Alejandro Borjas García
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The Media Got it Wrong! A Critical Discourse Analysis of Changes to the Educational Policy Making Arena 36
Peter Piazza
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Contributions to the history of teacher unionism in Portugal: From study groups to the assertion and crisis of the teacher union movement 37
Manuel Tavares
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Embodiment and educational policy sense making 38
Augusto Riveros
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Latin America in unstable and uncertain contexts: Analysis and perspectives about education and work for the new generations. 39
Pablo Aparicio Castillo
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Historical Trends in Educational Decentralization in the United States and Developing Countries: A Periodization and Comparison in the Post-WWII Context 40
D. Brent Edwards Jr., David DeMatthews
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Academic bodies, resources and forced collegiality 68
Cesar Silva Montes, Alberto Castro Valles
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National Affiliation or Local Representation: When TFA Alumni Run for School Board 69
Rebecca Jacobsen, Tamara Wilder Linkow
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The Performing School: The Effects of Market & Accountability Policies 70
Alejandra Falabella
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The Development and Implementation of a National, Standards-based, Multi-method Teacher Performance Assessment System in Chile 71
Sandy Taut, Yulan Sun
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Understanding How Universal Vouchers Have Impacted Urban School Districts’ Enrollment in Chile 72
Jaime Portales, Julian Vasquez Heilig
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Reward for fulfillment of goals: the case of some incentives to partially state-funded Chilean universities 73
Carlos H. Wörner
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New medical programs as a symbol: between academic legitimacy and market signaling 74
Enrique Fernandez Darraz, Andres Bernasconi
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The real weight of college loans. The issue of young debtors of the Corfo undergraduate school loan in Santiago de Chile 75
Lorena Perez-Roa
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Chasing the European Dream: Unaccompanied African Youths’ Educational Experience in a Canary Islands’ Reception Centre and Beyond 76
Valérie Auger-Voyer, Martha Montero-Sieburth, Lidia Cabrera Perez
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Accountability for College and Career Readiness: Developing a New Paradigm 86
Linda Darling-Hammond, Gene Wilhoit, Linda Pittenger
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Stigma without Sanctions: The (Lack of) Impact of Private School Vouchers on Student Achievement 87
Daniel H. Bowen, Julie R. Trivitt
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The Use of Online Strategies and Social Media for Research Dissemination in Education 88
Amanda Cooper
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Knowledge Utility: From Social Relevance to Knowledge Mobilization 89
Judith C. Naidorf
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Inequitable dispersion: Mapping the distribution of highly qualified teachers in St. Louis metropolitan public elementary schools 90
Lyndsie Marie Schultz
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Evaluating the recession’s impact on state school finance systems 91
Bruce D. Baker
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How Consistent are Course Grades? An Examination of Differential Grading 92
Samuel Rauschenberg
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Measures of another gaze... About the materiality of the space of daycare centers and the constitution of a place for infants 93
Luciane Pandini Simiano
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The construction of the school curriculum: reflections about cultural difference 94
Maria de Lourdes Rangel Tura, Talita Vidal Pereira
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The Stability of Teacher Performance and Effectiveness: Implications for Policies Concerning Teacher Evaluation 95
Grant B. Morgan, Kari J. Hodge, Tonya M. Trepinksi, Lorin W. Anderson
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Modeling College Graduation GPA Considering Equity in Admissions: Evidence from the University of Puerto Rico 96
Horacio Matos-Diaz, Dwight Garcia
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Anticipating and Incorporating Stakeholder Feedback when Developing Value-Added Models 97
Ryan Balch, Cory Koedel
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Houston, We Have a Problem: Teachers Find No Value in the SAS Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS®) 98
Clarin Collins
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The European Union and the genesis of the space of cooperation in higher education and academic recognition community 99
Facundo Solanas
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Sorting out the signal: Do multiple measures of teachers’ effectiveness provide consistent information to teachers and principals? 100
Katharine O. Strunk, Tracey L. Weinsten, Reino Makkonen
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Assessing Admission Criteria for Early and Mid-Career Students: Evidence from a U.S. MPA Program 101
Rajeev Darolia, Stephanie Potochnick, Charles E. Menifield
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Paradigms, Power, and PR in New York City: Assessing Two School Accountability Implementation Efforts 114
Craig Peck
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Internationalization of higher education: A study with fellows students of a higher education institution in Brazil 122
Andrelina Pimentel de Sena, Fátima Regina Ney Matos, Diego de Queiroz Machado, Augusto Marcos Carvalho de Sena
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What makes teachers satisfied with their profession? 123
Daniel Capistrano, Ana Carolina Cirotto
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Qualitative Inquiry

Qualitative Inquiry in an Age of Educationalese 7
Gustavo Enrique Fischman, Adai Tefera
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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
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Scaling Down: A Modest Proposal for Practice-based Policy Research in Teaching 9
Frederick Erickson
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“To Give Good Science”: Doing Qualitative Research in the Afterward 10
Patti Lather
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Qualitative research as policy knowledge: Framing policy problems and transforming education from the ground up 11
Michael Dumas, Gary L. Anderson
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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
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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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The Future of Educational Research Journals

The Future of Education Research Journals: Challenges and responses 26
David Post
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Significance: U.S. Blind Spots in Judging Research 27
Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt
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Local Knowledge When Ranking Journals: Reproductive Effects and Resistant Possibilities 28
Suresh Canagarajah
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The SSCI Syndrome in Taiwan’s Academia 29
Chuing Prudence Chou
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Ranking Regime and the Future of Vernacular Scholarship 30
Mayumi Ishikawa
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Ranking Regimes and the Production of Knowledge in Academia: (Re)shaping Faculty Work? 31
Leslie D Gonzales, Anne-Marie Núñez
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Strategies and tactics in academic knowledge production by multilingual scholars 32
Mary Jane Curry, Theresa M Lillis
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The Influence of Rankings and Incentive Systems on Academic Publishing in South African Universities 33
Crain Soudien
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Scientific Journals of Universities of Chile, Colombia, and Venezuela: Actors and Roles 34
Jorge Enrique Delgado Troncoso
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Revista de Política Educativa

Globalised, Commodified and Privatised: current international trends in education and education policy 41
Stephen J. Ball
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State regulation and educational segregation in the Province of Buenos Aires 42
Cecilia Veleda
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The middle schools role in the production of social inequalities 43
Ines Dussel
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Education and Social Cohesion in Latin America: a micro-political Perspective 44
Silvina Gvirtz, Jason Beech
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Sexuality and School. Possible Programmatics perspectives 45
Catalina Wainerman, Natalia Chami
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The Giants Awake: The Present and Future of Higher Education Systems in China and India 46
Philip Altbach
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Faculty in Argentine National Universities. Obstacles to Faculty Career 47
Ana García de Fanelli, Marina Moguillansky
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Information Technologies and Educational Inequality in Latin America 48
Juan Carlos Tedesco
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La generación interactiva en Argentina: niños y adolescentes ante las pantallas 49
Xavier Bringué Sala, Charo Sádaba Chalezquer, Alejandro Artopoulos
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The agency costs in university institutions: an analytical model for its evaluation 102
Marcelo Rabossi
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Student records in the construction of student’s problems 103
Silvina Cimolai
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Meanings of “Ubiquitous Learning” 104
Nicholas C. Burbules
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Participation in learning assessments in the developing world, 1960-2009 105
David H. Kamens, Aaron Benavot
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Motivation, organization and career teachers: the Italian case 106
Giuseppe Bertola, Daniele Checchi
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An exceptional deal. Affirmative everyday action at the National University of Cuyo 107
Germán Fernández Vavrik
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The production and publication of statistical information on education in Argentina. Elements for a diagnosis 108
Belen Sánchez
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School drop-out in urban high schools in Argentina: New indicators for planning education inclusion policies 109
Cora Steinberg
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Teacher’s Training for Educational Quality Teaching 110
Andrea Alliaud
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Interactions between teacher unions and state in the Province of Buenos Aires during the 2000-2007 period 111
Annie Mulcahy
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Home, Pre-school and Primary school influences upon children’s educational attainment at age 11 112
Edward Melhuish, Pam Sammons, Kathy Sylva, Iram Siraj-Blatchford, Brenda Taggart
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Migration, educational policies & practices: Constructing difference in Buenos Aires & in Madrid 113
Jason Beech, Ana Bravo-Moreno
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Politics, Policies, and Practices of Coaching and Mentoring Programs

Charting the Research on the Policies and Politics of Coaching 50
Sarah Woulfin
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Principals’ Sensemaking of Coaching for Ambitious Reading Instruction in a High-Stakes Accountability Policy Environment 51
Lindsay Clare Matsumura, Elaine Wang
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Building Teachers’ Data-use Capacity: Insights from Strong and Developing Coaches 52
Alice Huguet, Julie A Marsh, Caitlin Farrell
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A Look Inside Mathematics Coaching: Roles, Content, and Dynamics 53
Rejoice Mudzimiri, Elizabeth A. Burroughs, Jennifer Luebeck, John Sutton, David Yopp
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Understanding Relationship: Maximizing the Effects of Science Coaching 54
Ruth Anderson, Sue Feldman, Jim Minstrell
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What Would it Cost to Coach Every New Principal? An Estimate Using Statewide Personnel Data 55
Chad R. Lochmiller
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Capacity Building and Districts’ Decision to Implement Coaching Initiatives 56
Melinda M. Mangin
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DE-MARGINALIZING SCIENCE IN THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM BY COACHING TEACHERS TO ADDRESS PERCEIVED DILEMMAS 57
Alissa Berg, Felicia M. Mensah
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Educação de Jovens e Adultos; aprendizagem no século 21

The many inventions of the EJA 58
Sandra Regina Sales, Jane Paiva
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Languages and experiences in Youth and Adult Education 59
Marcia Soares Alvarenga
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Comparisons between education offerings for youth and adults with a focus on youth: profiles and spaces 60
Eliane Ribeiro, Luiz Carlos Souza, Maria Virgínia de Freitas
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Education for Youth and Adults: enchantment and permanency at school 61
Dóris Maria Luzzardi Fiss, Jeferson Ventura Machado
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Popular Education: A collective construction from the South and bottom up 62
Marco Raúl Mejia J.
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The school attendance in Education for Youth and Adults: discursive categorization proposed research from 1998 to 2012 Brazil 63
Gerson Tavares Carmo, Cintia Tavares Carmo
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Collaborative Research: The face of Youth and Adult Education research and the subjects implications 64
Marinaide Lima de Queiroz Freitas, Nadja Naira Aguiar Ribeiro
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Work, Education and Human Emancipation Humana: Affirming Youth and Adult Education as a right 65
Maria Clara Bueno Fischer, Ana Cláudia Ferreira Godinho
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The recognition of Youth and Adult Education specificities: constitution and organization of YAE programs 66
Leoncio José Gomes Soares, Rafaela Carla e Silva Soares
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Educators of Urban ProJovem: Who are these young actors of youth and adult education? 67
Diógenes Pinheiro, Luiz Carlos Gil Esteve, Miguel Farah Neto
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Educação especial: diferenças, currículo e processos de ensino e aprendizagem

Special Education: policies and teaching-learning processes 77
Marcia Denise Pletsch, Geovana Mendonça Mendes Lunardi
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The deployment of inclusive education programs in a Brazilian municipality: the guarantee of an effective teaching-learning process? 78
Andressa Santos Rebelo, Mônica de Carvalho Magalhães Kassar
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Influence of researcher's social representations in analysis of interviews: a study in the field of special education 79
Eduardo José Manzini, Rosana Glat
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Curriculum and school knowledge in contemporary society: challenges for the education of people with disabilities 80
Geovana Mendonça Lunardi Mendes, Fabiany Cassia Silva
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The schooling of people with intellecutal disabilities in Brazil: from insitutionalization to policies of inclusion 81
Marcia Denise Pletsch
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Policies and practices of inclusive education: conditions and contradictions in the daily life of a primary school 82
Flávia Faissal Souza, Débora Dainez, Ana Luiza Bustamante Smolka, Roberta Gomes Scian, Cristina Hulshof
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Alternative Communication beyond Assistive Technologies 83
Leila Regina Nunes, Catia Crivelenti de Figueiredo Walter
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Autism: early childhood education as an intervention scenario 84
Débora Nunes, Eliana Rodrigues Araújo
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Interface between EJA and Special Education: the teacher and the inclusion of young people and adults with intellectual disabilities 85
Mariele Angélica de Souza Freitas, Juliane Ap. de Paula Perez Campos
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Comparative and international history of school accountability

Towards a Comparative and International History of School Testing and Accountability 115
Sherman Dorn, Christian Ydesen
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The Global Transformation Toward Testing for Accountability 116
William C. Smith
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Desegregation, Accountability, and Equality: North Carolina and the Nation, 1971-2002 117
Scott Baker, Anthony Myers, Brittany Vasquez
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Nineteenth-Century World’s Fairs as Accountability Systems: Scopic Systems, Audit Practices and Educational Data 118
Noah W. Sobe, David T. Boven
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Testing Like William the Conqueror: Cultural and Instrumental Uses of Examinations 119
Sherman Dorn
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Accountability Practices in the History of Danish Primary Public Education from the 1660s to the Present 120
Christian Ydesen, Karen E. Andreasen
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The Development of Educational Accountability in China and Denmark 121
Palle Rasmussen, Yihuan Zou
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