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Articles

Looking Beyond School Walls: An Environmental Scan of Minneapolis Public Schools, 2004-2008 1
Nicola A. Alexander, Wonseok Choi
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Students’ acceptance of university institutions 3
Javier Calvo de Mora, María-Jesús Gallego-Arrufat, Francisco-J. Lamas, Pedro-Antonio García-López
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Bolivian Teachers’ Agency: Soldiers of Liberation or Guards of Coloniality and Continuation? 4
Mieke T. A. Lopes Cardozo
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Rethinking Institutional Secularization as an (Im)possible “Policy” 5
Ezequiel Gomez Caride
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Educational Expertise, Advocacy, and Media Influence 6
Joel R. Malin, Christopher Lubienski
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Public Policies and Strategies for the Development of Research in Argentine Private Universities 12
Cecilia Adrogue, Ángela Corengia, Ana García de Fanelli, María Pita Carranza
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The Common Sense as Experience of Democratic Construction: Studies in Schools in Contexts of Poverty in Chile 13
Silvia Redon Pantoja, José Félix Angulo Rasco, Natalia I. Vallejos
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Called to be Protagonists. Education Policy, Youth Mobilization and Participation of Secondary Education Students. Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2009-2014 18
Marina Larrondo
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Healthcare Education in Schools: A Curriculum Proposal Introduced Into Spanish Schools in the Name of Unchecked Development 19
Aida Terrón Bañuelos
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Spiral of Decline or “Beacon of Hope:” Stories of School Choice in a Dual Language School. 25
Timothy Marc Pearson, Jennifer R. Wolgemuth, Soria E. Colomer
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No Child Left Behind and Administrative Costs: A Resource Dependence Study of Local School Districts 26
Stephen R. Neely
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Expanding Downward: Innovation, Diffusion, and State Policy Adoptions of Universal Preschool 36
F. Chris Curran
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No Stone Left Unturned: Exploring the Convergence of New Capitalism in Inclusive Education in the U.S. 37
Federico R. Waitoller, Elizabeth B. Kozleski
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A Value-Added Study of Teacher Spillover Effects Across Four Core Subjects in Middle Schools 38
Kun Yuan
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Are Teachers Crucial for Academic Achievement? Finland Educational Success in a Comparative Perspective 39
Eduardo Andere
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Teachers’ Engagement with Educational Research: Toward a Conceptual Framework for Locally-Based Interpretive Communities 40
Sardar M. Anwaruddin
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On Doing an Analysis of Equity and Closing the Opportunity Gap 41
Deborah A. Verstegen
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Impacts of Arizona’s SB 1070 on Mexican American Students’ Stress, School Attachment, and Grades 42
Richard A. Orozco, Francesca López
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Identification of Elementary Teachers’ Risk for Stress and Vocational Concerns Using the National Schools and Staffing Survey 43
Richard G. Lambert, Christopher J. McCarthy, Paul G. Fitchett, Sally Lineback, Jenson Reiser
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Social Index of Educational Effectiveness: A New Approach from the Perspective of Promoting Equity 50
Ulisses Azevedo Leitão
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“Making the Difficult Choice”: Understanding Georgia’s Test-Based Grade Retention Policy in Reading 51
Andrew Prescott Huddleston
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School Objects? When New Characters Enter the Scene 52
Vera Lucia Gaspar da Silva, Lucia de Graca Cruz Dominues Amante
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School Processes and Internal Efficiency: What is the Relationship with the Academic Achievement in Mexican Vocational Schools? 53
Ademir Alfredo Ramirez-Zambrano, Francisco Justiniano Velasco-Arellanes, José Ángel Vera-Noriega
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Do Teacher-Coaches Make the Cut? The Effectiveness of Athletic Coaches as Math and Reading Teachers 54
Anna Jacob Egalite, Daniel H. Bowen, Julie R. Trivitt
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The Effectiveness of Mexico’s Faculty Improvement Program (Promep) in Public State Universities 55
Teresa Guzman, Cruz Alberto Martínez-Arcos
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Teachers and Curriculum Materials in the Teaching of Social and Natural Sciences. An Analysis on Andalusian Teachers’ Beliefs and Reflective Practice (Spain) 56
Gabriel Travé-González, Francisco José Pozuelos-Estrada, Antonio Soto-Rosales
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Ideas of Justice and Conflict: Differences between Regulations and Commitments of Coexistence and Youth Perception of Justice in Schools 57
Pedro Nuñez
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Are Dual Enrollment Students College Ready? Evidence from the Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education 58
Brian P. An, Jason L. Taylor
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Managing the Dynamics of the Bologna Reforms: How Institutional Actors Re-Construct the Policy Framework 59
Amelia Veiga, Guy Neave
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School Vouchers and Student Neighborhoods: Evidence from the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program 60
Deven E. Carlson, Joshua M. Cowen
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Measuring the Alignment between States’ Finance and Accountability Policies: The Opportunity Gap 61
Matthew R. Della Sala, Robert C. Knoeppel
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Do Algorithms Homogenize Students’ Achievements in Secondary School Better Than Teachers’ Tracking Decisions? 62
Florian Klapproth
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Examining English Language Arts Common Core State Standards Instruction through Cultural Historical Activity Theory 63
Jennifer Barrett-Tatum
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Repercussions of FUNDEF/FUNDEB on Initial Remuneration of Teachers from Pará’s State Public School System 64
Fabrício Aarão Freire Carvalho
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The Construction of the Pedagogic Political Project: Contributions of Collaborative Action Research 65
Dirléia Fanfa Sarmento, Cledes Antônio Casagrande
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Motivations for Internationalization of Higher Education: A Study of Multiple Cases in a Higher Education Denominational International System 66
Everson Muckenberger, Irene Kazumi Miura
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High and Low Value-Added Schools. Differential Profiles of Secondary Schools in Baja California (Mexico) 67
Maria Castro-Morera, Adán Moisés García-Medina, Luis Horacio Pedroza-Zuñiga, Joaquín Caso-Niebla
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Competency Curriculum Reform: The Experience in the Preparatorias Federales por Cooperacion 68
Cesar Silva Montes
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Mapping the Profit Motive: A Comparative Analysis of For-­Profit and Non-­Profit Charter Schools 69
William Brett Robertson
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The Influence of Multiple Administrations of a State Achievement Test on Passing Rates for Student Groups 70
Joseph F. T. Nese, Gerald Tindal, Joseph J. Stevens, Stephen N. Elliott
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Legitimacy in University Government: A New Typology 71
Andres Bernasconi, Paula Clasing
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Equity of Access to Higher Education: The “Class Rank” as a Mechanism of Inclusion in the Chilean Admission System 72
Daniel Casanova
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The Link of Teacher Career Paths on the Distribution of High Qualified Teachers: A Chilean Case Study 73
Maria del Rosario Rivero
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Educação especial: diferenças, currículo e processos de ensino e aprendizagem

Between Policies and Practices: The Challenges of Inclusive Education 27
Marcia Denise Pletsch, Geovana Mendonça Lunardi Mendes
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School Inclusion Policy and Curricular Practices: Teaching Strategies for Target Audience Conceptual Elaboration of Special Education 28
Regina Célia Linhares Hostins, Suelen Garay Figueiredo Jordão
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Continuing Education for Public Administrators in Special Education: Local Policy for School Inclusion 29
Denise Meyrelles de Jesus, Edson Pantaleão, Mariangela Lima de Almeida
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School Enrichment Activities as a Strategy to Contribute to the School Inclusion of Students With High Ability/Giftedness 30
Soraia Napoleão Freitas, Andréia Jaqueline Devalle Rech
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Assessment of Students with Intellectual Disabilities Literacy Condition in Inclusive Context 31
Anna Augusta Sampaio de Oliveira
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Comparative Study of School Inclusion Policy School for Students with Physical Disabilities in Three Brazilian Municipalities 32
Emanuele Teixeira Andrade, Enicéia Gonçalves Mendes
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Teachers in Specialized Education Support Services: Responsibilities and Impossibilities 33
Juliana Telles de Castro, Alexandre Fernandez Vaz
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Use of Graphic Systems in the Routine of Regular Classroom With a Disabled Student 34
Débora Deliberato, Leila Regina D’Oliveira Paula Nunes
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Special Education in Perspective: Implications for Articulated Teaching in High School and Technological 35
Fabiane Adela Tonetto Costas, Claucia Honnef
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Teach For All

Theorizing and Documenting the Spread of Teach For All and its Impact on Global Education Reform 44
Rolf Straubhaar, Daniel Friedrich
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Teach For All: Storytelling “Shared Solutions” and Scaling Global Reform 45
Chloe Ahmann
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Crème de la Crème: The Teach For All Experience and Its Lessons for Policy-Making in Latin America 46
Belen Cumsille R., Ariel Fiszbein
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Teach For America and Teach For All: Creating an Intermediary Organization Network for Global Education Reform 47
Priya Goel La Londe, T Jameson Brewer, Christopher A Lubienski
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Making All Children Count: Teach For All and the Universalizing Appeal of Data 48
Daniel Friedrich, Mia Walter, Erica Colmenares
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Commentaries

Issues of Teacher Performance Stability are Not New: Limitations and Possibilities 2
Thomas L. Good, Alyson L. Lavigne
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The Worst of Both Worlds: How U.S. and U.K. Models are Influencing Australian Education 49
Stephen Dinham
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A New Paradigm for Educational Accountability

Meaningful Learning in a New Paradigm for Educational Accountability: An Introduction 7
Linda Darling-Hammond, Jon Snyder
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A New Era for Educational Assessment 8
David Conley
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Assessment and Accountability to Support Meaningful Learning 9
Scott Marion, Paul Leather
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Superintendents’ Recommendations for a New Federal Framework for Educational Accountability 10
S. Dallas Dance
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Accountability Is More Than a Test Score 11
Stephan Turnipseed, Linda Darling-Hammond
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Professional Capacity and Accountability: An Introduction 14
Linda Darling-Hammond, Jon Snyder
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Professional Capital as Accountability 15
Michael Fullan, Santiago Rincón-Gallardo, Andy Hargreaves
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Professional Accountability for Improving Life, College, and Career Readiness 16
Jon Snyder, Travis Bristol
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A Coherent System of Teacher Evaluation for Quality Teaching 17
Accomplished California Teachers
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Accountability for Resources and Outcomes: An Introduction 20
Linda Darling-Hammond, Jon Snyder
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Resource accountability: Enforcing state responsibilities for sufficient and equitable resources used effectively to provide all students a quality education 21
David G. Sciarra, Molly A. Hunter
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California’s first year with local control finance and accountability 22
David Menefee-Libey, Charles Taylor Kerchner
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New accountability in California through local control funding reforms: The promise and the gaps 23
John T. Affeldt
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Fifty years later: A chance to get ESEA back on track 24
Joseph Bishop
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