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Vol. 27 (2019)

Published: Jan 6, 2019

Troubling the master narrative of “grit”: Counterstories of Black and Latinx Students with dis/abilities during an era of “high-stakes” testing

Adai Tefera, David Hernández Saca, Ashlee Lester

The Texas special education cap: Exploration into the statewide delay and denial of support to students with disabilities

David E. DeMatthews, David S. Knight

Administrators’ unintentional sensegiving and system reform outcomes

Lok-Sze Wong

The resegregation of public schools? Examining Parents Involved in practice

Craig De Voto, Meredith L. Wronowski

Convivencia escolar policies in Latin America: Four perspectives for comprehension and action

Macarena Morales, Verónica López

State-level autonomy in the era of accountability: A comparative analysis of Virginia and Nebraska education policy through No Child Left Behind

Ryan Richard Ruff

Socioeconomic school segregation as a dimension of educational exclusion: Fifteen years of evolution in Latin America

Natalia Krüger

Legislating education policy and equity at the ballot box: A descriptive analysis of the prevalence and content of education ballot initiatives over time

Amy N. Farley

Effects of New Hampshire’s innovative assessment and accountability system on student achievement outcomes after three years

Carla M. Evans

Teacher job satisfaction by principal support and teacher cooperation: Results from the Schools and Staffing Survey

Amanda Olsen, Francis Huang

The school principal in Argentina: A key (yet) invisible actor. A study on regulations, work conditions and professional development of school principals in public schools

Claudia Romero, Gabriela Krichesky

The use of information in policy processes: Epistemological and decisional tensions in the National Policy of Educational Evaluation in Mexico

Liliana Valladares

Separate and Unequal – Title I and Teacher Quality

Elizabeth Iris Rivera Rodas

Schools as market-based clusters: Geospatial and statistical analysis of charter schools in Ohio

Elizabeth A. Gilblom, Hilla I. Sang

Some pennies are more equal than others: Inequitable school facilities investment in San Antonio, Texas

Marialena D. Rivera, Sonia Rey Lopez

Alignment between teacher performance standards and preschool curriculum

Edna Luna Serrano, Luis Horacio Pedroza Zuñiga, Perla Lizeth Cordova Valenzuela

Data-driven decision making in early education: Evidence From North Carolina’s Pre-K program

Michael Harris Little, Lora Cohen-Vogel, James Sadler, Becca Merrill

Effects of public policies on the preferences and orientation of the activities carried out by academics in STEM areas of IES de México

Edgar Oswaldo González Bello, Etty Haydeé Estévez Nenninger, Carlos Javier Del Cid García

Contextual dimensions and policy actors of food and nutrition education

Júlia Graciela de Souza, Marcia Regina Selpa Heinzle

Free higher education and its effects on access: Case of Ecuador

Jairo Rivera

A mixed-methods study: Districts’ implementation of language classification policies and the implications for male, Hispanic, and low-income middle school students

Marcela Reyes, Thurston Domina

Policies for school climate in an era of accountability

Paula Ascorra, Claudia Carrasco Aguilar, Verónica López, Macarena Morales

‘Triage, transition, and transformation’: Advocacy discourse in urban school reform

Sarah Winchell Lenhoff, Jennifer M. Lewis, Ben Pogodzinski, Robert Dorigo Jones

Characteristics of the opt-out movement: Early evidence for Colorado

Grant Clayton, Andrea J. Bingham, Gregory B. Ecks

Academic fraud at the university: An analysis of an actual case, the conflict and its resolution

Alfonso Pardo, Carlos Rodríguez-Casals

Improving graduation rates: Legitimate practices and gaming strategies

Noralee R. Edwards, Diana L. Mindrila

Teacher leadership development: Tracking one district’s progress over three years

Jonathan Eckert, Alesha Daughtrey

Directors of Chilean public schools selected by high public management removed from office before the end of their term: Lessons for Latin America

Sebastian Donoso - Diaz, Juan Pablo Fernandez -Negrete, Daniel Reyes Araya

Analysis of the teaching career in primary education in Mexico: Between credentialism and meritocracy

Yazmín Cuevas, Karla Rangel Montalvo

Quantifying the value teachers place on non-monetary factors when evaluating job opportunities

Jeffrey Gunther

An analysis of tertiary education among dependent and independent workers: The case of Portugal (2006-2016)

Carla Sofia Pires de Carvalho Oliveira Silva, María Jesús Freire Seoane, Beatriz López Bermúdez

Political Discourse Analysis: Conceptual and analytical tools for the critical study of educational policies in times of global reform

Diego Palacios Díaz, Felipe Hidalgo Kawada, Rodrigo Cornejo Chávez, Noemí Suárez Monzón

Policy field and policy discourse: The American Federation for Children Network

B. Scott Ellison, Ariel M. Aloe, Shehreen Iqtadar

School failure of disadvantaged students from a critical discourse analysis approach

Ignacio Calderón Almendros, Olga Cruz Moya, María Teresa Rascón Gómez

Adult Education in the pedagogical spaces of Community Intervention

Nuno Fraga, Gorete Pereira, Glória Gonçalves

Reading practices in a male penitentiary: Access, repression and senses

Wemberson José de Souza, Maria Celeste Reis Fernandes de Souza

Strategies for the internationalization of education and curriculum: From universities to territories of basic education

Juarues da Silva Thiesen

“Test of Competence in Science and Technology,” a model of external evaluation in Spain

Tobías Martín-Páez, José Miguel Vílchez-González, Francisco Javier Carrillo-Rosúa

Infrastructure conditions of Brazilian schools: A needy school for the needy?

Marisa Ribeiro Teixeira Duarte, Carlos André Teixeira Gomes, Luciana Gonçalves de Oliveira Gotelib

Education, poverty and income transfer programs: The implementation of the Oportunidades Program in Mexico

Breynner Ricardo Oliveira, Maria do Carmo de Lacerda Peixoto

Magnets and school turnarounds: Revisiting policies for promoting equitable, diverse schools

Jennifer B. Ayscue, Genevieve Siegel-Hawley

Induction to teaching profession: Problems of beginner teachers in the Dominican Republic

Juan Francisco Jáspez, Marita Sánchez-Moreno

The role of ICT in enhancing the autonomy of higher education students: Teachers’ insights

Dora Simões, Paula Faustino

Affirmative action and social stereotypes: Deconstructing the myth of minority inferiority

Eloisio Moulin de Souza

Does isolation from immigrant students benefit or harm third-plus generation students?

Margarita Pivovarova, Jeanne M. Powers

National School Food Program in the context of federalism: Under the gaze of the educational manager

Rosaria Cal Bastos, Magnus Luiz Emmendoerfer, Amélia Carla Sobrinho Bifano, Maria das Dores Saraiva Loreto

Monologue and silence in the teachers’ meetings: The subjective positions that education policy places on managers and teachers in two non-selective public schools in Chile

Felipe Acuña, Paulina Contreras, Jenny Assaél

Circulation and reception of the theory of “academic capitalism” in Latin America

José Joaquín Brunner, Julio Labrana, Francisco Ganga, Emilio Rodríguez-Ponce

DINTER projects: Contribution to the expansion of National Graduate System in Brazil

Flávia Melissa Souza Moraes, Maria Rosa Chitolina Schetinger

Public policy for rural education: A systematic review of Brazilian publications

Giuliano Alves Borges e Silva, Fernanda de Souza Gusmão Louredo, Frederico José Lustosa da Costa

The “High Inspection” in education: An unknown service of the Spanish educational system

Carmen Álvarez-Álvarez, Marcos Francisco Rodríguez-Bravo, Alexandre Camacho-Prats

Stakeholders and managerial practices in basic public school: A multi-case study

Ananda Silva Singh, Vanyne Aparecida Franco Freitas, Valdir Machado Valadão Junior

Shortchanging complexity: Discourse, distortions, and diversity policy in the age of neoliberalism

Andrea Arce-Trigatti, Ashlee Anderson

Qualitative analysis of the use of teaching strategies by university teachers in contexts of teacher training

Patricio Sebastián Henriquez, Vicente Arámburo Vizcarra

Examining the relationship of teacher perception of accountability and assessment policies on teacher turnover during NCLB

Meredith L. Wronowski, Angela Urick

Teacher shortage as a local phenomenon: District leader sensemaking, responses, and implications for policy

Erin McHenry-Sorber, Matthew P. Campbell

Scale development and validation to measure institutional conditions to promote educational innovation with ICT

Gary Alberto Cifuentes, Diana Alejandra Herrera Velásquez

Work, teacher training, and integration of DICT to educational practices: Beyond technological rationality

Lucas Marfim, Lucila Pesce

Professional learning as policy enactment: The primacy of professionalism

Ian J. Hardy, Wayne Melville

“Academic Work Syndrome” (SINATA) in educational institutions in Latin America

Santos Noé Herrera Mijangos, Dayana Luna Reyes, Jorge Gonzalo Escobar Torres

The organization of the teachers’ unions in the Paraná Municipal Education System: Mapping the relation between union representation and teacher remuneration

Andréa Barbosa Gouveia

Digital teaching competence in initial training: Case studies from Chile and Uruguay

Juan Silva, María-Julia Morales, José-Luis Lázaro-Cantabrana, Mercè Gisbert, Paloma Miranda, Ana Rivoir, Alicia Onetto

Emotional education in primary school: A learning for life

María del Pilar Sepúlveda Ruiz, María José Mayorga Fernández, Rocío Pascual Lacal

Evaluating the influence of school principals’ transformational leadership on student performance: Analysis of microdata from Prova Brasil

Vera Regina Ramos Pinto, Deborah Moraes Zouain, André Luís Faria Duarte, Luiz Alexandre Valadão Souza

The teaching profession in crisis: The decrease of enrollment in normal schools of Mexico

Jihan García-Poyato Falcón, Graciela Cordero Arroyo

Contribution of ethics education to public administration students’ moral competence development

Everton Silveira de Souza, Maurício C. Serafim, Lais Silveira Santos

Whiteness and economic advantage in digital schooling: Diversity patterns and equity considerations for K-12 online charter schools

Bryan Mann

Evaluation policies of educational systems: A comparative study between Spanish autonomous communities in basic education

Gabriel Álvarez-López

Closure and the roles of student performance and enrollment characteristics: A survival analysis of charter schools in Ohio’s largest urban counties

Elizabeth Anne Gilblom, Hilla I. Sang

Politics, ideology and education in the PSOE during the Transición (1976-1982): Schooling and secularization

Javier González-Moreno

“It just doesn’t add up”: Disrupting official arguments for urban school closures with counterframes

Esa Syeed

Critical views of education professionals regarding educational responses to the challenge of inclusion in Andalusian schools

Lorena Domingo Martos, Mª Purificación Pérez García, Jesus Domingo Segovia

Logics of accountability: Cross-national patterns in school-level controls

Taeyeon Kim, John T. Yun

Practicum of initial teacher training in three European universities (Cantabria, Padua, and Coimbra): A comparative study

Ángela Saiz Linares, Noelia Ceballos López

The difficulty of implementing teaching-based competencies in Spain

Onofre Ricardo Contreras Jordán, Irene González-Martí, Pedro Gil-Madrona

State-wide implementation of edTPA in preparation for high-stakes testing: A mixed-methods study of the concerns of edTPA coordinators

Joyce E. Many, Ruchi Bhatnagar, Carla Tanguay, Shaneeka Favors-Welch, Clarice Thomas, Susan Ophelia Cannon, Tamra Ogletree, Jihye Kim, Shannon Howrey, Sohyun An, Karen Kurz, Judi Wilson

The student worker in public school: A denied right?

Naira Lisboa Franzoi, Maria Clara Bueno Fischer, Carla Odete Balestro Silva, Analia Bescia Martins de Barros

De-evolution of expectations for evidence-based practices in public education in the United States

Michael P. Brady, Michael Hazelkorn

The influence of school accountability incentives on Advanced Placement access: Evidence from Pennsylvania

Paul Beach, Keith Zvoch, Michael Thier

The struggle for higher education gender equity policy in Afghanistan: Obstacles, challenges and achievements

Fred M. Hayward, Razia Karim

Gender, sexuality, and biopolitics: Processes of life management in contemporary policies for social inclusion

Maria Cláudia Dal'Igna, Dagmar Estermann Meyer, Priscila Gomes Dornelles, Carin Klein

Unraveling the ‘female teacher effect’: The positioning and agency of female teachers in girls’ education reform

Alyssa Morley

Towards a collaborative academic identity and culture: Teaching teams as innovation in university degree programs

Israel Alonso Sáez, Leire Darretxe, Nekane Beloki

Forgotten equity: The promise and subsequent dismantling of education finance reform in New York State

Drew Atchison

Institutional communication at Spanish public universities from the approach of participatory communication

Esther Simancas González, Marcial García López

Fostering community, sharing power: Lessons for building restorative justice school cultures

Talia Sandwick, Josephine Wonsun Hahn, Lama Hassoun Ayoub

The movement of higher education access in Portugal from 1960 to 2017: An ecological analysis

Leanete Thomas Dotta, Amélia Lopes, Carlinda Leite

Student perceptions of a primary education degree and its impact on the development of their professional skills

Mercedes Cuevas López, Francisco Díaz Rosas

Education, nationalism, cosmopolitanism: Toward a cosmopolitan public school

Lilian do Valle

Studies on initial teacher education in Mozambique and its relationship with teacher training policies (2012-2017)

Santa Mónica Julião Mugime, Feliciano Mapezuane Mahalambe, José Cossa, Carlinda Leite

Private foundations in public secondary education in Uruguay

Cecilia Pereda

“Do it all but don’t kill us”: (Re)positioning teacher educators and preservice teachers amidst edTPA and the teacher strike in West Virginia

Melissa Sherfinski, Sharon Hayes, Jing Zhang, Mariam Jalalifard

Individual, sociodemographic and institutional variables associated with the retention of first year students of the Programa Académico de Bachillerato of the University of Chile

Felipe René Munizaga Mellado, Andrés Felipe Rojas-Murphy Tagle, Rodrigo Andrés Leal De Calisto

Innovation and reform in teacher training curricula in democratic times in Brazil (1990/2000)

Marcia Serra Ferreira, Maria do Carmo Martins

Understanding the linkages between racial/ethnic discipline gaps and racial/ethnic achievement gaps in the United States

Maithreyi Gopalan

The social unemployment gap in South Africa: Limits of enabling socio-economic redress through expanding access to higher education

Tafadzwa Tivaringe

Physical education and biopolitics in post-dictatorship Uruguay (1985-1990)

Rodrigo Piriz, Alexandre Vaz

The discourse of financial and international cooperation organizations on the compulsory nature of lower secondary education, 1960-2015. A perspective from discursive institutionalism and critical discourse analysis

Rosalina Romero Gonzaga

What are they talking about when they talk about equity? A content analysis of equity principles and provisions in state Every Student Succeeds Act plans

Yiting Chu

The Salary Scholarship Program implemented in Mexico: Chiaroscuro of a social policy

Teresa Yurén, Evelyn Moctezuma, Mayné Elizabeth García, Elisa Lugo

An analysis of college and career readiness emphasis in ESSA state accountability plans

Donald G. Hackmann, Joel R. Malin, Debra D. Bragg

Commentaries

Complexity and scale in teaching effectiveness research: Reflections from the MET Study

Bryant Jensen, Tanner LeBaron Wallace, Matthew P. Steinberg, Rachael E. Gabriel, Leslie Dietiker, Dennis S. Davis, Benjamin Kelcey, Elizabeth Covay Minor, Peter Halpin, Ning Rui

Articulations of educational demands made (im)possible by antagonism to “cultural Marxism”

Alice Casimiro Lopes

Políticas de Inclusión y Extensión de la Obligatoriedad Escolar

Special education in Brazilian educational policies: A historical approach

Luana Leal Ribeiro, Renata Maldonado da Silva

The policy of inclusive education and the future of specialized institutions in Brazil

Encéia Gonçalves Mendes

Inclusion “in the Chilean way”: School inclusion in a context of advanced neoliberal policies

Vicente Sisto

The construction of an imaginary on educational improvement: School justice and globalization

Carmen Rodríguez Martínez

The interpellation of inclusion policies to school grammar of the Argentinian high school

Cecilia Evangelina Melendez, José Alberto Yuni

Educational inclusion and the right to education: The senses in dispute

Ingrid Sverdlick

Janus in governance: Interpellations around an educational policy of community intervention in Portugal

Fátima Antunes, Rosanna Barros

What if there were not secondary schools in city neighborhoods? Tensions between the improvement of schooling conditions and the defunding of some socio-educational inclusion policies in the Province of Córdoba

Maria Cecilia Bocchio

Understanding and Solving Teacher Shortages

Breaking the cycle of teacher shortages: What kind of policies can make a difference?

Linda Darling-Hammond, Anne Podolsky

Understanding teacher shortages: An analysis of teacher supply and demand in the United States

Leib Sutcher, Linda Darling-Hammond, Desiree Carver-Thomas

The trouble with teacher turnover: How teacher attrition affects students and schools

Desiree Carver-Thomas, Linda Darling-Hammond

Recruitment, employment, retention and the minority teacher shortage

Richard Ingersoll, Henry May, Gregory Collins

Strategies for attracting and retaining educators: What does the evidence say?

Anne Podolsky, Tara Kini, Linda Darling-Hammond, Joseph Bishop

Equitable access to capable teachers: The states respond

Gary Sykes, Kacy Martin

Research For Justice

Collaborative research for justice and multi-issue movement building: Challenging discriminatory policing, school closures, and youth unemployment

Ronald David Glass, Brett G. Stoudt

Collaborative research and multi-issue movement building for educational justice: Reflections on the Urban Research Based Action Network (URBAN)

Mark R. Warren, Ronald David Glass

Amplifying youth voice and cultivating leadership through participatory action research

Rachele Gardner, William M. Snyder, Ayda Zugay

Community-engaged research through the lens of school closures: Opportunities, challenges, contributions, and lingering questions

Claudette Agard, Zakiyah Ansari, Jerusha Conner, Barbara Ferman, Liza N. Pappas, Jessica Shiller

Researching at the community-university borderlands: Using public science to study policing in the South Bronx

Brett G. Stoudt, María Elena Torre, Paul Bartley, Evan Bissell, Fawn Bracy, Hillary Caldwell, Lauren Dewey, Anthony Downs, Cory Greene, Jan Haldipur, Scott Lizama, Prakriti Hassan, Einat Manoff, Nadine Sheppard, Jacqueline Yates

Research, action, activism: Critical solidarities & multi-scalar powers

Celina Su

Politicas Públicas em Educação Especial em Tempos de Ditadura

Special Education during times of dictatorship

Katia Regina Moreno Caiado, Maria Edith Romano Siems-Marcondes, Marcia Denise Pletsch

Special Education as public policy: A project of the military regime?

Monica de Carvalho Magalhães Kassar, Andressa dos Santos Rebelo, Gilberta Sampaio de Martino Jannuzzi

The public/private relationship in special education policies during the dictatorship period in Brazil (1964-1985)

José Geraldo Silveira Bueno, Márcia de Souza Lehmkhul, Ricardo Schers de Goes

The training of teachers-researchers in Special Education during the dictatorship in Brazil

Flávia Faissal de Souza, Márcia Denise Pletsch, Getsename de Freitas Batista

The National Federation of Apaes in the context of the civil-military dictatorship in Brazil: Construction of hegemony in the field of special education

Heulalia Charalo Rafante, João Henrique da Silva, Katia Regina Moreno Caiado

School and social inclusion in Italy: The contribution of associations for disabled people

Antonello Mura

Special Education in the state of Rio Grande do Sul: History, politics and management (1970-1980)

Andréa Asti Severo, Mayara Costa da Silva, Claudio Roberto Baptista

People with disabilities in capixaba schools after 1964: Exception issues

Denise Meyrelles Jesus, Regina Helena Silva Simões, Miriã Lúcia Luiz

Teacher training in Special Education during the civil-military dictatorship of Pará State

Ivanilde Apoluceno de Oliveira, Maria do Perpétuo Socorro Gomes de Souza Avelino de França

Professionalization policies of the “exceptional” in the period of military dictatorship

Maria Edith Romano Siems-Marcondes

The Construction of Knowledge in Higher Education Studies

Introduction to the special issue: The construction of knowledge in higher education studies: A Southern perspective

Carolina Guzmán-Valenzuela, José Joaquín Brunner

Equity in access and graduation in higher education: Reflections from the Southern Cone

Ana María García de Fanelli, Cecilia Adrogué

Building a socially responsible higher education system in Latin America: Advances and challenges

Juan José Martí-Noguera, Ricardo Gaete Quezada

Embargoed exchanges: A critical analysis of emerging market dynamics in U.S. and Cuban academic exchange

Taylor C. Woodman

The construction of knowledge on “quality” in higher education: A study of universities’ websites in India

Anamika Srivastava

Higher education research in Chile: Publication patterns and emerging themes

Ana Luisa Muñoz-García, Juan Pablo Queupil Quilamán, Andres Bernasconi, Daniela Véliz Calderón

Indigenous internationalization: Indigenous worldviews, higher education, and Tribal Colleges and Universities

Elizabeth Alva Sumida Huaman, Belinda Chiu, Carrie Billy

Standards and Competency Frameworks for School Administrators

Standards and competency frameworks for school administrators: Global, comparative and critical perspectives

Augusto Riveros, Wei Wei

Comparative and critical analysis of competency standards for school principals: Towards an inclusive and equity perspective in Québec

Julie Larochelle-Audet, Marie-Odile Magnan, Maryse Potvin, Emmanuelle Doré

Standards for school principals in Mexico and Spain: A comparative study

Miguel Angel Díaz-Delgado, Inmaculada Garcia-Martinez

A Spanish framework for school principal and professional identity: Context, development and implications

Antonio Bolívar

Preparing leaders for wicked problems? How the revised PSEL and NELP standards address equity and justice

Amy N. Farley, Joshua Childs, Olivia Johnson

The development of competencies required for school principals in Quebec: Adequacy between competency standard and practice

Monique Lambert, Yamina Bouchamma

Preparation for an effective leadership in Chile: An opinion study of a national leadership framework from principals´ perspectives

Maria del Rosario Rivero Castro, Teresa Yañez Cifuentes, Constanza Hurtado

Globalization, Privatization, Marginalization

Globalization, privatization, marginalization: Mapping and assessing connections and consequences in/through education

D. Brent Edwards Jr., Alexander Means

“Glocalisation” doctrine in the Israeli Public Education System: A contextual analysis of a policy-making process

Yuval Dvir, Claire Maxwell, Miri Yemini

Education governance and privatization in Portugal: Media coverage on public and private education

Fátima Antunes, Sofia Viseu

Private encroachment through crisis-making: The privatization of education for refugees

Hang Minh Le

Marginalisation in education systems: The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and the failure discourse around the Italian education system

Rogério Gonçalves de Freitas, Vera Lucia Jacob Chaves, Hajime Takeuchi Nozaki

“A problem they don’t even know exists”: Inequality, poverty, and invisible discourses in Teach First New Zealand

Sam Oldham, Katherine Crawford-Garrett

Education privatization in the United States: Increasing saturation and segregation

Frank Adamson, Meredith Galloway

Education markets and schools’ mechanisms of exclusion: The case of Chile

Adrián Zancajo

Speaking cooperation, acting competition: Supply-side subsidies and private schools in socioeconomically disadvantaged contexts in Buenos Aires

Mauro C. Moschetti, Carolina Snaider

Educating on a budget: The subsistence model of low-fee private schooling in Peru

María Balarin, Clara Fontdevila, Paola Marius, María Fernanda Rodríguez

Low-fee private schools, the state, and globalization: A market analysis within the political sociology of education and development

D. Brent Edwards Jr., Taeko Okitsu, Peggy Mwanza

Motivations to set up and manage low-fee private schools in India

Hannah Mond, Poorvaja Prakash

Children’s accounts of labelling and stigmatization in private schools in Delhi, India and the Right to Education Act

Michael Lafleur, Prachi Srivastava