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Vol. 28 (2020)

Published: Jan 5, 2020

The political process of international education: Complementarities and clashes in the Manitoba K-12 sector through a multi-level governance lens

Merli Tamtik, Angela O'Brien-Klewchuk

The democratic management of the public school in contexts of local educational reforms: A comparative study between Brazil and Spain

Neusa Chaves Batista, Miguel A. Pereyra

School choice and post hoc family preference in Spain: Do they match up?

Jesús Rogero-García, Mario Andrés-Candelas

Academic cooperation in higher education between Mexico and Spain 1977-2017. A migratory policy and differentiated reception context

Alma Paola Trejo Peña

School choice within the upper class. Community, identity and social closure

Cristián Bellei, Victor Orellana, Manuel Canales

State English learner education policy: A conceptual framework to guide comprehensive policy action

Ilana M. Umansky, Lorna Porter

Dual language programs: Questions of access in the state of Arizona

Laura M. Gomez, Jesus Cisneros

Recontextualization of management policy in indigenous full-time schools in Baja California

Cristian Ernesto Castañeda-Sánchez, Guadalupe Tinajero Villavicencio

“NEET” youth: A stigma that blurs the social problems of young people

Juan García-Fuentes, José Saturnino Martínez García

Redefining risk: Human rights and elementary school factors predicting post-secondary access

Robert S. Brown, Kelly Gallagher-Mackay, Gillian Parekh

Diagnosis of academic competitiveness and accreditation of educational programs of the Autonomous University of Baja California, México

José Alfonso Jiménez Moreno, Joaquín Caso Niebla, Carlos David Díaz López

General quality of municipal education and the influences of public spending

Joyce Santana Bernardo, Fernanda Maria de Almeida, Ana Carolina Campana Nascimento

A review of state policies on principal professional development

Keith Davis, Deborah Rogers, Martin Harrigan

The implications of the Qualis journal classification in publication practices in Brazil between 2007 and 2016

Alause Da Silva Pires, Eliseo Berni Reategui, Ana Cristina Xavier França, Eric Bettinger, Sérgio Roberto Kieling Franco

Multilevel study about the explanatory variables of the results of Mexico in PISA 2015

Alicia Alelí Chaparro Caso López, Adriana Gamazo

Math and science outcomes for students of teachers from standard and alternative pathways in Texas

Michael Marder, Bernard David, Caitlin Hamrock

The achievement of mathematics learning in PISA, ENLACE and PLANEA in Mexican adolescents. A retrospective analysis

Cecilia Osuna Lever, Karla María Díaz López

The identity of the special education teachers in times of accountability policies

Fabián A. Inostroza

Preservice teachers’ beliefs about high-stakes testing and their working environments

Sharon L. Nichols, Shon Brewington

Safety, advocacy, and the teacher’s role: Pre-service teachers and school shooting policies

May Hara

The teaching work day in the public network of basic education: Parameters for discussion

Márcia Aparecida Jacomini, Rosana Evangelista da Cruz, Edimária Carvalho de Castro

Cases of educational practice in the learning of university teachers

Vilma Geni Slomski, Jessica Barros Anastacio, Adriana Maria Procopio de Araujo, Valmor Slomski, Ronaldo Fróes de Carvalho

The pedagogical dimension of equity in higher education

Marisol Silva

Discursive de/humanizing: A multimodal critical discourse analysis of television news representations of undocumented youth

Ruth M. López

Public policies that include Brazilian women: The Thousand Women Program as an interface between education and jobs

Andréa Simoni Manarin Tunin, Fernando César Ferreira Gouvêa

The evolution of the public university system in Argentina through expansive waves: Differentiation in the formation of labor force and capital accumulation (1971-2015)

Mariana Mendonca, Nicolás Sebastián Pérez Trento

Supply side fantasies and precarious part-time academic labor

Daniel Jacoby, Jonathan Boyette

Do charter schools receive their fair share of funding? School finance equity for charter and traditional public schools

David S. Knight, Laurence A. Toenjes

Stay because I need to? Permanency and entrenchment in teacher careers within public education

Rafaela de Almeida Araújo, Valéria Araújo Furtado, Tereza Cristina Batista De Lima, Ana Paula Moreno Pinho

High-stakes assessment in elementary education teacher preparation: Educators’ perceptions and actions resulting in curriculum change

Carla Lynn Tanguay

Rural education in the public school system of the state of Tocantins, Brazil (1999-2013)

Cícero da Silva, Letícia Brito de Oliveira Suarte, Rosângela Ribeiro de Sousa Leitão

Proposal of indicators to measure university linkage: Perspectives of officials in public higher education institutions

Maria del Carmen Torres Salazar, Ana Esther Escalante Ferrer, Norma Alicia García Domínguez

University students and video games: Perceptions, use, and preferences according to gender

Jorge Oceja, Natalia González-Fernández

Is shadow education the driver of East Asia’s high performance on comparative learning assessments?

Jeremy Rappleye, Hikaru Komatsu

Expanding the role of teacher leaders: Professional learning for policy advocacy

Mary Lynne Derrington, Lezli S. Anderson

Knowledge in Dialogue, a networked continuing education program: University and basic education

Gilberto Ferreira Silva, Juliana Aquino Machado

Strategies of federated Apaes to impact the education and assistance of exceptionals in Brazil: A historical analysis between the years 1960 and 1970

Giovani Ferreira Bezerra

Reframing citizenship education: The shifting portrayal of citizenship in curriculum policy in the province of Ontario, 1999-2018

Jesse K. Butler, Peter Milley

Separating families, recuperating the “nation-as-family”: Migrant youth and the cultural politics of shame

Ethan Chang, Jill Koyama, Julie Kasper

Educational scholarship policies for higher education, internationalization, and evaluation of Brazilian graduate programs: A study with panel regression

Luísa Karam de Mattos, Leonardo Flach, Pedro Antônio de Mello

Beliefs about education in prisons: Teachers' perceptions

Evangelina da Silva Sousa, Larissa Cavalcante Albuquerque, Ana Paula Moreno Pinho, Raimundo Eduardo Silveira Fontenele

Examining the intersectionality among teacher race/ethnicity, school context, and risk for occupational stress

Paul G. Fitchett, Jendayi Dillard, Christopher J. McCarthy, Richard G. Lambert, Kristen Mosley

Design action plan for employability of university students

Olga González-Morales, Lidia E. Santana Vega

The multidimensionality of school performance: Using multiple measures for school accountability and improvement

Min Sun, Alec Kennedy, Eric M. Anderson

The preschool PISA: A new paradigm of children’s assessment in early childhood education

Efstratia Sofou, Magdalena Jiménez Ramírez

Spatial othering: Examining residential areas, school attendance zones, and school discipline in an urbanizing school district

Dian Mawene, Aydin Bal

A cultural political economy of supply-side subsidies for private schools in Argentina

Mauro Carlos Moschetti, Mauro Lauria Masaro

Public policies for access to private higher education and their effects on the quality of Brazilian education

Sabrina Olimpio Caldas de Castro, Fernanda Maria de Almeida

Brazilian technology policies in education: History and lessons learned

José Armando Valente, Maria Elizabeth Bianconcini de Almeida

Research utilization in higher education rulemaking: A multi-case study of research prevalence, sources, and barriers

Rebecca Natow

Epistemic polyphony of research on the students’ experiences: The Latin-American case

Carolina Guzmán-Valenzuela, Andrés Rojas-Murphy Tagle, Carolina Gómez-González

Where do Latinas and Latinos earn social science doctorates?

Frank Fernandez

Identity, voice, and agency: Key concepts for an inclusive teaching of writing in the university

Natalia Ávila Reyes, Federico Navarro, Mónica Tapia-Ladino

Modes of ideology and coloniality in the accounting textbook

David Mendes, Ana Carolina Pimentel Duarte Fonseca, Fernanda Filgueiras Sauerbronn

Normocentrism, diversity, and otherness: Deconstructing Chilean inclusive education policies

Hugo Parra Munoz, Catalina Garrido Reyes, Andrea Carrasco Lobos, Mauricio Vergara Rodríguez, Felipe Hidalgo Kawada, David Meza Buzzetti

Priority Education Policies: Contributions from a European analysis to the Chilean case

Muriel Armijo Cabrera

Transitions to upper secondary education in Catalonia: A sociological analysis of education policy

Aina Tarabini, Judith Jacovkis

Unified Selection System: What has the stricto sensu graduate researched?

Isabella Araújo Campos, Magnus Luiz Emmendoerfer

An examination of the bidirectional relationship between federal civil rights guidance and research

Maria M. Lewis, Sarah Kern

Images and scholar cultures: Views of internship students in a Science Teacher Education Program in Brazil

Verónica Marcela Guridi, Valéria Cazetta, Luciana Maria Viviani, Celi Rodrigues Chaves Dominguez, Josely Cubero, Fabiana Curtopassi Pioker-Hara, Elen Cristina Faht

Novice middle school teachers’ preparedness for teaching, and the helpfulness of supports: A survey of one state

Bradford Chaney, Henry Braun, Frank Jenkins

Mentoring beginning teachers. Analysis and results of an induction program

Carlos Marcelo, María Altagracia López Ferreira

Emergency certified teachers’ motivations for entering the teaching profession: Evidence from Oklahoma

Tyler J. Mobra, Daniel E. Hamlin

Thinking about the human right to education

Aline Cristina de Lima Dantas, Inês Barbosa de Oliveira, Jane Paiva

An integrative approach to professional development to support college- and career- readiness standards

Katie Pak, Laura M. Desimone, Arianna Parsons

Effects of the evaluation and accreditation processes on academics. A case study of a Colombian higher education institution

Nelcy Suárez-Landazábal, Angélica Buendía

Muddy sensemaking: Making sense of socio-emotional skills amidst a vague policy context

Raquel Muñiz

“Women in men’s fields”: Gender discourses in secondary vocational schools

Maria Paola Sevilla, Francisca Carvajal

System of management indicators for multidisciplinary educational projects

Flavia Eizerik, Ângela de Moura Ferreira Danilevicz, Istefani Carísio de Paula

Appraisement of digital competence in students with high performance in Peru

Cristóbal Suárez-Guerrero, Francisco-Ignacio Revuelta-Domínguez, Carol Rivero Panaqué

The cycle of public policies for professional and technological education in the state of Rio de Janeiro

Alexandre Batista Dantas, Joel de Lima Pereira Castro Junior, Giuliano Alves Borges Silva

Using multiple measures of teaching quality to strengthen teacher preparation

Jarod Kawasaki, Karen Hunter Quartz, Jose Felipe Martinez

Sustainability of education reforms: An investigation into the professional development component of USAID/Egypt Education Reform Program (ERP, 2004-2009)

Alaa Badran, Mustafa Toprak

Recommendations derived from the accreditation of educational programs: Analysis of a public state university in Mexico

José Alfonso Jiménez Moreno, Salvador Ponce Ceballos

Questioning the prevailing discourse and practice of internationalization of higher education in Latin America

Fernanda Leal, Mário César Barreto Moraes, María Soledad Oregioni

Researchers as knowledge brokers: A step toward research-informed policy? Lessons from the Israeli case

Rony Ramot, Gadi Bialik

Yucatec Maya language planning and bilingual education in the Yucatan

Anne Marie Guerrettaz, Eric J. Johnson, Gisela Ernst-Slavit

School funding disparities and the plight of Latinx children

Bruce D. Baker, Ajay Srikanth, Preston C. Green III, Robert Cotto

Meritocratic exceptionality and affirmative action policy in higher education in Chile

Jocelyn Briones, Daniel Leyton

Exploring candidate interaction with a high stakes teacher performance assessment: The KPTP and the Kansas laboratory

Connor K. Warner

Teacher education and the PNE: Contradictions and challenges of distance learning and valorization of the teaching profession

Carlos Eduardo Sanches, Alboni Marisa Dudeque Pianovski Vieira

The 2013 Educational Reform in Mexico and its effects on teacher’s work precariousness

Cesar Silva Montes, Arturo Gutiérrez Lozano

“All lives matter”: How districts co-opt equity language and maintain the status quo

Tiffanie Lewis-Durham

Professional training and performance of teachers at school level: Employers’ perceptions

Oscar Espinoza, Luis González, María Ormazábal, Luis Sandoval, Dante Castillo

Principal evaluation in the United States: A national review of state statutes and regulations

Sarah R. Nielsen, Alyson L. Lavigne

Teaching Trump: A frame analysis of educators’ responses to ‘the Trump effect’ in American schools

Reid Jewett Smith

The characteristics of Acre's educational policy (1999-2010) and its impact on state capacity and equity

Vanda Mendes Ribeiro, Joana Buarque de Gusmão, Wagner Silveira Rezende, Sofia Lerche Vieira

Youth and Adult Education as a field of research and epistemologies

Anderson Carlos Santos de Abreu, Maria Hermínia Lage Fernandes Laffin

Multifunctional leadership and school performance: A relationship mediated by the manager’s empowerment

Maria do Carmo Romeiro, Liliane Lima da Silva

Statewide policies to improve early intervention services: Promising practices and preliminary results

Miriam Kuhn, Courtney Boise, Sue Bainter, Cindy Hankey

Dropout or permanence? Predictive models for higher education management

Fernanda Cristina da Silva, Thiago Luiz de Oliveira Cabral, Andressa Sasaki Vasques Pacheco

Study on the organization of pedagogical work in a municipal public school: Evidence of the forms of control and its political determination

Marieta Gouvêa de Oliveira Penna, Alda Junqueira Marin

Subsidized housing and school segregation: Examining the relationship between federally subsidized affordable housing and racial and economic isolation in schools

Jennifer Jellison Holme, Erica Frankenberg, Joanna Sanchez, Kendra Taylor, Sarah De La Garza, Michelle Kennedy

Segregation within integrated schools: Racially disproportionate student-teacher assignments in middle school

Tracey A. Benson, Amber Bryant, Tuba Gezer

Selection processes for school principals in Latin America: Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru

Felipe Aravena

Learnings, continuities and recognition: Identity construction of Cuban academics in Mexican universities

Daylen Rodríguez-Alemañy, Isabel Izquierdo

What students do early college high schools serve? Unpacking social constructions of the target population

Julia C. Duncheon

International academic mobility programs as instruments to promote international development: The case of PEC-PG

Antônio Ferreira de Lima Júnior, Luciane Stallivieri

The recommendations from international organizations for São Paulo's educational policy

Luiz Carlos Novaes, Thiago Moreira Melo e Silva

The neoliberal discourse in Latin American higher education: A call for national development and tighter government control

Pilar Mendoza, Dorner Lisa

The enterprisation process and the discourse of the entrepreneurial university: An analysis of the Pelotas Federal University (UFPel)

Alice Hübner Franz, Elaine da Silveira Leite, Marcio Silva Rodrigues

Loss of membership in the National System of Researchers: Research findings

Hugo Manuel Camarillo Hinojoza, Alejandro Ernesto Vázquez Martínez, Ana Elizabeth Ramírez Gómez, Claudia Daniela Barboza Regalado

Is the students´ competence stimulated through Natural Science textbooks? Teacher perspectives and analysis of textbooks in the 1st and 2nd years of ESO

Raquel Romero Fernández, Mª Ángeles De las Heras Pérez, Gabriel Travé González

Critical discourse analysis of university teacher educators’ professionalism in Chilean teacher education policy

Yenny Hinostroza-Paredes

Central office foci and principal data use: A comparative study of equity-focused practice in six districts

Rachel Roegman

The school infrastructure at the heart of the physical education classes: The scrapping of public education systems

Rubem Barboza Ferreira Neto

Social enterprises and the privatization of a new model in basic education: A study of public-private relationships in cities of Minas Gerais-Brazil

André Silva Martins, Camila Azevedo Souza, Leonardo Docena Pina

Progress and setbacks in Chilean migrant education policy: The case of the “temporary school identification number”

Rolando Poblete, Mirona Moraru

Placing blame or a call to action? An analysis of Uwezo in the Kenyan press

Jeremy Monk

School dropout prevention policies in Argentine vocational education: Strategies, aims, and perspectives of institutional actors

Denise Bianca Maduro Silva, Ana Miranda

Sustainable development in the Brazilian Amazon: Meanings and concepts

Francisca Marli Rodrigues de Andrade

Teacher performance in civic and ethical formation: Empirical study and educational policy recommendations for junior high school in Mexico

Francisco Urrutia

Synthetic indexes to measure university student social responsibility

Carmen De la Calle Maldonado de Guevara, José Manuel García-Ramos, Teresa De Dios Alija, Consuelo Valbuena Martínez


A protopia for the Brazilian university

Naomar Almeida-Filho, Luis Eugenio Souza

Social impact bonds in São Paulo’s state public school system: New modality of public-private partnership in Brazil: Commentary

Sergio G. Lazzarini

The teaching internship and educational training in accounting: Teaching competencies acquired in post-graduation

Layne Vitória Ferreira, Edvalda Araújo Leal

Commentary: Meritocratic exceptionality and affirmative action policy in higher education in Chile

Francisco Gil, Marcela Orellana

Work in Higher Education

The work in higher education

Deise Mancebo, Kátia Maria Teixeira Santorum, Carla Vaz dos Santos Ribeiro, Denise Bessa Léda

Overwhelmed: Accountability and work intensification in the neo-liberal university. The case of Chile

Vicente Sisto

The teaching work in higher education business groups and the stock market on the stock exchange: A study of the conflicts

Thayse Ancila Maria de Melo Gomes, Roberto Leher, Hellen Balbinotti Costa

The corporate governance model in higher education and the repercussions on teaching work: A case study

Fabíola Bouth Grello Kato, Vera Lúcia Jacob Chaves, Rosimê da Conceição Meguins

Teaching work in the private sector of higher education and labor reform: Destruction of rights and precarious life

Andréa do Araujo do Vale

Workplace bullying in postgraduate courses: The consequences experienced by teachers and students of a Brazilian state university

Thiago Soares Nunes, Eliana Marcia Martins Fittipaldi Torga

Effects of the economic crisis on new university professors

Cristina Goenechea, Noemi Serrano-Díaz, Concepción Valero Franco

The capitalist subjectivation as a precarious mechanism of teaching work in higher education

Altair Alberto Fávero, Diego Bechi

Work and subjectivity in the university: A multifaceted and global view of the processes of suffering and illness

Eduardo Pinto e Silva

Teaching work instrumentalized Brazilian teacher training policy: A historical and theoretical-philosophical approach

Roberto Francisco de Carvalho, Rosilene Lagares, Doracy Dias Aguiar de Carvalho

Conceptions, closeness and distance of professors in relation to the Trade Union Movement

Michelle Karoline Pereira da Silva, André Rodrigues Guimarães

Policies for Management of Compulsory Public Education in Ibero-America

Policies for the management of compulsory public education in Ibero America: Introduction

Ângelo Ricardo de Souza, Sebastián Donoso Diaz, Joaquín Gairin Sallán

The cicada announces the fire of the Brazilian public school: Analysis of the era of privatizing guidelines

Alisson Slider do Nascimento de Paula, Frederico Jorge Ferreira Costa, Kátia Regina Rodrigues Lima

Educational reforms and secondary school teachers: The weight of the teaching tradition

María Verdeja Muñiz

The balances of education reform in Mexico, new regulations for management and teaching work in basic education

Arturo Gutiérrez Lozano

Charter schools: A U.S. case study and implications for Brazil

Paula Louzano, Lara Simielli

Secondary schools facing the challenge of universalization: Debates and experiences in Argentina

Myriam Southwell

Secondary vocational education: Political context and school practices of a discontinued education offer

António Pinto, Fernando Rodrigues Silva, Paulo Delgado, Fernando Diogo

Policies and practices in the training of school authorities in Argentina. Discursive and experiential tensions

Ingrid Sverdlick, Analía Motos

The “charm” of successful school models: When we accept quality for few

Rosimar Serena Siqueira Esquinsani, Jarbas Dametto

State-civil society alliance: Debates and challenges in co-management of educational inclusion policies in Uruguay and Argentina

Andres Peregalli

Policies for mandatory public education management in Uruguay

Adriana Aristimuño, Pablo Landoni-Couture, María Inés Vázquez

Quasi-monopoly: A theoretical model to understand the state-private sector relationship in educational systems

Mariano Narodowski, Juan Carlos Morgan

Policies and Practices of Promise in Teacher Evaluation

Policies and practices of promise in teacher evaluation: The introduction to the special issue

Audrey Amrein-Beardsley

Teacher accountability, datafication and evaluation: A case for reimagining schooling

Jessica Holloway

Excavating theory in teacher evaluation: Implementing evaluation frameworks as Wengerian boundary objects

Kelley M. King, Noelle A. Paufler

Putting teacher evaluation systems on the map: An overview of states' teacher evaluation systems post–Every Student Succeeds Act

Kevin Close, Audrey Amrein-Beardsley, Clarin Collins

How middle school special and general educators make sense of and respond to changes in teacher evaluation policy

Alisha M. B. Braun, Peter Youngs

Entangled educator evaluation apparatuses: Contextual influences on new policies

Jake Malloy

Improving instructional practice through peer observation and feedback: A review of the literature

Brady L. Ridge, Alyson L. Lavigne

Using global observation protocols to inform research on teaching effectiveness and school improvement: Strengths and emerging limitations

Sean Kelly, Robert Bringe, Esteban Aucejo, Jane Cooley Fruehwirth

Better integrating summative and formative goals in the design of next generation teacher evaluation systems

Timothy G. Ford, Kim Hewitt

Moving forward while looking back: Lessons learned from teacher evaluation litigation concerning Value-Added Models (VAMs)

Mark Paige

Educação e Povos Indígenas

Recognizing and valuing indigenous knowledge and practices

Kaizo Iwakami Beltrao, Juliane Sachser Angnes

Differentiated indigenous school education: Analysis of scientific publications between 2012 and 2018

Marcos José de Aquino Pereira

The Rikbatksa people and the search for the school outside the village

Miguel Julio Zadoreski Junior, Suzana Feldens Schwertner

Indigenous trajectories at the university: The right to higher education in Rio de Janeiro

Kelly Russo, Edson Araújo Diniz

Indigenous peoples, state and university: Tensions, opportunities and challenges. The case of the School of Indigenous Languages (Metropolitan Region, Chile)

Silvia Castillo Sánchez, Carlos Bustos Reyes, Simona Mayo, Jorge Soto, Cristian Vargas Paillahueque

Representations of indigenous people in contemporary textbooks

Luana Barth Gomes, Denise Regina Quaresma da Silva, Cledes Antonio Casagrande

The schooling by shamanism plan: Reflections among the Guarani-Mbyá of Rio de Janeiro

Danielle Bastos Lopes

Narrative of indigenous education and indigenous school education: The school and the teaching of the Balatiponé-Umutina people

Eliane Boroponepa Monzilar

A contribution of the Xavante A’uwe Uptabi pedagogy to teach adolescents: The elders' word - Mato Grosso, Brazil

Alberto Pari’Uptse’Wawe Moritu, Jarina Rodrigues Fernandes

Geometry in the making of the plantations of the Pataxó Hãhãhãe people

Amagilda Pereira Souza, Keli Cristina Conti, Diogo Alves de Faria Reis

“Indigenous mathematics”: Tensions in teachers’ intercultural formation

Mariane Dias Araújo, Vanessa Sena Tomaz

The place of mathematics in the training of indigenous teachers in the Alto Solimões Region/AM

Elisângela Aparecida Pereira de Melo, Gerson Riberiro Bacury, Pedro Ferreira da Silva, Domingos Anselmo Moura da Silva

Education and indigenous people: Data from the indigenous school census in Brazil

Kaizô Iwakami Beltrão, Juliane Sachser Angnes

The Ritual Party of the Moqueado: Education, culture and identity in the indigenous society of Tembé-Tenetehara

Julia Cleide Miranda, Carlos Nazareno Borges

Interculturality and science teaching: A classroom daily routine

Juarez Melgaço Valadares, Célio Silveira Júnior

Ethnomathematics in the initial formation of indigenous teachers: Contributions to the maintenance and dynamization of the Guarani and Kaiowá culture

Aldrin Cleyde Cunha

Science teaching in the village: An experience with Aikanã students and native fruit plants

Luzia Aikanã, Reginaldo Oliveira Nunes, Iuri Cruz Oliveira

Formation of the indigenous pedagogue: A land of rights and resistance

Marcos Gehrke, Marlene Lucia Siebert Sapelli, Rosangela Celia Faustino

The importance of building Aymara historical memory in primary education students from a critical bilingual intercultural curriculum approach in northern Chile

Carlos Enrique Mondaca Rojas, Elizabeth del Carmen Sánchez Gonzalez, Raúl Antonio Bustos Gonzalez

The experience of being at the university from the perspective of an indigenous postgraduate student

Gilza Ferreira de Souza Felipe Pereira, Wagner Roberto do Amaral, Jenifer Araujo Barroso Bilar

The Apinayé indigenous people and access to the Rural Education degree of the Federal University of Tocantins: Some reflections

Anderson Brasil, Cícero da Silva

Did you advance? Did you back down? Human rights and affirmative actions for Indigenous peoples in Latin America

Juliane Sachser Angnes, Elisa Yoshie Ichikawa, Marcel Luciano Klozovski, Maria de Fátima Quintal de Freitas

Indigenous education and intercultural dialogue: A class shared between Kaingang university students from Brazil and students from the United Kingdom

Jorge Alejandro Santos, Cláudia Battestin, Darren R. Reid, Leonel Piovezana

Indigenous school education and traditional knowledge: The perception of Pipipã de Kambixuru teachers

Ana Carolina Gomes Coimbra, Maria Luisa Branco

The native peoples and education: From coloniality to decolonial experiences in Brazil and Chile

Juan Guillermo Mansilla, José Rubens Lima Jardilino

From colonizing school to place of ethnic resistance: A special and different indigenous school for the Mbya Guaraní people

Fatima Rosane Silveira Souza, Ana Luisa Teixeira Menezes

Learning of indigenous knowledge in school: Challenges for indigenous teacher training

Waldineia Antunes de Alcântara Ferreira, Alceu Zoia, Beleni Saléte Grando

Ethnic brands and self-recognition in higher education indigenous students

Cecilia Navia Antezana, Gabriela Czarny Krischkautzky, Gisela Salinas Sánchez

Indigenous school education and interculturality: A possible and necessary dialogue

Sandra Maders, Valdo Barcelos

Subalternization and indigenous resistance: Scenarios from the context of the state of Rondônia

Rozane Alonso Alves, Maria Isabel Alonso Alves, Jonatha Daniel dos Santos

Researching 21st Century Education Policy Through Social Network Analysis

Power, brokers, and agendas: New directions for the use of social network analysis in education policy

Emily Hodge, Joshua Childs, Wayne Au

Using policy network analysis to understand ideological convergence and change in educational subsystems

Sarah Galey-Horn, Joseph J. Ferrare

Understanding congressional coalitions: A discourse network analysis of congressional hearings for the Every Student Succeeds Act

Yinying Wang

Public policy networks and the implementation of the Bolsa-Família Program: An analysis based on the monitoring of school attendance

Breynner Ricardo Oliveira, Doriana Daroit

“Doing what it takes to keep the school open”: The philanthropic networks of progressive charter schools

Elise Castillo

Foundation-sponsored networks: Brokerage roles of higher education intermediary organizations

Nabih Haddad

How do students experience choice? Exploring STEM course-offerings and course-taking patterns in Texas charter and non-charter public schools

Bernard G. David, Michael Marder, Jill Marshall, María González-Howard

From policy networks to policy preferences: Organizational networks in the opt-out movement

Nancy Green Saraisky, Oren Pizmony-Levy

State educational agencies in an uncertain environment: Understanding state provided networks of English Language Arts curricular resources

Serena J. Salloum, Emily M. Hodge, Susanna L. Benko