Vol. 26 (2018)

Published: 2018-01-05

Formation of teachers in Brazil: Courses and graduates

Mônica Cerbella Freire Mandarino, Kaizô Iwakami Beltrão 3

The evolution of the academic profession in research universities in Chile

Daniela Veliz-Calderon, Daniel Theurillat, Victoria Paredes, Astrid Pickenpack 17

Teaching of ethics in public administration courses: An analysis from Pedagogical Projects of Course and the National Curricular Guidelines

Laís Silveira Santos, Mauricio C. Serafim, Marcello Beckert Zappellini, Silvia Maria Knabben Corrêa Zappellini, Martha Kaschny Borges 18

The library as space of cultural mediation and aesthetic education

Adair De Aguilar Neitzel, Cássia Ferri, Adeneri Nogueira de Borba 20

Use of extra-legal sources in amicus curiae briefs submitted in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin

Patricia Marin, Catherine L. Horn, Karen Miksch, Liliana M. Garces, John T. Yun 38

Access to higher education: ProUni in focus

Vera Lucia Felicetti, Alberto F. Cabrera 39

Enrollment of special education students in a Brazilian public university

Kele Cristina da Silva, Sandra Martins Eli Sartoreto de Oliveira, Lúcia Pereira Leite 44

Student retention and dropout in Higher Education in Latin America and the Caribbean: A systematic review

Felipe René Munizaga Mellado, María Beatriz Cifuentes Orellana, Andrés Jacob Beltrán Gabrie 61

Teacher perceptions of influence, autonomy, and satisfaction in the early Race to the Top era

Kim B. Wright, Samantha M. Shields, Katie Black, Manjari Banerjee, Hersh C. Waxman 62

The construction of the education researcher's ethos: The students’ perspective

Teresa Yurén, Luis Enrique García, Evelyn Moctezuma Ramírez, Silvia Briseño Agüero, Ana Esther Escalante 67

Policy centers and knowledge mobilization in the field of education in Argentina

Jorge M. Gorostiaga, Mariano I. Palamidessi, Claudia M. Aberbuj 72

Measuring opportunity: Redirecting education policy through research

Ryan H. Pfleger, Terri S. Wilson, Kevin G. Welner, Charles Bibilos 73

Basic education in Mexico: A comparative analysis of the educational models of 2011 and 2016

Cristina Araceli Cantú Leal, Alex Iván Arévalo Salinas, Reyna Lizeth Vázquez Gutierréz 79

Evaluation of the Program of Professional Education (PEP): The case of Minas Gerais, a State of Brazil

Tarrara Alves Horsth, Wesley de Almeida Mendes, Fernanda Gabriela Gandra Pimenta Magalhães, Bruno Silva Olher 101

Propositions for teacher training in Accounting

Marcos Laffin, Cristina Hillen, Sandra Rolim Ensslin 106

Body conceptions in Quality Indicators in Early Childhood Education (MEC–2009)

Ana Cristina Richter, Cristina Silveira Santos, Alexandre Fernandez Vaz 121

Relative age and school achievement in primary education in the Cantabria Region

Paula González-Vallinas, Julián Librero, Salvador Peiró, José Luis San Fabián 141

Tensions in the management of the Benefit of Continued Provision at School Program

Reginaldo Célio Sobrinho, Monica Isabel Carleti Cunha, Edson Pantaleão 143

Fulfilling our educative mission: A response to edTPA critique

Andrea Whittaker, Raymond L. Pecheone, Kendyll Stansbury 30

Navigating the contested terrain of teacher education policy and practice: Authors respond to SCALE

Nick Henning, Alison G. Dover, Erica K. Dotson, Ruchi Agarwal-Rangath, Christine D. Clayton, Martha K. Donovan, Susan Ophelia Cannon, Stephanie Behm Cross, Alyssa Hadley Dunn 31

Policies of educational inclusion in Chile: Three critical nodes

Verónica López, Pablo Gonzalez, Dominique Manghi, Paula Ascorra, Juan Carlos Oyanedel, Silva Redón, Francisco Leal, Mauricio Salgado 157

Coloniality and decolonial pedagogy: To think of other education

Catherine Walsh, Luiz Fernandes de Oliveira, Vera Maria Candau 83

Decoloniality as an epistemological emergency to history teaching

Tânia Mara Pedroso Müller, Paulo Antonio Barbosa Ferreira 89

In times of neocolonialism: School without party or School departed?

Maria Cristina Giorgi, Del Carmen Daher, Dayala Paiva de Medeiros Vargens, Fabiany Carneiro de Melo 90

Reconfiguring power in Portuguese higher education

António Magalhães, Amelia Veiga, Pedro Videira 135

Private corporations in Brazilian higher education: Implications of new organizational practices

Aline Veiga dos Santos, Ranilce Guimarães-Iosif, Vera Lúcia Jacob Chaves 136

EdTech and public policies: Introducing the question

Lilian do Valle, Daniel Mill, Aldo Victorio Filho 110

The philosophical basis of optimism in Distance Education

Danilo Bantim Frambach, Marcio Francisco Teixeira de Oliveira 113

Serious games and sensibility regimes: Paradoxes in using games for human formation

Rodrigo Lages e Silva, Gabriela da Silva Bulla, Leandro Paz da Silva, Julia de Campos Lucena 117