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Vol. 22 (2014)

Published: Jan 5, 2014

Measuring Internal Educational Equity: Application to Latin America

María Marta Formichella

“We Brought It Upon Ourselves”: University-Based Teacher Education and the Emergence of Boot-Camp-Style Routes to Teacher Certification

Daniel Friedrich

Opening the “black box”: Organizational differences between charter schools and traditional public schools.

Xin Wei, Deepa Patel, Viki M Young

It’s Not Education by Zip Code Anymore – But What is It? Conceptions of Equity under the Common Core

Mindy Laura Kornhaber, Kelly Griffith, Alison Tyler

Evaluating the Validity of Portfolio Assessments for Licensure Decisions

Mark Wilson, P J Hallam, Raymond L. Pecheone, Pamela A. Moss

Focusing on Short-term Achievement Gains Fails to Produce Long-term Gains

David W Grissmer, John A Beekman, David R Ober

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

D. Brent Edwards Jr.

How Ready are Postsecondary Institutions for Students who are d/Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing?

Stephanie Washbourn Cawthon, Sarah Joanna Schoffstalll, Carrie Lou Garberoglio

Adverse Impact of Racial Isolation on Student Performance: A Study in North Carolina

Andy Sharma, Ann Moss Joyner, Ashley Osment

How useful is the evaluation of teaching? An exploratory study on students’ beliefs

Jose-Maria Ernesto Garcia Garduno

Measuring Competition: Inconsistent definitions, inconsistent results.

Matthew Allen Linick

Teaching approaches of university professors in Mexico

Etty Haydee Estévez Nenninger, Claudia Gabriela Arreola Olivarría, Angel Alberto Valdés Cuervo

Achievement at whose expense? A literature review of test-based grade retention policies in U.S. school

Andrew Prescott Huddleston

Does Money bring happiness? The relationship between inputs and quality in education

José Marcelino de Rezende Pinto

Evolving Statewide Transfer Policies: Persistent Efforts in a Climate of Workforce Development among Massachusetts Community Colleges

Daniel de la Torre Jr., Ryan S. Wells

Educating for science. Elements to define an education policy that supports the training of scientists. The case of Mexico.

Francisco Javier Segura Mojica, Hugo Alejandro Borjas García

The Media Got it Wrong! A Critical Discourse Analysis of Changes to the Educational Policy Making Arena

Peter Piazza

Contributions to the history of teacher unionism in Portugal: From study groups to the assertion and crisis of the teacher union movement

Manuel Tavares

Embodiment and educational policy sense making

Augusto Riveros

Latin America in unstable and uncertain contexts: Analysis and perspectives about education and work for the new generations.

Pablo Aparicio Castillo

Historical Trends in Educational Decentralization in the United States and Developing Countries: A Periodization and Comparison in the Post-WWII Context

D. Brent Edwards Jr., David DeMatthews

Academic bodies, resources and forced collegiality

Cesar Silva Montes, Alberto Castro Valles

National Affiliation or Local Representation: When TFA Alumni Run for School Board

Rebecca Jacobsen, Tamara Wilder Linkow

The Performing School: The Effects of Market & Accountability Policies

Alejandra Falabella

The Development and Implementation of a National, Standards-based, Multi-method Teacher Performance Assessment System in Chile

Sandy Taut, Yulan Sun

Understanding How Universal Vouchers Have Impacted Urban School Districts’ Enrollment in Chile

Jaime Portales, Julian Vasquez Heilig

Reward for fulfillment of goals: the case of some incentives to partially state-funded Chilean universities

Carlos H. Wörner

New medical programs as a symbol: between academic legitimacy and market signaling

Enrique Fernandez Darraz, Andres Bernasconi

The real weight of college loans. The issue of young debtors of the Corfo undergraduate school loan in Santiago de Chile

Lorena Perez-Roa

Chasing the European Dream: Unaccompanied African Youths’ Educational Experience in a Canary Islands’ Reception Centre and Beyond

Valérie Auger-Voyer, Martha Montero-Sieburth, Lidia Cabrera Perez

Accountability for College and Career Readiness: Developing a New Paradigm

Linda Darling-Hammond, Gene Wilhoit, Linda Pittenger

Stigma without Sanctions: The (Lack of) Impact of Private School Vouchers on Student Achievement

Daniel H. Bowen, Julie R. Trivitt

The Use of Online Strategies and Social Media for Research Dissemination in Education

Amanda Cooper

Knowledge Utility: From Social Relevance to Knowledge Mobilization

Judith C. Naidorf

Inequitable dispersion: Mapping the distribution of highly qualified teachers in St. Louis metropolitan public elementary schools

Lyndsie Marie Schultz

Evaluating the recession’s impact on state school finance systems

Bruce D. Baker

How Consistent are Course Grades? An Examination of Differential Grading

Samuel Rauschenberg

Measures of another gaze... About the materiality of the space of daycare centers and the constitution of a place for infants

Luciane Pandini Simiano

The construction of the school curriculum: reflections about cultural difference

Maria de Lourdes Rangel Tura, Talita Vidal Pereira

The Stability of Teacher Performance and Effectiveness: Implications for Policies Concerning Teacher Evaluation

Grant B. Morgan, Kari J. Hodge, Tonya M. Trepinksi, Lorin W. Anderson

Modeling College Graduation GPA Considering Equity in Admissions: Evidence from the University of Puerto Rico

Horacio Matos-Diaz, Dwight Garcia

Anticipating and Incorporating Stakeholder Feedback when Developing Value-Added Models

Ryan Balch, Cory Koedel

Houston, We Have a Problem: Teachers Find No Value in the SAS Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS®)

Clarin Collins

The European Union and the genesis of the space of cooperation in higher education and academic recognition community

Facundo Solanas

Sorting out the signal: Do multiple measures of teachers’ effectiveness provide consistent information to teachers and principals?

Katharine O. Strunk, Tracey L. Weinsten, Reino Makkonen

Assessing Admission Criteria for Early and Mid-Career Students: Evidence from a U.S. MPA Program

Rajeev Darolia, Stephanie Potochnick, Charles E. Menifield

Paradigms, Power, and PR in New York City: Assessing Two School Accountability Implementation Efforts

Craig Peck

Internationalization of higher education: A study with fellows students of a higher education institution in Brazil

Andrelina Pimentel de Sena, Fátima Regina Ney Matos, Diego de Queiroz Machado, Augusto Marcos Carvalho de Sena

What makes teachers satisfied with their profession?

Daniel Capistrano, Ana Carolina Cirotto

“Are we architects or construction workers?” Re-examining teacher autonomy and turnover in charter schools

A. Chris Torres

Qualitative Inquiry

Qualitative Inquiry in an Age of Educationalese

Gustavo Enrique Fischman, Adai Tefera

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

Robert Donmoyer

Scaling Down: A Modest Proposal for Practice-based Policy Research in Teaching

Frederick Erickson

“To Give Good Science”: Doing Qualitative Research in the Afterward

Patti Lather

Qualitative research as policy knowledge: Framing policy problems and transforming education from the ground up

Michael Dumas, Gary L. Anderson

Nuevas Perspectivas sobre el Curriculum Escolar

School knowledge, science, institution and democracy

Jesús Romero Morante

Social Epistemology, the Reason of “Reason” and the Curriculum Studies

Thomas Popkewitz

Genealogía y cambio conceptual. Educación, historia y memoria

Raimundo Cuesta Fernández

Is school curriculum still relevant in digital culture? Debates and challenges on contemporary cultural authority

Inés Dussel

The School Curriculum from the World Society Theory: Review and Outlook

Fernanda Astiz

The Future of Educational Research Journals

The Future of Education Research Journals: Challenges and responses

David Post

Significance: U.S. Blind Spots in Judging Research

Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt

Local Knowledge When Ranking Journals: Reproductive Effects and Resistant Possibilities

Suresh Canagarajah

The SSCI Syndrome in Taiwan’s Academia

Chuing Prudence Chou

Ranking Regime and the Future of Vernacular Scholarship

Mayumi Ishikawa

Ranking Regimes and the Production of Knowledge in Academia: (Re)shaping Faculty Work?

Leslie D Gonzales, Anne-Marie Núñez

Strategies and tactics in academic knowledge production by multilingual scholars

Mary Jane Curry, Theresa M Lillis

The Influence of Rankings and Incentive Systems on Academic Publishing in South African Universities

Crain Soudien

Scientific Journals of Universities of Chile, Colombia, and Venezuela: Actors and Roles

Jorge Enrique Delgado Troncoso

Revista de Política Educativa

Globalised, Commodified and Privatised: current international trends in education and education policy

Stephen J. Ball

State regulation and educational segregation in the Province of Buenos Aires

Cecilia Veleda

The middle schools role in the production of social inequalities

Ines Dussel

Education and Social Cohesion in Latin America: a micro-political Perspective

Silvina Gvirtz, Jason Beech

Sexuality and School. Possible Programmatics perspectives

Catalina Wainerman, Natalia Chami

The Giants Awake: The Present and Future of Higher Education Systems in China and India

Philip Altbach

Faculty in Argentine National Universities. Obstacles to Faculty Career

Ana García de Fanelli, Marina Moguillansky

Information Technologies and Educational Inequality in Latin America

Juan Carlos Tedesco

La generación interactiva en Argentina: niños y adolescentes ante las pantallas

Xavier Bringué Sala, Charo Sádaba Chalezquer, Alejandro Artopoulos

The agency costs in university institutions: an analytical model for its evaluation

Marcelo Rabossi

Student records in the construction of student’s problems

Silvina Cimolai

Meanings of “Ubiquitous Learning”

Nicholas C. Burbules

Participation in learning assessments in the developing world, 1960-2009

David H. Kamens, Aaron Benavot

Motivation, organization and career teachers: the Italian case

Giuseppe Bertola, Daniele Checchi

An exceptional deal. Affirmative everyday action at the National University of Cuyo

Germán Fernández Vavrik

The production and publication of statistical information on education in Argentina. Elements for a diagnosis

Belen Sánchez

School drop-out in urban high schools in Argentina: New indicators for planning education inclusion policies

Cora Steinberg

Teacher’s Training for Educational Quality Teaching

Andrea Alliaud

Interactions between teacher unions and state in the Province of Buenos Aires during the 2000-2007 period

Annie Mulcahy

Home, Pre-school and Primary school influences upon children’s educational attainment at age 11

Edward Melhuish, Pam Sammons, Kathy Sylva, Iram Siraj-Blatchford, Brenda Taggart

Migration, educational policies & practices: Constructing difference in Buenos Aires & in Madrid

Jason Beech, Ana Bravo-Moreno

Politics, Policies, and Practices of Coaching and Mentoring Programs

Charting the Research on the Policies and Politics of Coaching

Sarah Woulfin

Principals’ Sensemaking of Coaching for Ambitious Reading Instruction in a High-Stakes Accountability Policy Environment

Lindsay Clare Matsumura, Elaine Wang

Building Teachers’ Data-use Capacity: Insights from Strong and Developing Coaches

Alice Huguet, Julie A Marsh, Caitlin Farrell

A Look Inside Mathematics Coaching: Roles, Content, and Dynamics

Rejoice Mudzimiri, Elizabeth A. Burroughs, Jennifer Luebeck, John Sutton, David Yopp

Understanding Relationship: Maximizing the Effects of Science Coaching

Ruth Anderson, Sue Feldman, Jim Minstrell

What Would it Cost to Coach Every New Principal? An Estimate Using Statewide Personnel Data

Chad R. Lochmiller

Capacity Building and Districts’ Decision to Implement Coaching Initiatives

Melinda M. Mangin

DE-MARGINALIZING SCIENCE IN THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM BY COACHING TEACHERS TO ADDRESS PERCEIVED DILEMMAS

Alissa Berg, Felicia M. Mensah

Educação de Jovens e Adultos; aprendizagem no século 21

The many inventions of the EJA

Sandra Regina Sales, Jane Paiva

Languages and experiences in Youth and Adult Education

Marcia Soares Alvarenga

Comparisons between education offerings for youth and adults with a focus on youth: profiles and spaces

Eliane Ribeiro, Luiz Carlos Souza, Maria Virgínia de Freitas

Education for Youth and Adults: enchantment and permanency at school

Dóris Maria Luzzardi Fiss, Jeferson Ventura Machado

Popular Education: A collective construction from the South and bottom up

Marco Raúl Mejia J.

The school attendance in Education for Youth and Adults: discursive categorization proposed research from 1998 to 2012 Brazil

Gerson Tavares Carmo, Cintia Tavares Carmo

Collaborative Research: The face of Youth and Adult Education research and the subjects implications

Marinaide Lima de Queiroz Freitas, Nadja Naira Aguiar Ribeiro

Work, Education and Human Emancipation Humana: Affirming Youth and Adult Education as a right

Maria Clara Bueno Fischer, Ana Cláudia Ferreira Godinho

The recognition of Youth and Adult Education specificities: constitution and organization of YAE programs

Leoncio José Gomes Soares, Rafaela Carla e Silva Soares

Educators of Urban ProJovem: Who are these young actors of youth and adult education?

Diógenes Pinheiro, Luiz Carlos Gil Esteve, Miguel Farah Neto

Educação especial: diferenças, currículo e processos de ensino e aprendizagem

Special Education: policies and teaching-learning processes

Marcia Denise Pletsch, Geovana Mendonça Mendes Lunardi

The deployment of inclusive education programs in a Brazilian municipality: the guarantee of an effective teaching-learning process?

Andressa Santos Rebelo, Mônica de Carvalho Magalhães Kassar

Influence of researcher's social representations in analysis of interviews: a study in the field of special education

Eduardo José Manzini, Rosana Glat

Curriculum and school knowledge in contemporary society: challenges for the education of people with disabilities

Geovana Mendonça Lunardi Mendes, Fabiany Cassia Silva

The schooling of people with intellectual disabilities in Brazil: From institutionalization to policies of inclusion

Marcia Denise Pletsch

Policies and practices of inclusive education: conditions and contradictions in the daily life of a primary school

Flávia Faissal Souza, Débora Dainez, Ana Luiza Bustamante Smolka, Roberta Gomes Scian, Cristina Hulshof

Alternative Communication beyond Assistive Technologies

Leila Regina Nunes, Catia Crivelenti de Figueiredo Walter

Autism: early childhood education as an intervention scenario

Débora Nunes, Eliana Rodrigues Araújo

Interface between EJA and Special Education: the teacher and the inclusion of young people and adults with intellectual disabilities

Mariele Angélica de Souza Freitas, Juliane Ap. de Paula Perez Campos

Comparative and international history of school accountability

Towards a Comparative and International History of School Testing and Accountability

Sherman Dorn, Christian Ydesen

The Global Transformation Toward Testing for Accountability

William C. Smith

Desegregation, Accountability, and Equality: North Carolina and the Nation, 1971-2002

Scott Baker, Anthony Myers, Brittany Vasquez

Nineteenth-Century World’s Fairs as Accountability Systems: Scopic Systems, Audit Practices and Educational Data

Noah W. Sobe, David T. Boven

Testing Like William the Conqueror: Cultural and Instrumental Uses of Examinations

Sherman Dorn

Accountability Practices in the History of Danish Primary Public Education from the 1660s to the Present

Christian Ydesen, Karen E. Andreasen

The Development of Educational Accountability in China and Denmark

Palle Rasmussen, Yihuan Zou