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Vol. 23 (2015)

Published: Sep 25, 2015

Looking Beyond School Walls: An Environmental Scan of Minneapolis Public Schools, 2004-2008

Nicola A. Alexander, Wonseok Choi

Students’ acceptance of university institutions

Javier Calvo de Mora, María-Jesús Gallego-Arrufat, Francisco-J. Lamas, Pedro-Antonio García-López

Bolivian Teachers’ Agency: Soldiers of Liberation or Guards of Coloniality and Continuation?

Mieke T. A. Lopes Cardozo

Rethinking Institutional Secularization as an (Im)possible “Policy”

Ezequiel Gomez Caride

Educational Expertise, Advocacy, and Media Influence

Joel R. Malin, Christopher Lubienski

Public Policies and Strategies for the Development of Research in Argentine Private Universities

Cecilia Adrogue, Ángela Corengia, Ana García de Fanelli, María Pita Carranza

Called to be Protagonists. Education Policy, Youth Mobilization and Participation of Secondary Education Students. Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2009-2014

Marina Larrondo

Healthcare Education in Schools: A Curriculum Proposal Introduced Into Spanish Schools in the Name of Unchecked Development

Aida Terrón Bañuelos

Spiral of Decline or “Beacon of Hope:” Stories of School Choice in a Dual Language School.

Timothy Marc Pearson, Jennifer R. Wolgemuth, Soria E. Colomer

No Child Left Behind and Administrative Costs: A Resource Dependence Study of Local School Districts

Stephen R. Neely

The Common Sense as Experience of Democratic Construction: Studies in Schools in Contexts of Poverty in Chile

Silvia Redon Pantoja, José Félix Angulo Rasco, Natalia I. Vallejos

Expanding Downward: Innovation, Diffusion, and State Policy Adoptions of Universal Preschool

F. Chris Curran

No Stone Left Unturned: Exploring the Convergence of New Capitalism in Inclusive Education in the U.S.

Federico R. Waitoller, Elizabeth B. Kozleski

A Value-Added Study of Teacher Spillover Effects Across Four Core Subjects in Middle Schools

Kun Yuan

Are Teachers Crucial for Academic Achievement? Finland Educational Success in a Comparative Perspective

Eduardo Andere

Teachers’ Engagement with Educational Research: Toward a Conceptual Framework for Locally-Based Interpretive Communities

Sardar M. Anwaruddin

On Doing an Analysis of Equity and Closing the Opportunity Gap

Deborah A. Verstegen

Impacts of Arizona’s SB 1070 on Mexican American Students’ Stress, School Attachment, and Grades

Richard A. Orozco, Francesca López

Identification of Elementary Teachers’ Risk for Stress and Vocational Concerns Using the National Schools and Staffing Survey

Richard G. Lambert, Christopher J. McCarthy, Paul G. Fitchett, Sally Lineback, Jenson Reiser

Social Index of Educational Effectiveness: A New Approach from the Perspective of Promoting Equity

Ulisses Azevedo Leitão

“Making the Difficult Choice”: Understanding Georgia’s Test-Based Grade Retention Policy in Reading

Andrew Prescott Huddleston

School Objects? When New Characters Enter the Scene

Vera Lucia Gaspar da Silva, Lucia de Graca Cruz Dominues Amante

School Processes and Internal Efficiency: What is the Relationship with the Academic Achievement in Mexican Vocational Schools?

Ademir Alfredo Ramirez-Zambrano, Francisco Justiniano Velasco-Arellanes, José Ángel Vera-Noriega

Do Teacher-Coaches Make the Cut? The Effectiveness of Athletic Coaches as Math and Reading Teachers

Anna Jacob Egalite, Daniel H. Bowen, Julie R. Trivitt

The Effectiveness of Mexico’s Faculty Improvement Program (Promep) in Public State Universities

Teresa Guzman, Cruz Alberto Martínez-Arcos

Teachers and Curriculum Materials in the Teaching of Social and Natural Sciences. An Analysis on Andalusian Teachers’ Beliefs and Reflective Practice (Spain)

Gabriel Travé-González, Francisco José Pozuelos-Estrada, Antonio Soto-Rosales

Ideas of Justice and Conflict: Differences between Regulations and Commitments of Coexistence and Youth Perception of Justice in Schools

Pedro Nuñez

Are Dual Enrollment Students College Ready? Evidence from the Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education

Brian P. An, Jason L. Taylor

Managing the Dynamics of the Bologna Reforms: How Institutional Actors Re-Construct the Policy Framework

Amelia Veiga, Guy Neave

School Vouchers and Student Neighborhoods: Evidence from the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program

Deven E. Carlson, Joshua M. Cowen

Measuring the Alignment between States’ Finance and Accountability Policies: The Opportunity Gap

Matthew R. Della Sala, Robert C. Knoeppel

Do Algorithms Homogenize Students’ Achievements in Secondary School Better Than Teachers’ Tracking Decisions?

Florian Klapproth

Examining English Language Arts Common Core State Standards Instruction through Cultural Historical Activity Theory

Jennifer Barrett-Tatum

Repercussions of FUNDEF/FUNDEB on Initial Remuneration of Teachers from Pará’s State Public School System

Fabrício Aarão Freire Carvalho

The Construction of the Pedagogic Political Project: Contributions of Collaborative Action Research

Dirléia Fanfa Sarmento, Cledes Antônio Casagrande

Motivations for Internationalization of Higher Education: A Study of Multiple Cases in a Higher Education Denominational International System

Everson Muckenberger, Irene Kazumi Miura

High and Low Value-Added Schools. Differential Profiles of Secondary Schools in Baja California (Mexico)

Maria Castro-Morera, Adán Moisés García-Medina, Luis Horacio Pedroza-Zuñiga, Joaquín Caso-Niebla

Competency Curriculum Reform: The Experience in the Preparatorias Federales por Cooperacion

Cesar Silva Montes

Mapping the Profit Motive: A Comparative Analysis of For-­Profit and Non-­Profit Charter Schools

William Brett Robertson

The Influence of Multiple Administrations of a State Achievement Test on Passing Rates for Student Groups

Joseph F. T. Nese, Gerald Tindal, Joseph J. Stevens, Stephen N. Elliott

Legitimacy in University Government: A New Typology

Andres Bernasconi, Paula Clasing

Equity of Access to Higher Education: The “Class Rank” as a Mechanism of Inclusion in the Chilean Admission System

Daniel Casanova

The Link of Teacher Career Paths on the Distribution of High Qualified Teachers: A Chilean Case Study

Maria del Rosario Rivero

Barriers to Success? The Role of Statewide Education Governance Structures in P-20 Council Collaboration

Jennifer Rippner

Not Ready for College, but Ready for the Military: A Policy Challenge for the College- and Career-Readiness Agenda

Erin L Castro

Educator Evaluation Policy that Incorporates EVAAS Value-Added Measures: Undermined Intentions and Exacerbated Inequities

Kimberly Kappler Hewitt

Between Art and Teaching: A Study on the Profile of Alumni from Undergraduate Dance Programmes in Southern Brazil

João Souza, Marcelo de Andrade Pereira, Gilberto Icle

Graduation in Accounting Sciences - Emphasis on Competences: Contributions to the Debate

Marcos Laffin

Parental Trigger Laws and the Power of Framing in Educational Politics

Abe Feuerstein

Red Beads and Profound Knowledge: Deming and Quality of Education

Sharon Lohr

Performance Measures for Teachers and Teacher Education: Corporate Education Reform Opens the Door to New Legal Issues

Diana Pullin

Official Policies and Teachers’ Tendency to Act: Exploring the Discrepancies in Teachers’ Perceptions

Orly Shapira – Lishchinsky, Israel Zvi Gilat

Lessons from a Federal Grant for School Diversity: Tracing a Theory of Change and Implementation of Local Policies

Elizabeth DeBray, Kathryn McDermott, Erica Frankenberg, Ann Elizabeth Blankenship

Understanding the changing faculty workforce in higher education: A comparison of non-tenure track and tenure line experiences

Molly Ott, Jesus Cisneros

Impact of National Board for the Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) certification on student achievement

Sarah Irvine Belson, Thomas A Husted

The effect of summer on value-added assessments of teacher and school performance

Gregory J Palardy, Luyao Peng

The covert mechanisms of education policy discourse: Unmasking policy insiders’ discourses and discursive strategies in upholding or challenging racism and classism in education

Melanie Bertrand, Wendy Y. Perez, John Rogers

Preservice teachers’ adaptations to tensions associated with the edTPA during its early implementation in New York and Washington states

Kevin W. Meuwissen, Jeffrey M. Choppin

Education premiums and skilled migration: Lessons for an educational policy

Camelia Tigau, Bernardo Bolaños Guerra

Good practices applied to research management at top ranking universities

Marina Tomàs Folch, Trinidad Mentado Labao, Jose María Ruíz Ruíz

Gender and leadership in the Spanish university. A study on the gender gap in university management

Mercedes Cuevas López, Francisco Díaz Rosas

Think tanks and education. FAES neoliberalism in the LOMCE

Geo Saura

Can students themselves narrow the socioeconomic-status-based achievement gap through their own persistence and learning time?

Haigen Huang

Research and evidence in education decision-making: A comparison of results from two pan-Canadian studies

Gerald Galway, Bruce Sheppard

The discursive construction of lower-tracked students: Ideologies of meritocracy and the politics of education

Kate T. Anderson

A different lens: Changing perspectives using Photo-Elicitation Interviews

Daniela Torre, Joseph Murphy

Investigating the relationship between school-level accountability practices and science achievement

Fernanda Gandara, Jennifer Randall

The revised SAT score and its potential benefits for the admission of minority students to higher education

Maria Veronica Santelices, Mark Wilson

Topics of grade retention in Portugal through the PISA: quality and equity

Maria Eugenia Ferrao

Self-evaluation processes of schools or internal evaluation of the system?

Anabela Barros Pinto Sousa, Manuela Terrasêca

Public policies for education completion: The case of Argentina's Fines Plan

Valentina Viego

Tutorial practices in a university training device in Mexico

Viridiana Aydee León Hernández, Elisa Lugo Villaseñor

Refusing Detroit’s public school failure: African American women’s educational advocacy and critical care versus the politics of disposability

Camille M Wilson

Private education supply in disadvantaged areas of the City of Buenos Aires and ‘low-fee private schooling’: Comparisons, contexts and implications

Mauro Carlos Moschetti

Study about attitudes toward school and educational expectations of immigrant students

Rosa María Rodríguez Izquierdo

Social representations and educational guidance of the professorship

Sonsoles San Román, Carlos Vecina, Elisa Usategui, Ana Irene del Valle, Mar Venegas

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

Between Policies and Practices: The Challenges of Inclusive Education

Marcia Denise Pletsch, Geovana Mendonça Lunardi Mendes

School Inclusion Policy and Curricular Practices: Teaching Strategies for Target Audience Conceptual Elaboration of Special Education

Regina Célia Linhares Hostins, Suelen Garay Figueiredo Jordão

Continuing Education for Public Administrators in Special Education: Local Policy for School Inclusion

Denise Meyrelles de Jesus, Edson Pantaleão, Mariangela Lima de Almeida

School Enrichment Activities as a Strategy to Contribute to the School Inclusion of Students With High Ability/Giftedness

Soraia Napoleão Freitas, Andréia Jaqueline Devalle Rech

Assessment of Students with Intellectual Disabilities Literacy Condition in Inclusive Context

Anna Augusta Sampaio de Oliveira

Comparative Study of School Inclusion Policy School for Students with Physical Disabilities in Three Brazilian Municipalities

Emanuele Teixeira Andrade, Enicéia Gonçalves Mendes

Teachers in Specialized Education Support Services: Responsibilities and Impossibilities

Juliana Telles de Castro, Alexandre Fernandez Vaz

Use of Graphic Systems in the Routine of Regular Classroom With a Disabled Student

Débora Deliberato, Leila Regina D’Oliveira Paula Nunes

Special Education in Perspective: Implications for Articulated Teaching in High School and Technological

Fabiane Adela Tonetto Costas, Claucia Honnef

Teach For All

Theorizing and Documenting the Spread of Teach For All and its Impact on Global Education Reform

Rolf Straubhaar, Daniel Friedrich

Teach For All: Storytelling “Shared Solutions” and Scaling Global Reform

Chloe Ahmann

Crème de la Crème: The Teach For All Experience and Its Lessons for Policy-Making in Latin America

Belen Cumsille R., Ariel Fiszbein

Teach For America and Teach For All: Creating an Intermediary Organization Network for Global Education Reform

Priya Goel La Londe, T Jameson Brewer, Christopher A Lubienski

Making All Children Count: Teach For All and the Universalizing Appeal of Data

Daniel Friedrich, Mia Walter, Erica Colmenares


Issues of Teacher Performance Stability are Not New: Limitations and Possibilities

Thomas L. Good, Alyson L. Lavigne

The Worst of Both Worlds: How U.S. and U.K. Models are Influencing Australian Education

Stephen Dinham

A New Paradigm for Educational Accountability

Meaningful Learning in a New Paradigm for Educational Accountability: An Introduction

Linda Darling-Hammond, Jon Snyder

A New Era for Educational Assessment

David Conley

Assessment and Accountability to Support Meaningful Learning

Scott Marion, Paul Leather

Superintendents’ Recommendations for a New Federal Framework for Educational Accountability

S. Dallas Dance

Accountability Is More Than a Test Score

Stephan Turnipseed, Linda Darling-Hammond

Professional Capacity and Accountability: An Introduction

Linda Darling-Hammond, Jon Snyder

Professional Capital as Accountability

Michael Fullan, Santiago Rincón-Gallardo, Andy Hargreaves

Professional Accountability for Improving Life, College, and Career Readiness

Jon Snyder, Travis Bristol

A Coherent System of Teacher Evaluation for Quality Teaching

Accomplished California Teachers

Accountability for Resources and Outcomes: An Introduction

Linda Darling-Hammond, Jon Snyder

Resource accountability: Enforcing state responsibilities for sufficient and equitable resources used effectively to provide all students a quality education

David G. Sciarra, Molly A. Hunter

California’s first year with local control finance and accountability

David Menefee-Libey, Charles Taylor Kerchner

New accountability in California through local control funding reforms: The promise and the gaps

John T. Affeldt

Fifty years later: A chance to get ESEA back on track

Joseph Bishop

Knowledge Mobilization in Education

Knowledge brokers in education: How intermediary organizations are bridging the gap between research, policy and practice internationally

Amanda Cooper, Samantha Shewchuk

Looking outside education: Expanding our thinking about moving research into practice

Jack Schneider

The World Indigenous Research Alliance (WIRA): Mediating and mobilizing Indigenous Peoples’ educational knowledge and aspirations

Paul Whitinui, Onowa McIvor, Boni Robertson, Lindsay Morcom, Kimo Cashman, Veronica Arbon

Mapping the collaborative research process

Julie Reed Kochanek, Carrie Scholz, Alicia J Garcia

Brokering knowledge mobilization networks: Policy reforms, partnerships, and teacher education

Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, Ruth Kane, Jesse Butler, Lisa Glithero, Rita Forte

Connecting the dots: Understanding the flow of research knowledge within a research brokering network

Joelle Rodway

Evidence use and advocacy coalitions: Intermediary organizations and philanthropies in Denver, Colorado

Janelle Scott, Huriya Jabbar, Priya Goel, Elizabeth DeBray, Christopher Lubienski

Etnografía y sociolingüística de la interacción

Introducción: Hacia una mirada interaccional y multimodal de las políticas públicas educativas

Ana Inés Heras, Virginia Unamuno

Entrevistas comunitarias, la recuperación del conocimiento comunitario desde la escuela. El caso de las Secundarias Comunitarias Indígenas, Oaxaca, México

Julieta Briseño

Itinerario de una investigación sociolingüística en colaboración con niños y maestros en un contexto bilingüe guaraní-castellano en la provincia de Corrientes, Argentina

Carolina Gandulfo

Um olhar sobre o olhar indígena e suas escol(h)as

Magali Mendes Menezes, Maria Aparecida Bergamaschi, Mateus da Silva Pereira

Práctica cotidiana escolar, reflexión docente y posicionamiento en política pública. Análisis de intercambios en asambleas semanales

Ana Inés Heras

Cooperative learning and embodied accountability: an ethnographic analysis of classroom participation in an English school

Laura Luna Figueroa

Relações teoria-prática na formação de professores de Ciências: um estudo das interações discursivas no interior de uma disciplina acadêmica

Gabriel Menezes Viana, Danusa Munford, Márcia Serra Ferreira, Priscila Correia Fernandes

Los hacedores de la EIB: un acercamiento a las políticas lingüístico-educativas relativas a la educación indígena desde las aulas bilingües del Chaco.

Virginia Unamuno

Retención escolar y educación de calidad: logros y desafíos pendientes en una escuela secundaria argentina

Natalia Rosli, Paula Carlino, Carolina Roni

New Public Management and the New Professional

New Public Management and the new professionalism in education: Framing the issue

Gary Anderson, Kathryn Herr

Redesigning the identities of teachers and leaders: A framework for studying new professionalism and educator resistance

Gary Anderson, Michael Cohen

Cultivating disruptive subjectivities: Interrupting the new professionalism

Kathryn Herr

Conceptualizing teacher professional identity in neoliberal times: Resistance, compliance and reform

David Hall, Ruth McGinity

Hybridized teacher education programs in NYC: A missed opportunity?

Angus Shiva Mungal

Targets, threats and (dis)trust: The managerial troika for public school principals in Chile

Carmen Montecinos, Luis Ahumada, Sergio Galdames, Fabián Campos, María Verónica Leiva