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Vol. 25 (2017)

Published: Jan 6, 2017

Righting past wrongs: A superintendent’s social justice leadership for dual language education along the U.S.-Mexico border

David DeMatthews, Elena Izquierdo, David S. Knight

Equitable leadership on the ground: Converging on high-leverage practices

Mollie K. Galloway, Ann M. Ishimaru

Educational achievements: Does the gender of students matter?

María María Ibañez Martín, María Marta Formichella

The long journey: Perspectives on the coordination of Chilean higher education

Jose M. Salazar, Peodair S. Leihy

The failure of the U.S. education research establishment to identify effective practices: Beware effective practices policies

Stanley Pogrow

Staying and concluding higher education: What Indians say about the Universidade Estadual do Centro-Oeste do Paraná [UNICENTRO] – Brazil

Juliane Sachser Angnes, Maria de Fátima Quintal de Freitas, Marcel Luciano Klozovski, Zoraide da Fonseca Costa, Carla Marlana Rocha

The role of the cooperating teacher in the context of physical education teacher training: The cooperating teacher’s perspective

Teresa Maria Leandro Sousa Silva, Paula Maria Fazendeiro Batista, Amândio Braga Graça

Principals’ perceptions of public schools’ professional development changes during NCLB

Douglas Wieczorek

Identifying scalable policy solutions: A state-wide cross-classified analysis of factors related to early childhood literacy

Robert L. Vagi, Clarin Collins, Terri Clark

Public-private partnerships, accountability, and competition: Theory versus reality in the charter schools of Bogotá, Colombia

D. Brent Edwards Jr., David DeMatthews, Hilary Hartley

Linking TIMSS and NAEP assessments to evaluate international trends in achievement

Hwanggyu Lim, Stephen G. Sireci

The role of manager: Perceptions from academic-managers of a Brazilian Federal University

Milka Alves Correia Barbosa, Fátima Regina Ney Matos, José Ricardo Costa Mendonça, Kely César Martins Paiva, Fernanda Roda de Souza Araújo Cassundé

Impact of internal migration movements on the schooling process in Turkey: Supervisors’ views

Hanife Akar, Derya Şen

A comparative perspective on public policies for education: Studies on Brazil-Spain

Donaldo Bello de Souza, Neusa Chaves Batista

The procrastination influence on academic performance and the moderating role of personal sense of power

Elder Semprebon, Hugo Dias Amaro, Ilse Maria Beuren

“We felt they took the heart out of the community”: Examining a community-based response to urban school closure

Terrance Green

Exploring school choice and the consequences for student racial segregation within Pennsylvania’s charter school transfers

Erica Frankenberg, Stephen Kotok, Kai Schafft, Bryan Mann

English language learner teacher effectiveness and the Common Core

Tammy Johnson, Lorra Wells

Investigating student exposure to competency-based education

Sarah Ryan, Joshua D. Cox

Profile and perceptions of MOOC's potential participants

Dora Simões, Belem Barbosa, Carolina Pinto

Digital accessibility: An analysis of homepages of Federal Education Institutions of Brazil

Daniel Luís Arenhardt, Tatiane Stefanel Franchi, Vânia Medianeira Flores Costa, Márcia Zampieri Grohmann

The social networks and paradoxes of the opt-out movement amid the Common Core State Standards implementation: The case of New York

Yinying Wang

Is the Common Core racing America to the top? Tracking changes in state standards, school practices, and student achievement

Jaekyung Lee, Yin Wu

The time of literacy in Ceará: The PAIC and the multiple streams model

Lilia Asuca Sumiya, Maria Arlete Duarte Araújo, Hironobu Sano

Book acquisition preferences among Rio de Janeiro municipal teachers

Kaizo Iwakami Beltrao, Milena Piraccini Duchiade

Teacher work motivation in the era of extrinsic incentives: Performance goals and pro-social commitments in the service of equity

Rick Mintrop, Miguel Ordenes

The emergent construction of unequal populations in Latin American education

Jesús Aguilar Nery

Educational equity and opportunity to learn: Access to teachers in Brazil

Lara Elena Ramos Simielli

(De)coloniality in management education: Exploring limits and possibilities

Valério Carvalho Filho, Ana Sílvia Rocha Ipiranga, Alexandre de Almeida Faria

The evaluation of professional education graduates in Mexico: A reflection of the implementation of a policy of competitiveness in higher education

José Alfonso Jiménez Moreno

Disparate use of exclusionary discipline: Evidence on inequities in school discipline from a U.S. state

Kaitlin P. Anderson, Gary W. Ritter

Were the student’s actions a manifestation of the student’s disability? The need for policy change and guidance

Maria M. Lewis

Curriculum, normativity and policies of recognition from school trajectories of “gay boys”

Thiago Ranniery

Types of ethical conflict and management forms in social education and social work. Challenges in training politics

Jesús Vilar Martín, Gisela Riberas Bargalló

“This is my family outside of my family”: Care-based relating in a model early college high school

Omer Ari, Teresa Fisher-Ari, Jim Killacky, Roma Angel

Friends and family: A literature review on how high school social groups influence advanced math and science coursetaking

Michael Gottfried, Ann Owens, Darryl Williams, Hui Yon Kim, Michela Musto

Teacher’s time organization and its relationship to job satisfaction: Chilean case evidence

Veronica Cabezas, María Paz Medeiros, David Inostroza, Constanza Gómez, Vicente Loyola

Occupational stress in elementary school faculty members in Rio Grande do Sul: A gender analysis

Marcus Levi Lopes Barbosa, Denise Regina Quaresma da Silva, Lisiane Machado de Oliveira Menegotto, Ronei Saldanha Lopes

An analysis of predictors of history content knowledge: Implications for policy and practice

Paul G. Fitchett, Tina L. Heafner, Richard G. Lambert

Reflections on public policies for education in human rights in Brazilian higher education

Daniel de Mello Massimino, Danielle Anne Pamplona

Rethinking the relationship between education and the work world from a gender perspective: Considerations based on a longitudinal study in Greater Buenos Aires

Ana Miranda, Milena Arancibia

University Social Responsibility (USR): Principles for a sustainable, cooperative and democratic university from the participative diagnosis of its student body

María-Jesús Martínez-Usarralde, Carmen Lloret-Catalá, Sara Mas-Gil

Compulsory education laws or incentives from CCT programs? Explaining the rise in secondary school attendance rate in Argentina

Maria Edo, Mariana Marchionni, Santiago Garganta

Chilean educational centers and the external counselling process: A look from the perspective of its protagonists

Mario Fabian Garay Aguilar, Marita Sánchez Moreno

Professional insertion of teachers into higher education

Tatiana Pinheiro de Oliveira, Giseli Barreto da Cruz

Identities, internship programs and teaching: Discursive analysis of undergraduate student statements from a Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Sandra Regina de Moura, Dóris Maria Luzzardi Fiss

The impact of school leadership and school environment on teacher job satisfaction in Latin America

Cynthia Martínez-Garrido

Conceptions about educational quality among teachers in the High School Educational System at the University of Guadalajara

Jon Olaskoaga-Larrauri, Carlos Mendoza-Sepúlveda, Elia Marúm-Espinosa

Politics first: Examining the practices of the multi-district superintendent

Daniella Hall, Erin McHenry-Sorber

Equity and access in charter schools: Identifying issues and solutions

David T. Marshall

Interrelations between policymakers’ intentions and school agents’ interpretation of accountability policy in Israel

Lisa Amdur, Irit Mero-Jaffe

Education policy research in the big data era: Methodological frontiers, misconceptions, and challenges

Yinying Wang

Intellectual properties of the Federal Network of Professional, Scientific and Technological Education

Junior Leal do Prado, Jose Maria Fernandez-Crehuet, Antonio Martins de Oliveira Júnior

Stress and academic performance among accounting graduate students in Brazil

Marise Santana de Rezende, Gilberto José Miranda, Janser Moura Pereira, Edgard Bruno Cornacchione Júnior

Happiness! I passed the entrance exam, but the college is private: Paradoxes of Brazilian higher education

Annor da Silva Junior, Priscilla de Oliveria Martins-Silva, Katia Cyrlene de Araújo Vasconcelos, Vitor Correa da Silva, Mariana Ramos de Melo

The physical-chemical concept of matter in Latin American Primary Schools: When and how much is done

Santiago Atrio Cerezo, M. Araceli Calvo Pascual

The color of time on the progression of letters: Notes between black and white on the passage from orality to literacy

Cláudia Bechara Fröhlich, Simone Moschen

Reforming the Japanese preschool system: An ethnographic case study of policy implementation

Akiko Hayashi, Joseph Tobin

Universal Algebra I policy, access, and inequality: Findings from a national survey

Janine T. Remillard, John Y. Baker, Michael D. Steele, Nina D. Hoe, Anne Traynor

School participation and educational inclusion: A case study of high school student experiences

Gabriela de la Cruz Flores, Diego Ilinich Matus Ortega

The performance of scientific research in management in Portugal: Some causes and consequences

Margarida M. Pinheiro

Innovation management framework for higher education institutions: Application in a case study

Diego de Queiroz Machado, Fátima Regina Ney Matos, Augusto Marcos Carvalho de Sena, Ana Silvia Rocha Ipiranga

Making sense while steering through the fog: Principals’ metaphors within a national reform implementation

Sherry Ganon-Shilon, Chen Schechter

The students’ Occupation and the reinvention of schooling space enabled by interactive technologies

Diego Felipe de Souza Queiroz, Paula Chagas Bortolon, Rita de Cássia Machado da Rocha

Social control in the municipal planning of education in Brazil

Donaldo Bello de Souza, Alzira Batalha Alcântara

Evaluation as a mechanism of the regulation of academic work. Case studies at universities in Argentina and Spain

Verónica Soledad Walker

Neglecting democracy in education policy: A-F school report card accountability systems

Kevin Murray, Kenneth R. Howe

Accounting for institutional variation in expected returns to higher education

Shawn Dorius, David Tandberg, Bridgette Cram

Discursive contestations and pluriversal futures: A decolonial analysis of educational policies in the United Arab Emirates

Elena Aydarova

Assessing Spanish-speaking immigrant parents’ perceptions of climate at a New Language Immersion School: A critical analysis using “Thinking with Theory”

David Aguayo, Lisa M. Dorner

Education in municipal agendas within the state of Tlaxcala, Mexico

Adriana Carro Olvera

Partnerships between intercultural preschools and Mapuche communities in Metropolitan Region, Chile: Negotiations in a contact zone

Rukmini Becerra Lubies, Simona Mayo González

Policy incentives in Canadian large-scale assessment: How policy levers influence teacher decisions about instructional change

Derek T. Copp

Educomunicação as a public policy to promote authorial work at school

Ana Claudia Pavão Siluk, Lilian Roberta Ilha Saccol, Angela Balbina Neves Picada

Professional development and teacher collaboration: Analyzing tensions and fractures between theory and practice in a Spanish context

Felipe Trillo Alonso, José Miguel Nieto Cano, Begoña Martínez Domínguez, Juan Manuel Escudero Muñoz

Academic trajectories of generational groups and political context in Argentina: Towards a typology

Monica Marquina, José Alberto Yuni, Mariela Ferreiro

Influence over school discipline policy: Variation across levels of governance, school contexts, and time

F. Chris Curran

Transfer and mobility of higher education policies in Latin America in neoliberal times

Regina Célia Linhares Hostins, Idorlene da Silva Hoepers

Educational inequality of opportunity in Argentina

Monserrat Serio

Relations between accountability and improvement strategies in New York City’s Children First Networks

Kelly McMahon

Conceptions of public policies and discursive pratices: An analysis of higher education public policies in Lula’s Government (2003-2010)

Márcio Barcelos, Marcio Silva Rodrigues

Growth and performance of fully online and blended K-12 public schools

Charisse Gulosino, Gary Miron

Education Finance and English Language Learners

English Language Learner education finance scholarship: An introduction to the special issue

Oscar Jiménez-Castellanos

Coign of vantage and action: Considering California’s local accountability and school finance plans for English learners

Julian Vasquez Heilig, Lisa S. Romero, Megan Hopkins

Equity and efficiency of Minnesota educational expenditures with a focus on English learners, 2003-2011: A retrospective look in a time of accountability

Nicola A. Alexander, Sung Tae Jang

The politics of schools and money: Building awareness about channeling practices for supplemental resource allocations to serve English language learners

Irina Okhremtchouk

State and institutional policies on in-state resident tuition and financial aid for undocumented students: Examining constraints and opportunities

Gabriel R. Serna, Joshua M. Cohen, David H. K. Nguyen

Discursive Perspectives Part 2

Exploring the intersection of education policy and discourse analysis: An introduction

Jessica Nina Lester, Chad R. Lochmiller, Rachael Gabriel

Subjects of, or subject to, policy reform? A Foucauldian discourse analysis of regulation and resistance in UK narratives of educational impacts of welfare cuts: The case of the ‘bedroom tax’

Erica Burman, Anat Greenstein, Joanna Bragg, Terry Hanley, Afroditi Kalambouka, Ruth Lupton, Lauren McCoy, Kate Sapin, Laura Winter

Knowing and interpreting prekindergarten policy: A Bakhtinian analysis

Bethany Wilinski

Competing and contested discourses of citizenship and civic praxis

Jill Koyama

The discursive construction of superintendent statesmanship on Twitter

Todd M. Hurst

Keep your eye on the metaphor: The framing of the Common Core on Twitter

Jonathan Supovitz, Elisabeth Reinkordt

Making and becoming the Undocumented and the Illegal: Discourses of immigration and American higher education policy

Ryan Evely Gildersleeve

School Diversification and Dilemmas across Canada

Introduction to the special issue: Studying school choice in Canada

Christopher Lubienski, Ee-Seul Yoon

The changing landscape of school choice in Canada: From pluralism to parental preference?

Lynn Bosetti, Deani Van Pelt, Derek Allison

Open competition or balkanized coexistence? The effects of market segments on Toronto private schools

Roger Pizarro Milian, Scott Davies

Policy advocacy, inequity, and school fees and fundraising in Ontario, Canada

Sue Winton, Michelle Milani

Market “choices” or structured pathways? How specialized arts education contributes to the reproduction of inequality

Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández, Gillian Parekh

How do marginalized families engage school choice in inequitable urban landscapes? A critical geographic approach

Ee-Seul Yoon, Christopher Lubienski

Restructuring and Resisting Education Reforms in Chicago’s Public Schools

Introduction to the Special Issue: Restructuring and Resisting Education Reforms in Chicago’s Public Schools

Rhoda Rae Gutierrez, Federico R. Waitoller

The landscape of education “reform” in Chicago: Neoliberalism meets a grassroots movement

Pauline Lipman

School choice or the politics of desperation? Black and Latinx parents of students with dis/abilities selecting charter schools in Chicago

Federico R. Waitoller, Gia Super

Segregation and inequality in Chicago Public Schools, transformed and intensified under corporate education reform

Pavlyn Jankov, Carol Caref

Desire for democracy: Perspectives of parents impacted by 2013 Chicago school closings

Kelly P. Vaughan, Rhoda Rae Gutierrez

Seeking stability in Chicago: School actions, (c)overt forms of racial injustice, and the slow violence of neoliberal rationality

Ann M. Aviles, Jessica A. Heybach

The promise and realities of Pay for Success/ Social Impact Bonds

Kenneth J. Saltman

Neoliberalism, Resistance, and Self-Limiting Language

Christopher Lubienski

Reformas a la Educación Superior en Contexto Internacional Comparado

Higher education reforms: Latin America in comparative perspective

Andrés Bernasconi, Sergio Celis

Contemporary higher education reform in Ecuador: Implications for faculty recruitment, hiring, and retention

Mary Amanda Johnson

Comings and goings in the process of institutional diversification: The experience of Uruguayan universities in a comparative perspective

Pablo Landoni-Couture

Planning of higher education in Argentina: Between regionalization policies and university innovation processes (1995-2015)

Giselle González, Julieta Claverie

Towards the entrepreneurial university? Market-based reforms and institutional isomorphism in Colombia

Pedro Pineda, Jorge Celis

Student retention policies in public higher education in comparative perspective: Argentina, Brazil and Chile

Hustana Maria Vargas, Rosana Heringer

Social justice debate and college access in Latin America: merit or need? The role of educational institutions and states in broadening access to higher education in the region

Cristobal Villalobos, Ernesto Treviño, Ignacio Wyman, Judith Scheele

Global Perspectives on High-Stakes Teacher Accountability Policies

Global perspectives on high-stakes teacher accountability policies: An introduction

Jessica Holloway, Tore Bernt Sørensen, Antoni Verger

The emphasis of student test scores in teacher appraisal systems

William C. Smith, Katarzyna Kubacka

Politics of education and teachers’ support for high-stakes teacher accountability policies

Oren Pizmony-Levy, Ashley Woolsey

A failed marriage between standardization and incentivism: Divergent perspectives on the aims of performance-based compensation in Shanghai, China

Priya Goel La Londe

The consolidation of the evaluative state through accountability policies: Trajectory, enactment and tensions in the Chilean education system

Lluís Parcerisa, Alejandra Falabella

Modernizing schools in Mexico: The rise of teacher assessment and school-based management policies

Jaime Echávarri, Cecilia Peraza

The “power” of value-added thinking: Exploring the implementation of high-stakes teacher accountability policies in Rio de Janeiro

Rolf Straubhaar

Communities of practice and PISA for Schools: Comparative learning or a mode of educational governance?

Steven Lewis

Rethinking side effects of accountability in education: Insights from a multiple methods study in four German school systems

Corrie Thiel, Sebastian Schweizer, Johannes Bellmann