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Vol 24 (2016) Vocational education & training students’ families’ expectations about their future employment Abstract   PDF (Español (España))
Soledad Garcia-Gomez, Rosario Ordonez-Sierra, Esther Vinuesa Mariscal, Rosario Izquierdo Chaparro
 
Vol 26 (2018) Vocational education in the Portuguese public secondary school: Perceptions of its main educational agents Abstract   PDF (Português (Brasil))
Armando Esteves, Maria Luísa Frazão Branco
 
Vol 26 (2018) Voices from student teachers in New York: The persistence of a subtractive experience of the edTPA as a licensure exam for initial certification Abstract   PDF
Christine D. Clayton
 
Vol 12 (2004) Voices from the Frontlines:Teachers' Perceptions of High-Stakes Testing Abstract   PDF
Brett D. Jones, Robert J. Egley
 
Vol 11 (2003) Wanted, A National Teacher Supply Policy for Education:The Right Way to Meet The "Highly Qualified Teacher" Challenge Abstract   PDF
Linda Darling-Hammond, Gary Sykes
 
Vol 19 (2011) Ways to live history. Or philosophy, culture, and architecture in the origins of the museum Altes in Berlín Abstract   PDF (Português (Brasil))
Fabiano Lemos
 
Vol 9 (2001) Wealth Redistribution, Race & Southern Public Schools, 1880-1910 Abstract   PDF
Kenneth Ng
 
Vol 25 (2017) Were the student’s actions a manifestation of the student’s disability? The need for policy change and guidance Abstract   PDF
Maria M. Lewis
 
Vol 13 (2005) What do Klein et al. tell us about test scores in Texas? Abstract   PDF
Laurence A. Toenjes
 
Vol 8 (2000) What Do Test Scores in Texas Tell Us? Abstract   PDF
Stephen P. Klein et al, Laura Hamilton, Daniel F. McCaffrey, Brian Stecher
 
Vol 26 (2018) What does the literature say about teaching methods for students with autism spectrum disorder? An integrative literature review Abstract   PDF (Português (Brasil))
Mariana Queiroz Orrico de Azevedo, Débora R. P. Nunes
 
Vol 22 (2014) 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 Abstract   PDF
Robert Donmoyer
 
Vol 26 (2018) What international educational evaluations tell us about education quality in developing nations Abstract   PDF
Servaas van der Berg
 
Vol 26 (2018) What is diverse enough? How “intentionally diverse” charter schools recruit and retain students Abstract   PDF
Huriya Jabbar, Terri S. Wilson
 
Vol 22 (2014) What makes teachers satisfied with their profession? Abstract   PDF (Português (Brasil))
Daniel Capistrano, Ana Carolina Cirotto
 
Vol 12 (2004) What predicts the mobility of elementary schoolleaders? An analysis of longitudinal data in Colorado Abstract   PDF
Motoko Akiba, Robert Reichardt
 
Vol 22 (2014) What Would it Cost to Coach Every New Principal? An Estimate Using Statewide Personnel Data Abstract   PDF
Chad R. Lochmiller
 
Vol 26 (2018) What’s the purpose? Educators’ perceptions and use of a state-mandated kindergarten entry assessment Abstract   PDF
Hattie Harvey, Kathryn Ohle
 
Vol 20 (2012) When Science Counts as Much as Reading and Mathematics: An Examination of Differing State Accountability Policies Abstract   PDF
Eugene Judson
 
Vol 26 (2018) When they go low, we go high: Scholars of color, activism, and educational research in a post-truth era Abstract   PDF
Joshua Childs, Sarah Johnson
 
Vol 5 (1997) Where Have All the Teachers Gone? Abstract   PDF
Mark Fetler
 
Vol 8 (2000) Whither Advanced Placement? Abstract   PDF
William Lichten
 
Vol 20 (2012) Who Are Charter School Teachers? Comparing Teacher Characteristics, Job Choices, and Job Preferences Abstract   PDF
Marisa Ann Cannata, Roberto Penaloza
 
Vol 21 (2013) Why do policy leaders adopt global education reforms? A political analysis of SBM reform adoption in post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina Abstract   PDF
Taro Komatsu
 
Vol 1 (1993) Why Production Function Analysis is Irrelevant in Policy Deliberations Concerning Educational Funding Equity Abstract   PDF
Jim C. Fortune
 
Vol 18 (2010) Why Shouldn’t Rural Kids Have It All? Place-conscious Leadership in an Era of Extralocal Reform Policy Abstract   PDF
Kathleen M. Budge
 
Vol 24 (2016) Why theory matters: An examination of contemporary learning time reforms Abstract   PDF
Daniela K. DiGiacomo, Joshua J. Prudhomme, Hannah R. Jones, Kevin G. Welner, Ben Kirshner
 
Vol 24 (2016) Widening the gap: Unequal distribution of resources for K–12 science instruction Abstract   PDF
P. Sean Smith, Peggy J. Trygstad, Eric R. Banilower
 
Vol 17 (2009) Within-district resource allocation and the marginal costs of providing equal educational opportunity: Evidence from Texas and Ohio. Abstract   PDF
Bruce D. Baker
 
Vol 10 (2002) Women in Managerial Positions in Greek Education Abstract   PDF
Anastasia Athanassoula-Reppa, Manolis Koutouzis
 
Vol 21 (2013) Women’s presence and visibility in management roles at universities Abstract   PDF (Español (España))
Marita Sanchez-Moreno, Marina Tomás Folch, José Manuel Lavié Martinez
 
Vol 22 (2014) Work, Education and Human Emancipation Humana: Affirming Youth and Adult Education as a right Abstract   PDF (Português (Brasil))
Maria Clara Bueno Fischer, Ana Cláudia Ferreira Godinho
 
Vol 13 (2005) Workforce quality goals and the implications for education: The Oregon experience. Abstract   PDF
Nathan Sivers-Boyce, Tom Hibbard, Jerry Gray
 
Vol 13 (2005) World School Life Versus Habitus: The breeding ground of an Educational Backward Mexico Migrant Abstract   PDF (Español (España))
Teresa Yurén, Miriam de la Cruz, Alfonso Cruz, S. Stella Araújo-Oliveray, Marcos J. Estrada
 
Vol 2 (1994) Worldwide Educational Convergence Abstract   PDF
Connie L. McNeely, Yun-Kyung Cha
 
Vol 21 (2013) Youth and Adults in the Prison System: research notes on the Brazilian experience Abstract   PDF (Português (Brasil))
Elionaldo Fernandes Julião
 
Vol 26 (2018) Youth, other ways of thinking, and the micro-geopolitics of knowledge between generations in the Secundarias Comunitarias Indígenas schools of Oaxaca, Mexico Abstract   PDF (Português (Brasil))
Julieta Briseño Roa
 
Vol 10 (2002) ¿Exito en California? A Validity Critique of Language Program Evaluations and Analysis of English Learner Test Scores Abstract   PDF
Marilyn S. Thompson, Kristen E. DiCerbo, Kate Mahoney, Jeff MacSwan
 
Vol 26 (2018) ‘Good, deserving immigrants’ join the Tea Party: How South Carolina policy excludes Latinx and undocumented immigrants from educational opportunity and social mobility Abstract   PDF
Sophia Rodriguez
 
Vol 26 (2018) ’68 beyond the Boreal Springs: Public representations of Brazilian university students in action Abstract   PDF (Español (España))
José Luis Hernández Huerta
 
Vol 22 (2014) “Are we architects or construction workers?” Re-examining teacher autonomy and turnover in charter schools Abstract   PDF
A. Chris Torres
 
Vol 24 (2016) “Community Aware” education policy: Enhancing individual and community vitality Abstract   PDF
Hope Casto, Brian McGrath, John W. Sipple, Liz Todd
 
Vol 21 (2013) “It’s Our Best Choice Right Now”: Examining the Choice Options of Charter School Parents Abstract   PDF
Adriana Villavicencio
 
Vol 20 (2012) “Lessons from things” in the Museum: The intuitive method and the State Museum of Rio Grande do Sul in the first decades of the 20th century. Abstract   PDF (Português (Brasil))
Zita Rosane Possamai
 
Vol 23 (2015) “Making the Difficult Choice”: Understanding Georgia’s Test-Based Grade Retention Policy in Reading Abstract   PDF
Andrew Prescott Huddleston
 
Vol 26 (2018) “Seeing the whole elephant”: Changing mindsets and empowering stakeholders to meaningfully manage accountability and improvement Abstract   PDF
Susan Bush-Mecenas, David Montes de Oca, Julie Marsh, Heather Hough
 
Vol 24 (2016) “Stay with your words”: Indigenous youth, local policy, and the work of language fortification Abstract   PDF
Elizabeth Sumida Huaman, Nathan D. Martin, Carnell T. Chosa
 
Vol 25 (2017) “This is my family outside of my family”: Care-based relating in a model early college high school Abstract   PDF
Omer Ari, Teresa Fisher-Ari, Jim Killacky, Roma Angel
 
Vol 22 (2014) “To Give Good Science”: Doing Qualitative Research in the Afterward Abstract   PDF
Patti Lather
 
Vol 22 (2014) “We Brought It Upon Ourselves”: University-Based Teacher Education and the Emergence of Boot-Camp-Style Routes to Teacher Certification Abstract   PDF
Daniel Friedrich
 
Vol 25 (2017) “We felt they took the heart out of the community”: Examining a community-based response to urban school closure Abstract   PDF
Terrance Green
 
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