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American Journal of Education Vol 127, No 4

Details: ABOUT THE JOURNAL Frequency: 4 issues/year ISSN: 0195-6744 E-ISSN: 1549-6511 2020 CiteScore*: 2.9 Ranked #281 out of 1,319 “Education” journals. The American Journal of Education seeks to bridge and integrate the intellectual, methodological, and substantive diversity of educational scholarship and to encourage a vigorous dialogue between educational scholars and policy makers.

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The Effects of Education as an Institution American

Details: Education is usually seen as affecting society by socializing individuals. Recently this view has been attacked with the argument that education is a system of …

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Education: The Overcoming of Experience American Journal

Details: In U. S. education, there is a common belief in the educative value of firsthand experience. Teachers, for example, claim to have learned from classroom experience most of what they know about teaching. Children, too, are seen as learning best when firsthand experience is the basis for what they are taught.

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Schools Vol 18, No 1

Details: Schools: Studies in Education provides a forum for classroom educators to describe and meditate on the complex experiences of school life. The journal publishes scholarly articles, reflective essays, and stories that convey how human relationships, thoughts, and emotions shape the meaning of what happens when learning actually occurs.

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American Journal of Education:

Details: Welcome to the American Journal of Education.The Editorial Board honors the public trust we have garnered as a leading general-interest education journal. We, the editorial team, reviewers, and contributors, are led by the guiding principles of integrity, generativity, respect for human dignity and diversity, transparency, and truthfulness.

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The Educational Development of the Southern Colonies

Details: education. And yet this is one kind of information greatly needed if new forces and agencies are to be set up to overcome those that have been responsible for our failure to develop a national type of democratic education. The study and writing of the history of American education is of most value when it

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Advocacy Anthropology and Education Working through the

Details: Anthropologists of education encounter the slippages at the margins of anthropology because of the implications of applied work and classroom practice. Yet anthropologists of education have found that the margins between disciplines can be a space where authorizing paradigms can be breached and displaced (González 2010). One example of

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The Internationalization of Higher Education: National

Details: The Internationalization Imperative. International engagements have a long history in higher education (de Wit 2002), but it is only in the past two decades that “internationalization” has been considered necessary (Hudzik 2011).The most widely cited definition of internationalization states that it is the process of integrating “international, intercultural and global dimensions into

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Migration and the Pursuit of Education in Southern Mexico

Details: Introduction. Education and migration opportunities for rural Mexican youth have undergone rapid change over the last three decades. Expansion and investment in schooling, combined with smaller families and changing incentives for keeping children in school, have produced large increases in educational attainment—particularly for girls (Levy 2006; Creighton and Park 2010).

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Migration, Age, and Education Journal of Political

Details: The shape of the earnings-age function and the way education affects it can explain all the empirically observed relations of migration measures to distance moved, age, and education. No other assumptions (which are often made)--such as attributing lower risk aversion and higher efficiency of job search to more-educated persons, or higher psychic cost of moving to older persons--are needed

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The Church and Education

Details: education into Europe. When the church finally did turn its attention to education, it went into the undertaking with energy.' From the seventh to the end of the twelfth century the monks practically con- trolled all education. Then followed the period of scholasticism

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The Internationalization of Higher Education: National

Details: education and discursively framed the higher education credential as a valu-able commodity. The discourses of trade and international higher education are particularly strong in New Zealand, Australia, and Ireland (Shaw 2014). However, few studies have examined how the national context, distinct

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Democracy and National Education Standards The Journal

Details: Democratic Arguments against National Education Standards. The notion that democracies should have national education standards has become common sense among policy makers, scholars, and American citizens, many of whom support the idea even if they oppose the Common Core (Henderson, Peterson, and West 2015).Up to now, many of the most prominent critics of the idea of national education

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Civic and Moral Education

Details: education that is specially in view is that which is given in the great public schools and in the older universities, espe- cially Oxford. It is at least true that that education has been predominantly humanistic, rather than scientific-if such an antithesis may be allowed; and, under the influence

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Inequality in Shadow Education Participation in an

Details: The Japanese Education System. The Japanese compulsory education system, which serves students from the first to ninth grades in elementary and junior high schools, is regarded as egalitarian (Cummings 1980; Tsuneyoshi 2008). 4 The compulsory education ends after students take their high school entrance examinations at the end of ninth grade, as they are sorted into school-based tracks in the

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Reconsidering the Effects of Education on Political

Details: The consensus in the empirical literature on political participation is that education positively correlates with political participation. Theoretical explanations posit that education confers participation-enhancing benefits that in and of themselves cause political activity. As most of the variation in educational attainment arises between high school completion and decisions to enter

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Education: Consumption or Production

Details: Education is treated as a joint product, producing potential wage gains and utility simultaneously. The framework permits estimation of the rental price of a unit of education, net of consumption effects. The major finding is that education does causally produce income.

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Innovation and American K–12 Education

Details: dom study the K–12 education system directly, but rather favor study‑ ing innovative outputs of firms, universities, and governments. As a re ‑ sult, we still have much to learn about how education policy can affect the domestic supply of innovators and whether new technological in‑ novations can improve K–12 educational outcomes.

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The Future of Education for All as a Global Regime of

Details: The article considers the future of Education for All (EFA) understood as a global regime of educational governance. The article sets out an understanding of global governance, world order, power, and legitimacy within which EFA is embedded. It explains what is meant by EFA as a regime of global governance and as part of a “regime complex” along with other regimes that affect education and

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Toward a Postcolonial Comparative and International Education

Details: Comparative and international education also benefited, because “education was a ‘fourth lever’ of American foreign policy” at the time (Kelly and Altbach 1981, 21). US comparativists of this period found their work of interest to the government, and national security funds became available to support it (Steiner-Khamsi 2016 , 223).

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Schools: Instructions for Authors

Details: Schools: Studies in Education uses double-blind peer review for all submissions. The only exception is book reviews, which, in accordance with Press policy, the Editor reviews directly. Schools has an ongoing call for papers and requires at least six months to review and publish manuscripts. We will acknowledge receipt of your submission via e

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What’s Wrong with Character Education

Details: We can distinguish three sorts of “character education”: (1) simple moral education (essentially, Kohlbergian moral education in the classroom), (2) just‐community education (a Deweyesque practice emphasizing democratic decision making outside the classroom), and (3) simple character education (attempting to build character both in and outside of class one trait at a time by emphasizing

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Education, Income, and Ability Journal of Political

Details: Education, Income, and Ability. Guoyao Yan, Yanling Peng, Yu Hao, Muhammad Irfan, Haitao Wu Household head's educational level and household education expenditure in China: The mediating effect of social class identification, International Journal of Educational Development 83 (May 2021) : 102400.

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“Bad Students Go to Vocational Schools!”: Education

Details: Abstract China’s second-generation rural-to-urban migrant youth, who grew up in their parents’ adopted cities, are still denied urban residential status and suffer from the institutional closure of higher education opportunities. This article explores in ethnographic detail the experiences and subjectivities of migrant youth in Shanghai who since 2008 have been channeled to secondary

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Public Schooling, Indoctrination, and Totalitarianism

Details: Governments use public education and public ownership of the media to control the information that their citizens receive. More totalitarian governments as well as those with larger wealth transfers make greater investments in publicly controlled information. This finding is borne out from cross‐sectional time‐series evidence acros countries and is confirmed when the recent fall of

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The Denationalization of Education and the Expansion of

Details: This study explores the expansion of international education focusing on International Baccalaureate (IB) schools in England, France, Israel, Argentina, and Chile. As a whole, conditions such as economic globalization and neoliberal education policies favor the expansion of IB schools. Certain national contexts and educational traditions encourage the adoption of IB programs, while other

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What is Industrial Education

Details: Promoters of industrial education are professedly meeting the needs of the schools or of industry or of both. Some pupils "need a weaker mental menu" than others; industrial education serves as "roughage" for diluting a too concentrated mental diet. Pupils tend to leave school at too early an age; industrial education is a means of prolonging

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Research and Practice in Parent Involvement: Implications

Details: The literature on parent involvement in education contains many implications for teacher education. Numerous studies have established that different approaches to parent involvement produce various outcomes for parents and students, including different achievement for elementary students. The teacher's role, particularly in the elementary school, interacts with 6 types of parent involvement

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Innovation and American K–12 Education: Innovation Policy

Details: Executive Summary Economists have long believed education is essential to the acquisition of human capital and contributes to economic growth. However, education researchers, political and business leaders, and other stakeholders have raised concerns about the quality and costs of the K–12 education system in the United States and the implications for the development of the nation’s future

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Brief History of Art Education in the United States

Details: education from the state--"to so influence industrial products that this article of manufacture would compare favorably with foreign goods." A broader motive for art teaching appeared in the early eighties, as is apparent from a report on school art in Boston, dated 1882.

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Advocacy Anthropology and Education

Details: of education is an examination of how the concept of culture has been transferred into educational discourses. Although currently the critiques of culture have displaced the concept from the discourse of anthropological theory, it still lives on “quite robustly elsewhere, including within institutions where

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American Journal of Education: Editorial Board

Details: CONTACT THE EDITORIAL OFFICE. Please address all editorial correspondence to: American Journal of Education. 301 Rackley Building. Penn State University. University Park, PA 16802. USA. Email: [email protected] Authors, please consult Information for authors.

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Comparative and International Education: A Bibliography

Details: Education and the Law 20, no. 3 (November): 259–88. Desai, Murli. 2009. “A Comparative Study of Policy Approach for Child Protection in Goa and Singapore.” Children and Youth Services Review 31, no. 1 (January): 32–42. Dettmers, Swantje, Ulrich Trautwein, and Oliver Lüdtke. 2009.

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Theory, Practice, and the Education of Professionals The

Details: Mary Isobelle Mullaney Inclusivity through exclusivity: An evaluation of the provision of a special education needs (SEN) placement within second level art & design teacher education in the Republic of Ireland, Teaching and Teacher Education 64 (May 2017): 139–149.

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The Ubuntu Paradigm and Comparative and International

Details: Education systems in transformative frameworks proposed by authors and activists such as Illich and Freire constitute deliberate disruptions of the conventional education process and its institutional apparatuses and ensuing ways of research. Some have argued that despite the fundamentally intractable nature of education as an institution set

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Class Origin, Class Destination, and Education: A Cross

Details: This article examines three themes about the relationships among class origin, education, and class destination in 10 industrial nations: (1) differential access to education for different class origins, (2) the allocation of class positions by education, and (3) the role of education in class reproduction and mobility. The patterns of association between class origin and education and between

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Private Tutoring and Demand for Education in South Korea

Details: We argue that the prevalence of private tutoring is a market response to the government’s rigid and uniform education policy. The desire to enter elite universities in a very hierarchical higher education system and a heavily regulated and equalized secondary school system has created an enormous demand for supplementary private tutoring.

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Schooling and Its Supplements: Changing Global Patterns

Details: Education is commonly the largest item in government budgets, typically consuming 10–20 percent of the total (UNESCO 2016, 473–76). For the CIES, “Revisioning Education for All” was the theme of the 2014 annual conference and related to Mundy’s presidential address the following year.

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The Marriage Market, Labor Supply, and Education Choice

Details: A. Matching on Human Capital. The present paper explores the intersection of two fundamental Beckerian concepts: human capital and matching. 1 We are now used to considering education as an investment, whereby agents give up present consumption for higher income and consumption tomorrow. Similarly, we routinely think of marriage in terms of a matching game, in which couples create a …

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The "Cooling-Out" Function in Higher Education American

Details: The wide gap found in many democratic institutions between culturally encouraged aspiration and institutionally provided means of achievement leads to the failure of many participants. Such a situation exists in American higher education. Certain social units ameliorate the consequent stress by redefining failure and providing for a

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National Standards and Assessments: Will They Improve

Details: National standards and assessments have been promoted as a means for upgrading curriculum and student performance in schools. This article argues that they are unlikely to have that effect for several reasons: First, top-down specifications of content linked to tests cannot take into account the many pathways to learning that will be appropriate for different students in schools across the

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Success and Education in South Korea Comparative

Details: Rómulo Pinheiro, Pundy Pillay Higher education and economic development in the OECD: policy lessons for other countries and regions, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 38, no.2 2 (Feb 2016): 150–166.

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Research on Effective Teaching in Elementary School

Details: Abstract The perspective of this article is that the purpose of the elementary physical education program is the development of a physically active lifestyle. We discuss the relative contribution of the development of motor skills, fitness, content related to encouraging participation, and the affective goals of the program to the development of a physically active lifestyle. Teaching must be

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Inequality in Shadow Education Participation in an

Details: Shadow education in Japan.—The prevalent phenomena of shadow edu-cation at various stages of Japanese education are documented in numerous studies.5 An official report by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Sci-ence,andTechnology(MEXT)(2008)basedonlarge-scalerepresentativedata

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The Politics of Class, Race, and Gender: Access to Higher

Details: Macki Sissoko, Liang-Rong Shiau Minority Enrollment Demand for Higher Education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities from 1976 to 1998: An Empirical Analysis, The Journal of Higher Education 76, no.2 2 (Nov 2016): 181–208.

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Good and Just Teaching: The Case for Social Justice in

Details: Elizabeth Walton, Lee Rusznyak Choices in the Design of Inclusive Education Courses for Pre-service Teachers: The Case of a South African University, International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 64, no.3 3 (Jun 2016): 231–248.

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Cultural Capital, Educational Attainment, and Marital

Details: Although Weber distinguished sharply between "class" (an individual's market position) and "status" (participation in a collectivity bound together by a shared status culture), only measures of the former have been included in most empirical analyses of the stratification process.

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