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American Journal of Education Vol 128, 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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American Journal of Education Vol 128, No 4

Details: Sponsored by the Penn State College of Education. Previous issue. Volume 128, Number 4 | August 2022. Select All. For selected items: Free. Front Matter. PDF; First page. Articles; No Access. Common Purposes: Defining the Reform Capabilities Created by Private Foundations through Strategic Giving in Support of the Common Core State Standards

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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 allocation, conferring success on some and failure on others. The polemic has obscured some of the interesing implications of allocation theory for socialization theory and for research on the effects of education. But …

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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. By moving from 0 years of schooling to 12 years, the mean individual

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Schools Vol 19, No 1

Details: ABOUT THE JOURNAL Frequency: 2 issues/year ISSN: 1550-1175 E-ISSN: 2153-0327 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 …

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Education, Social Reform, and the State: ESEA and Federal …

Details: This essay examines the history of federal education policy in the 1960s. Focusing on the ideological context and the political and institutional framework that shaped the history of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, it argues that federal education policy in the 1960s was informed by widely shared assumptions about the nature of poverty and about the …

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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 …

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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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The Elementary School Journal Vol 122, No 4

Details: ABOUT THE JOURNAL Frequency: 4 issues/year ISSN: 0013-5984 E-ISSN: 1554-8279 2020 JCR Impact Factor*: 1.667 Ranked #187 out of 264 "Education and Educational Research" journals. The Elementary School Journal has served researchers, teacher educators, and practitioners in the elementary and middle school education for more than one hundred years.

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Education, Income, and Ability Journal of Political …

Details: André Archer L’éducation des fermiers, leur âge et la productivité des intrants agricoles selon la dimension des fermes laitières : le cas de la région « 04 », Québec : Farmer's education, their age and the productivity of agricultural inputs according to milk farm sizes: the case of region "04", Quebec., L'Actualité économique 57

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The Educational Development of the Southern Colonies

Details: of education in the fields mentioned above are incomplete, be- cause of the difficulty of showing how education affected such phases of our history. Some attempts have been made to sum- marize the influence of education on our political, social, economic, and religious history; but in many cases we find

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Social Status, Education, and Growth Journal of Political Economy

Details: This paper investigates the implications of social rewards on the allocation of talent in society and consequently on the process of economic growth. We consider two sources of heterogeneity among workers: nonwage income and innate ability. A greater emphasis on status may induce the

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The Elementary School Journal: About

Details: ABOUT THE JOURNAL. Frequency: 4 issues/year. ISSN: 0013-5984. E-ISSN: 1554-8279. 2020 JCR Impact Factor*: 1.667. Ranked #187 out of 264 "Education and Educational Research" journals. The Elementary School Journal has served researchers, teacher educators, and practitioners in the elementary and middle school education for more than one hundred

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Education, Ranking, and Competition for Jobs Journal of Labor

Details: I study workers' incentives to invest in general human capital (education) in the presence of search‐induced unemployment. Workers queue for jobs, and firms prefer to hire the most productive applicants because of rent sharing. As a result, an unemployed worker's ranking relative to other job seekers will influence his job‐finding rate. This creates a “rat race,” where …

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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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Education Research in Sub-Saharan Africa: Quality, Visibility, and

Details: This article combines large-scale bibliometric analysis of publications on education by researchers based in sub-Saharan Africa with researchers’ accounts of their priorities and practice. Patterns in the thematic foci of the research from 48 countries in the region are considered from the perspective of international policy statements (the Education Sustainable …

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Secondary School Tracking and Educational Inequality: …

Details: This article examines the effects of academic tracking in secondary schools on educational stratification and considers how that tracking may affect levels and dispersions of academic achievement and high school graduation rates among social groups. Data from the High School and Beyond survey of students who were sophomores in 1980 show that placement in the …

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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 …

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Cultural Capital, Educational Attainment, and Marital Selection

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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Estimating an Equilibrium Model of Horizontal Competition in …

Details: The quality of the match between students and schools affects learning, but little is known about the magnitude of these effects or how they respond to changes in market structure. I develop a quantitative equilibrium model of school competition with horizontal competition in match quality. I estimate the model using data from Pakistan, a country with …

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