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Equity

Assessment beyond the assessments: Using data visualization to promote ILSA literacy

Since the mid-1990s, over half of the world’s countries have taken part in international large-scale assessments (ILSAs) carried out by the OECD and the IEA....
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An exploration of the factors affecting the re-enrolment and retention of teen mothers in ASAL regions of Kenya

As part of the DFID funded Girls Education Challenge Kenya, Education Development Trust commissioned research to understand the challenges faced by adolescent mothers within their...
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Conceptualization of Quality of Education: Vertical Comparison of the Global Targets and National Policy in Ethiopia

Conceptualization of quality of education has become a critical concern in international development as it is a baseline towards national development, sustainable livelihoods, and increasing...
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Specialized Schools in Israel: A Critical Policy Analysis of the Past Three Decades

Although Israel aspires for equity, its students’ academic achievement distribution is characterized by large gaps compared with other OECD countries (OECD, 2018) Moreover, there is...
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China ‘goes out’ in a centre/periphery world: Incentivising international publications in the humanities and social sciences

China ‘goes out’ in a centre/periphery world: Incentivising international publications in the humanities and social sciences I. Introduction The current expansion of English language publishing...
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Surviving the patriarchal school: A case study of Korean female teachers’ strategic shifting of feminist teacher positionality

Schools have long imposed gendered performances and reproduced patriarchal discourses (Kelly & Nihlen, 2017), reinforcing a system of deep inequality, thus, “limiting our children’s capabilities...
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