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Higher Education

Archive as sympoiesis – The absence of university partnership of the ASA’s archivization in the 1970s

Though archives are records of history, the selection and preservation of archives are influenced by multiple political dynamics and power relations. As sympoiesis, the establishment...
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Per-capita per-credit higher education funding: Implementation risks at universities in Kazakhstan

This presentation focuses on higher education funding reform in Kazakhstan where one of the policy options under consideration has been per-capita per-credit based university funding...
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Governance of Taiwan’s higher education: Case studies of two premier universities

Reporting a significant part of the findings from the research project funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology in Taiwan, this study examines the...
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Views on Blended Learning Professional Development Training: A Case Study of an Egyptian Further School of Education

Altruism behavior could play an essential role on facing the global unprecedented and unpredictable issues resulting from the constant change in the ecosystem. Only education...
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Are Human Capital Gains from Short Cycle Higher Education (ISCED5) Relevant for Latin American Countries?

Career Technical and Vocational Higher Education. also known as short cycle higher education (ISCED 5) is important because it responds to the global demands in...
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Students’ Perspectives on Broadening Participation of Female Students and Improving Gender-Equitable Education in an East African University Setting

Background Ethiopia is a patriarchal society with marked gender differences in many aspects of life, including education. Ethiopia ranks 173rd out of 189 countries on...
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“Mentions of Gender in Comparative Education Review, 1957-2016”

How has the Comparative Education Review (CER) — and the field of comparative education more broadly — changed over its first 50 or so years?...
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Do Counterpart Support Policy Play the Role in Educational Equity and Efficient Issues in Chinese Higher Education?

Purpose of the study The Chinese Ministry of Education started the counterpart support program between the universities located in the eastern and western areas in...
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Beyond grades and test scores: Understanding school effects on college access through semantic analysis of application essays of Latinx students

In our paper, we examine a dataset of college application essays submitted by Latinx applicants to a selective public university system in 2015. Each essay...
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The LGBTQ+ Presidency: Examining factors that predict the visibility and advancement of LGBTQ+ leaders in higher education

In many parts of the United States, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (LGBTQ+) communities have enjoyed increasing recognition of their social, political, and economic...
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