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Inclusive Education

Engagement: Becoming Penguin, Canary and Cyborg

Educational practices can re-situate the human within a deeply interconnected assemblage that includes multispecies and technological fusions. In this study, the observed class assemblage of...
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Reexamination of “Best Practices” in Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities: Bhutan Revisited

The overall objective of this study is to reexamine “best practices” in education for children with disabilities by explicating voices of teachers working at government...
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Teachers’ Perspectives on Inclusive Education for Students with Disabilities: Empirical study in primary schools in Beijing

Background As is advocated in the Salamanca Statement, every child has unique characteristics, interests, abilities and learning needs, and those with special educational needs must...
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Deficit as a way of life?: Land, education and gender in a local village community in India

In this paper, I explore the implications of the international education and development discourse for a local village community living in contexts of precarity in...
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Gender representation in Middle School Moral Education Textbooks in South Korea, 1973-2019

As the Dakar Framework for Action called for “eliminating gender disparities in primary and secondary education” in 2000, the publication of gender-equitable curricular and textbooks...
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Negotiating My Ethnicity: How Higher Education Matters?

Higher education has long been acknowledged for its importance in fostering student identity development. Focusing on Chinese American college students in a predominately white institution...
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Voices Unheard: Religious minority students navigate Pakistan’s higher education system

Religion-based violence and intolerance is often fueled by the education system of Pakistan, largely through the biased portrayals of religious minorities in textbooks (Afzal, 2017)....
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Creating Positive School Climates in multi-ethnic Chilean elementary schools: Staff Perspectives

This paper draws on qualitative interviews conducted with school staff in eight multi-ethnic urban public schools in Santiago, Chile, to provide a sociological analysis of...
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University-Based International Student Teaching: A Bourdieuian Analysis

Gaps remain in our qualitative understanding of learning to teach abroad in relation to wider social and political implications of such experiences. My paper focuses...
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Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities in STEM Education: Implications for Inclusive Education

In response to the increasing diversity of learners, it is extremely significant to provide equitable access to quality education to nurture the growth and development...
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