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International Education

Effects of study abroad on career: The case of graduates from a Japanese university

This paper aims to investigate the effects of study abroad on the competence acquisition of graduates and their career development after graduation in Japan. This...
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Providing baseline indicators for precarious populations: Evidence from the Haiti National Evaluation 2017

Climate change has become an inevitable consequence of modern human standards of living and consumption. While sea level rise endangers cities around the world, small...
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Private Schooling and Tutoring at Scale in South Asia

The chapter reviews trends and reasons for increased private schooling and tutoring in South Asia, and the systemic implications and governance strategies to tackle this proliferation. Focusing...
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Affective Social Education: Toward a Hopeful Future

Background Throughout the history of Social and Political Science, many theories, philosophies, and schools of thought have surged. These all have one common thread, that...
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Becoming Rwandan: Education, Reconciliation, and the Making of a Post-Genocide Citizen

Becoming Rwandan explores the understudied role of education in facilitating peacebuilding and transitional justice in societies that have experienced violent conflict. The literature on peacebuilding...
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The process of internationalization in academic institutions in Rio de Janeiro and the need of affection to promote intercultural education

Historically in Brazil, international university cooperation focused primarily on exchanges with First World countries, the so-called South-North cooperation. However, some initiatives have occurred in the...
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Reimagining the Field of Comparative and International Education as a Meta-Assemblage through Big Data

Debates on the constitutive elements of comparative and international education (CIE) as a field have been ongoing fixtures in the academic literature in search of...
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Why Chinese students choose to study secondary education in Canada: An empirical investigation based on push-pull model

Introduction With the trend of globalization and internationalization of education, an increasing number of Chinese students choose to study secondary education overseas. It was reported...
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Origins and Traditions in Comparative Education

This volume aims to expand knowledge about the history of comparative education. It explores new scholarship on key actors and ways of knowing in the...
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Integrating Romani Children into Mainstream Education in the Czech Republic through Community Mobilization

The Romani people are an Indo-Aryan ethnic minority in the Czech Republic, originally an iterant, traveling community settled in various European countries (Hancock, 2003). There...
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