“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?... Read More
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... Read More
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... Read More
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... Read More
Intra-European mobility of PhD students: Creating a European standard or promoting inequality?
The purpose of this paper is to examine the flow of Intra-European students for PhD studies and identifying reasons for stratification in the international student... Read More
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... Read More
Comparison of international and within-country perspective on academically resilient students as defined by OECD: An empirical study
Objectives: OECD (2010; 2013; 2016) has periodically reported international comparisons of the status and trends of academic resilience among students in the OECD countries using... Read More
School and student’s socioeconomic status effect on academic achievement: analysis based on PISA 2009, 2012, 2015 in Kazakhstan
In the last decade Kazakhstan participated in four cycles of OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). In PISA 2012 Kazakhstani mathematics performance was among... Read More
The relationship between the teacher individual characteristics and their ICT using
There are ambiguous attitudes to ICT by different users In the educational process, but the use of technology still becomes important. There are various factors... Read More
Can student achievement in primary education predict secondary school dropouts in India?
While the Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in primary schools in India is recorded at 95, the ratio falls to 62.5 in secondary schools. Over 47... Read More