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Using Multicultural Literature to Elicit Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching in Teacher Education

This study reports on preservice teachers participating in a microteaching lesson study (MLS) that integrated multicultural literature to elicit culturally responsive mathematics teaching (CRMT) during...
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From the civilizing mission of apocalypse to a decolonial praxis of sustainable innovation: Caribbean as capitalist and post-capitalist crucible

In this poster, I present the Caribbean as a historic site for the development of Capitalism and now–in the face of intense climate change–as a...
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Mainstream schools as shadow education providers in the Czech Republic

Shadow education is a global phenomenon encompassing various forms and types of private supplementary tutoring (Bray, 1999). Scholarly literature so far mainly focused on fee-based...
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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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Occupying Schools, Occupying Land

Over the past thirty-five years the Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (MST), one of the largest social movements in Latin America, has become famous globally for...
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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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Youth and the National Narrative: Education, Terrorism and the Security State in Pakistan

The role of the security establishment in Pakistan has been strengthened in a post-Musharraf era as social institutions are increasingly drawn into the security agenda....
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