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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...
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The role of the OECD in the construction of school autonomy with accountability as a global policy model

The OECD has played a key role in the global dissemination of school autonomy with accountability (SAWA) as a global...
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Engaging and Educating: Examining Local Protests and Narratives of Environmental Challenges as Resident Researchers in South Florida

After the 2016 Presidential election in the United States, the co-authors (as resident-researchers) attended protests including environmental themes from the...
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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...
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National-Global Dynamics in Global High Schools’ Websites in South Korea

This study illustrates how the discourse of global/international public high schools in the South Korea approach to the concepts of...
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Non-Cognitive Variables and Science Achievement in the United States of America and China: Evidence from PISA 2015

Non-cognitive variables are important indicators for students’ achievement. The study examines the relationship between non-cognitive variables and science achievement using...
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Entrepreneurship Skills Development through Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Africa

Entrepreneurship Skills Development through Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Africa (submitted on September 23, 2019) Africa has one...
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Examining Internet Addiction among International College Students in the United States: Acculturative Stress, Gender, Age and Length of Stay

Over the past 20 years, Internet addiction (IA) has become a campus health issue that cannot be ignored in the...
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Evaluation of an online course for young immigrant and refugee workers in the United States on occupational safety and health

Young workers and immigrant populations experience some of the highest rates of occupational injury and illness in the United States....
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Bottom-up education quality improvement with a mobile app!

In many low and middle-income countries, the focus in education improvement has shifted from access to quality. The need for...
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Non-Cognitive Variables and Science Achievement in the United States of America and China: Evidence from PISA 2015

Non-cognitive variables are important indicators for students’ achievement. The study examines the relationship between non-cognitive variables and science achievement using...
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International dimensions of education in Poland. Global citizenship education in schools and internationalization at universities-two sides of the same coin?

Proposal Information/Research/Questions and Theoretical Approach In the modern education, there are multiple narratives about the nature and the discourse of...
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Global Policies and Local meanings: School choice without vouchers

The influence of recent global trends in education has lent itself to the resignification of traditional national policies (Robertson &...
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Examining Internet Addiction among International College Students in the United States: Acculturative Stress, Gender, Age and Length of Stay

Over the past 20 years, Internet addiction (IA) has become a campus health issue that cannot be ignored in the...
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Craft Education in India: Potential Educational Counter Spaces Beyond Utilitarian, Neoliberal Models

This research argues that formal craft education in India has the potential to provide a viable educational counter space to...
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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...
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Seafaring Nomads: Sedentary Schools

Nomads and refugees – among the most marginalized social groups in this globalized era – expose tension between two otherwise-agreeable...
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Sesame Street in Korea: Another Case of Globalization

Sesame Street, one of the most successful educational broadcasting programs, was launched in the United States in November 1969 by...
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What’s in the Water? Exploring watery relations of female youth through art

Paying particular attention to climate change and its intersections with water, this presentation will consider research conducted in the summer...
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Education in the Anthropocene —Yale-NUS College as a case study of higher education

This paper is an interdisciplinary environmental humanities essay on (higher) education in the era of Anthropocene. It argues that education...
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