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Mpoki Mwaikokesya – International Review of Education, 2024
Adult education is still regarded as a strategic agent for development and socio-economic transformation in many countries. In Tanzania, a special emphasis on adult education was particularly manifested during Julius Nyerere's presidency (1962-1985), which regarded adult education as a means of increasing popular awareness of political and social…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Presidents
Marino, Madison; Burke, Lindsey M.; Perry, Sarah Parshall – Heritage Foundation, 2023
In the fiscal year (FY) 2024 appropriations process, Congress has an opportunity to restore fiscal sanity to federal education spending. President Joe Biden launched the FY 2024 appropriations process recklessly, calling for $90 billion in discretionary spending for the Department of Education, a $10.8 billion (13.6 percent) increase from FY 2023.…
Descriptors: Educational Finance, Federal Aid, Budgets, Presidents
Shanika D. Hatcher – ProQuest LLC, 2023
The business management problem addressed in this study results from the need for succession planning practices in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). This systematic qualitative review examined which succession planning practices improve knowledge management and employee retention within HEIs. Despite the growing number of baby boomer…
Descriptors: Planning, Labor Turnover, Presidents, Governing Boards
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Mark Previte; Jay M. Shuttleworth – Social Education, 2023
The annual presidential address is traditionally an opportunity for the leader of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) to discuss the state of social studies and to provide insight about its direction. Central to these addresses have been reflections on the purpose of the social studies, which NCSS states is "… to help young…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Professional Associations, Presidents, Speeches
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Marc Schroeder – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2024
In this essay, I introduce the term "governance inversion" to describe a situation in which a university administration repositions a governance body in such a way as to limit its legitimate governance function. Structural conditions might make governance inversion more likely, but narratives might also be deployed to make the inversion…
Descriptors: Governance, Educational Administration, Universities, College Governing Councils
Challenger, Douglas F. – New England Journal of Higher Education, 2021
According to Douglas Challenger, American democracy just survived a near-death experience during the slow-motion coup that was the four years of Donald Trump's presidency. It culminated in his rejecting his electoral loss and pressuring officials and political allies to back his claims that the election was fraudulent and, at the end, inciting his…
Descriptors: Democracy, Citizenship Education, Presidents, Citizen Participation
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Karpman, Hannah E.; Crath, Rory – Journal of Social Work Education, 2023
The election of Donald Trump was an astounding moment in the history of the United States. As academics across disciplines and social work as a profession struggled to understand the election and its effects, several syllabi were crowd sourced to explain the phenomenon known as Trumpism. This article describes a social work social policy course…
Descriptors: Presidents, Social Work, Elections, Political Attitudes
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Wang, Haiyan; van Prooijen, Jan-Willem – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2023
Conspiracy beliefs have been studied mostly through cross-sectional designs. We conducted a five-wave longitudinal study (N = 376; two waves before and three waves after the 2020 American presidential elections) to examine if the election results influenced specific conspiracy beliefs and conspiracy mentality, and whether effects differ between…
Descriptors: Misconceptions, Beliefs, Theories, Elections
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Osei-Tutu, Araba A. Z.; Osei-Tutu, Kwaku O. A. – New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 2023
This article takes an international perspective on adult learning and disinformation, exploring how they have recast the global landscape. In particular, we address former president Trump's naming of certain Caribbean and African nations as "shithole countries," as well as other related experiences, and work to locate these comments…
Descriptors: Racism, Adult Learning, Presidents, Colonialism
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Russo, Renato; Blikstein, Paulo – Information and Learning Sciences, 2023
Purpose: There are several connections between education and disinformation, including the association between years of schooling and vulnerability to unfounded hypothesizing. The purpose of this paper is to inquire into a competing explanation: political leaders might be exploring powerful teaching and learning strategies to disseminate agendas…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Social Media, Political Attitudes, Presidents
Fletcher, Andrea Dawnyell – ProQuest LLC, 2023
In college athletics, there appears to be evidence of misalignment between stated commitments and institutional practices. Though institutions publicly promote equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), college athletic departments have failed to create large scale systemic change in the representation and retention of women and people of color.…
Descriptors: College Athletics, Presidents, Equal Education, Diversity
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AlBzour, Baseel A. – Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 2022
In order to reveal how Donald Trump is crucially involved in inciting riot and instigating insurgency, this pragmatic study strictly investigates and analyzes Donald Trump's tweets over the past months that preceded the unprecedented mob attack on the Capitol in January the 6th to impede the Congress endorsement of the US presidential elections…
Descriptors: Presidents, Social Media, Computer Mediated Communication, Elections
McLaughlin, Maureen K. – ProQuest LLC, 2022
Community Colleges (CCs) have been particularly impacted by a deluge of "development" and "good" leadership frameworks removed from the very communities in which leading remains paramount. A paradigm shift is needed to support current and aspiring CC leaders in a manner that prioritizes the very essence of learning in the…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Presidents, Leadership, Labor Turnover
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Dina Ali Mohamed El-Besomey – European Journal of Education (EJED), 2022
The role of advertising animation film as a political motivate in the contemporary reality strategy through multimedia in the research scale of universal unilateral force "America". And this reflection on the animation industry, which made the US authorities and capital owners as a political motivate towards political trends and…
Descriptors: Animation, Advertising, Mass Media, Propaganda
James Michael DiLoreto-Hill – ProQuest LLC, 2022
Within institutions of higher education, shared governance is an essential component to a healthy functionality. Among the many stakeholders at these institutions, students are the largest in number and hold primacy. Participation in student governance establishes a sense of shared ownership over their communities while also providing a unique…
Descriptors: Student Government, College Administration, Universities, Agenda Setting
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