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Nandi, Emon – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
This article explores the link between modes of funding, governance and performance in higher education with the help of a case study involving three engineering colleges in West Bengal, India. It examines the major factors driving performances in the selected higher education institutions. It explains how the ability to adopt and implement…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Finance, Governance, Performance
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Atterberry, Adrienne Lee – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
This article asks the following questions: What pressures do teachers face from parents and senior administrators? How do the pressures teachers face from parents and senior administrators affect how they teach students? Specifically, how does this affect the methods they engage in to generate 'good' student outcomes? It answers these questions by…
Descriptors: Parent Teacher Cooperation, Teacher Administrator Relationship, Stress Variables, Educational Practices
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Hypolito, Álvaro Moreira; Lima, Iana Gomes de – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
The main goal of this article is to analyse the Non-Partisan School movement (EsP, or Escola sem Partido) which articulates social and political actors around a conservative agenda for education in Brazil. Based on Ball's studies, this article analyses political governance networks using a free software, GEPHI, using a qualitative network…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Political Influences, Governance
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Bhuyan, Navarupa; Goswami, Nirmali – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
In South Asian societies, nationalist projects have often relied on cultural symbols drawn from varied native traditions for their legitimacy claims. In a multi-ethnic society like India, with a multitude of narratives about collective pasts, it becomes difficult for such projects to achieve a multi-symbol congruence that is deemed necessary. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethnic Groups, Ethnicity, Nationalism
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Sukumar, Vardini M. – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
The experiences of people from marginalised communities have always been different in all shared social spaces. This article attempts to unpack the experiences of children from marginalised Boom Boom Maatukarar community of Tamil Nadu inside the classroom. It sheds light on the stigma and discrimination faced by children from this community in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Migrants, Social Bias, Student Experience
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Gulati, Nidhi – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
This commentary navigates the oeuvre of Ariés' writings on childhood, family, private life and death, with a focus on interrogating 'who is a child?' Departing from the intellectual history prevalent at the time, Ariés deployed the psychogenic approach to study the cultural history of childhood and family. He examines the quotidian experience of…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Children, Historiography, Educational Sociology
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Raina, Dhruv – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
The nineteenth century has been characterised as a period in which mathematics proper acquired a disciplinary and institutional autonomy. This article explores the intertwining of three intersecting worlds of the history of mathematics inasmuch as it engages with historicising the pursuit of novel mathematics, the history of disciplines and, more…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mathematics Education, Educational History, Historiography
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Narwana, Kamlesh; Gill, Angrej Singh – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
With the upsurge of private schools, parents are struggling with a variety of schooling options. Given the exclusionary nature of privatisation, the market has led to the reproduction of social inequality amidst a plurality of choice. By mapping the school choice process, the article aims to explore school choice in the varied socio-economic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Choice, Socioeconomic Background, Parents
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Ramchand, Mythili – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
Pedagogic Content Knowledge (PCK) is variously considered a useful framework, construct, model and tool to both understand and help form the knowledge base for teaching. There exists extant literature on the PCK of science. Building on this literature, this study aims to contribute towards an understanding of implementing curriculum reforms in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teacher Education, Education Majors, Preservice Teachers
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Anand, Chetan; Dalal, Jyoti – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
The present research attempts to examine the nature of violence and the manner in which it is experienced in schooling practices. By investigating the everydayness of schooling practices to capture the manifestation of violence, it aims to understand the experiences of marginality by locating it on the state-school continuum. The research has used…
Descriptors: Violence, Elementary Schools, Government Role, Social Isolation
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Singh, Harshit Pratap – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
All aspects of our lives, including educational access and quality, are affected by our socio-economic position. This reflective note about the author's educational experiences describes the interlinkages of caste and education. It talks about how those experiences played an integral role in shaping the author's beliefs about caste, reservation…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Autobiographies, Social Class, Access to Education
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Menon, Shailaja; Pallavi – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2022
Multilingual education is an urgent and pressing concern in the Indian educational scenario. While the National Education Policy (2020) acknowledges multilingualism as a resource in educational contexts and reiterates earlier policies calling for mother tongue-based education in elementary classrooms, it does not provide guidance in terms of how…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Bilingual Education, Foreign Countries, Language of Instruction
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Rajan, Vijitha – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2021
This article emphasises the discord between 'mobile childhoods' and 'immobile schools' as the fundamental problematic of educational inclusion of migrant children in India. Formal schooling system predicated upon static ideals of age, grade, learning, curriculum and language, fails to accommodate the lived realities of migrant children. By drawing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Migrant Children, Educationally Disadvantaged, Traditional Schools
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Haulle, Evaristo; Kabelege, Eliud – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2021
Education is important for human development. It is a basic human right as articulated in the Constitution of United Republic of Tanzania of 1977. Since then, a series of reforms for improving access, quality and relevant education were adopted in the country. This study evaluates the relevance and quality of social science textbooks used in…
Descriptors: Textbooks, Textbook Content, Textbook Publication, Elementary Education
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Shugurova, Olga – Contemporary Education Dialogue, 2021
In this reflective article, I explore a feminist dialogic pedagogy of inclusive education (IE) in the sociocultural context of my and my students' lived experience. I ask what a feminist dialogic pedagogy means to my students. The purpose of this article therefore is to advance knowledge about a feminist dialogic pedagogy in teacher education with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Feminism, Inclusion, Teaching Methods
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