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Shay, Marnee; Lampert, Jo – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
In this Indigenous/non-Indigenous collaboration, we examine discourses of 'community engagement' in Australia's blueprint education policy, "Through Growth to Achievement: The Report of The Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools." While the report addresses the education sector widely rather than being…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Equal Education, Community Involvement
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Rice, Carla; Dion, Susan D.; Fowlie, Hannah; Breen, Andrea – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
As Canadian education systems implement the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action, various expressions of white settler resistance become amplified. This article examines the potential for settler-educators' stories to teach about processes for working through settler ignorance. Insight into the question of how to transform settler…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Epistemology, Whites, Land Settlement
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Bishop, Michelle – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
With schools known to be sites of harm for many Indigenous peoples, both historically and currently, this paper re-considers 'doing' education another way. As a Gamilaroi woman, educator and researcher, I contemplate the ways Indigenous sovereignty is conceptualised and enacted by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the country now…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Tribal Sovereignty, Culturally Relevant Education
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MacDonald, Liana; Kidman, Joanna – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
In 2022, New Zealand history will shift from an optional to a compulsory subject across all levels of schooling. Teaching about New Zealand's difficult histories has the potential to reconstitute settler-Indigenous relations to show how historical colonial injustice impacts people today, but it raises questions about whose history will be…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, History Instruction, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Indigenous Populations
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Bodkin-Andrews, Gawaian; Page, Susan; Trudgett, Michelle – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
An increasing number of Australian universities are committing to Indigenous Graduate Attributes across a wide range of academic disciplines. This paper critiques not only the slow up-take of Indigenous Graduate Attributes in the last 10 years, but also how such attributes may realistically contribute to university students graduating with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Graduates, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge
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Patfield, Sally; Gore, Jennifer; Fray, Leanne; Gruppetta, Maree – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
While university participation rates among Indigenous Australians have been on the rise in recent years, parity targets remain elusive. In this context, surprisingly little attention has been paid to how aspirations for higher education are formed and nurtured. Studies tend to focus on barriers to access, often in ways that position Indigenous…
Descriptors: Middle Class, Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Academic Aspiration
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Marom, Lilach; Rattray, Curtis – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
This paper focuses on the meaning of education for reconciliation in the context of Canadian settler-colonialism. It captures an attempt to delve into the meaning of reconciliation as an experiential process, through learning on the land with the Tahltan People. We focus on reconciliation not as a theory or political discourse, but rather as a…
Descriptors: Conflict Resolution, Foreign Policy, Land Settlement, Experiential Learning
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Stacey, Meghan – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
Research within communities that have historically been failed by formalised schooling often describes teachers who have found it difficult to engage with the social and cultural differences of their students. In this article, I present the case of Richard, a teacher whose work entailed a particular set of demands generated by a complex range of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Beginning Teachers, Rural Schools, Indigenous Populations
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Hartong, Sigrid – Critical Studies in Education, 2021
This contribution takes a critical perspective on digital school performance platforms (SPP), which today play a key role in US state education monitoring and accountability. Using examples from two different US state education agencies, I provide an analytical disentanglement of some key dimensions of such platforms' enactment and materiality. I…
Descriptors: State Departments of Education, Technology Uses in Education, Performance, Accountability
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Grimaldi, Emiliano; Ball, Stephen J. – Critical Studies in Education, 2021
Many schools and students across the globe are now engaging with educational digital platforms in their teaching and learning experience. Platforms are changing what education is and how it is experienced. In response, educational research has devoted increasing attention to the so-called platformisation of education. This article contributes to…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Teaching Methods, Educational Change, Educational Philosophy
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Perrotta, Carlo; Gulson, Kalervo N.; Williamson, Ben; Witzenberger, Kevin – Critical Studies in Education, 2021
Digital platforms have become central to interaction and participation in contemporary societies. New forms of 'platformized education' are rapidly proliferating across education systems, bringing logics of datafication, automation, surveillance, and interoperability into digitally mediated pedagogies. This article presents a conceptual framework…
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Automation, Instruction, Participation
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Lange, Jochen – Critical Studies in Education, 2021
The paper considers digital tutoring platforms as commercial products in the shadow education sector. In particular, it focuses on relatively new platforms which purportedly act as tutors themselves: web-based learning software providing "intelligent tutoring systems.' The question is not how effective and beneficial these platforms are for…
Descriptors: Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Design, Data, Business
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Williamson, Ben – Critical Studies in Education, 2021
'Platform capitalism' and 'surveillance capitalism' describe the new business model and market form of the web. These forms of digital capitalism have begun to infuse the higher education landscape by merging with existing political demands for universities to become more data-driven, competitive, and market-focused. This article presents a case…
Descriptors: Internet, Social Systems, Business, Higher Education
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Gorur, Radhika; Dey, Joyeeta – Critical Studies in Education, 2021
Mapping India's vast, complex, and unruly education system through the systematic generation of accurate and current data, and encouraging accountability by persuading a diverse array of actors to engage with such data, is an ambitious, if not heroic, project. Yet this is what India's Education Information Management System (EMIS), the Unified…
Descriptors: Usability, Data Analysis, Accountability, Information Management
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Decuypere, Mathias; Landri, Paolo – Critical Studies in Education, 2021
University rankings have become commonplace in higher education. Traditional quantified rankings do not merely measure educational performance: they equally grant status, enforce competition between institutions, and are emblematic for the ongoing capitalization of higher education. Drawing on the field of Science and Technology Studies, this…
Descriptors: Universities, Institutional Evaluation, Educational Quality, Institutional Characteristics
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