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Toropova, Anna; Myrberg, Eva; Johansson, Stefan – Educational Review, 2021
Given that teacher shortage is an international problem, teacher job satisfaction merits closer attention. Not only is job satisfaction closely related to teacher retention, but it also contributes to the well-being of teachers and their students, overall school cohesion and enhanced status of the teaching profession. This study investigates the…
Descriptors: Job Satisfaction, Teaching Conditions, Teacher Characteristics, Teacher Persistence
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Demie, Feyisa – Educational Review, 2021
The disproportionate exclusion of Black Caribbean pupils has gained attention among policy makers and parents, but little research has been undertaken to understand the causes behind overrepresentation. Black Caribbean pupils were nearly four times more likely to receive a permanent exclusion than the school population as a whole and were twice as…
Descriptors: Student Experience, Minority Group Students, Foreign Countries, Expulsion
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Sousa, Diana; Oxley, Laura – Educational Review, 2021
Education systems are often expected to play a key role in developing, maintaining and promoting democratic values and behaviours. This is particularly apparent in Portugal where, after nearly half a century of dictatorship ending in 1974, democracy emerged as a central national aspiration, especially within Early Childhood Education (ECE).…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Democracy, Early Childhood Education, Democratic Values
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Goodall, Janet – Educational Review, 2021
This paper asks a series of questions to prompt critical, informed thinking around research and practice in relation to parental engagement with children's learning. The questions ask how we, who research and work in this area, acknowledge and deal with the discourse of a culture of poverty, whether and if the "private sphere" of the…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Poverty, Equal Education, Cultural Influences
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Wainwright, Emma; Watts, Mike – Educational Review, 2021
In recent years, increasing research attention has been devoted to "first-generation" or "first-in-family" university students. For a sizeable cohort of students there is still little or no family tradition of supporting new university entrants into, and few expectations of, the novel and unfamiliar territory of university life…
Descriptors: Social Mobility, First Generation College Students, Foreign Countries, Student Experience
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Skinner, Barbara; Leavey, Gerard; Rothi, Despina – Educational Review, 2021
In Europe, well-being in the workplace has increasing prominence in the policy and research agenda, and education is a key context in which the challenge of occupational stress has been reported. Traditionally, the ethos in school settings could be said to be shaped by the vocational motivation of employees; that is, a commitment to a social…
Descriptors: Professional Identity, Professional Autonomy, Well Being, Mental Health
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Wood, Rebecca – Educational Review, 2021
Having intense or "special" interests and a tendency to focus in depth to the exclusion of other inputs, is associated with autistic cognition, sometimes framed as "monotropism". Despite some drawbacks and negative associations with unwanted repetition, this disposition is linked to a range of educational and longer-term…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Repetition, Mainstreaming
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Williams, Keith; Williams, Hefin – Educational Review, 2021
Nine English primary schools piloted homework tasks that utilised mathematical problems set in "everyday" contexts to generate specific forms of parental involvement in children's learning and, as a result, make mathematics homework enjoyable. Homework is pedagogically and socioculturally significant because of the effect it has on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Mathematics Skills, Problem Solving
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Bhopal, Kalwant; Henderson, Holly – Educational Review, 2021
This article explores findings from two projects that explore the impacts and institutional experiences of the Athena SWAN (ASC) and Race Equality (REC) Charter Marks in UK universities. The article offers an important, timely and original insight into the ways that these two charter marks are shaping and influencing practice in universities. We…
Descriptors: Racial Differences, Gender Differences, Universities, Educational Practices
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Felder, Franziska – Educational Review, 2021
For many authors, the central difference between integration and inclusion is that the latter conceives human diversity in positive ways, and even celebrates it. The article aims at investigating into the normative persuasiveness of such a view. It is specifically interested in the moral -- in contrast to political or practical -- arguments in…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Students with Disabilities, Diversity, Moral Values
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Shliakhovchuk, Elena – Educational Review, 2021
Globalisation has brought about change not only in the economic, social and technological order, but also in people's mentality and the ways they interact with the world around them. There has been a consensus that in our increasingly interconnected world, one of the essential tasks of educators and institutions at all levels is to develop,…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Cultural Literacy, Cultural Awareness, Political Attitudes
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Da'as, Rima'a; Zibenberg, Alexander – Educational Review, 2021
The present review discusses the influence of national culture and socio-political processes on teachers' perceptions in divided societies, which are structurally unable to meet minority groups' basic human needs for identity, inclusion and equality. To establish our assumptions, we use the case of Israel to demonstrate that socio-political…
Descriptors: Leadership, Theories, Cultural Influences, Teacher Attitudes
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Koutsouris, George; Norwich, Brahm; Bessudnov, Alexey – Educational Review, 2021
Almost 20% of English pupils still experience difficulties with reading despite the use of a predominantly phonics-based approach that works well for most children, but not for all; therefore, other approaches need to be explored. The Integrated Group Reading (IGR) programme involves an inclusive approach to targeted teaching led by class teachers…
Descriptors: Reading Difficulties, Randomized Controlled Trials, Teaching Methods, Reading Instruction
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Cowan, Paula; Jones, Tara – Educational Review, 2021
This paper provides insight into parental attitudes to their primary-aged children learning about the Holocaust. Evidence is based on data from interviews with parents whose children learned about the Holocaust in their last year of primary. Findings show that parents had initial concerns about their children learning about the Holocaust, but that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Parent Attitudes, Jews
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Wang, Li-Yi – Educational Review, 2021
While Singapore has been consistently ranked in international assessments as one of the world's top education systems, it has a higher percentage of low-performing students compared to other top education systems. Increasingly, the Singapore society is becoming more stratified. In 2011, the Singapore education system revealed a new vision -- a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Low Achievement, Educational Policy, Educational Change
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