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Ideland, Malin; Jobér, Anna; Axelsson, Thom – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
This article explores how a growing apparatus of edupreneurial actors offers solutions for the current 'school crisis' and how these commercial actors become taken for granted in the public school system. The Swedish case is interesting, as it involves a once-strong welfare state that is now associated with both the neoliberal discourse of…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Entrepreneurship, Neoliberalism, Competition
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Kuoppakangas, Päivikki; Suomi, Kati; Pekkola, Elias; Kivistö, Jussi; Kallio, Tomi; Stenvall, Jari – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
The academic career stories and trajectories of PhD holders have been widely studied in the context of economic austerity and an oversupply of doctors. However, few studies have investigated career building among ex-academics and how a doctoral degree and university work might affect their career possibilities outside academia. This paper explores…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Career Change, Doctoral Degrees, Career Development
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Wilcox, Kim – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Education policies can be understood as discursive strategies often used to foreground political ideologies and shape pedagogic practice. This chapter focuses on the ways in which the notion of 'teaching excellence' has received a renewed focus in the context of the introduction of a Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework for higher…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Policy, Outcomes of Education, Teacher Effectiveness
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Scheunpflug, Annette – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Global learning may be understood as an educational response to the development towards a world society. The development of world society is accompanied by a wide range of adaptation challenges, such as the development of global social justice, the overcoming of paternalism or the facilitation of social solidarity and dealing with migration in an…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Social Justice, Immigration, Climate
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Holmqvist, Diana; Fejes, Andreas; Nylander, Erik – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Privatisation of public education is becoming more and more common across the world. As much current research presupposes causal links between the degree of privatisation and issues of competition and student's free choice, we see a need for research on other ways of organising the presence of private providers in public education. In this…
Descriptors: Privatization, Public Education, Educational Finance, Foreign Countries
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Eta, Elizabeth Agbor; Mngo, Zachary Y. – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
This article traces the process of diffusion and transfer of the European Bologna Process reforms in Africa's national, sub-regional and regional contexts and examines factors that drive these processes. Considering that African countries are not official signatories but are aligning their systems of education to the BP, and in the absence of a…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Educational Change, International Cooperation, Educational Cooperation
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Giudici, Anja – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Since the 1980s, right-wing extremism, radicalism, and populism have emerged as transformative forces in European politics. This unexpected resurgence has triggered an interdisciplinary scholarly effort to refine our understanding of the far right. Educationalists, however, have largely been absent from this endeavour, leaving us unable to…
Descriptors: Authoritarianism, Political Attitudes, Interdisciplinary Approach, Social Change
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Niska, Miira – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Entrepreneurship promotion in higher education is a highly controversial issue. Yet entrepreneurship education is nowadays part of the education system all over Europe. In order to be legitimate, entrepreneurship education implemented in higher education institutions is expected to serve multiple stakeholders, among them society, students and…
Descriptors: Entrepreneurship, Higher Education, Teaching Methods, Universities
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Brown, Martin; McNamara, Gerry; Cinkir, Sakir; Fadar, Jerich; Figueiredo, Maria; Vanhoof, Jan; O'Hara, Joe; Skerritt, Craig; O'Brien, Shivaun; Kurum, Gül; Ramalho, Henrique; Rocha, João – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
The purpose of this paper, which is part of a three-year EU Erasmus+-funded study titled 'Distributed Evaluation and Planning in Schools' (DEAPS), is to provide an analysis of policies, structures, processes, supports and barriers that exist to enable or inhibit the involvement of students and parents in school evaluation in four European…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Student Participation, Participative Decision Making, Stakeholders
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Benoliel, Pascale; Berkovich, Izhak – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
This article explores the link between the OECD TALIS 2013 survey's framework for defining the ideal teacher and national educational goals by focusing on the teacher self-efficacy items, using cross-country comparisons. Surprisingly, cross-country analysis of the TALIS 2013 data combined with World Value Survey data about Desired Child Qualities…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Self Efficacy, Professionalism, Correlation
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Alves, Mariana Gaio; Tomlinson, Michael – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
This article examines how the value of higher education (HE) is currently being (re)framed in two European countries: England and Portugal. HE has been central to a global discourse on the future of knowledge economy, whilst also being subject to the policy framework of New Public Management. Being so, the changing value of HE is related to the…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Cross Cultural Studies, Higher Education, Educational Policy
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Lunde, Ida M.; Ottesen, Eli – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Increasingly, school leaders and teachers are being expected to use digital technologies to collect data to analyze, plan and organize teaching and learning. Such expectations can be traced to a number of policy initiatives over the last decade. This study is concerned with how educational policy puts forward ambitions of digital school leadership…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Computer Uses in Education, Leadership
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Tarabini, Aina; Jacovkis, Judith – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Transitions to upper secondary education are of crucial importance to understanding educational inequalities. They are also vital in explaining the contemporary dynamics of Early School Leaving. Global hegemonic discourses around educational transitions and Early School Leaving shape student pathways in terms of rational and linear choices,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Vocational Education, Dropouts, Dropout Prevention
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Friesen, Norm – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Klaus Mollenhauer (1928-1998) is one of the most important German theorists of education in the postwar era. Mollenhauer is often remembered in Germany today for his first book titled "Education and Emancipation: Polemical Sketches," but he received international renown for his final monograph, "Forgotten Connections: On Culture and…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Educational Theories, Teaching Methods, Personal Autonomy
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Koyama, Jill – European Educational Research Journal, 2021
Public education in the United States acts as a governmental tool of neoliberalism, through which state power and sovereignty are deployed and transformed in daily life. Here, I examine how the divergence of sovereignty is exerted over refugee students and their families in US public education. Drawing on 42 months of ethnographic data collected…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Refugees, Ethnography, Immigrants
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