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Heimans, Stephen; Singh, Parlo; Kwok, Henry – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
In this paper, the argument that we make is that public education emerges from when democracy is put into practice in education. For the purposes of this paper we use pedagogic rights as proposed by Basil Bernstein as a way to frame and support this 'putting into practice'. Democracy, we argue, has to be practiced in two senses: (1) it does not…
Descriptors: Public Education, Civil Rights, Democracy, Teaching Methods
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Wrigley, Terry – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
This article considers some theoretical resources for resistance to neoliberalised schooling and develops principles for reimagining the common school. Whilst relevant internationally, it is situated in the particular context of England, as a global epicentre of school reform -- a marketised and largely privatised system where the net of…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Foreign Countries, Public Education, Educational Policy
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Mendel, Maria – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
I investigate what is 'public' in public education, mostly in Poland, discovering in its sense something elusive, difficult to capture in the traditional way, that nevertheless has a noticeable impact -- the specters. The text is framed by Derrida's hauntology. Whereas traditional ontology provides taxonomies of things that exist, hauntology…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Education, Educational Theories, Educational Philosophy
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Mandt, Hege Marie; Afdal, Geir – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
This article analyzes and discusses the professional values of prospective mathematics teachers. Theoretical approaches to the understanding of teachers' professional values, such as critical mathematics education and relational perspectives, are well developed. Still, there are few empirical contributions to the field. Here, professional values…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics Instruction, Professional Identity, Social Justice
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Morote, Roxanna; Las Hayas, Carlota; Izco-Basurko, Irantzu; Anyan, Frederick; Fullaondo, Ane; Donisi, Valeria; Zwiefka, Antoni; Gudmundsdottir, Dora Gudrun; Ledertoug, Mette Marie; Olafsdottir, Anna S; Gabrielli, Silvia; Carbone, Sara; Mazur, Iwona; Królicka-Deregowska, Anna; Knoop, Hans Henrik; Tange, Nina; Kaldalóns, Ingibjörg V; Jónsdóttir, Bryndís Jóna; González Pinto, Ana; Hjemdal, Odin – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
The co-creation of educational services that promote youth resilience and mental health is still scarce. UPRIGHT (Universal Preventive Resilience Intervention Globally implemented in schools to improve and promote mental Health for Teenagers) is a research and intervention program in the Basque Country (Spain), Trentino (Italy), Low Silesia…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Resilience (Psychology), Intervention, Mental Health Programs
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Madsen, Miriam – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
Much contemporary scholarship claims that competition has become a key characteristic of educational governance, and that competition occurs in educational governance as a consequence of the comparative turn in education. This article problematizes the widespread application of the concept of competition as a relevant term across (seemingly) all…
Descriptors: Competition, Governance, Decision Making, Comparative Education
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Säfström, Carl Anders; Månsson, Niclas – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
This article deals with the question of what has happened to 'the public' in the Swedish education system during the last three decades. In our search for an answer we illuminate and discuss how the process of marketisation, together with the learnification and individualisation of education, replaced 'the public' from public education with the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Commercialization, Democracy, Educational Practices
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Zancajo, Adrián; Verger, Antoni; Fontdevila, Clara – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
The availability of public funding for private schools, in both primary and secondary education, has become a common feature in a number of OECD countries. The expansion of public subsidies for privately owned schools has consequences that go far beyond the involvement of private actors in the provision of education. These include deepening forms…
Descriptors: Educational Finance, Private Schools, Federal Aid, Elementary Secondary Education
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Clarke, Matthew; Mills, Martin – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
Recent educational reforms in England have sought to reshape public education by extending central government control of curriculum and assessment, while replacing local government control of schools with a quasi-private system of academies and multi academy trusts. In this paper, we resist reading this as the latest iteration of the debate…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Public Education
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Thompson, Greg; Mockler, Nicole; Hogan, Anna – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
This paper explores perceptions of work intensification around the world. Underpinning this analysis is C. Wright Mills' (1959) argument that many personal troubles are public issues, and the notion that a significant dimension of the privatisation of public education, a concern of public education advocates worldwide, is the ways in which school…
Descriptors: Accountability, Privatization, Public Education, Governance
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Messiou, Kyriaki; Bui, Lien Thien; Ainscow, Mel; Gasteiger-Klicpera, Barbara; Bešic, Edvina; Paleczek, Lisa; Hedegaard-Sørensen, Lotte; Ulvseth, Hilde; Vitorino, Teresa; Santos, Jorge; Simon, Cecilia; Sandoval, Marta; Echeita, Gerardo – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
This article analyses the ways in which notions of student diversity and student voice are defined in five European countries, two terms directly related to notions of inclusion. In so doing, it examines links between the two terms, noting that, often, they are used in international research without acknowledging the ways that they are defined…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Student Attitudes, Inclusion, Cross Cultural Studies
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Terhart, Henrike – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
Teachers trained in one country are often not allowed to serve as teachers in another country because their teacher's license is not recognised as equivalent. The barriers these teachers have to overcome in order to work in their profession again are high and often require further (full) teacher training at the university. The paper provides…
Descriptors: Professionalism, Teacher Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Teacher Education Programs
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Froehlich, Laura; Mok, Sog Yee; Martiny, Sarah E.; Deaux, Kay – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
Turkish-origin migrants on average show lower academic performance than Germans. This achievement gap cannot be fully explained by socio-economic differences between the groups. Negative competence stereotypes about Turkish-origin students predict the causal attributions that German preservice teachers make for migrants' academic underperformance.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Immigrants, Academic Achievement, Achievement Gap
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Proyer, Michelle; Pellech, Camilla; Obermayr, Tina; Kremsner, Gertraud; Schmölz, Alexander – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
This article looks deeper into the educational careers and barriers faced by internationally trained teachers with refugee backgrounds. Highly skilled teachers experience among others formal barriers due to the two-subject regime in Austria. This study analyses the barriers and measures that disable or enable the requalification of internationally…
Descriptors: Teacher Qualifications, Refugees, Educational Background, Teacher Education Programs
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Rosen, Lisa; Jacob, Marita – European Educational Research Journal, 2022
Teachers with so-called migration backgrounds are often assumed to possess higher intercultural competencies or skills for more adequately dealing with migration-related diversity than other teachers. However, these assumptions of higher intercultural competencies, specific pedagogical orientations and attitudes have rarely been systematically…
Descriptors: Diversity (Faculty), Foreign Countries, Migrants, Cultural Awareness
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