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Ingvarson, Lawrence; De Araugo, Jillian – European Journal of Education, 2022
There are many accomplished school leaders in Australia, but the profession has yet to develop credible systems for recognising their impact. This article provides a progress report on research initiated by professional associations of school principals, to provide school leaders with authentic and feasible methods for documenting their practice…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership, Instructional Leadership, Principals
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Zhuang, Tengteng; Liu, Baocun; Hu, Yiyun – European Journal of Education, 2022
This article reports on a study in which the legitimisation of shared governance in the Chinese higher education sector was investigated. Norman Fairclough's three-level discourse analysis was used for analysing documents and interviews. The research materials consist of thirteen Chinese university statutes and qualitative semi-structured…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Governance, College Administration, Educational Legislation
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Wright, Susan – European Journal of Education, 2022
This article analyses the process of reforming the governance of Danish universities, from an anthropological perspective. Observers saw that the assemblage of steering concepts, tools and mechanisms in the 2003 Danish university law could be articulated in two contrary ways: one would make the university into a "power force" with ideas…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, College Administration, Governance
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Waligóra, Anna; Górski, Marcin – European Journal of Education, 2022
The implementation of a new higher education policy started in Poland in 2020. The new policy seeks to internationalise and transform universities to increase their competitiveness. This article describes the historical context, issues and reasoning behind the reform as well as some of the challenges for the future development of higher education…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Higher Education, Governance, Foreign Countries
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Amaro de Matos, João; Pina e Cunha, Miguel; Falcão de Berredo, Rita – European Journal of Education, 2022
Under the pressure of globalisation, both China and Europe have active strategies to internationalise their higher education systems. This paper explores the cultural and institutional constraints of these strategies in both territories, analysing their impact on the cooperation and competition among higher education institutions. The article…
Descriptors: Leadership, Universities, Global Approach, Foreign Countries
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Kushnir, Iryna – European Journal of Education, 2022
In 2017, the European Union (EU) initiated the development of the European Education Area (EEA). The referentiality approach frames an original and timely inquiry into how EU policymakers explain the reasons for the development of the EEA. This inquiry relies on thematic analysis of relevant key policy materials, produced by the European…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Policy Formation, Educational Development
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Hertz, Benjamin; Grainger Clemson, Hannah; Tasic Hansen, Daniella; Laurillard, Diana; Murray, Madeleine; Fernandes, Luis; Gilleran, Anne; Rojas Ruiz, Diego; Rutkauskiene, Danguole – European Journal of Education, 2022
During their careers, teachers experience change in education policy, societal trends, and cultural shifts in pedagogical thought, requiring continual adaptation and innovation of their practices. Coupled with this is an assumed intrinsic desire to progress, whether as part of their own subject expertise, or with a view to taking on a role as…
Descriptors: Teaching Models, Instructional Effectiveness, Online Courses, Faculty Development
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Xue, Yujie; Zhu, Chang – European Journal of Education, 2022
In the context of globalisation, public organisations are undergoing rapid transformation, and how to govern them scientifically has become an important research topic. University governance is an important research area in the field of higher education; it has been addressed by many scholars across the world. In order to fully understand the…
Descriptors: Universities, College Administration, Governance, Research
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Zhang, Mengqi; You, Zheng – European Journal of Education, 2022
This article presents two Chinese international branch campuses located in Europe as cases. Semi-structured interviews and document analysis were undertaken to clarify the motivations of establishing international branch campuses, their governance models, and operational challenges. We found that authorities' regulatory policies and public norms…
Descriptors: Multicampus Colleges, Foreign Countries, Motivation, Global Approach
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Marini, Giulio – European Journal of Education, 2022
In high-income countries in recent years, the non-academic labour market destination of PhD-holders, i.e., the segmentation by industry sector of destination, has emerged as an issue. Universities and other research-intensive institutions can no longer absorb the major share of PhD-holders. Their employment has become a matter of segmentation both…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Graduates, Doctoral Degrees, Employment Patterns
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Brint, Steven – European Journal of Education, 2022
The costs of attending four-year colleges and universities in the United States have steadily increased over four decades leading to high levels of student debt and many obstacles for low-income students. The analysis presented appraises the extent of the cost and affordability problems, debunking the sensationalistic claims that are common in…
Descriptors: Student Costs, Low Income Students, Higher Education, Cost Effectiveness
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Brasher, Andrew; Whitelock, Denise; Holmes, Wayne; Pozzi, Francesca; Persico, Donatella; Manganello, Flavio; Passarelli, Marcello; Sangrà, Albert – European Journal of Education, 2022
Comparing universities and courses is of interest to a variety of stakeholders including potential students, policy makers, news and media organisations, ranking providers, and universities themselves. There are a range of existing university ranking schemes that provide comparisons (e.g. Academic Ranking of World Universities) but typically these…
Descriptors: Educational Quality, Comparative Education, Reputation, Institutional Evaluation
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Jaoul-Grammare, Magali – European Journal of Education, 2022
One of the specificities of French higher education is that there is no single higher education system but two compartmentalised and hierarchical higher education systems comprising (1) universities and (2) "grande école" higher education institutions. Competing for a place in the latter requires that students have succeeded in…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Equal Education, Geographic Regions, Social Differences
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Placklé, Inge; Könings, Karen D.; Jacquet, Wolfgang; Libotton, Arno; Merriënboer, Jeroen J. G.; Engels, Nadine – European Journal of Education, 2022
Student performance in general subjects such as language and mathematical skills is poor in secondary vocational education. A professional culture of teaching--including recruitment of well qualified teachers, effective teacher collaboration and effective teaching practice--could be the key to success. To what extent is there a professional…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Academic Achievement, Vocational Education, Secondary Education
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Bregvadze, Tamar; Medjad, Karim – European Journal of Education, 2022
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the universities of the former Soviet states faced a lack of public funding that left them with tuition fees as their main--and sometimes only--source of revenue. In a context where universities were exclusively focused on their economic survival, the decision of Ilia State University (ISU) to introduce in…
Descriptors: Social Change, Social Systems, Doctoral Degrees, Doctoral Programs
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