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Martin, Doug – International Journal for Transformative Research, 2023
Family Drug and Alcohol Courts (FDAC) were introduced to England in 2008 following their development in the USA. Pilots launched across the country adopted a family-based strategy with the aim to improve outcomes for children that live with parents who misuse substances or alcohol. The numbers of children entering the care system has increased…
Descriptors: Drug Abuse, Substance Abuse, Alcohol Abuse, Alcoholism
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Kavanagh, Siobhán; Sexton, P. J.; Fitzsimons, Sabrina – International Journal for Transformative Research, 2021
Distributed Leadership (DL) is a feature of education in many jurisdictions. Similarly, in Ireland the principles of DL have been adopted as part of a quality framework to underpin a system that provides high quality student care, learning and teaching. This model necessitates an alignment of senior leaders (SLs) and middle leaders (MLs) whose…
Descriptors: Middle Management, Secondary Schools, Professional Development, Change
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O'Connor, Colin – International Journal for Transformative Research, 2021
Kaur (2012) raises the question, how can education be more inclusive and representative when catering to diverse groups and students? Does our entitlement to human kindness cease once incarcerated, and are we to be forever banished to the outskirts of society? The majority of offender education research assesses success or failure through…
Descriptors: Role of Education, Change, Correctional Education, Institutionalized Persons
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Khan, Marion – International Journal for Transformative Research, 2021
I write this article as a postgraduate researcher undertaking a doctorate in Education, with an interest in research as a transformative process, and fascinated by the debate as to whether reality is objective or subjective. In reflecting on this, I recalled a significant incident that occurred when I was Professional Education Lead in an NHS…
Descriptors: Ethics, Sharing Behavior, Change, Experience
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Hesse-Biber, Sharlene – International Journal for Transformative Research, 2019
Climate adaptation research often ignores the broader socio-cultural human sphere within which climate change takes place. Dominant viewpoints on climate adaptation derive from the biophysical world that often excludes social, economic, and political contexts that also connect to biophysical changes. Hybrid methodological mixed methods approaches…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Climate, Change, Adjustment (to Environment)