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de Paula, Alisson Slider do Nascimento; Rodrigues, Maria Beatriz do Nascimento; Soares, Thiago Tavares – European Journal of Educational Management, 2022
This text aims to analyze the conditionalities of the New Public Management for the educational assessment policy in Brazil and the deepening of educational inequality with the outbreak of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Certainly, within the trajectory of educational policies, Brazil has a clear relationship with the conservative way…
Descriptors: Educational Administration, Educational Policy, Educational Assessment, COVID-19
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Onukwu, James Nwabianke – European Journal of Educational Management, 2020
This paper examined the concept of contributory pension scheme as it relates to lecturers' job commitment in the university system. It adopted the Social Exchange Theory by George Casper Homans in 1958 and a review of other scholars' findings on pension scheme implementation. It established a link between the CPS implementation procedures and the…
Descriptors: Retirement Benefits, College Faculty, Social Theories, Job Satisfaction
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dos Santos, Monica Pereira – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
The present paper aims to offer some theoretical insights into the understanding of how the cultures, policies and practices of educational inclusion of disabled people in the Brazilian national context is impacted by national and international policies, but also how far beyond they are affected by other aspects when one takes a broader…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Inclusion, Students with Disabilities, Public Policy
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Roberts, Ken – European Journal of Educational Management, 2019
Throughout the 1980s and 90s there was international interest in the UK's extensive experience (which began in the 1970s) with measures to alleviate youth unemployment. Today the UK attracts international attention on account of its low rates of youth unemployment and NEET, its (still) relatively rapid education-to-work transitions, and (according…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Youth Employment, Education Work Relationship, Secondary Education