Query : Educational Policy and Administration
- Ada Augusta Celestino Bezerra2
- Albogast Musabila2
- Ângelo Ricardo de Souza2
- Anne‐Marie Klint Jørgensen2
- Bayu Taufiq Possumah2
- Claudia Regina Baukat Silveira Moreira2
- David DeMatthews2
- Denise Pinheiro2
- Dian Arya2
- E. A. Koshechkina2
- Egbert De Smet2
- Eladio Sebastián Heredero2
- Eugene Borokhovski2
- Fanbin Kong2
- Farra Munna Harun2
- Francisco das Chagas Silva Souza2
- Frenay, Mariane2
- Graziela Zambão Abdian2
- Gretchen Lowerison2
- Hana Silvana2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences175
- Political Science161
- Gender Studies48
- Architecture and Space Management29
- Cultural Heritage and Museology28
- Economies and Finances23
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology22
- Communication Sciences21
- Methods and Statistics20
- Art and Art History11
- Biological Anthropology6
- Archaeology and Prehistory4
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Activist Biology : The National Museum, Politics, and Nation Building in Brazil
Brazilian society was shaken by turmoil in the 1920s and 1930s. The country was rocked by heated debates over race and immigration, burgeoning social movements in cities and the countryside, entrenched oligarchies clinging to power, and nature being despoiled. Against this turbulent backdrop, a grou...
The Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG) and its members (1910-1939): academic actors and disciplines
, most of which emerged at the beginning of the xx century, have often been perceived as conservative corporatist groups, and in particular the Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG), and as such have been made responsible for the difficulty of reforming the school disciplines they inten...
Heritage and commemorations in liberal Italy: genealogy of the 1911 regional exhibition in Rome
Based on a comparative approach, this article aims to analyse the architecture produced for the regional exhibition held in Rome in 1911 (as part of the commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Italy), in the light of the political pedagogy initiated by the government during t...
Assembling Internationalization through Policies in the Governance of Higher Education
Specialization: Educational Administration and Leadership Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Abstract: The purpose of this study was to trace how relationships between global, national and local policy spheres are enacted as actors assemble in educational governance through their engagement with internati...
Registration fees: arguments and international resistance
Brenviary Costs, published on Contretemps.eu by Hugo Harari-Kermadec, Léonard Moulin and David Flacher. On 19 November 2018, the government announced an increase in tuition fees for foreign students (outside Europe) to EUR 2 770 in Bachelor’s degree and EUR 3 770 in Master’s degree. It is a discrimi...
Public Health Observatories: a learning community model to foster knowledge transfer for sustainable cities
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Integration of local knowledge in Thailand. Karen know-how at school and eco-tradition
This article shows the genealogy of a pilot educational project in the primary school of a Karen mountain village in northern Thailand. The initiative, intended to include local education in the framework of the national primary curriculum, is linked to a wider project of pedagogical reform of the T...
Reflections about inclusion of vulnerable groups in Higher Education. The Tutorial Device: a space under construction
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Making Sense of Internationalization via Strategic International Research Partnerships. Faculty Members' Experiences in a Canadian University
Specialization: Educational Administration and Leadership Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of academics at the University of Alberta who were involved in strategic international research partnerships with institutions located in two over...
Public-private partnership in early childhood education in São Paulo: the real reasons of this political choice
This article discusses the public-private partnership as a policy for supplying the need for childcare in São Paulo city. According to the Municipal Department of Education and Educational Census data, among the 281.798 children between 0 and 3 years old enrolled in early childhood education institu...
Aspects of Public and Private Sociodynamics in the Special Education Policy in the State of Espírito Santo
In this article, we discuss aspects of the political and social purposes related to the contracting of private Specialized Educational Service, made by the state of Espírito Santo, Brazil. We collected data on expenditures made by the public administration in 2014 (at the beginning of the contractin...
Integrated e-Learning and Education Centre in STEM in Asia: a reflection from the research experience in Taiwan and Vietnam
Objective: This article describes the plan for the implementation, progress and future directions of the Elise Academic and Education Research Centre (e-Learning Integrated STEM Education Center), the foundation of which is to strengthen the collaboration between Taiwan and Vietnam in e-Learning and...
Public policies, secondary education and inequality. A study in the northern part of Santa Cruz
The role of the State is certainly key in terms of deploying the resources that a society needs to meet the demands, contingencies and needs of the population. The State takes a position on public issues affecting the well-being of citizens in situations where these demands are not only non-transpar...
Governance and its impact on quality processes in higher education institutions
Governance in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are the administrative and quality origins in the evolution of educational institutions in global and international environments, which are increasingly competitive, organised and equipped with a number of tools that intensify quality models for edu...
Process of institutionalisation of national and state educational training policy: Propositions and resistance in Paraná
In order to deal with the process of institutionalising the policy of initial and continuing training of teachers in Basic and Higher Education, based on the management and curriculum policies of the Bachelor’s degree, the article poses a problem with sociologically the tensions and curricular miles...
Quality eLearning in Distance Learning: Benefits and Implications for National eLearning Policy in Ghana
The continual innovation in technology has ripple effect on the way services are offered and undoubtedly has affected educational policies leading to educational reform. Governments, including the Government of Ghana have shown support to Universities in their implementation of eLearning. However, t...
Political ethical dimensions in education since the speech policy analysis
How to educate on values when we know that values are not absolute and their universality is fragile, historical and the product of a political relationship that can be changed? How to govern when we know that it is impossible to lead a community to its ultimate reconciliation? How to educate when w...
One hundred years of schooling in Androy (20th to early 21st century) : political, social and family logics of school attendance in a region of Madagascar
Located at the extreme South of Madagascar, the Androy Region has several specific characteristics compared to the rest of the country when it comes to schooling: enrollment and literacy indicators there are the lowest of the island, and school attendance is particularly higher among girls than amon...
Citizen training in the search for policy
The question is how, in the face of civic training that shows insufficiency, sterility and insignificance in the face of the social and educational crisis, a politically motivated civic training would influence teachers in training by means of a curriculum and didactic renewal, so that they, as poli...
Collective Decision Making in Rural Japan
The NRA steadfastly maintains that the 30,000 gun-related deaths and 300,000 assaults with firearms in the United States every year are a small price to pay to guarantee freedom. As former NRA President Charlton Heston put it, "freedom isn't free." And when gun enthusiasts talk about Constitutional...
An interministerial policy officer will henceforth coordinate state actions in the fields of information, occupations, educational guidance, preparation for employment and integration into the labour market of young people. It is attached to the ministers responsible for national education, higher e...
Jacques de Rette and the sports republics: an experiment on citizenship in EPS (1964-1973)
‘titrebRésumé’/titrebLa République des sports de Calais, launched by Jacques de Rette in 1964, is an original educational experience in the French EPS landscape. It consists of school-based learning of citizenship based on the active participation of pupils in a Republic with sport as a medium. As a...
The federal resources for the financing of education sica
O article looks at federal resources for education and education by states and regions, presenting the main programmes, the distribution of resources and the values involved, especially those coordinated by the National Fund for the Development of Education (fnde). The source of the investigation wa...
State-promoted educational appearances for employability
This article aims to discuss state-promoted educational appearances for employability and reduction of social inequalities from the 2000s in response to market/capital demands, with the aim of better understanding the nuances of these measures. It forms an integral part of the applicant’s doctoral t...
The Independent Campus Program for Higher Education in Indonesia: The Role of Government Support and the Readiness of Institutions, Lecturers, and Students
This study seeks to analyze the relationship between the Kampus Merdeka (Independent Campus) program of Indonesia and the readiness of stakeholders in universities, specifically whether the latter has a positive influence on implementing the program. The research applied a quantitative approach, whi...