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Civic education and the education of refugees
(Informa UK Limited, 2020-08-17)
This essay explores the civic education of refugees within the context of a radical global policy shift to include refugees in national education systems. I argue that this shift has promoted structural inclusion of refugees ...
How Can Released State Test Items Support Interim Assessment Purposes in an Educational Crisis?
State testing programs regularly release previously administered test items to the public. We provide an open-source recipe for state, district, and school assessment coordinators to combine these items flexibly to produce ...
Commentary: The Questions We Should Be Asking About Socially Responsible College Admission Testing
While we agree with Koljatic et al. (2021) that the college admission testing industry can and should ensure their products promote educational equity, we do not believe the corporate social responsibility framework for ...
Using a three-dimensional thinking graph to support inquiry learning
The use of external representations has a potential to facilitate inquiry learning, especially in hypothesis generation and scientific reasoning, which are typical difficulties encountered by students. This study proposes ...
The Purposes of Refugee Education: Policy and Practice of Including Refugees in National Education Systems
(SAGE Publications, 2019-07-16)
<jats:p> This article explores the understood purposes of refugee education at global, national, and school levels. To do so, we focus on a radical shift in global policy to integrate refugees into national education systems ...
Inclusion and exclusion within a policy of national integration: refugee education in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp
(Informa UK Limited, 2018-12-03)
Harnessing Data in Pursuit of Equity-Minded Redesign: Utilizing Equity Indicators to Interrogate Policy, Practice, and Social Constructs in preK-12 Education
Education serving as a lever for increased access to opportunity, in theory, is implicit within the design of the U.S. education system. However, disparities in achievement across demographic groups continue to be apparent ...
'Spanish at Home, English at School’: How Perceptions of Bilingualism Shape Family Language Policies Among Spanish-Speaking Parents of Preschoolers
(Informa UK Limited, 2018-11-26)
In the United States nearly one third of children under five live in homes where a non-English language is spoken. However, many of these language-minority (LM) children shift towards English monolingualism after beginning ...
“What I Believe Can Rescue That Nation”: Diaspora Working to Transform Education in Fragility and Conflict
(University of Chicago Press, 2019-05)