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The present state of Japanese educational reform is a mystery when seen from the outside. Although internationally known as one of the most highly achieving nations on international tests since the end of the 1990s, the Japanese have been engaged in a heated achievement crisis debate over the...
This article uses Melucci’s approach to social movements to explore how the women’s movement changed education in British Columbia in the 1970s. The women’s movement was a multifaceted social phenomenon with multiple agendas and actors. In the early 1970s, it developed a temporary sense of...
This article integrates the technical model of policy implementation with a coconstructed perspective of implementation to understand the impact of the New Jersey Department of Education’s (NJDOE) actions and policies on implementation of a set of court-ordered mandates in 30 of the state’s...
An important component of quality early care and education (ECE) is teacher training. Only 18 states require teachers in private ECE settings to undergo any preservice training, however, and there are many barriers to improving these teachers’ qualifications. Individual states are initiating...
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