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“I Was Considered a Throw Away Child”

The School-to-Prison Pipeline through the Eyes of Incarcerated Adolescent and Adult Males

Taryn VanderPyl, Kelsie Cruz, and Hannah McCauley

The concept of the school-to-prison pipeline (STPP) has been extensively studied over the last few decades, yet few have included the perspective of those whom it has affected—incarcerated adolescent and adult males. Educators and policy makers are limited in determining solutions because they are missing this key perspective. Using a critical race theory framework, we focus on the voices of incarcerated youth and adults who have personally experienced the STPP. Young men within the juvenile and adult justice systems were asked their thoughts on and experiences with the STPP. Responses from 16 participants are shared, along with what they believe would have worked to help them stay out of the system, and their recommendations for how to improve the factors contributing to the STPP

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Germany's Linguistic ‘Others’ and the Racism Taboo

Liesa Rühlmann and Sarah McMonagle

Dampfboot ). Lengyel , D. , and L. Rosen ( 2015 ), ‘ Diversity in the Staff Room – Ethnic Minority Student TeachersPerspectives on the Recruitment of Minority Teachers ’, Tertium Comparationis 2 , no. 2 : 161 – 84 . Piller , I. ( 2016

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Walking on the edge: Educational praxis in higher education

Lill Langelotz, Kathleen Mahon, and Giulia Messina Dahlberg

higher education: The case of a Swedish course for professional principals’, Katina Thelin engages in praxis from a university teacher's perspective. The study shows the conditions, possibilities and challenges of creating what is referred to as a

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Teaching about the Holocaust in Albania, Kosovo, and North Macedonia

A Comparative Analysis

Esilda Luku

education reflect current patterns? Can teachersperspectives of and approaches to Holocaust education be attributed to the shortage of manuals and/or lack of training? By answering these questions, this article will provide a comprehensive overview of the

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Exploring the Digital Revolution in Education in India during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Shivi Grover and Leemamol Mathew

technological medium. This misplaced belief became a barrier to appropriate teaching. The relationship between digitalization and teachers’ beliefs is bidirectional. On the one hand, “technology-rich learning experiences” have the potential to shift teachers

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An analysis of Chinese students’ use of Chinese essay references

Another role for international students in the internationalisation of the curriculum

Miguel Antonio Lim and Zhuo Min Huang

-related problem areas: UK university teachersperspectives ’, Journal of Research in International Education 15 , no. 1 : 18 – 31 . . Siddall , G. and H. Rose ( 2014 ), ‘ Reading lists – time for a reality

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Humanisation of higher education

Re-imagining the university together with students

Patric Wallin

, for example, focused on everyday studying in on-line spaces and chose to produce four podcast episodes: (1) ‘An introduction to on-line education’, (2) ‘Students’ perspectives’, (3) ‘Teachersperspectives’, and (4) ‘The learning environment of the

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Arabic Grammar Curricula for Primary Schools in Middle Eastern Countries

A Comparative Study

Haifaa Majadly and Aharon Geva-Kleinberger

-Shimālī Liwāʾ Ḥaifa [Manifestations of Linguistic Weakness and its Causes among Pupils of the Lower Years in Elementary Schools from the TeachersPerspectives in the Northern Triangle Region, Haifa District] (MA Dissertation, Yarmūk University, 2010); Muḥammad