Comparative and International Education

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Vol. 45, No. 3, December

Somali Refugee Students in Canadian Schools: Premigration Experiences and Challenges in Refugee Camps/Les éLèves Réfugiés Somaliens Dans Les éColes Canadiennes : Les Expériences De Prémigration et Les Défis Dans Les Camps De Réfugiés
IntroductionThousands of people worldwide are forced to flee their homes every year to save their lives and search for safety and protection. More than 43 million people worldwide are currently displaced as a result of armed conflicts or natural disasters...
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Editorial: Volume 45 (Issue 3), 2016
Relationships are the heart and soul of what we do as educators, researchers, scholars and practitioners, including developing relationships with those with whom we work, research, write, serve and teach. From our perspective as Editors of the Comparative...
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Collaborating in (Mis)translation: Opportunities Lost and Found during a Multi-Year Exchange Program between Canada and China/Collaborer À (L'erreur De) la Traduction : Opportunités Perdues et Trouvées Durant Un Programme D'échange Pluriannuel Entre le Canada et la Chine
IntroductionReciprocal Learning ProgramThis paper grew out of the perceptions and experiences of Canadian education faculty who collaborated with Chinese Canadian colleagues in leading trips to China during a multi-year exchange program. The Faculty...
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Parental Support for Newcomer Children's Education in a Smaller Centre/Soutien Parental Pour L'éducation Des Enfants Des Nouveaux Venus Dans Un Centre Plus Petit
BackgroundNewcomers to Canada are comprised mostly of immigrants who choose to leave their homeland and live in Canada or refugees who come for protection from war, persecution, or other insecurities. Although both groups experience the impact of migration,...
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Analyse D'un Projet Pilote D'intégration D'une Approche Par Les Situations Dans L'éducation De Base De la République Démocratique Du Congo
IntroductionEn 2011, le gouvernement de la République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) a adopté le document de stratégie de développement de l'enseignement primaire, secondaire et professionnel (2010/2011- 2015/2016) dont l'objectif général est de construire...
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Teacher Strategies to Improve Education Outcomes for Indigenous students/Les Stratégies Des Enseignants Pour Améliorer Les Résultats Scolaires Des éLèves Autochtones
IntroductionIndigenous peoples of countries such as Canada, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand share the experience of European colonization and subsequent marginalization. Across these countries, Indigenous peoples consistently demonstrate...
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Multi-Stakeholder Partnership in Teacher Education and Development: The Impact of International Teaching on Host Schools and Communities in Kenya/Partenariat Multipartite Dans la Formation et le Développement Des Enseignants: L'impact De L'enseignement International Sur Les éColes et Les Communautés D'accueil Au Kenya
IntroductionThere has been a growing interest in offering international teaching practicums or internships to preservice teachers as an approach to developing teachers' global perspectives on education, culturally responsive pedagogy, and cross-cultural...
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Revisiting Multiculturalism in Canada: Theories, Policies and Debates
Guo, S. & Wong, L. (Eds). (2015). Revisiting Multiculturalism in Canada: Theories, Policies and Debates. Boston: Sense Publishers, 352 pp. ISBN: 9789463002066In 1971, Canada adopted a multiculturalism policy that has, over the ensuing four decades,...
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Spotlight on China: Chinese Education in the Globalized World
Guo, S., & Guo, Y. (Eds.) (2016). Spotlight on China: Chinese Education in the Globalized World. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense, pp. 378. ISBN: 9789463006675, $43.00 (paperback) ISBN: 9789463006682, $ 99.00 (hardback) E-Book, ISBN: 9789463006699Shibao...
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Vol. 45, No. 2, September

The Post-Sojourn in Study Abroad Research-Another Frontier
John L. Plews, Saint Mary's UniversityThe four articles collected in this special issue of Comparative and International Education/ Éducation comparée et internationale are extended versions of original papers presented at the "Culture of Study Abroad...
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Maintaining the Japan Connection: The Impact of Study Abroad on Japanese Language Learners' Life Trajectories and Ongoing Interaction with Japanese speakers/Maintenir la Connexion Avec le Japon : L'impact Des éTudes À L'étranger Sur Les Trajectoires De Vie Des Apprenants De Japonais et L'interaction Continue Avec Des Locuteurs Japonais
IntroductionFor many students, study abroad represents a momentous, often life-changing event: an exciting and novel experience of a lifetime. For language learners in particular, it presents an important opportunity to be immersed in the target language...
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Cultural Discovery as a Post-Year Abroad Agent of Change for UK Modern Language students/Découverte Culturelle En Tant Qu'agent De Changement Pour Les éTudiants Britanniques De Langues Modernes, Une Année Après Leurs éTudes À L'étranger
IntroductionHigher Education (HE) in the twenty-first century is adapting itself rapidly to "a radically transformed cultural and global landscape": one "where borders are constantly shifting" (Giroux, interviewed in Guilherme, 2006, p. 169). A landscape...
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Interdisciplinary Study Abroad as Experiential Learning/études Interdisciplinaires À L'étranger En Tant Qu'apprentissage Expérimentiel
IntroductionThroughout Canada and the United States, experiential learning in postsecondary education appears to be ubiquitous, so widespread is its promotion by colleges and universities, large and small.1 From major research-intensive institutions...
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EFL Learners' Post-Sojourn Perceptions of the Effects of Study abroad/Les Perceptions Post-Séjour Des Apprenants D'anglais Comme Langue éTrangère Sur Les Effets Des éTudes À L'étranger
IntroductionSecond language (L2) study abroad (SA) can offer the "the prospect of exploring a new language, culture, society, and the chance to reinvent yourself' (Pellegrino, 2005, p. 150). The SA experience showcases a variety of different opportunities,...
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Social and Cultural Aspects of Language Learning in Study Abroad
Book Review: Social and Cultural Aspects of Language Learning in Study Abroad Kinginger, C. (Ed.). (2013). Social and Cultural Aspects of Language Learning in Study Abroad. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Hardcover (ISBN 9789027213150): EUR 99.00, USD 149.00...
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Language Acquisition in Study Abroad and Formal Instruction Contexts
Pérez-Vidal, C. (Ed.). (2014). Language acquisition in study abroad and formal instruction contexts. Amsterdam, The Netherlands/Philadelphia, PA: Benjamins.Hardcover (ISBN 9789027205315 | EUR 95.00 | USD 143.00) e-book (ISBN 9789027270238 | EUR 95.00...
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Social Interaction, Identity and Language Learning during Residence Abroad
Mitchell, R., Tracy-Ventura, N., & McManus, K. (Eds.). (2015). Social interaction, identity and language learning during residence abroad. Essex: European Second Language Association. 309 pp. ISBN: 978-1-329-43044-0.This edited volume is a compilation...
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Vol. 45, No. 1, 2016

Editorial: Volume 45 (Issue 1), 2016/éditorial: Volume 45 (Numéro 1), 2016
Welcome to yet another rich and interesting issue of Comparative and International Education / Education Comparée et Internationale for your reading pleasure, during the forthcoming warm summer months! As you start turning the 'virtual' pages of our...
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Towards Different Conversations about the Internationalization of Higher education/Vers Des Conversations Différentes Au Sujet De L'internationalisation De L'enseignement Supérieur
The acceleration of institutional commitments to "internationalize" higher education over the past few decades has resulted in a pressing need for reflection on the practice, pedagogy, and study of this work. A decade after offering her widely cited...
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Strengthening Higher Education Space in Tanzania through North-South Partnerships and Links: Experiences from the University of Dar Es Salaam/Renforcer L'espace D'enseignement Supérieur En Tanzanie Grâce À Des Partenariats Nord-Sud et Des Liens : Expériences De l'Université De Dar Es Salaam
IntroductionAcademic partnerships and links are construed by African universities as key strategies for capacity building, and international cooperation between North and South universities. Partnerships are, in practice, considered an integral part...
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Les Mots Pour le Dire : Acculturation Ou Racialisation? Les Théories Antiracistes Critiques (TARC) Dans L'étude De L'expérience Scolaire De Jeunes Noirs Du Canada En Contextes francophones/The Words to Say It: Acculturation or Racialization? Critical Anti-Racist Theory (CART) in the Study of the Schooling Experience of Canadian Black Youth within Francophone Contexts
IntroductionLa migration massive de la population haïtienne, fuyant la dictature en Haïti à partir des années soixante, a fait naÎtre de vastes diasporas haïtiennes dans les grandes villes des États-Unis et du Canada, et aussi en France et dans la Caraïbe....
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Mathematics as a Cultural Role Player in School Development: Perspectives from the East and West/Les Mathématiques Comme Acteur Culturel De Rôle Dans le Développement Scolaire : Perspectives De l'Est et De l'Ouest
Background and IntroductionSchool development involves a wide-ranging series of appropriately planned activities, and the coordinated efforts of several practitioners, functionaries, and stakeholders in the educational arena. Thus, adequate school development...
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Power and Meaning Making in an EAP Classroom: Engaging with the Everyday
Chun, C. W. (2015). Power and Meaning Making in an EAP Classroom: Engaging with the Everyday. North York, ON: University of Toronto Press. 219 pp. ISBN-13:978-1-78309-293-2Chun's book contributes to the existing literature regarding English for Academic...
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Peacebuilding, Citizenship, and Identity: Empowering Conflict and Dialogue in Multicultural Classrooms
Book Review: Parker, C. (2016). Peacebuilding, citizenship, and identity: Empowering conflict and dialogue in multicultural classrooms. Rotterdam, Sense Publishers. 222 pp. ISBN 978-94- 6300-245-5.The ways in which teachers acknowledge or ignore social...
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Vol. 44, No. 1, June

The Rhizome of Blackness: A Critical Ethnography of Hip-Hop Culture, Language, Identity and the Politics of Becoming
Ibrahim, A. (2014). The Rhizome of Blackness: A critical ethnography of Hip-Hop Culture, Language, Identity, and the Politics of Becoming. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN 976-1-4331-2602-4.Against the backdrop of a neoliberal fixation on standardized assessments...
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Claiming to Be Global: An Exploration of Ethical, Political, and Justice Questions Presidential Keynote Address, CIESC Conference 2015/ Réclamer le Global: Une Exploration De Questions D'éthique, De Politique et De Justice le Discours Que la Présidente, SCÉCI Conférence 2015
Good morning and thank you for coming today. Thank you also to the University of Ottawa for hosting the 2015 conference. I also want to recognize that we are meeting on the unceded ancestral land of the Algonquin people and to commit to respecting the...
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Editorial
We are excited to be publishing this first issue of our journal under our new name, Comparative and International Education/ Éducation comparée et internationale. We are more than ever an international journal now. Take a look at the interactive Readership...
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Encounters with Discomfort: How Do Young Canadians Understand (Their) Privilege and (Others') Poverty in the Context of an International Volunteer Experience?/ Rencontres Avec L'inconfort: Comment De Jeunes Canadiens Comprennent (Leur) Privilège et la Pauvreté (Des Autres) Dans le Contexte D'une Expérience De Volontariat International?
IntroductionThis article explores the narrative accounts of six similarly-situated youth (all identified as white, female and residents of Toronto, Canada), and in particular, how they retrospectively made meaning of their short-term international volunteer...
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Mentoring Teachers for Critical Global Consciousness: Infusing Solidarity in International Service Learning/ Mentorat Des Enseignants Pour Une Conscience Globale Critique: Infuser la Solidarité Dans l'Apprentissage Par le Service International
IntroductionThis study investigates an international service learning (ISL) program in Nicaragua that is facilitated by a Canadian non-government organization (NGO), Canadian Youth Abroad (CYA). 2 The actual implementation of the program is undertaken...
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Social Studies in Three Canadian Provinces: A Comparative Exploration/ Les Sciences Sociales Dans Trois Provinces Canadiennes: Une Exploration Comparative
Education is a provincial matter in Canada. For over a hundred years, however, individuals have debated whether education should remain a provincial matter, or whether federal involvement should increase (Di Mascio, 2013). Later in the twentieth century,...
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Vol. 43, No. 3, January

Editorial: Volume 43 (Issue 2), 2014/éditoriale: Volume 43, (Numéro 3), 2014
With this last issue of 2014, we introduce our new journal name, Comparative and International Education. Our new name marks the end of 42 years publishing under the name Canadian and International Education, and ushers in a new, exciting era of writing...
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The Political Economy of Training in Canada and England: Politics, Pragmatism and Public Opinion in a Post-Industrial age/L'économie Politique De la Formation Au Canada et En Angleterre: La Politique, le Pragmatisme et L'opinion Publique Dans Une èRe Post-Industrielle
IntroductionThe re-training of displaced workers is a common governmental response to industrial decline, increased unemployment and community depopulation. This article reports on a study of the place of re-training in economic development programs....
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International Students as 'Ideal Immigrants' in Canada: A Disconnect between Policy Makers' Assumptions and the Voices of International Students/étudiants Internationaux En Tant Qu'« Immigrants Idéals » Au Canada : Une Déconnexion Entre Les Assomptions Des Décideurs De Politique et Les Expériences Vécues Des éTudiants Internationaux
IntroductionInternational education allows for intercultural learning and networking and is a source of skilled labour when international students (IS) can be retained upon graduation and effectively integrated into the local labour market. In this paper,...
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Redefining Multicultural Education: Inclusion and the Right to Be Different
Redefining Multicultural Education: Inclusion and the Right to be Different. (2014). By Ratna Ghosh & Mariusz Galczynski (3rd edition). Toronto, Canadian Scholars' Press. 232 pages. ISBN: 9781551306285Multiculturalism is a term which means different...
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Vol. 43, No. 2, September

Editorial
In my volume 42, issue 1 (2013) editorial, I reviewed the history and rationale for the title of our journal, Canadian and International Education. The Editorial Board for the CIE Journal met in May and we discussed, at length, the pros and cons of our...
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Reflections of a Capacity Builder: An Autoethnographic Perspective of Capacity Building Methods with a Youth Livelihoods Organization in Vanuatu/Réflexions D'un Responsable De Renforcement Des Capacités: Une Perspective Autoethnographique Sur Les Méthodes De Renforcement Des Capacités Avec Une Organisation De Jeunes Sur Les Moyens De Subsistance, À Vanuatu
Every day international development professionals arrive in new countries to impart their knowledge and expertise on indigenous peoples and organizations. But how often do these development professionals reflect on the work they are doing? This article...
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Developing Global Educators and Intercultural Competence through an International Teaching Practicum in Kenya/Développer Des éDucateurs Globaux et Des Compétences Interculturelles À Travers Un Stage International D'enseignement Au Kenya
Given the diversity of Canada's population, education must be intercultural. If education does not address the cultural reality of students it risks becoming a tool for the "inculcation of national or religious fundamentalism" (Coulby, 2006, p. 246)....
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'South-South' Borrowing: Lessons from the Caribbean and Implications for Post 2015 agenda/Emprunt 'Sud-Sud' : Leçons De la Caraïbes et Implications Pour Un Agenda Post-2015
Although the notion of 'sharing best practices' is used by UNESCO (2002), other terms such as 'education borrowing' (Phillips & Ochs, 2003; Steiner-Khamsi, 2004) are recognized in the field of education, denoting the process of identifying practices...
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I Came, but I'm Lost: Learning Stories of Three Chinese International Students in Canada/Je Suis Venu, Mais Je Suis Perdu: Histoires D'apprentissage De Trois éTudiants Internationaux Chinois Au Canada
The pursuit of international education and the internationalization of higher education have become a significant element of Canadian higher education (The Canadian Bureau for International Education, 2013). Where a decade ago they were of interest primarily...
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A Study of the First Year International Students at a Canadian University: Challenges and Experiences with Social Integration/Une éTude Des éTudiants Internationaux De Première Année Dans Une Université Canadienne : Défis et Expériences Avec L'intégration Sociale
Over the past few decades, an increasing number of international students came to North America for higher education. For instance, during the 2008-2009 academic year, the number of international students in post-secondary institutions in the United...
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Comparative Education Research: Approaches and Methods
Comparative Education Research: Approaches and Methods (2014, 2nd edition). M. Bray, B. Adamson and M. Mason (Eds.) Hong Kong and Dordrecht: Comparative Education Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong and Springer, 443 pp., ISBN 978-988-17852-8-2.Reviewed...
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Making Anew My Home: A Memoir
Mathew Zachariah (2013) Making Anew My Home: A memoir. Victoria, BC: Friesen Press. 226 pp. (ISBN: 978-1-4602-1259-2PM)Reviewed by Deo H. Poonwassie, Professor Emeritus, University of ManitobaThis book is about identity and belonging. During one's lifetime...
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Service-Learning in Theory and Practice: The Future of Community Engagement in Higher Education
Service-learning in theory and practice: The future of community engagement in higher education. Dan W. Butin. (2010). New York: Palgrave MacMillan. 174 pp. (ISBN 9780230622517).Many organizations support ever increasing numbers of service-learning initiatives...
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Vol. 43, No. 1, June

School Leadership in the Caribbean: Perceptions, Practices, Paradigms
School leadership in the Caribbean: Perceptions, practices, paradigms. Edited by Paul Miller. (2013). Oxford, UK: Symposium Books. 204 pp. (ISBN 978-1-873927-81-6)Dr. Paul Miller's (2013) edited book, School Leadership in the Caribbean: Perceptions,...
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School Leadership in the Context of Standards-Based Reform: International Perspectives
School leadership in the context of standards-based reform: International perspectives. Louis Volante, (Ed.). (2012) Springer: Dordrecht, Netherlands. 263p. (ISBN: 978-94-007-4094-5 [Print], 978-94-007-4095-2 [Online])Dimmock and Walker (2000)'s turn...
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School Leadership - International Perspectives, (2010)
School Leadership - International Perspectives, (2010). Edited by Stephan. Gerhard Huber, New York: Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg. 330 p. (ISBN 978-90-481-3500-4 [Print], 978-90-4813501-1 [Online]. DOI 10.1007/978-90-481-3501-1The demands of globalization,...
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School Leadership: Opportunities for Comparative Inquiry
In 2013, we sent out a call inviting colleagues in the field of Education Leadership to contribute to a special issue of the journal of Canadian and International Education. The decision to focus on School Leadership: Opportunities for Comparative Inquiry...
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Learning from School Leadership in Chile/Apprendre Du Leadership éDucationnel Au Chili
In the current educational policy environment, school leadership is perceived as the remedy to a wide range of educational problems; correspondingly, scrutiny of school leaders' work is increasing. Because among in-school factors "leadership is second...
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Indigenous Urban School Leadership (IUSL): A Critical Cross-Cultural Comparative Analysis of Educational Leaders in New Zealand and the United States/ Leadership Autochtone, Urbain et Scolaire (LAUS): Une Analyse Critique, Cross-Culturelle et Comparative Des Leaders éDucatifs En Nouvelle Zélande et Aux ÉTats-Unis
Wanted: Innovations in Educational LeadershipAcademic achievement gaps are the contemporary schooling educational pandemic of this age. These gaps form deep chasms separating children from impoverished backgrounds, who may also be students of colour...
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Expectations for the Preparation of School Principals in Three Jurisdictions: Sweden, Ontario and Texas/Attentes Concernant la Préparation Des Directeurs D'écoles Dans Trois Juridictions: La Suède, l'Ontario et le Texas
School principals play an important role in the lives of students. Along with teachers, principals can promote educational change, reform, and improvement (Leithwood, Louis, Anderson, Wahlstrom, & Mascall, 2009). However, efforts to take what works...
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Educational Leadership in a Fragile State: Insights from Haiti/Leadership ÉDucationnel Dans Un éTat Fragile : Aperçus d'Haïti
One of the challenges of supporting educational leadership capacity-building in fragile states is the propensity to replicate policy and practice from the developed world. Teacher performance appraisal, curriculum priorities, and standardized assessment...
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Cross-Cultural Comparative Educational Leadership and Management: Aligning the elements/Le Leadership éDucatif, Cross-Culturel et Comparatif, et la Gestion: Alignement Des éLéments
Over the last twenty years, research into school leadership has taken on a more international flavour. Before 2000, what passed as a 'global literature' in the area flowed mainly from North America, supplemented by work from Australia, the United Kingdom...
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South African Female Principalship Examined through an Intersectional Lens/Directrices D'école et Pouvoir Des Femmes Sud-Africaines Examinés À Travers Une Lentille Inter-Sectionnelle
"Tsa etwa key a tshadi pele di wela leopeng" (~anonymous)"If a leader is a woman, disaster is bound to happen."IntroductionScholars (e.g., Blackmore, Thomson, & Barty, 2006) cite examples of gender bias among female leaders in Western schools; however,...
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Advisory Groups and Multi-National, Multi-Layered Research Design: Strategies for Studying Generation X School Leaders in London, New York City and Toronto/Groupes Consultatifs et Conception De Recherche Multi-Nationale et Multi-Couche: Stratégies Visant À éTudier la Génération X Des Leaders Scolaires À Londres, New York et Toronto
Governments appear to be increasingly intrigued and in some cases driven by the student achievement results generated by comparative international testing programmes including TIMMS1, PISA2 and PIRLS3. Bray (2005) explains the motivation behind these...
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Vol. 41, No. 2, September

Commentary/Commentaire
As China was reforming and developing its economy over the past 30 plus years, it also managed to popularize nine-years of basic education, and it plans to have most students attend senior secondary school by the decade's end. Yet, it cannot hope to...
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Globalization, Market Economy and Social Inequality in China: Exploring the Experience of Migrant Teachers/Globalisation, éConomie De Marché et Inégalités Sociales En Chine: Comprendre Les Expériences Des Professeurs Migrants
AbstractThis study explores the experience of migrant teachers in China. In particular, it examines how China's market economy has impacted the status and living and working conditions of migrant teachers. The study adopts a case study approach, drawing...
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The Impact of New National Curricular Reform on Teachers/L'impact De la Réforme Du Nouveau Curriculum National Chez Les Professeurs
AbstractChina, the developing country with the largest and oldest public education system, is transforming its education system through a nation-wide curriculum reform. This large-scale curriculum change signifies China's complex and multi-dimensional...
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Teaching English for Economic Competiveness: Emerging Issues and Challenges in English Education in China/Enseignement De L'anglais, Une Question De Compétitivité éConomique: Problèmes éMergents et Défis Pour L'enseignement De L'anglais En Chine
AbstractUnder China's market economy, English language learning has been adopted as a strategy to promote the nation's economic competitiveness in a global economy. This development reflects a discourse of linguistic instrumentalism. Based upon individual...
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Headmasters Become Noblemen: Mainland Chinese Teachers' Perspectives on Changes in Education under the Socialist Market Economy/Les Directeurs D'école Deviennent Nobles: Les Perspectives De Professeurs De la Chine Continentale Face Aux Changements éDucatifs Sous L'ère De L'économie De Marché
AbstractIn this article I report findings of research into the lives and work of Mainland Chinese teachers of English in a broader context characterized by market economic reform. I draw on transcriptions of group interviews to describe and discuss teachers'...
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Teaching in Northwestern China under a Neoliberal Market Economy: Opportunities and Challenges/Enseigner Dans Une éConomie De Marché, Au Nord Ouest De la Chine: Opportunités et Défis
AbstractThis study explores teachers' perspectives on the impacts of the market economy on their working and living conditions in Northwest China. Findings reveal that the participants believed that they had benefited from the market economy such as...
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Disparities between Urban and Rural Teachers under China's Market Economy: A Case Study of Hunan Province/Inégalités Entre Professeurs Ruraux et Urbains Sous L'ère De L'économie De Marché Chinoise: Une éTude De Cas De la Province De Hunan
AbstractThe purpose of this article is to investigate the working and living conditions of teachers under China's market economy, with a focus on urban and rural schools disparities. This paper is a case study of teachers in Hunan province, representing...
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Vol. 41, No. 3, 2012

Dedication of This Special Issue of Canadian and International Education to Joe Farrell
Dedication of this Special Issue of Canadian and International Education to Joe FarrellDecember, 2012Joe's life and work was multidimensional: he was not just a world class scholar and leader of comparative and international education, and a mentor for...
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Exploiting Globalization While Being Exploited by It: Insights from Post-Soviet Education Reforms in Central Asia/Exploiter la Globalisation Tout En éTant Exploité Par Cette Dernière: Un Aperçu Des Réformes éDucatives Post Soviétiques En Asie Centrale
AbstractBuilding on an examination of comparative and international literature and their research and development experiences, the authors highlight a number of continuities, changes, and issues between Soviet and post-Soviet, international and Central...
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North-South International Education Partnerships: Two Canadian Projects with Tanzania/Partenariat éDucatif International Nord-Sud: Deux Projets Canadiens Avec la Tanzanie
AbstractThe following is a review of two Canadian-Tanzanian international partnerships working in Tanzania within the education sector. Project TEMBO (Tanzania Education and Micro-Business Opportunity) supports the development of formal and non-formal...
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The Role of Language in Processes of Internationalization in Two Diverse Contexts in Ontario: Considering Multiple Voices from within and outside/Le Rôle De la Langue Dans Les Processus D'internationalisation: Prendre En Considération Les Voix Multiples De L'intérieur et De L'extérieur De Deux Contextes éDucatifs En Ontario
Abstract: This multi-authored paper considers the role of language and linguistic heterogeneity in relation to larger discourses and processes of internationalization and globalization in Canadian higher education by examining linguistic practices as...
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Re-Conceiving International Education: Theorizing Limits and Possibilities for Transcultural Learning/Refaçonner L'éducation Internationale: Théoriser Les Limites et Les Possibilités De L'apprentissage Transculturel
AbstractThis multi-voiced paper explores the micro-level dimensions of human learning and becoming from transcultural encounters, lessons and/or curriculum under heightened transnationalism. It posits that mainstream approaches to conceptualizing the...
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Commentary: Cultivating a Defiant Global Research Imagination in International Education
Developing a 'defiant research imagination' (Kenway and Fahey, 2006) is necessary in all educational research. Do the papers in this special issue, individually and collectively, exhibit a 'defiant research imagination'? To what extent and how?I believe...
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Book Review - Educating Children in Conflict Zones: Research, Policy and Practice for Systemic Change. A Tribute to Jackie Kirk
Book Review - Educating children in conflict zones: Research, policy and practice for systemic change. A tribute to Jackie KirkEducating Children in Conflict Zones: Research, Policy and Practice for Systemic Change: A Tribute to Jackie Kirk. Edited by...
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Book Review: Life at the Intersection: Community, Class and Schooling
Book Review: Life at the Intersection: Community, Class and SchoolingLife at the Intersection: Community, Class and Schooling by Carl E. James. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Fernwood. Reviewed by Paul Orlowski, University of SaskatchewanWith Life at the Intersection,...
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