Friday, March 27, 2009

New JRIE is Out

In case you don't frequently check the blogroll down the right side of this page, the April 2009 issue of the Journal of Research in International Education is out this week (subscription required). A rundown of the contents:
  • Glenn Odland and Mary Ruzicka, “An investigation into teacher turnover in international schools.” 
  • Éanna O’Boyle, “Whispers from within: Students’ perceptions of the first year of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme in an international school.” 
  • Genaro Castro-Vázquez: “Immigrant children from Latin America at Japanese schools: Homogeneity, ethnicity, gender and language in education.”
  • James MacDonald: “Balancing priorities and measuring success: A triple bottom line framework for international school leaders.” 
  • Steven Carber: “What will characterize international education in US public schools?” 
  • Book Review: Equal Rights to the Curriculum: Many Languages, One Message by Eithne Gallagher.
  • Book Review: Academic Achievement — The Case of Hong Kong by Jennifer Jun-Li Chen 
  • Book Review: Double-shift Schooling: Design and Operation for Cost-effectiveness (3rd edition) by Mark Bray.
  • Book Review: Education and Training in Europe by G. Brunello, P. Garibaldi and E. Wasmer.

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