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Grading in East Asia: An examination of government policies
Grading is a complex decision-making process that teachers engage in their daily instruction, as informed by policy. In North American contexts, the policies stipulate that a grade should be an indicator of students’ ...
Research Impact Responsibilities: Policy Alternatives for Canada
How research evidence comes to have impacts in academic and nonacademic arenas is increasingly becoming a focal point in scholarly discourse across scholarly disciplines and jurisdictional boundaries. However, despite the ...
Marginal voices: Indigenous and racialized dialogue in education
The positioning of marginal identities (Indigenous and racialized students) in settler-colonial state education is such that solidarity and ‘allyship as resistance’ is silenced. The paper will provide an antiracist framework ...