by Li-Ching Ho
Drawing on interviews with 24 social studies teachers in Singapore, this study interrogates the concept of harmony, investigates the implications of the state incorporating this concept as an educational goal for the public education system, and examines the affordances and constraints of harmony as an educational goal.
by Wouter Schenke, Jan van Driel, Femke P. Geijsel & Monique L. L. Volman
In this article, the authors examine the learning of school leaders, teachers, and researchers through boundary crossing in research and development projects in schools in relation to types of cross-professional collaboration.
Education researcher Ebony O. McGee discusses her co-authored article “I Know I Have to Work Twice as Hard and Hope That Makes Me Good Enough”: Exploring the Stress and Strain of Black Doctoral Students in Engineering and Computing. Watch and discuss this episode on Vialogues.
by Robert O. Slater
The author of this commentary applies John Rawls' principles of justice to K-12 education policy.
by Gary Natriello
TCR announces the end of the current editors' term.