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SCIREA Journal of Education — Open Access Journal

SCIREA Journal of Education is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

Open Access free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.

High visibility: Indexed in the Google Scholar and other databases.

Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 5 days.

Recognition of reviewers: reviewers who provide timely, thorough peer-review reports receive vouchers entitling them to a discount on the APC of their next publication in any SCIREA journal, in appreciation of the work done.

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Yu Liao
Abstract: 70 years after the founding of the People's Republic of China, China's education has undergone tremendous changes. After a long period of efforts, China's overall development level of the basic education ranks among the top in the world. With the implementation of the 14th five-year plan for China's National Economic and So [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (178 K)   June 21, 2021     7 Downloads    167 Views
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Mashudi, Aminiyati, Riama Al Hidayah, Erwin sutandar
Abstract: The research objective was to analyze the influence of socio-economic status, economic rationality on the learning outcomes of students
The socioeconomic status of the parents of students is very large in determining the learning outcomes of students. The economic rationality of students will affect the acquisition of l [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (206 K)   April 26, 2021     36 Downloads    223 Views
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Karlin Burks, Nicole Austin, Kimberly Fitchett-Bazemore
Abstract: As COVID-19 ravages our country and devastates our K12 Education system, the crisis has highlighted the need for teachers to be educated in the art of advocacy as a necessary skill for reforming the teaching profession (Brown, 2008). Despite the necessity of teachers to possess practical advocacy skills to advocate for them [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (161 K)   April 4, 2021     47 Downloads    353 Views
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Gulnar Orynbek, Xu Hui, Kalibekuly Tolkyn, Endale Fantahun Tadesee, Sabika Khalid
Abstract: This study was examined the relationship between faculty leaders’ leadership style and faculty teachers’ job satisfaction at two public universities in Kazakhstan (L.N.Gomylov Eurasian National University, Kazakh Women Teacher Training University). One hundred twenty-four academic staff participated the research (117 teache [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (318 K)   April 4, 2021     61 Downloads    390 Views
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Mohammed H. Abdulla, Elizabeth Brint, Mark G. Rae
Abstract: Background: The continuing COVID-19 crisis of 2020 demanded a sudden and massive shift within academia from face-to-face learning to online and remote learning for both teaching and assessment.
Methods: Herein, we describe our own experience of this transition and, more specifically, of using the web-base [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (573 K)   January 31, 2021     80 Downloads    526 Views
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Steven Michael Brown
Abstract: 65 years after the implementation of the Brown v Board of Education landmark U.S. Supreme Court case decision on May 17, 1954, we once again have in the United States a large number of public schools that are racially segregated. The primary source of such resegregation is not because of judicial rulings, but is produced p [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (237 K)   January 31, 2021     91 Downloads    522 Views
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Magnus O. Bassey
Abstract: Over the past twenty-five years, there have been considerable demographic shifts in public school populations in the United States particularly in urban schools and in some of the largest states in America. As the school populations become more diverse, they pose serious challenges for teachers because of the academic and d [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (195 K)   December 27, 2020     131 Downloads    619 Views
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Eustard R. TIBATEGEZA, Miriam M. ZIMBA
Abstract: This paper focuses on Communicative Approach strategies used by teachers in teaching English in secondary schools, and the challenges teachers and students face in using such strategies in classes. Data collection was done in four government secondary schools within Mzuzu City in Malawi. Data were collected by using questio [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (292 K)   December 3, 2020     118 Downloads    856 Views