Volume 21 Number 2 – Sep 2023

Dave Hill 
Marxist Critical Policy Analysis (MCPA) of Education Policy as opposed to Traditional Policy Analysis (TPA) and Critical Policy Analysis (CPA): What it is and What it does, Why and in Whose interests

Patricia McGrath 
Examining Social Justice, Inclusion and the Experiences of Low-income students in Ireland, through the lens of Nancy Fraser

Kyoung-oh Song
Bo-Young Kwon
Re-thinking Democracy of Higher Education in South Korea: Challenges and Prospects

Oliver McGarr
Educational inequality and the reproductive nature of schooling in Irish second-level education: exploring the influence of the wider political context

Darren Cogavin 
The Lancaster University Teach-Outs: Experiments in Radical Pedagogies and Reimagining the University

Jane Booth 
Desperate for Social Innovation: The case for the community-based University

Gunjan Sharma
Sunita Singh
Locating Children’s Right to Education in India’s National Education Policy 2020

Maria Menegaki
Education for a Segregated Society? An Ethnographic Approach to Educational Change in Catalonia

Volume 21 Number 1 – Apr 2023

Manolis Dafermos  
The neoliberal transformation of university and restructuring of academic labour

Hakkı Toy 
Academics as Interpellated: A hermeneutic study of the limits of academic identity

Alexandra Szarka 
How did vocational students become an economic interest? Media representation of Hungarian VET

Nji Clement Bang
Henry Asei Kum
Reforming Education through the Lenses of Competence-based Education: A Marxist critique

Heidi T. Katz
E. O. Acquah
Tackling racial equity in U.S. schools: A critical policy analysis of enacted state legislation (2020-2022)

Yael Cohen-Azaria
Sara Zamir
Through Israeli-Arab students’ perspective: The choice and influence of higher education studies in Education at a Jewish college

Monika Merket
‘Pedagogic Schizoid Identity’: A Comparative Analysis of Policy in an Integrated Teacher Education Program in Norway and OECD Policy

Laurence Piper
Karl Dahlquist
Fredrik Sunnemark
Learning for utopia: from banal to critical Work-Integrated Learning (WIL)

Fahriye Hayırsever 
Gender representation in children’s programming on Turkish television: A public, private mass media analysis of the popular cartoon, Pepee

Chris Holligan 
Educational Research Governance Politics: A critical discourse analysis of policy

Eda Yılmaz
Turkish Public Higher Education and Its Problems Under the Neoliberal Depredation