01 May 2019

European Education Volume 51, 2019 - Issue 2


ARTICLES 

Setting New Standards for Homo Academicus: Entreprenurial University Graduates on the EU Agenda
Hanna Laalo, Heikki Kinnari & Heikki Silvennoinen

"Children Who Speak in Their Parents' Clichés": Exploring the Broader Social Relationship Between Cultural Practices and Teacher Identity in Lithuanian Holocaust Education
Christine Beresiova 

Foreign-Born Adults' Participation in Educational Activities: Evidence from Europe
Ellen Boeren

Exploring the Relationship of Home Country Government Reforms and the Choices of International Higher Education Scholarship Program Participants
Anne C. Campbell

02 January 2019

European Education Volume 51, 2019 - Issue 1

ARTICLES 
Competence-Based Vocational Education and Training and Its Cultural Context Sensitivity
Carmen Baumeler
Teachers’ Attitudes Toward Multiculturalism in Relation to General and Diversity-Related Burnout Anneke Dubbeld, Natascha de Hoog, Perry den Brok & Maarten de Laat 
DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2017.1401435 

Horizontal Differentiation Matters: Moderating Influence of the Type of Upper Secondary Education on Students’ TransitionsPepka Boyadjieva  & Petya Ilieva-Trichkova 
Perception of Faculty of the Bologna Process at a Spanish Technical University: A Perspective of Change and ImprovementPaz Kindelan, Esperanza Ayuga-Téllez, Deborah Martin & Mercedes Valiente
DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1474715 

PISA Country Rankings for Italy and Spain: Revised Results 
James McIntosh
DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1530060 


BOOK REVIEWS 
Ann Taylor Allen (2017), the Transatlantic Kindergarten: Education and Women’s Movements in Germany and the United States (New York, USA: Oxford University Press, 2017, 292 pp.)Benita Blessing
Childhood and Schooling in (Post)Socialist Societies: Memories of Everyday LifeSimona Szakács


04 June 2018

European Education Volume 50, 2018 - Issue 4

ARTICLES 

Teachers’ Identity in Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools in Kazakhstan.

What Happens to Policies When Assuming Institutions? A Short 
Story About Romania’s Never-Ending Educational Reform.

Fears and Difficulties Experienced by Ukrainian Nationals During Their Period of Study in Poland.
Sławomir Rębisz & Paweł Grygiel

Educational Flagships as Brokers in International Policy Transfer: Learning from the Experience of Kazakhstan. Aliya Kuzhabekova, Arailym Soltanbekova & Ainur Almukhambetova

Language Education for Romani Children: Human Rights and Capabilities Approaches
William New & Hristo Kyuchukov

BOOK REVIEWS 
Holocaust Education in Lithuania: Community, Conflict, and the Making of Civil Society, Christine Beresniova, ed. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2017.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1490605 

Esbozo de una Obra sobre Educacion Comparada y Series de 
Preguntas sobre Educacion, edited by Marc-Antoine Jullien de 
Paris. Editor and translator: Luis M. Naya Garmendia. 
Delta Publicaciones, 2017.
Yver Melchor
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1490606






24 May 2018

European Education Volume 50, 2018 - Issue 3


INTRODUCTION
A Quarter Century of Reforms in Post-Soviet Education: 
The Effects on University Faculty.
A. S. CohenMiller & Aliya Kuzhabekova
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10564934.2018.1492782 

ARTICLES 

Organizational Socialization and Job Satisfaction of Faculty at Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan.
Darkhan Bilyalov

Faculty Challenges and Barriers for Research and Publication in Tajik Higher Education.
Zumrad Kataeva & Alan J. DeYoung

Raising Research Productivity in a Post-Soviet Higher Education System:A Case From Central Asia.
Aliya Kuzhabekova & Alan Ruby

Career Aspirations of Young Academics in Russia.
Natalia Karmaeva