This exciting new issue of JEiE includes five research articles, one field note, and four book reviews. It features a diverse cohort of authors who employ a wide range of methodologies and disciplinary approaches. Three pieces shine new light on refugees’ experiences with education in kindergarten, in adolescence, and in higher education. A special sub-section on education administration in postconflict societies offers three articles that comment on reforms to education systems that are embedded in intrastate peace agreements, on policy transfer, and on the complex interrelationship between identity, ethnicity, and control over territory, and over education within a territory.
EiE RESEARCH ARTICLES
Fifi the Punishing Cat and Other Civic Lessons from a Lebanese Public Kindergarten School Thea Renda Abu El-Haj, Garene Kaloustian, Sally Wesley Bonet, and Samira Chatila
Pathways to Resilience in Risk-Laden Environments: A Case Study of Syrian Refugee Education in Lebanon Oula Abu-Amsha and Jill Armstrong
Special Sub-section on Education Administration in Postconflict Societies: Challenges and Opportunities
Mapping the Relationship between Education Reform and Power-Sharing in and after Intrastate Peace Agreements: A Multi-Methods Study Giuditta Fontana
Developing Social Cohesion through Schools in Northern Ireland and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: A Study of Policy Transfer Rebecca Loader, Joanne Hughes, Violeta Petroska-Beshka, and Ana Tomovska Misoska
The Politics of Education in Iraq: The Influence of Territorial Dispute and Ethno-Politics on Schooling in Kirkuk Kelsey Shanks
EIE FIELD NOTE
The Borderless Higher Education for Refugees Project: Enabling Refugee and Local Kenyan Students in Dadaab to Transition to University Education Wenona Giles
(Re)Constructing Memory: Education, Identity, and Conflict edited by Michelle J. Bellino and James H. Williams Emily Dunlop
Child Migration and Human Rights in a Global Age by Jacqueline Bhabha Jordan Naidoo
Transitional Justice and Education: Learning Peace edited by Clara Ramírez-Barat and Roger Duthie Tina Robiolle
8Youth in Postwar Guatemala: Education and Civic Identity in Transition* by Michelle J. Bellino Diana Rodríguez-Gómez
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