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Education is a highly active field. From teacher retention strategies to early childhood development, the study of education features a range of disciplines including psychology, sociology, history, economics, philosophy, anthropology, and political science. The multidisciplinary nature of education makes it challenging to stay informed regarding applicable areas. Moreover, much of the relevant scholarship has moved online with the most recent scholarship, research, and statistics appearing in online databases. Thus, there are consistently new discoveries, new interpretations, and new theoretical concepts to take into account. With Oxford Bibliographies in Education, students and scholars now have a reliable, selective, and authoritative guide to the best literature in the field.
This page, curated by Oxford Bibliographies area editor for education Susan Faircloth, features a select group of annotated bibliographies addressing key topics in the field of Native American Studies, a term which is used here to include a broad range of disciplines that specifically explore the histories, cultures, languages, lifeways, and sociocultural and political experiences and representations of American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and other Indigenous peoples of the Americas. The content of this page will evolve over time as new and more relevant scholarship is published. Bibliographies authored by Indigenous peoples are highly encouraged. Read More.
Recent topics selected for the National High School Level Speech and Debate Tournaments are covered by many of the entries in Oxford Bibliographies. We invite students of debate and forensic speech to explore a select group of articles that can serve as a springboard into each issue. Read More
Editor in Chief
Anne Hynds is an experienced educator and researcher with a passion for achieving equity and excellence in educational outcomes for diverse groups of learners. Her work builds on national and international studies that investigate collaborative processes needed to develop relational trust and evaluative thinking for cohesive and innovative learning communities. She is a Senior Researcher for IHI Research and Development in New Zealand. She previously worked as an Associate Professor for the Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Auckland. During her time at Auckland she co-directed the Expert Partner programme for Kāhui Ako / Communities of Learning for the Ministry of Education and was the Director of Research for the Starpath Project for Tertiary Participation and Success (2014-2016). As a Senior Lecturer working at Victoria University of Wellington (VUW) she led the National Evaluation of He Kākano: Culturally responsive leadership in secondary schools and worked on the National Evaluation of Te Kotahitanga. She has published widely and worked with New Zealand and international scholars and diverse community members on issues related to her field of expertise.
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Continuous Improvement in Education
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