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Is the customer always right? An examination of neoliberal ideology and its influence on parent-teacher interactions
This study explores how treating education as a private commodity may affect parent-teacher relationships, including the ways that parents perceive they are treated. The effects of neoliberal ideology on education transform ...
"So That Everybody Starts at the Same Line": Exploring International English Language Learners’ Perceptions of Learning English and Studying in Canadian Universities
The myriad voices of international English language learners, who must enrol in an English language program before beginning their academic programs, are frequently left out of conversations about Canada's current efforts ...
Rethinking modern languages and cultures instruction as decolonizing pedagogy
The purpose of this study was to explore secondary modern languages teachers' beliefs about language and their cultural identities, and how these beliefs were embodied in their programs and pedagogical practices. The study ...