Achieving equity in access to education with complexity of international challenges
Dr. Tamaro J. Green
2021-05-07 01:29:54 viewed: 51
Achieving equity in access to educational institutions may validate and improve scientific research systems. Fasih, Patrinos, and Shafiq (2021) promote the concept of equity in education. The pandemic may have had an impact on graduates and post-graduate opportunities, furthering the need for research in this area. Fasih et al. (2021) suggest further research on the impact of the pandemic on employment and income by level of education and occupational status.
Complex issues such as political violence, domestic violence, climate change, migration, and health all have the potential for influencing educational outcomes. Yonfa, Fasol, Cueva, and Zavgorodniaya (2020) propose further research in studying continuation of intimate partner violence after immigration to escape political violence. With changing educational systems, meeting the demands of challenges in higher education, equity in access may provide higher quality scientific research in this area. Skewed opportunities in education and research have the potential for skewing research itself. MacCormack, Sider, Maich, and Specht (2021) discuss pedagogical diversity from an administrative perspective. Schulte, Anttila, Sunday, Smith, and Gray (2021) clarify critical research terms and make recommendations for modified terminology.
Fasih, T., Patrinos, H. A., & Shafiq, M. N. (2021). Economic crises and private rates of returns to university education: A conceptual framework, stylized facts from three middle-income countries, and COVID-19 implications. Current Issues in Comparative Education (CICE), 23(1), 3-14.
MacCormack, J. W. H., Sider, S., Maich, K., & Specht, J. A. (2021). Self-determination and inclusion: The role of Canadian principals in catalysing inclusive-positive practices. Journal of Education Policy & Leadership, 17(2).
Schulte, C. M., Anttila, E., Sunday, K., Smith, T., & Gray, C. (2021). Arts integration and 21st century skills: A study of learners and teachers. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 22(2).
Yonfa, E. D. A., Fasol, M., Cueva, C. M., & Zavgorodniaya, A. C. (2020). Intimate partner violence: A literature review. The Open Psychology Journal, 14, 11-16.
Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services. TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology. Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.
TJG News Editorials are opinion pieces and do not necessarily express the opinion of TJG News. To publish editorial pieces in TJG News send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.