Alberta Journal of Educational Research

The Alberta Journal of Educational Research (AJER) is a quarterly journal, published in Canada, devoted to the dissemination, criticism, interpretation, and encouragement of all forms of systematic enquiry into education and fields related to or associated with education.

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Vol 61, No 4 (2015): Winter: (Theme Issue)

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Inclusion and Education Rights of Roma Children Theme Issue

Published on-line:18 May 2016
Guest Editors: Anna Kirova, Lori Thorlakson

Table of Contents

Editorial

Issue 61.4 Front Matter
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Issue 61.4 Table of Contents
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Introduction

Anna Kirova, Lori Thorlakson
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371-380

ARTICLES

Anna Kirova, Larry Prochner
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381-398
Mathias Urban
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399-416
Andrew Richard Ryder
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417-431
Veselina Lambrev
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432-448
Vicki Macris
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449-464
Melanie H. Ram
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465-483
Nicole VT Lugosi
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484-502

BOOK REVIEWS

Official Knowledge: Democratic Education in a Conservative Age, Third Edition (2014) by Michael W. Apple
Mark Jay Oromaner
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503-506
Mere Equals: The Paradox of Educated Women in the Early Republic (2012) by Lucia McMahon
Daniel Cade Allen
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507-510
Knowledge, Politics and the History of Education (2012) Jesper Ekhardt Larsen, editor
Francesco Obinu
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511-514
Uncivil Rights: Teachers, Unions, and Race in the Battle for School Equity (2012) by Jonna Perrillo
Virginia Loh-Hagan
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515-517
Teaching in Blended Learning Environments: Creating and Sustaining Communities of Inquiry (2013) by Norman D. Vaughn, Martha Cleveland-Innes, and D. Randy Garrison
Gregg Michael French
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518-520