Call for Papers
Location, Accommodation and Direction
The theme of ISHCE 30: Education and Inequality: Historical Approaches to Schooling and Social Stratification will allow for papers that examine education and inequality from the 19th century to the present from both comparative, international and national perspectives. Proposals are invited that examine national and local case studies, and comparative and cross cultural comparisons that focus on a number of sub themes:
- The role of education in reducing or reproducing social inequality during specific historical periods.
- The development of educational reforms and policies that have been designed to reduce educational achievement gaps and reduce social inequality.
- The politics of education during different historical periods over the reduction of educational inequalities.
- The effects of globalization on the historical development of educational systems and their effects on educational and social inequalities.
- The historical effects of schooling on different groups, including race, social class, gender, and ethnicity.
- The development of opportunity and access in K-12 and higher education for different groups, including race, social class, gender and ethnicity.
- The role of teachers and administrators in providing or limiting access and opportunity for different groups, including race, social class, gender and ethnicity.
- The development of curriculum and pedagogic practices to reduce educational inequalities, including teaching practices, curriculum development, professional development, and other practices.