Intercultural Education (Special Theoretical Issue) (Vol. 19, No. 6, Dec 2008) -6 May 2010

*Periodical journal with scholarly articles, including: "Theoretical reflections on intercultural education" "Civilizational knowledge, interculturalism and citizenship education" "Intercultural education in Europe: epistemological and semantic aspects" "Intercultural education and intercultural learning in Austria--critical reflections on theory and practice" "On metaphors, everyday diversity and intercultural education" "Good intentions are not enough: a decolonizing intercultural education" "Multicultural education in the United States: reflections" "Constructing intercultural education" "Forum Syd Balkan Project. Best Practice. PRONI/FSBP education model university course: leadership and development community youth work"

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 17, No. 4, Oct 2006) -6 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on the recast of multicultural teachign practicum, impact of the poltical context on dicourse characteristics in Jewish-Arab encounters in Israel, conservative christian teachers on possible consequences for lesbian, gay and bisexual youth, educating for difference in a ROmany community in spain, Teacher understanding of cultural difference, intercultural communication, system theory approach to interfaith dialogue

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 17, No. 3, Aug 2006) -6 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on intercultural education on theory and practice; promoting an endogenous approach to education at the local community level; instrumental relationships and high expectations on exploring cirtical care in two Latino community-based schools; cultural constructivism and the confluence of cognition, knowledge creation, multiculturalism and teaching

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Intercultural Education (Special Immigrant Issue) (Vol. 19, No. 2, Oct 2008) -6 May 2010

*Periodical journal with scholarly articles, including: "Immigrant access to education: a comparative perspective" "Access to education and equity in plural societies" "Transnational schooling and the new immigrants: developing dual identities in the United States" "Discrimination and good practice activities in education: trends and developments in the 27 EU Member States" "The children of guest workers: comparative analysis of scholastic achievement of pupils of Turkish origin throughout Europe" "Territories of integration: the children of immigrants in the schools of the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon" "Chilren of immigrants in Trento: educational achievement through the lens of friendship" "Educating immigrant children in a 'newcomer' immigration country. A case study" "Good practices addressing school integration of Roma/Gypsy children in Hungary"

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Intercultural Education (Vol. 17, No. 2, May 2006) -6 May 2010

*Scholarly journal with articles on Ogbu and the debate on educational achievement, John Ogbu and minority education in Japan, complicity with conservatism and the de-politicizing of multicultural and intercultural education, aspects of intercultural communication in international training programs for educators, transcending the majority rights and minority protectio dichotomy through multicultural reflective citizenship in the African Great Lakes region, Cultural cross-currents in second language literacy education, book history and ideological hierarchies

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Towards a Culture of Prevention: Disaster Risk Reduction Begins at School -7 May 2010

*Good Practices and Lessons Learned 1007 *Includes sections on raising awareness within schools, increasing prevention, and securing school buildings *Includes case studies from Armenia, Bangladesh, Cape Verde, Grenada, Indonesia, Mali, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Kingdom, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, France, India, Iran, Jamaica, Madagascar, Peru, Phillipines, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, United States, Vietnam, Japan, Nepal, and Central America

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The Moral Compass -10 May 2010

*Offers many examples of good and bad, right and wrong, in great works from literature and in exemplary stories from history *Organized by the stages along life's journey, moving from the first character lessons taught in home, which shape the way chidlren see life, to the countless choices that call the virtues into play as they grow older

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