Journal of International Cooperation in Education: Volume 25 Issue 2 , Open Access


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How did local wisdom and practice make schools thrive during the pandemic? Evidence from a positive deviance study in rural Uganda

Julius Atuhurra, Yoonjung Kim-Hines, Mikiko Nishimura

This research explores the impact of the locally grown strategies for learning support, as a positive deviance (PD) study, during the COVID-19 pandemic in rural Uganda.

How did the outcome of international cooperation in school-based management help schools respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in Nepal?

Yoko Ishida, Bhim Kumar Shrestha, Uma Thapa, Khagendra Subba

This study aims to determine how school-based management (SBM) capacity developed through international cooperation functioned to overcome challenges during the coronavirus…

Birth and evolution of “social studies” in Myanmar: dramatic changes in contents and approaches

Yoshitaka Tanaka

This research clarifies the birth and evolution of “Social Study” in Myanmar through analyzing the differences of contents and approaches between “Social Studies” under the…

Sudan's brain gain: what motivates the intention of skilled Sudanese in Japan to return and contribute to their home country

Chiemi Kurokawa

This paper examines the drivers of brain gain by investigating the motivations of migrants who plan to return and contribute to their home country. It focuses on highly skilled…

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  • Professor Tatsuya Kusakabe
  • Dr Nozomi Sakata
  • Dr Takamichi Asakura