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IJREE – International Journal for Research on Extended Education
2-2020: Extended Education at College and its Outcomes

Sang Hoon Bae: Editor’s Preface

Special Section
Steve R. Entrich / Sang Hoon Bae: Extended Education at College and its Outcomes: An Introduction
Steve R. Entrich / Soo-yong Byun: Supplementary Education at College and Its Consequences for Individuals’ Labor Market Outcomes in the United States
Jae-Eun Jon / Heeyun Kim / Soo-yong Byun: Friends Matter: The Relationship Between Korean International Students’ Friendship Networks and Study Abroad Outcomes
Nidhi S. Sabharwal: Extended Education at College in India: Advancing Equity Through the Extension of Public Academic Support Programmes for Students from the Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Groups

General Contributions
Marie Fahlén: The Educational Practice of School-Age Educare Teachers Teaching Visual Art in Swedish Primary Schools
Fuyuko Kanefuji: Concepts and Challenges of Afterschool Program Quality in Japan
Olivia Fischer / James Loparics: Specialised Professional Training Makes a Difference! The Importance and Prestige of Typical Duties in All-Day Schools from the Perspective of Teachers, Leisure Educators, Principals and Coordinators of Extended Education
Andrey Khojeev: Teachers as Private Tutors: Understanding Dual Professional Identities of Six Faculty Members from Uzbekistan University

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8. Jahrgang 2020

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2

Date of publication

18.10.2021

Scope

140

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Englisch

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17 x 24 cm

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https://doi.org/10.3224/ijree.v8i2

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Autor*innen

Steve R. Entrich
Sang Hoon Bae
Soo-yong Byun
Nidhi S. Sabharwal
Marie Fahlén
Fuyuko Kanefuji
Olivia Fischer
James Loparics
Andrey Khojeev

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academic support programmes, Afterschool program, all-day schools, caste, extended ecucation, friendship, higher education, India, instructional features, international student, intrapersonal identity network approach, labor market outcomes, leisure education, occupational prestige, policy enactment, Professional identity, qualitative inquiry, school-age educare, Shadow education, social inequality, socially and economically disadvantaged groups (SEDGs), South Korea, specialised training, study abroad outcome, Supplementary Education, supplementary instruction, teacher identity, Uzbekistan, visual art education

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Supplementary Education at College and Its Consequences for Individuals’ Labor Market Outcomes in the United States (Steve R. Entrich, Soo-yong Byun)
The current study seeks to expand our knowledge on extended education and its potential contribution to social inequality by examining socioeconomic disparities in supplementary education (SE) at college and its impact on labor market outcomes. Using data from the United States Education Longitudinal Study, logistic and linear regressions deliver the following main findings: (1) Socioeconomic status (SES) significantly affects SE participation, net of other factors. (2) With higher involvement in SE activities, neither employment nor income prospects significantly increase. (3) Low SES graduates are slightly more likely to benefit from SE than high SES graduates. (4) Among high-impact SE practices, only internships exert a positive effect on labor market outcomes. Keywords: Supplementary education, social inequality, higher education, labor market outcomes
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Friends Matter: The Relationship Between Korean International Students’ Friendship Networks and Study Abroad Outcomes (Jae-Eun Jon, Heeyun Kim, and Soo-yong Byun)
This study examined the determinants of international students’ interactions with different friendship networks and the relationships of these interactions with study abroad outcomes, using data from 482 Korean college students who had participated in international student exchange programs. The results showed that students’ participation in extracurricular and off-campus activities while studying abroad was significantly related to their interactions with local and other international students. The results also showed that students’ interactions with co-national, local, and other international students while studying abroad were positively associated with their intercultural competence, personal development, and career development, even after controlling for other variables. We discuss the policy implications of these findings beyond the Korean context. Keywords: Study abroad outcome, international student, friendship, South Korea
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Extended Education at College in India: Advancing Equity Through the Extension of Public Academic Support Programmes for Students from the Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Groups (Nidhi S. Sabharwal)
The paper seeks to expand our knowledge on the importance of public academic support programmes (ASPs) in higher education (HE) in India, which extend supplementary instruction with the aim to improve academic performance and support academic efforts of students from the socially and economically disadvantaged groups (SEDGs). This paper shows that students from the most disadvantaged amongst the SEDGs, that is, those residing in rural areas and women who experience multiple barriers that compound the effects of their disadvantages, have taken advantage of supplementary instruction classes. These classes have allowed HEIs to account for students’ academic needs and challenges related to their socioeconomic disadvantages, that remain unmet in regular classrooms. By targeting educational resources to students who are most disadvantaged, these programmes compensate for the absence of parental support and recognises the underlying socio-economic obstacles of students from achieving academic success at college. Given the acknowledged role of higher education in providing economic and social benefits to individuals, the paper argues that oncampus state enabled ASPs targeting students from the SEDGs make HE in India more equitable and contribute in reducing social inequalities in the wider society. Keywords: academic support programmes, supplementary instruction, caste, socially and economically disadvantaged groups (SEDGs), India
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The Educational Practice of School-Age Educare Teachers Teaching Visual Art in Swedish Primary Schools (Marie Fahlén)
The purpose of this article is to increase the understanding of the challenges that Swedish school-age educare teachers with a certification in visual art experience in their everyday school practice. The study focus on the educational practice of teaching visual art from a holistic perspective which also includes the teachers’ perception of their overall work situation and their professional identity. Due to dual professional roles, these teachers are not only required to meet the criteria formulated in the syllabus of the subject visual art, but also to achieve the goals for the educare centre (National Agency of Education, 2019). The method used is in-depth individual interviews with nine teachers, together with observations of visual art lectures and the physical and material environment. The results provide insights into what it means to work as a school-age educare teacher teaching visual art in primary schools, struggling with limited resources and identity conflicts. The study highlights how teachers often end up in a struggle between individual agency and social structures since they have to resist, adjust and negotiate to get acceptable work conditions. Keywords: policy enactment; professional identity; school-age educare; visual art education
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Concepts and Challenges of Afterschool Program Quality in Japan (Fuyuko Kanefuji)
This study examines concepts surrounding the quality of afterschool programs in Japan and related challenges using qualitative and quantitative methods. A content analysis of government guidelines for afterschool programs provided by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) is conducted, and the differences in the concepts of afterschool program quality (APQ) between them are explored. Second, using government statistics, the author looks at the current situation and systems of instructional features meant to improve quality. Third, the characteristics of the human resource development system of MEXT and MHLW for APQ are clarified using the social capital theory. Keywords: quality, afterschool program, extended education, instructional features
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Specialised Professional Training Makes a Difference! The Importance and Prestige of Typical Duties in All-Day Schools from the Perspective of Teachers, Leisure Educators, Principals and Coordinators of Extended Education (Olivia Fischer, James Loparics)
In Austria there is a specialised education (60 ECTS) for “leisure educators”, who are professionals working in all-day schools in the field of extended education but who are not teachers. Despite the existence of leisure educators, also teachers are often tasked with supervising extended education settings like lunchtime, extra-curricular activities and uncommitted free time in all-day schools in Austria. This paper aims to illustrate the difference of prestige that comes with different fields of duty in extended education and the implications of that difference. The paper is based on a quantitative study carried out in all-day schools in Vienna. It looks at the prestige of typical professional duties in all-day schools and at the importance attached to these duties by different professional groups. Leisure educators assign a higher importance to non-formal activities than teachers or other professional groups do. Yet, these activities represent relevant fields of duty in respect of training children and adolescents in 21st century skills. Hence the authors propose to address typical extended education duties in teacher education to enable all-day school professional teams to work on eye-level and efficiently. Keywords: leisure education, all-day-schools, occupational prestige, specialised training
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Teachers as Private Tutors: Understanding Dual Professional Identities of Six Faculty Members from Uzbekistan University (Andrey Khojeev)
Due to socio-economic difficulties, many teachers in Uzbekistan combine their regular teaching activities with private supplementary tutoring (PST). Involvement in two professional activities has led to the emergence of teacher and tutor professional identities. It is assumed that the co-existence of dual identities has an influence on the professional activities of a tutor and/or of a teacher. Although a plethora of studies has focused on teacher identity and its effect on teachers’ professional activities and some on co-existence of teacher identity with other social identities, there is a gap in the academic literature with only a few studies on teacher-tutor identity and its impact on their professional activities. The present qualitative study has made an attempt to reveal the types of relationship between these two professional identities, to find out the reasons for the existing relationship and to explore how this relationship impacts their professional activities as a tutor and/or as a teacher. For these purposes, the research utilizes semi-structured interview questions with six university teaching staff members who are also private tutors. By applying a predetermined theoretical framework, an intrapersonal identity network approach, the study reveals the three most predominant types–power relationship, temporal and conflicting. These types of relationship found to have a negative impact on the respondents’ activities as private tutors. Keywords: shadow education, teacher identity, intrapersonal identity network approach, qualitative inquiry, Uzbekistan
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Content

Content

IJREE – International Journal for Research on Extended Education
2-2020: Extended Education at College and its Outcomes

Sang Hoon Bae: Editor’s Preface

Special Section
Steve R. Entrich / Sang Hoon Bae: Extended Education at College and its Outcomes: An Introduction
Steve R. Entrich / Soo-yong Byun: Supplementary Education at College and Its Consequences for Individuals’ Labor Market Outcomes in the United States
Jae-Eun Jon / Heeyun Kim / Soo-yong Byun: Friends Matter: The Relationship Between Korean International Students’ Friendship Networks and Study Abroad Outcomes
Nidhi S. Sabharwal: Extended Education at College in India: Advancing Equity Through the Extension of Public Academic Support Programmes for Students from the Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Groups

General Contributions
Marie Fahlén: The Educational Practice of School-Age Educare Teachers Teaching Visual Art in Swedish Primary Schools
Fuyuko Kanefuji: Concepts and Challenges of Afterschool Program Quality in Japan
Olivia Fischer / James Loparics: Specialised Professional Training Makes a Difference! The Importance and Prestige of Typical Duties in All-Day Schools from the Perspective of Teachers, Leisure Educators, Principals and Coordinators of Extended Education
Andrey Khojeev: Teachers as Private Tutors: Understanding Dual Professional Identities of Six Faculty Members from Uzbekistan University

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2196-3673

eISSN

2196-7423

Volume

8. Jahrgang 2020

Edition

2

Date of publication

18.10.2021

Scope

140

Language

Englisch

Format

17 x 24 cm

DOI

https://doi.org/10.3224/ijree.v8i2

Homepage

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Steve R. Entrich
Sang Hoon Bae
Soo-yong Byun
Nidhi S. Sabharwal
Marie Fahlén
Fuyuko Kanefuji
Olivia Fischer
James Loparics
Andrey Khojeev

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Abstracts

Supplementary Education at College and Its Consequences for Individuals’ Labor Market Outcomes in the United States (Steve R. Entrich, Soo-yong Byun)
The current study seeks to expand our knowledge on extended education and its potential contribution to social inequality by examining socioeconomic disparities in supplementary education (SE) at college and its impact on labor market outcomes. Using data from the United States Education Longitudinal Study, logistic and linear regressions deliver the following main findings: (1) Socioeconomic status (SES) significantly affects SE participation, net of other factors. (2) With higher involvement in SE activities, neither employment nor income prospects significantly increase. (3) Low SES graduates are slightly more likely to benefit from SE than high SES graduates. (4) Among high-impact SE practices, only internships exert a positive effect on labor market outcomes. Keywords: Supplementary education, social inequality, higher education, labor market outcomes
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Friends Matter: The Relationship Between Korean International Students’ Friendship Networks and Study Abroad Outcomes (Jae-Eun Jon, Heeyun Kim, and Soo-yong Byun)
This study examined the determinants of international students’ interactions with different friendship networks and the relationships of these interactions with study abroad outcomes, using data from 482 Korean college students who had participated in international student exchange programs. The results showed that students’ participation in extracurricular and off-campus activities while studying abroad was significantly related to their interactions with local and other international students. The results also showed that students’ interactions with co-national, local, and other international students while studying abroad were positively associated with their intercultural competence, personal development, and career development, even after controlling for other variables. We discuss the policy implications of these findings beyond the Korean context. Keywords: Study abroad outcome, international student, friendship, South Korea
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Extended Education at College in India: Advancing Equity Through the Extension of Public Academic Support Programmes for Students from the Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Groups (Nidhi S. Sabharwal)
The paper seeks to expand our knowledge on the importance of public academic support programmes (ASPs) in higher education (HE) in India, which extend supplementary instruction with the aim to improve academic performance and support academic efforts of students from the socially and economically disadvantaged groups (SEDGs). This paper shows that students from the most disadvantaged amongst the SEDGs, that is, those residing in rural areas and women who experience multiple barriers that compound the effects of their disadvantages, have taken advantage of supplementary instruction classes. These classes have allowed HEIs to account for students’ academic needs and challenges related to their socioeconomic disadvantages, that remain unmet in regular classrooms. By targeting educational resources to students who are most disadvantaged, these programmes compensate for the absence of parental support and recognises the underlying socio-economic obstacles of students from achieving academic success at college. Given the acknowledged role of higher education in providing economic and social benefits to individuals, the paper argues that oncampus state enabled ASPs targeting students from the SEDGs make HE in India more equitable and contribute in reducing social inequalities in the wider society. Keywords: academic support programmes, supplementary instruction, caste, socially and economically disadvantaged groups (SEDGs), India
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

The Educational Practice of School-Age Educare Teachers Teaching Visual Art in Swedish Primary Schools (Marie Fahlén)
The purpose of this article is to increase the understanding of the challenges that Swedish school-age educare teachers with a certification in visual art experience in their everyday school practice. The study focus on the educational practice of teaching visual art from a holistic perspective which also includes the teachers’ perception of their overall work situation and their professional identity. Due to dual professional roles, these teachers are not only required to meet the criteria formulated in the syllabus of the subject visual art, but also to achieve the goals for the educare centre (National Agency of Education, 2019). The method used is in-depth individual interviews with nine teachers, together with observations of visual art lectures and the physical and material environment. The results provide insights into what it means to work as a school-age educare teacher teaching visual art in primary schools, struggling with limited resources and identity conflicts. The study highlights how teachers often end up in a struggle between individual agency and social structures since they have to resist, adjust and negotiate to get acceptable work conditions. Keywords: policy enactment; professional identity; school-age educare; visual art education
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Concepts and Challenges of Afterschool Program Quality in Japan (Fuyuko Kanefuji)
This study examines concepts surrounding the quality of afterschool programs in Japan and related challenges using qualitative and quantitative methods. A content analysis of government guidelines for afterschool programs provided by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) is conducted, and the differences in the concepts of afterschool program quality (APQ) between them are explored. Second, using government statistics, the author looks at the current situation and systems of instructional features meant to improve quality. Third, the characteristics of the human resource development system of MEXT and MHLW for APQ are clarified using the social capital theory. Keywords: quality, afterschool program, extended education, instructional features
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Specialised Professional Training Makes a Difference! The Importance and Prestige of Typical Duties in All-Day Schools from the Perspective of Teachers, Leisure Educators, Principals and Coordinators of Extended Education (Olivia Fischer, James Loparics)
In Austria there is a specialised education (60 ECTS) for “leisure educators”, who are professionals working in all-day schools in the field of extended education but who are not teachers. Despite the existence of leisure educators, also teachers are often tasked with supervising extended education settings like lunchtime, extra-curricular activities and uncommitted free time in all-day schools in Austria. This paper aims to illustrate the difference of prestige that comes with different fields of duty in extended education and the implications of that difference. The paper is based on a quantitative study carried out in all-day schools in Vienna. It looks at the prestige of typical professional duties in all-day schools and at the importance attached to these duties by different professional groups. Leisure educators assign a higher importance to non-formal activities than teachers or other professional groups do. Yet, these activities represent relevant fields of duty in respect of training children and adolescents in 21st century skills. Hence the authors propose to address typical extended education duties in teacher education to enable all-day school professional teams to work on eye-level and efficiently. Keywords: leisure education, all-day-schools, occupational prestige, specialised training
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

Teachers as Private Tutors: Understanding Dual Professional Identities of Six Faculty Members from Uzbekistan University (Andrey Khojeev)
Due to socio-economic difficulties, many teachers in Uzbekistan combine their regular teaching activities with private supplementary tutoring (PST). Involvement in two professional activities has led to the emergence of teacher and tutor professional identities. It is assumed that the co-existence of dual identities has an influence on the professional activities of a tutor and/or of a teacher. Although a plethora of studies has focused on teacher identity and its effect on teachers’ professional activities and some on co-existence of teacher identity with other social identities, there is a gap in the academic literature with only a few studies on teacher-tutor identity and its impact on their professional activities. The present qualitative study has made an attempt to reveal the types of relationship between these two professional identities, to find out the reasons for the existing relationship and to explore how this relationship impacts their professional activities as a tutor and/or as a teacher. For these purposes, the research utilizes semi-structured interview questions with six university teaching staff members who are also private tutors. By applying a predetermined theoretical framework, an intrapersonal identity network approach, the study reveals the three most predominant types–power relationship, temporal and conflicting. These types of relationship found to have a negative impact on the respondents’ activities as private tutors. Keywords: shadow education, teacher identity, intrapersonal identity network approach, qualitative inquiry, Uzbekistan
» Buy Single Contribution (Budrich Journals) / Einzelbeitrag kaufen (Budrich Journals)

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