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AS - Asia1070
NA - North America787
EU - Europe354
HKU - The University of Hong Kong194
AF - Africa42
OC - Oceania42
SA - South America11
UND - Undefined53
US - United States770
CN - China529
GB - United Kingdom226
HK - Hong Kong211
HKU - The University of Hong Kong194
SG - Singapore115
KR - Republic of Korea95
AU - Australia35
ZA - South Africa30
DE - Germany29
OTH - Others319
The University of Hong Kong194
Central District68
San Jose48
San Ramon43
Examining school leadership effects on student achievement: The role of contextual challenges and constraints81
Predictors of information technology integration in secondary schools: Evidence from a large-scale study of more than 30,000 students61
Parental autonomy-support, parental control, SES, and mathematics achievement: A latent profile analysis38
Students' learning experiences during COVID-19 and familial SES14
The contribution of cultural capital to students' mathematics achievement in medium and high socioeconomic gradient economies52
How a 'top-performing' Asian school system formulates and implements policy: The case of Singapore46
Principals' contribution to educational inequity: an analysis of the structure-agency relationship in the centrally controlled Education System of Singapore70
Do parental attitudes toward and expectations for their children’s education and future jobs matter for their children’s school achievement?68
Implementing education system reform: Local adaptation in school reform of teaching and learning15
Conceptual diversity, moderators, and theoretical issues in quantitative studies of cultural capital theory91
The relationships among between-class ability grouping, teaching practices, and mathematics achievement: A large-scale empirical analysis46
Organisational legitimacy of the Singapore Ministry of Education65
Student engagement and mathematics achievement: Unravelling main and interactive effects59
Social, Political and Cultural Foundations of Educational Leadership in Singapore11
Theoretical discussion on forms of cultural capital in Singapore77
National and transnational influences on school organization30
Who benefits from studying in higher socioeconomic status schools? An examination of individual differences in science achievement in developed economies30
Influence of contextual challenges and constraints on learning-centered leadership51
Second-order meta-analysis synthesizing the evidence on associations between school leadership and different school outcomes76
Information technology, mathematics achievement, and educational equity in developed economies67
Academic benefits from parental involvement are stratified by parental socioeconomic status: A meta-analysis61
The role of contextual challenges and constraints on the relationship between principal leadership and student achievement48
Involvement Practices, Socioeconomic Status, and Student Science Achievement: Insights From a Typology of Home and School Involvement Patterns60
Explaining the success of the world’s leading education systems: The case of Singapore55
What types of cultural capital benefit students' academic achievement at different educational stages? Interrogating the meta-analytic evidence51
The impact of digital divides on student mathematics achievement in Confucian heritage cultures: A critical examination using PISA 2012 data76
Educational leadership in Singapore: Tight coupling, sustainability, scalability, and succession62
Unravelling a Complex Relationship: Do Students Learn Better with the Use of Information Technology?18
What PISA and ASPIRES studies tell us about the nuanced influence of cultural capital on student learning: Construct complexity, student outcomes and contexts35
Comparing digital badges-and-points with classroom token systems: Effects on elementary school ESL students' classroom behavior and English learning170
Tensions between meritocracy and equity in Singapore: Educational issues in preparing a workforce for the knowledge-based economy212
What is the influence of cultural capital on student reading achievement in Confucian as compared to non-Confucian heritage societies?75
Examining cultural capital and student achievement: Results of a meta-analytic review48
Unravelling the effects of cultural capital on students' mathematics achievement in countries with different socioeconomic gradients: an international study using hierarchical linear modelling22
Instructional leadership: Toward a contextualised knowledge creation model53
Different patterns of relationships between principal leadership and 15-year-old students’ science learning: How school resources, teacher quality, and school socioeconomic status make a difference58
Beyond oral participation: A typology of student engagement in classroom discussions46
Relationships between student engagement in classroom discussions and parenting style: A structural equation modelling approach15
Family cultural capital and student achievement: Theoretical insights from PISA60
The leadership story behind Singapore school success: What PISA ignores26
Understanding Asian parenting from a Rasch perspective56
Do increased professionalism and school autonomy explain the success of the world's leading education systems? Multiple pathways: the case of Singapore54
Re-conceptualizing learning-centred (instructional) leadership: An obsolete concept in need of renovation36
Are Western school leadership theories applicable to non-Western societies? - A Rasch analysis of work cultural values of Singapore principals38
Curriculum, Leadership and Religion in Singapore Schools: How a Secular Government Engineers Social Harmony and the ‘State Interest’70