Natasha Ridge
Natasha Ridge
Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research
Verified email at alqasimifoundation.rak.ae - Homepage
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Expatriate academic staff in the United Arab Emirates: The nature of their work experiences in higher education institutions
AE Austin, DW Chapman, S Farah, E Wilson, N Ridge
Higher Education 68 (4), 541-557, 2014
962014
Education and the reverse gender divide in the Gulf States: Embracing the global, ignoring the local
N Ridge
Teachers College Press, 2014
872014
Where are all the men? Gender, participation and higher education in the United Arab Emirates
F Abdulla, N Ridge
Towards an Arab Higher Educational Space: International Challenges and …, 2011
712011
Teacher quality, gender and nationality in the United Arab Emirates: A crisis for boys
N Ridge
Dubai: Dubai School of Government, 2010
642010
Academic staff in the UAE: Unsettled journey
D Chapman, A Austin, S Farah, E Wilson, N Ridge
Higher Education Policy 27 (1), 131-151, 2014
542014
Challenges to curriculum development in the UAE
S Farah, N Ridge
Dubai school of government policy brief 16, 1-10, 2009
472009
The hidden gender gap in education in the UAE
N Ridge
Dubai School of Government Policy Brief 12, 1-7, 2009
422009
Privileged and penalized: The education of boys in the United Arab Emirates
NY Ridge
Teachers College, Columbia University, 2009
272009
Curriculum development in the United Arab Emirates
N Ridge, S Kippels, S Farah
Policy paper 18 (1), 1-17, 2017
192017
Patterns and perceptions in male secondary school dropouts in the United Arab Emirates
N Ridge, S Farah, S Shami
Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research. Policy paper 3, 2013
182013
Economy, business, and first class: The implications of for-profit education provision in the UAE
NRID GE, S Kippels, S Shami
World Yearbook of Education 2016, 284-307, 2016
142016
Education in ras Al khaimah and the United Arab Emirates
N Ridge, S Kippels, S ElAsad
Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research, RAK, 2015
142015
Private Education in the Absence of a Public Option: The Cases of the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.
NY Ridge, S Shami, SM Kippels
FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education 3 (2), 41-60, 2016
132016
Arab migrant teachers in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar: Challenges and opportunities
N Ridge, S Shami, S Kippels
Arab migrant communities in the GCC. London, England: Hurst Publishers, 2017
112017
In the shadow of global discourses: Gender, education and modernity in the Arabian Peninsula
N Ridge
World Yearbook of Education 2012, 311-328, 2012
112012
The 30%: Who are the Males in Higher Education in the UAE
N Ridge, S Farah
Policy Paper 30, 2012
112012
Where are all the men
F Abdulla, N Ridge
Gender, participation and higher education in the United Arab Emirates 11, 2011
92011
The role of curriculum in the creation of a knowledge-based economy in the UAE
N Ridge, S Farah
Education in the UAE: Current status and future developments, 55-81, 2011
92011
The challenges and implications of a global decline in the educational attainment and retention of boys
N Ridge, S Kippels, BJ Chung
WISE: World Education Summit for Education. Retrived from: https://www …, 2017
82017
Curriculum and student assessment, pre-service teacher training: An assessment in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan
G Steiner-Khamsi, S Mossayeb, N Ridge
New York: Teacher College. Retrieved fro m http://www. tc. columbia. edu …, 2007
82007
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