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Pashew, a PhD candidate at Monash University, Australia, delves into the intricate dynamics of education reforms and teacher-policy relationships. His research explores the profound impact of reform policies on teachers, unravelling insights into teacher identity, agency, and philosophy.

Prior to his doctoral pursuits, Pashew held the role of Assistant Lecturer at Tishk International University-Erbil. During his tenure, he not only imparted knowledge on education and curriculum theories but also assumed leadership as the head of the English Language Teaching department.

Pashew’s academic journey boasts a Master of Education (M.Ed.) from the University of Cincinnati, USA, with a focus on Curriculum and Instruction. Additionally, he holds certification as a TESOL teacher, reflecting his commitment to excellence in language education. With a passion for advancing educational discourse, Pashew contributes valuable perspectives to the evolving landscape of education reforms.

Pashew actively contributes to the academic community through his memberships in esteemed professional associations, including the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), Oceania Comparative and International Education Society, Comparative and International Education Society, Monash Education Research Community (MERC), and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) in the USA. These affiliations underscore his commitment to staying at the forefront of educational research and fostering collaborative dialogues.

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