Educational Restructuring in the Context of Globalization and National Policy (Reference Books in International Education)

by Holge Daun

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Subjects:

  • Funding of education,
  • Globalization,
  • Multicultural Education,
  • Education and state,
  • Economic Integration,
  • Educational Policy,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • International economic relatio,
  • Educational change,
  • Administration - General,
  • Educational Policy & Reform,
  • Education / General,
  • Cross-cultural studies,
  • Education and globalization

How economic integration under globalization impacts local educational systems has been traced by Rizvi and Lingard. 46 As they note, from a broad view, the promotion of neoliberal values in the context of financial adjustment and restructuring of poorer countries under trade and debt agreements led by intergovernmental organizations, most. It made its debut in western public policy circles in the mids -- replacing "interdependence" -- and was at the time generally viewed in an economic context. Globalization simply referred to a largely commercial process involving rapid increases in the exchange of goods, capital, and services across national frontiers. Subnational Debt and Restructuring Summit with the Ministry in Nanning, and for the rapid production of this e-book to synthesize its proceedings and make it widely a vailable to all. We look forward to many such joint knowledge sharing activities and joint research activities in future. We would like to thank our.   Reframing education as a public and common good: enhancing democratic governance by Rita Locatelli, Cham, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan, , pp., £ (hardback), ISBN: Andrew Wilkins.

  Karen Mundy is a Professor, Associate Dean of Research, and Canada Research Chair at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, where she directs the Comparative, International and Development Education Centre (CIDEC). Her research has focuses on the global politics of “education for all” programs and policies, education reform in sub-Saharan .   The analysis in the article is set against the historical background of South Africa and within the context of the contemporary economic challenges engendered by globalization. In his book, Politics in Hard Times: Comparative Responses to International Economic Crises, Peter Gourevitch made the argument that in times of severe economic. Education is a vital investment for human and economic development and is influenced by the environment within which it exists. Changes in technology, labour market patterns and general global environment, all require policy responses. Traditions, culture and faith all reflect upon the education system and at the same time are also affected by. The intent of this book is to advance this discourse by giving voice to local scholars who observe and study the donor process. The book will be divided into two sections: the first section will set the stage for the discussions in the second section by providing theoretical and historical context for international education policy.

The National Education Policy - recognized the fundamental right of every Pakistani child to get education. It was made compulsory and free to achieve universal enrollment by the end of the decade. The National Education Policy was formulated to consolidate the earlier efforts with renewed commitment. “The Conflicts of Globalization and Restructuring of Education” Douglas Kellner The September 11 terrorist attacks have generated a wealth of theoretical reflection as well as regressive political responses by the Bush administration and other governments (Kellner, b). This paper on the draft National Education Policy , examines its timeframe and the possible implications of its implementation in terms of the overlapping categories of gender, caste, and class identities. It also focuses briefly on issues of language and the way in which historical precedents are invoked. This is followed by a discussion on the wide-ranging changes. The book is an important contribution to the literature on gender and development in Latin America." --Lourdes Benera, Cornell University, author of Gender, Development and Globalization: Economics as if All People Mattered, "A nuanced and critical reading of gender, development, and globalization issues.

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Educational Restructuring in the Context of Globalization and National Policy (Reference Books in International Education)Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Globalization and national education systems ; Shifts in nation-state, social theory and education ; Conceptualization and results of educational research restructuring ; Education for competitiveness and diversity in the richest countries / by Holger Daun --Educational reforms in.

Further, the book provides relevant comparative and empirical data on the restructuring of the teaching profession in an era of globalization through a critical perspective on and an overview of the main research and comparative findings across countries.

Globalizing Education: Policies, Pedagogies and Politics consists of 16 chapters that discuss different aspects of education in a globalized context. Globalization and its effects on education is the focus of many publications, and this book encompasses the perspectives of various educational politicians and educators on the key issues and their implications for education in a globalized milieu.

This article sets out in the context of globalization to identify, examine and discuss issues related to structural adjustment and educational restructuring in China, with particular reference to university merging and changes in higher education governance by: The focus of this book is to examine the growing impact of globalization on education policy and development in the Asia Pacific region.

It analyses the reaction of selected societies and the strategies that their governments have adopted in response to the tidal wave of marketization, corporization, commercialization and privatization.

1/24/ AM Page ii / - Globalization and Educational Restructuring in Asia and the Pacific Region, Edited by Ka-Ho Mok and Anthony. This chapter explores some of the ways in which policy research in education—conceived broadly to include studies of the context in which policy options are explored, the political dynamics associated with policy development and implementation, and the issues surrounding policy and program evaluation—is.

The impact of globalization on culture and educational system is a major concern. Some people saw it as a treat for traditional institutions such as. Daun, H. Globalization and National Education Systems. In H. Daun (ed.).

Educational Restructuring in the Context of Globalization and National Policy, (pp. 1–32). New York: RoutledgeFalmer. Google Scholar. The essays contained in this comprehensive yet readable book, strive to provide a thorough examination of the impact these changes are having on how education is defined, whom it serves, and how it.

Globalization is a widely discussed and contested topic. The process of globalization has profound impacts on the capacity of a nation to formulate its policies. It is accompanied by a seemingly endless process of change within education (Peters, ).

Educational Restructuring in the Context of Globalization and National Policy. New York: Garland. EPSTEIN, ERWIN H. "The Peril of Paternalism: The Imposition of Education on Cuba by the United States." American Journal of Education – EPSTEIN, ERWIN H.

"National Identity among St. Lucian Schoolchildren.". GLOBALIZATION AND EDUCATIONAL REFORM. IN CONTEMPORARY JAPAN. Jie Qi Early in the ’s, the Provisional National Council on Educational Reform (Rinji Kyoiku Shingikai, industrial leaders to officially advise the Ministry of Education on curriculum policy.

This is the first book to explore the meaning of equality and freedom of education in a global context and their relationship to the universal right to education. It also proposes evaluating school systems according to their achievement of equality and freedom/5(1).

In comparative education, the study of globalization and education policy is strongly influenced by macro theoretical approaches, two of the most noteworthy being the ‘World Society’ theory and the ‘Globally Structured Educational Agenda’ (GSEA).

Dollarization eliminates the possibility of independent national monetary policy and it exposes countries to policies set in Washington.(Financial Times times, ) Capitalist economic theory holds that a completely liberalized global market is.

- Globalization creates and supports information technologists, policy makers, and practitioners for the purpose of rethinking education and supports mechanisms for the exchange of ideas and experiences in the use of educational technologies.

- Globalization encourages explorations, experimentation to push the frontiers of the potential of. This book offers data-based insights into the problems of translation education and their causes in the context of localization and globalization in the era of big data.

In addressing the concerns of global competition, in part, as a response to the impacts of globalization, education is becoming one of the important sectors, and the restructuring of educational policy and organizing educational achievement are being demanded.

Discusses how globalization might affect national educational policies and practices in the context of: appreciating the force of extranational effects, specifying what may be affected, and exploring how that effect might occur.

The paper describes a theory of the relationship between globalization and education, examining two contrasting approaches: the Common World Educational Culture and. Educational Restructuring in the Context of Globalization and National Policy. New York: Garland. Epstein, Erwin H. "The Peril of Paternalism: The Imposition of Education on Cuba by the United States." American Journal of Education – Epstein, Erwin H.

"National Identity among St. Lucian Schoolchildren.". more about the similarities and differences in education policy research and associated reforms in the local-regional-national context, as well as the global one.

This inevitably results in a deeper understanding and analysis of the globalisation and education Zeitgeist. Clearly, the emerging phenomena associated with globalisation have in.

This innovative new handbook offers a comprehensive overview of the ways in which domestic education policy is framed and influenced by global institutions and actors.

Surveys current debates about the role of education in a global polity, highlights key transnational policy actors, accessibly introduces research methodologies, and outlines global agendas for education reform Includes.

Educational Change in the Context of Globalization. Essay Review of "Globalisation, Educational Transformation and Societies in Transition," edited by Teame Mebrahtu, Michael Crossley, and David Johnson; "Educational Restructuring in the Context of Globalization and National Policy," edited by Holger Daun; and "Globalisation and Pedagogy: Space, Place and Identity," by Richard Edwards and.

The institutional context The impact of globalization Part II Page 11 Friday, Janu PM sultations at national, regional and global levels.

Participants included over as a result of industrial restructuring in the face of competitive global markets, and. However, in recent context, education policy is seen beyond the nation-states, it is become internationalised to the dominance of the global economy over the national politics.

Within the wider context of globalization, education is now regarded as an international service, playing a remarkable mission in the global economy with investment in. This book's focus is how the rethinking of these key ideas suggests fundamental changes to the way societies are forming educational policy and practice.

While this is primarily a work of theory, these discussions contain specific and concrete implications for how education is changing, and will need to change, in response to new circumstances.

Abstract The chapter discusses how globalization has affected institutional changes in adult education. In the background it introduces first the necessary definitions and presuppositions for the analysis of both adult education and globalization, and second, it highlights the underpinnings of the changes in adult education and learning in the last decades.

Education policy now days is formed and implemented in a global context. Paradigm shift in educational globalization • At beginning, educational globalization emerged as an universalization and standerdization of education policy, plan and practice to meet global norm which revealed educational globalization as modernization.

and in favour of its citizens. Given this complex context, educational policies, like every other policy formed in underdeveloped countries,' respond more to the globalisation process rather than national needs.

This article tries to understand the globalisation phenomenon with respect to educational policy in underdeveloped countries and then.within a complex system of local, national, regional and global actors, institutions and practices (politics of education)” [43, p.

20]. Simply, it argues that education policy nowadays is formed and implemented in a global context. In such global context, improving global competitiveness has been targeted by. Globalization is a term used to describe how trade and technology have made the world into a more connected and interdependent place.

Globalization also captures in its scope the economic and social changes that have come about as a result.