- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- 2 ed
- Bloomsbury Academic
- Verger, Antoni (ed.), Altinyelken, Hulya K. (ed.), Novelli, Mario (ed.)
- 234 x 158 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 508 g
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While a core concern of this collection is the ongoing theoretical and methodological debates surrounding the study of policy borrowing and transfer, the book offers crucial insights for any practitioners or researchers involved with education or international development (...) The book is an important addition to the reading lists of Masters programmes for both international development and education studies, and can offer a much-needed cross-cultural perspective to otherwise Western-focused courses. * Educational Management Administration & Leadership (of the first edition) * Provides fundamental insights into the central issues that need to be considered by scholars, policy makers, and practitioners working in the intersecting fields of education and international development. * Harvard Education Review (of the first edition) * [The book] has, in my view, the rare quality of being both useful as a foundational theoretical analysis on the field of global education policy while at the same time providing clear insights into how the phenomena studied are having direct, real world consequences on education practice in general; from curricular practice to financing and the role of civil society and a variety of supranational stakeholders not previously characterized at this level of detail. * Education Review (of the first edition) *
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Antoni Verger is Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain. Mario Novelli is Director of the Centre for International Education at the University of Sussex, UK. Hulya Kosar Altinyelken is Assistant Professor at the Child Development and Education Department of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors 1. Global Education Policy and International Development: A Revisited Introduction, Antoni Verger (Universitat Autonoma, Spain), Mario Novelli (University of Sussex, UK) and Hulya Kosar Altinyelken (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) 2. Researching Global Education Policy: Angles In/On/Out... Susan L. Robertson (University of Bristol, UK) 3. Education Policy Networks and Spaces of 'Meetingness': A Network Ethnography of a Brazilian Seminar, Marina Avelar, Dimitra Pavlina Nikita and Stephen J. Ball (UCL Institute of Education, UK) 4. Silences, Stereotypes and Local Selection: Negotiating Policy and Practice to Implement the MDGs and EFA, Elaine Unterhalter (UCL Institute of Education, UK) 5. Why Do Countries Participate in PISA? Understanding the Role of International Large-Scale Assessments in Global Education Policy, Camilla Addey (Humboldt University, Germany) and Sam Sellar (University of Queensland, Australia) 6. School- and Community-based Management as Global Education Policy: History, Trajectory, Geography, D. Brent Edwards Jr. (Drexler University, USA) 7. Conditional Cash Transfers in Education for Development: Emergence, Policy Dilemmas and Diversity of Impacts, Xavier Bonal (Universitat Autonoma, Spain), Aina Tarabini (Universitat Autonoma, Spain) and Xavier Rambla (Universitat Autonoma, Spain) 8. Global Policies, Local Meanings: The Re-Contextualization of Competency-Based Education Reforms in Mexico, Rosanne Tromp (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands) 9. The 2030 Global Education Agenda and the SDGs: Process, Policy and Prospects, Yusuf Sayed (Cape Peninsula University Technology, South Africa), Rashid Ahmed (University of the Western Cape, South Africa) with Rada Mogliacci (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa) 10. A Converging Pedagogy in the Global South: Insights from Uganda and Turkey,Hulya Kosar Altinyelken (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) 11. Education in Emergencies: Tracing the Emergence of a Field, Mario Novelli (University of Sussex, UK) and Mieke Lopes Cardozo (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) 12. Constructing Low-Fee Private Schools as an Educational Model for the Global South: From Local Origins to Transnational Dynamics, Antoni Verger, Clara Fontdevila and Adrian Zancajo (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain) 13. Measuring and Interpreting Re-Contextualization: A Commentary, Gita Steiner-Khamsi (University of Columbia, USA) 14. Global Education Policy: Creating Different Constituencies of Interest and Different Modes of Valorisation, Roger Dale (University of Bristol, UK) Bibliography Index