Global education policy and international development : new agendas, issues and policies
Source:Bloomsbury Academic, London ; New York, NY, p.296 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb LC67 .D44 G56 2012
Keywords:Economic development--Developing countries, Education and globalization--Developing countries, Education and state--Developing countries, Education--Economic aspects--Developing countries
Contents: Global education policy and international development: an introductory framework / Antoni Verger, Mario Novelli and Hülya K. Altinyelken -- Researching global education policy: angles in/on/out / Susan L. Robertson -- Participation in international development and education governance / Donald Brent Edwards and Stephen Klees -- Silences, stereotypes and local selection : negotiating policy and practice to implement the MDGS and EFA / Elaine Unterhalter -- Education decentralisation in South Africa and Zimbabwe: the gap between intention and practice / Daryl Stenvoll-Wells and Yusuf Sayed -- Implementing global policies in African countries: conceiving lifelong learning as basic education / Anja P. Jakobi -- Conditional cash transfers in education for development: emergence, policy dilemmas, and diversity of impacts / Xavier Bonal, Aina Tarabini and Xavier Rambla -- School-based management in post-conflict Central America: undermining civil society and making the poorest parents pay / Margriet Poppema -- Ethnic/racial diversity and education policy: the role of the black movement and multi-scalar processes within the public agenda in Brazil / Renato Emerson dos Santos and Inti Maya Soeterik -- A converging pedagogy in the developing world?: insights from Uganda and Turkey / Hülya Kosar Altinyelken -- Globalizing educational interventions in zones of conflict: the role of Dutch aid to education and conflict / Mario Novelli and MTA Lopes Cardozo -- The national politics of global policies: public-private partnerships in Indian education / Antoni Verger and Sanne VanderKaaij -- Measuring and interpreting re-contextualization: a commentary / Gita Steiner-Khamsi -- Global education policy: creating different constituencies of interest and different modes of valorisation / Roger Dale.