The Politics of Education Reforms (Globalisation #9) (Paperback)
Foreword. Preface, Joseph Zajda. Acknowledgements. Contributors. Introduction. Section I: MAIN TRENDS AND ISSUES 1. Neoliberalism, the New Imperialism, and the 'Disappearing' Nation State: A Case Study, Shannon Calderone and Robert A. Rhoads. 2. How Educational Systems Form and Reform, William J. Cummings. 3. Academic Capitalism in Japan: National University Incorporation and Special Zones for Structural Reform, Jennifer Chan-Tiberghien. 4. Globalization and Higher Education Policy Changes, Kingsley Banya. 5. The Emergence of the Local Management of Schools (LMS) in Israel: A Political Perspective, Haim H. Gaziel. 6. Alternative Approaches on Society, State, Educational Reform, and Educational Policy, Oscar Espinoza. Section II: EQUALITY, ACCESS AND DEMOCRACY 7. Social Exclusion, Poverty and Educational Iniquity in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: Which Development Framework, Macleans A. Geo-JaJa. 8. Constructing Worker-Citizens in/through Teacher Education in Cuba: Curricular Goals in the Changing Political Economic Context, Mark Ginsburg, Carolina Belalcazar, Simona Popa, and Orlando Pacheco. 9. The Reform of Chinese College English Teaching (CCET) in the Context of Globalization, Zhang Xiaoqing and Holger Daun, University of Stockholm. 10. Global Teacher Recruitment as a Challenge to the Goal of Universal Primary Education, Madeleine Mattarozzi Laming. 11. Power and Authority in School and Community: Interactions between Non-Indigenous Teachers and Indigenous Teacher Assistants in Remote Australian Schools, Elizabeth Warren, Annette R. Baturo & Tom J. Cooper. 12. Deliberative Pedagogy andthe Rationalization of Learning, Klas Roth. Index .