Changing schools in an era of globalization
- New York : Routledge, 2011.
- Physical description
- xv, 234 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Routledge research in education 53.
LC1035.6 .C33 2011
- Unknown LC1035.6 .C33 2011
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Section I: Educational Reforms and Changing Schools: International and Asia-Pacific Perspectives 1. Changing schools in Asia-Pacific societies in a global society 2. Educational reforms and school improvement in China 3. Educational reforms and school improvement in China Hong Kong 4. Educational reforms and school improvement in Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) 5. Educational reforms and school improvement in Australia 6. Educational reforms and school improvement in Singapore Section II: Issues in Educational Reforms 7. School Choice: Privatization and Decentralization of Schooling 8. School Improvement, Curriculum and Teaching Innovations 9. Accountability and assessment measures 10. Responses of the Government and the Educational Profession to the Educational Reform Agenda and Policies Section III: Reflections on Educational Issues and Creations of Future Leaders and Schools 11. Future educational reform policies and measures in China, Australia, Taiwan and Singapore 12. Future schools, leadership development and school education in China, Australia, Taiwan and Singapore Notes Bibliography Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Much has been written about globalization and the challenge of preparing young people for the new world of work and life in times of complexity and continuous change. However, few works have examined how globalization has and will continue to shape education in the East. This volume discusses education within the context of globalization and examines what is occurring in schools and systems of education in the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, Singapore, and Australia. Closer examination of recent developments and current trends reveal the same turbulence and a range of common issues in areas such as assessment, curriculum, leadership, management of change, pedagogy, policy, professional capacity and technology. This volume demonstrates the commonalities and differences and offers tremendous insight into the way things are done in places where student achievement is high but there is also a sense of urgency in continuing an agenda of change.
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- edited by John Chi-Kin Lee and Brian J. Caldwell.
- Routledge research in education ; 53