Schools for the future Europe : values and change beyond Lisbon
- London ; New York, NY : Continuum, c2012.
- Physical description
- x, 255 p. ; 25 cm.
LA621.83 .S36 2012
- Unknown LA621.83 .S36 2012
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -245) and index.
- Introduction John Sayer and Lynn Erler-- Part I-- 1. Putting Europe into Education Frank Furedi-- 2. Post-War Perspectives: What Europe Meant for Education Then, What it Means for Us Now John Sayer-- 3. Europe, Human Rights and Education Hugh Starkey-- 4. EU Policies and Educational Needs for Professionally Mobile Families in Europe Kalypso Nicolaidis-- 5. School Links Across National Cultures Paddy Carpenter-- Part II-- 6. Raising Awareness of Europe in Community and Classroom: A Scottish Initiative Barbara Macleod-- 7. Pedagogy, Citizenship and the EU Mairin Hennebry-- 8. Models of Bilingual Schooling Lynn Erler with Simon Sharron, Jackie Holderness, Marc Wolstencroft, Judith Woodfield and Gabriela Meier-- 9. Teacher Education and Development for Bilingual Education Shirley Lawes-- Part III-- 10. European Schools and Enlargement Renee Christmann-- 11. The Future for the European Baccalaureate Renee Christmann and John Sayer-- 12. Culham as a Case Study John Sayer-- Conclusion: The Next Ten Years Lynn Erler and John Sayer-- Bibliography-- Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Academics, policy makers and professionals explore the development of EU education policy, its impact on practice and potential future directions after the Lisbon treaty. "Schools for the Future Europe" brings together a team of leading academics, policy makers and education professionals to explore the emergence, development and application of European education policy up to the 2009 Lisbon Treaty and beyond. This book charts the historical development of a Europe-wide education policy, and examines how that policy has sought to address such issues as European citizenship, human rights and bilingual schooling. Taking as examples the intended future extension of the European Schools and the European Baccalaureate, and a case study of work towards the first British European Academy at Culham, UK, this book critically explores the interplay of EU action programmes, policy and rhetoric on secondary education. In the final section, the editors draw on the insights of the previous chapters to outline an achievable programme for the future development of education policy structures and practice in schools for Europe.
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- Publication date
- edited by John Sayer and Lynn Erler.