Handbook of education policy

Gerard A. Postiglione, Christopher J. Johnstone, Wesley R. Teter

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Abstract

This insightful Handbook is an essential guide to educational policy around the world. As shifting geopolitics, intensified climate change, and widening economic inequalities persist, the need for informed educational policy is critical. Bringing together a unique collection of international case studies by scholars and practitioners from over twenty countries, the Handbook highlights how the contextual nature of educational policy and its implementation acknowledges both global trends and local nuance. Chapters explore key contemporary topics including the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on international educational policy; opportunities for academic modernization in Ukrainian society; gender equality in Korean and Japanese universities; and inclusive education policies throughout the world, including India, South Africa, and Uruguay. It further discusses the ways in which governmental, non-governmental, and global education specialists are shaping new agendas focused on equity and responding to global crises. Offering new perspectives on educational policy in a post-pandemic world, this comprehensive Handbook will be crucial reading for students and scholars of education policy, politics and public policy, sociology, and university management. It will also be beneficial for educational research associations and international development agencies, including UNESCO, the Asian Development Bank, and the World Bank.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
Number of pages375
ISBN (Electronic)9781800375062
ISBN (Print)9781800375055
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 14 2023

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© Gerard A. Postiglione, Christopher J. Johnstone and Wesley R. Teter 2023. All rights reserved.

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