The Global Politics of Educational Borrowing and Lending

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Gita Steiner-Khamsi
Teachers College Press, 2004

Steiner-Khamsi and her colleagues provide an in-depth empirical and critical examination of the practice of global educational policy. Contributors question the value of importing and exporting educational policies, analyze who benefits from these arrangements, and test the effectiveness of adapting one country’s policies in other (often quite culturally distinct) countries.

“An important contribution to comparative studies of education and educational politics.”
—From the Foreword by Thomas S. Popkewitz

“Steiner-Khamsi has established one of the major centers where cutting-edge work is being done on educational borrowing and lending. This book provides the richest textual evidence of this work in the context of globalization, and I give it my strongest endorsement.”
—Val Rust, UCLA

“An illuminating study that provides innovative theoretical insights on the impact of globalization in education.”
—Nelly Stromquist, University of Southern California

Contributors: Charles Tilly, Jürgen Schriewer, Carlos Martinez, David Phillips, Iveta Silova, Tali Yariv-Mashal, Carol Anne Spreen, Bernhard T. Streitwieser, William deJong-Lambert, Frances Vavrus, Thomas F. Luschei, Dana Burde, Phillip W. Jones, Gita Steiner-Khamsi

 

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Foreword
GLOBALIZATION INTERNATIONALITY AND CROSSNATIONAL POLICY
Constructions of Internationality in Education
Jürgen Schriewer and Carlos Martinez
THE POLITICS OF EDUCATIONAL BORROWING
Frances Vavrus
The Israeli Black
OutcomesBased Education
Lysenkoism
The Intersection of Borrowing
THE POLITICS OF EDUCATIONAL LENDING
Financing and Policy Linkages in
Conclusion Blazing a Trail for Policy Theory and Practice
About the Editor and the Contributors

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