The global educational policy environment in the fourth Industrial Revolution : gated, regulated and governed /
This volume focuses on the rise of educational regulation and educational governance in a post-2015 era. Across the globe, unfettered globalization is being curtailed and cooperation and collaboration at the regional level appears to be at an unprecedented high, yet there are still substantial dispa...
|Series:||Public policy and governance ;
v. 26. |
- Introduction. Conceptualizing education governance at the genesis of the fourth Industrial Revolution
- Part 1. Re(framing) education governance. Chapter 1. Innovative orthodoxies and old bedfellows - re(drawing) the geometries of education governance / Tavis D. Jules
- Part 2. Educational mechanisms of governance. Chapter 2. Comparing the receptions and translations of global education policy, understanding the logic of educational systems / Gita Steiner-Khamsi
- Chapter 3. Teachers and the global educational policy field / Tore Bernt Sorensen
- Chapter 4. Toward the development of a gender equity scorecard: exploring the possibility for collaborative gender governance at the University of the West Indies / Halima-Sa'adia Kassim
- Chapter 5. The next educational bubble: educational brokers and education governance mechanisms: who governs what! / Tavis D. Jules and Sadie Stockdale Jefferson
- Part 3. Modes of education governance. Chapter 6. Navigating education policies in Oceania: civil societies and network governance in a decolonizing Pacific / Alexandra McCormick
- Chapter 7. "Decision-making by surprise": the introduction of tuition fees for university education in Barbados / Kristina Hinds
- Chapter 8. Educational development in South Asia: from regionalism to interregionalism / Huma Kidwai and Monisha Bajaj
- Chapter 9. From "growth driven" to "regulatory control": tertiary education governance in Jamaica and the Caribbean / Nigel O.M. Brissett
- Chapter 10. Transformative agendas and educational demands in the British and Dutch overseas territories of the Caribbean / Emel Thomas and Peter Clegg
- Chapter 11. Educational excellence versus educational justice: how Latin American policymakers respond to these competing demands with the evaluative state / Rolf Straubhaar.