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by Simon Marginson

  • ISBN: 0521433452
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Simon Marginson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (October 29, 1993)
  • Pages: 302
  • ePub book: 1106 kb
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Marginson, Simon 1993. Reforming Teacher Education Policy under Labor Governments in Australia 1983-93. British Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol. 15, Issue

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Education and public policy in Australia. Cambridge University Press, 1993. Journal of higher education policy and management 22 (1), 23-35, 2000. Higher education and public good. Higher Education Quarterly 65 (4), 411-433, 2011. Competition and markets in higher education: A ‘glonacal’analysis. Policy futures in Education 2 (2), 175-244, 2004. After globalization: emerging politics of education. Journal of education Policy 14 (1), 19-31, 1999. Higher education in East Asia and Singapore: Rise of the Confucian model.

Cambridge University Press, 1993 - 286 sayfa. The gap between the demands placed on education in Australia and the resources allocated to it by government has increased dramatically in recent years. The education system is expected to absorb youth unemployment and play a key role in the modernisation of the economy, yet education spending as a proportion of GDP has declined. The notion of education as being important for its own sake and a key to equality in society seems to have been set aside, and economics now dominates debate on education policy.

Start by marking Education and Public Policy in Australia as Want to Read . According to economic rationalists, education is a part of the economy like any other.

Start by marking Education and Public Policy in Australia as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. 8. Markets in education. 9. Private and public education. Machine derived contents note: Preface

Education and public policy in Australia. Australian/Harvard Citation. Machine derived contents note: Preface. Part I. The Setting: 1. Education in Australia.

Simon Marginson, Michael A. Peters. Ideas for Intercultural Education. The Enterprise University: Power, Governance and Reinvention in Australia. Higher Education in Vietnam: Flexibility, Mobility and Practicality in the Global Knowledge Economy. Higher Education as Self-Formation. Erlenawati Sawir, Simon Marginson. Mark Considine, Simon Marginson.

Simon William Marginson, Australian Education educator. Recipient Doctoral award Australian Association for Ednl. Republican Australian Government at Organization of European Cooperation and Development Conference, Paris. 1984, 88. Fellow Australian College Education; member American Ednl.

Simon Marginson Professor of International Higher Educa-tion, Institute of Education, University of London. Received in July 2014. Address: 20 Bedford Way, Lon-don WC1H 0AL, United Kingdom. E-mail: . [email protected] Much has changed in Russia since the end of the Soviet period, but in higher education and science, the world outside of Russia may have changed more than the world within. Last year, the president of Russia announced that there should be Introduction five Russian universities in the global top 100 by the year 2020.

Cambridge University Press. This book summarises and analyses the major issues in Australian education policy today. ISBN10 : 0521439639, ISBN13 : 9780521439633.

The gap between the demands placed on education in Australia and the resources allocated to it by government has increased dramatically in recent years. The education system is expected to absorb youth unemployment and play a key role in the modernisation of the economy, yet education spending as a proportion of GDP has declined. The notion of education as being important for its own sake and a key to equality in society seems to have been set aside, and economics now dominates debate on education policy. This book summarises and analyses the major issues in Australian education policy today: the relationship between education and work; the reform of higher education and vocational training; outputs, resources and class sizes; the role of government and the public/private debate in schooling. It also examines the main economic theories about education, including human capital theory and free market theory, and finds them seriously inadequate as a basis for policy. The author argues that economic rationalism has installed a free market agenda at the heart of public education policy, with deep consequences for the academic and democratic development of Australia's citizens.