International Education for the Millennium Toward Access, Equity, and Quality
Piper, B., Dryden-Peterson, S., & Kim, Y. S. (Eds.) (2006). International Education for the Millennium Toward Access, Equity, and Quality. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
This volume sheds light on contemporary theoretical work and research, on a range of national and international polices, and on education reform in developing countries.
International Education has become an increasingly prominent and urgent matter in recent decades. Since the 1990 and 2000 Education for All conferences in Thailand, and Senegal, educational access and quality have been important parts of a global development agenda. More recently, theUnited Nations Millennium Development Goals have called for dramatic increases in educational access and ensuring equity for those disadvantaged by national and regional power structures.
International Education for the Millennium offers a detailed and comprehensive look at this vitally important field. Centrally concerned with the development of successful education systems and institutions throughout the world, the volume addresses those pressing questions—about access, equity, and quality—that inform the field today. The volume sheds light on important areas within this vast field: on contemporary theoretical work and research; on a range of national and international policies; and on education reform in developing countries.
A volume that considers international education on the global, national, and local levels—and that addresses theoretical, scholarly, and practical matters—International Education for the Millennium offers an impressive array of ideas, perspectives, and resources for scholars, policymakers, and practitioners.