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International Education for the Millennium: Toward Access, Equity, and Quality.

9780916690465

International education for the millennium; toward access, equity, and quality.

Ed. by Benjamin Piper et al.

Harvard Education Press

2006

317 pages

$32.95

Paperback

Harvard Educational Review, reprint series; no.42

LB2322

A combination of original essays and articles reprinted from the Harvard Educational Review discuss education development in countries of the global South, focusing on inequality. Researchers and teachers from around the world cover frameworks and theoretical perspectives, transitions and reform, and community solutions for educational change.

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