An Essay Review of the 12-volume Globalization in Education Series
Abstract:The purpose of this extended review of globalization in the 2010 Zajda series is to discuss some of the salient conceptual and pedagogical ideas that are relevant to the future of schooling around the world. The idea that people, goods, money and ideas are moving faster and faster around the world have implications for education has now become real. Globalization and education are interconnected. In my discussion, I will attempt to focus on the following questions: To what extent does comparative discourse on globalization change the politics of educational reform, pedagogical and ideological direction towards a transformational global society? Does the Zajda 2010 series on globalization offer hope for a better future for schooling around the world?
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Florida International University
Publication date: January 1, 2010
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