This course covers a range of theories that apply to the study of globalization and international education policies, as well as the history of aid to education. Students will study the characteristics and critiques of major institutions that design policies and conduct operations which impact education globally, including multilateral agencies, non-governmental organizations, and private foundations. Students will furthermore study key issue areas that are targeted by international education policies, including testing, privatization, education in fragile states, and gender equity.
International Education Policy and Leadership
Monday, November 7, 2016 to Monday, February 13, 2017