Building Global Education with a Local Perspective: An by Emmanuel Jean Francois

By Emmanuel Jean Francois

"Glocal" schooling melds the industrial benefits of globalizing greater schooling with some great benefits of incorporating neighborhood views. This ebook explores glocal education's intent; social, cultural, and monetary foundations; key strategies; and implementation.

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Quality assurance policies and practices are the responsibility of accrediting agencies or entities, which can be governmental or nongovernmental, depending on the country. For example, in the United States, standards for institutions and programs are developed by voluntary nonprofit agencies (Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Southern Association of 30 B U I L D I N G G L O B A L E D U C AT IO N Colleges and Schools, and Western Association of Schools and Colleges) and various specialized or national accrediting agencies that accredit postsecondary institutions.

Structural adjustment, privatization) promoted by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under the inf luence of imperialist countries that wanted to create new markets for their products and services. Obviously, evolvement of globalism through globalization was facilitated by new progress in information and communication technology (ICT) that enabled quick and direct access to consumers worldwide. Through globalization, industrialized countries easily conquered new markets that would require long process of negotiation and signature of bilateral or multilateral agreements.

P. 7) Higher education plays a strategic role in the development of strategies to instill the values, skills, and knowledge that helps strengthen economic, cultural, and even political ties among countries across the world (Lovett, 2008). In this sense, higher education impacts more than just national education policy; it also and especially impacts international and/or global education policy. Experts in public policy believe that the United States should reposition its leadership and competitiveness in the world through the definition of a new international or global education policy (Treverton and Bikson, 2003).

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