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|Description:||xi, 232 pages : 1 figure, 11 table ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Globalization and the governance of national education systems --
How does education decentralization work and what has it achieved? --
The state gives, the state takes : educational restructuring in Norway --
Steps of educational decentralization in Greece : between delegation and deconcentration --
School autonomy in Nicaragua : two case studies --
Decentralization in Senegal : ambiguous agendas for community education --
Technocratic school governance and South Africa's quest for democratic participation --
Educational decentralization in Mozambique : a case study in the region of Nampula --
Decentralization and community participation : school clusters in Cambodia --
People's participation in school governance? Realties of educational decentralization in Nepal --
Educational governance : comparison of some aspects.
|Responsibility:||edited by Holger Daun.|
From the reviews: "...I think this book is of great importance globally. It should appeal to policy makers, teacher educators and school administrators around the world." (Dr. Joseph Zajda,