Reading balancing change and tradition in global education reform is like being on an interesting sixteen stop world study tour i also recommend the book because rotberg carefully and thoughtfully pieced together the concluding chapter. Balancing change and tradition in global education reform is an invaluable resource for policymakers faculty students and anyone interested in how decisions made about the education system ultimately affect the quality of education educational access and social justice. Balancing change and tradition in global education reform couldnt have come at a more propitious moment demands for american schools to reinvent themselves are invariably accompanied by references to international test scores that show our students performing poorly compared with their peers from other countries. Iris c rotberg editor is research professor of education policy at the graduate school of education and human development at the george washington university in washington dc. In balancing change and tradition in global education reform rotberg brings together examples of current education reforms in sixteen countries written by insiders this book goes beyond myths and stereotypes and describes the difficult trade offs countries make as they attempt to implement reforms in the context of societal and global change
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