Camilla Addey, Teachers College, Columbia University
Sam Sellar, Manchester Metropolitan University
The growing influence of global education policies is well established by globalization studies. These papers engage with the negotiation and construction of these global discourses, as well as with the dynamics through which they shape (and are shaped) by local realities.
- Governing Education in a Globalized World: The challenges of harmonizing policy priorities [Forthcoming]
- Globalization and the Neoliberal Imaginary of Educational Reform
- Does Watching Help? In search of the theory of change for education monitoring
- Education for Global Citizenship: A framework for discussion
- Reflections on Progress, Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship
These papers engage with recent debates on the increasingly central role of non-state actors in education provision and governance. They explore what is behind such trends, as well as their consequences, in particular on our understanding of education as a public good.
- Public Education and the Global Assessment Industry: Tensions and opportunities [Forthcoming]
- Education as a Public and Common Good
- Public-Private Partnerships as an Education Policy Approach
- Privatization in Education
- Revisiting the Principle of Education as a Public Good
In a context of rapid societal and technological change, there is a need to rethink the purpose of education and the organization of learning. These papers explore the implications of this changing landscape, both for teaching and learning practices, as well as for the aims of education.
- The Futures of Learning 1: Why must learning content and methods change in the 21st century?
- The Futures of Learning 2: What kind of learning for the 21st century?
- The Futures of Learning 3: What kind of pedagogies for the 21st century?
- Re-interpreting Learning
- Curriculum in the 21st Century
- Learning to Live Together: Revisiting the humanism of the Delors Report
- Revisiting Learning: The Treasure Within – assessing the influence of the 1996 Delors Report
Over the past decade, large-scale learning assessments have become a central focus of education policy debates around the world. These papers examine a range of issues related to the evolving nature of assessment practices, and examines their potential longer-term implications.s around the world. These papers examine a range of issues related to the evolving nature of assessment practices, and examines their potential longer-term implications.
- Is It Worth It? Rationales for (non)participation in cross-national assessments [New]
- Digital Learning Assessment and Big Data [Forthcoming]
- Beyond the Conceptual Maze: The notion of quality in education
- Rethinking Education in Catalonia: The Escola Nova 21 alliance – A case study
- Lifelong learning from a social justice perspective
- Teachers and the Quality of Basic Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
- Higher Education’s Response to Present–Day Shocks
- Fragility of Power: A challenge for education
- Desire and Doubt: Driving forces of creativity and rationality?
- The Challenges of Creativity