By Ka-ho Mok, Bryant Welch
The focal point of this publication is to envision the becoming influence of globalization on schooling coverage and improvement within the Asia Pacific quarter. It analyzes the response of chosen societies and the recommendations that their governments have followed according to the tidal wave of marketization, corporatization, commercialization, and privatization. specific realization is paid to academic restructuring within the context of globalization.
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Thus, notions such as ‘lifelong learning’, ‘learning society’, continual education have become increasingly popular (Townsend, 1998). The chapters in this volume Given the arguments developed above, how have the contributors to this volume assessed the inﬂuences and effects of globalization upon education in their national case studies? In this chapter, we have discussed how the process of globalization and structural adjustment has affected education in the Asia Paciﬁc region, with particular reference to the increasingly popular ideas of post-modernism, economic rationalism and managerialism, and their impact on public sector management.
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