2007 Institute (Sept. 9-21)

The institute brings together mid-career individuals from China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, the Republic of Korea and Thailand to focus on the theme of privatization as well as ideas developed in previous seminars.

CORE MATERIALS

• List of 2007 Participants ( PDF )
• Draft Schedule and Staff Bios ( PDF )

Readings

1. “Globalization and Education: Characteristics, Dynamics, Implications” – Deane Neubauer ( PDF )
2. “The Intractable Dominant Educational Paradigm” – John Hawkins ( PDF )
3. The Role of Crossborder Education in the Debate on Education as a Public Good and Private Commodity – Jane Knight ( PDF )
4. Restructuring Higher Education : Public-Private Partnership – Molly N.N. Lee( PDF )
5. Public Goods and Private Commodities-The Case of Higher Education – Deane Neubauer ( PDF )
6. Education as a Knowledge Enterprise – Deane Neubauer(  PDF )
7. The Changing Role of Leadership – Victor Ordonez ( PDF )

Presentations

1.The Intractable Dominant Educational Paradigm (PDF)
John Hawkins
2. Globalization, Quality Assurance and Higher Education: Trends In Asia/Pacific (PDF)
John Hawkins &  Deane Neubauer
3. Higher Education In Asia: An Overview (PDF)
John Hawkins & Victor Ordoniz
4. Group Presentation (PDF)
IFE Group Participants
5. The Role Of Crossborder Education In The Debate On Education As A Public Good And Private Commodity (PDF)
Jane Knight
6. Globalization and Education:  Characteristics, Dynamics, Implications (PDF)
Deane Neubauer
7. The Public Good And Public Goods In Higher Education (PDF)
Deane Neubauer
8. Education As A Knowledge Industry (PDF)
Deane Neubauer
9. International Forum For Education 2020 (PDF)
Deane Neubauer
10. The Changed And Changing Characteristics Of The 21st Century Environment And The Resulting Challenges For Pre-College Schooling (PDF)
Siegfried Ramler

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