International Handbook of Educational Reform

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INTERNATIONAL
HANDBOOK
OF
EDUCATIONAL REFORM

Edited by Peter W. Cookson Jr., Alan R. Sadovnik, and Susan F. Semel

GREENWOOD PRESS

New York • Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • References 1
  • Part I Educational Reform in the 1980s: National Case Studies 9
  • 2 Argentina 11
  • 3 Australia 39
  • 4 Brazil 51
  • 5 Canada 69
  • References 88
  • References 88
  • 6 China 97
  • 7 Colombia 115
  • References 126
  • 8 Cuba 131
  • References 145
  • 9 Arab Republic of Egypt 149
  • References 166
  • References 169
  • 11 Germany 183
  • References 206
  • 12 Great Britain 209
  • 13 Hong Kong 229
  • References 248
  • 14 Hungary 251
  • References 262
  • 15 India 265
  • References 279
  • 16 Iran 283
  • Note 303
  • Note 303
  • 17 Israel 305
  • Note 318
  • Note 318
  • 18 Japan 321
  • References 341
  • 19 Kenya 345
  • References 357
  • 20 Mexico 359
  • References 382
  • References 383
  • 21 Nicaragua 387
  • References 400
  • 22 Norway 403
  • References 415
  • 23 Peru 417
  • References 427
  • South Africa 429
  • References 440
  • 25 United States 443
  • References 469
  • 26 Ussr 473
  • References 489
  • 27 Yugoslavia 495
  • References 520
  • Notes 523
  • References 540
  • References 540
  • Part II Comparative Issues in Stratification 543
  • 29 Women and Higher Education Reforms: Expansion Without Equality 545
  • References 558
  • References 558
  • 30 Issues of Class and Educational Reform in Comparative Perspective 561
  • References 575
  • Selected Bibliography 579
  • Index 583
  • About the Contributors 611
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