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'This book is written in a very accessible style and offers an excellent introduction to the field of comparative and international education. The chapters are well organised and the case studies presented within them are invaluable in extending the understanding of the issues discussed. This book is a must read for those who are genuinely interested in this field.'
'This book is written in a very accessible style and offers an excellent introduction to the field of comparative and international education... A must read for those who are genuinely interested in this field.'
It covers a wide range of topics, and has a lot of thought-provoking activities to guide students to engage with topics and case studies and thereby deepen their understanding.
This has supported an exploration of the topic for students who can take a broad view of education with an international perspective.
This book is more suited to foundation degree students and it goes in depth of a number of topics that we don't need to cover on level 3.
An interesting and at times thought provoking book which supports this complex area of study.
This book will be suitable for our library.
A useful and thought provoking text for one of our new International Perspectives in Early Years modules.
A very nice reading for a curriculum course to provoke students' ideas about globalization and education as well as equity/ gender and multicultural education issues
a book which begins to explain comparative and international education and is set out clearly and easy to follow. A worth while text.
I opened this book when it arrived and was immediately engrossed - to the point of being late for a class! Took the book into the Foundation Degree class with me and nearly lost it. Students were cross that we are at the end of the module (Early Years Frameworks - UK and International) and it would have been really useful. I will recommend it for next year's group from the start. Excellent book.
Good introductory text for students.