First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Volume 76, Number 3 & 4, 2002
Contents: S.P. Heyneman, General Introduction--Global Issues in Education. S.P. Heyneman, How Should Education be Managed and How Should Policy be Decided. (Introduction to the First Half of Double Issue) Part I:Finance and Administration (Chicago, Holland, Russia, Israel, Britain, and Guinea). K.K. Wong, G.L. Sunderman, How Bureaucratic are Big City School Systems? F.J.G. Janssens, F.L. Leeuw, Schools Make a Difference, but Each Difference is Different: On Dutch Schools and Educational Equality: Trends and Challenges. O. Bain, The Cost of Higher Education to Students and Parents in Russia: Tuition Policy Issues. D. Gibton, E. Goldring, The Role of Legislation in Educational Decentralization: The Case of Israel and Britain. J. Schwille, M. Dembélé, A.M. Diallo, Teacher Improvement Projects in Guinea: Lessons Learned From Taking a Program to National Scale. Part II:The Tole of Policy and Research (Britain, Latvia, and Multilateral). J. Tooley, The Quality of Educational Research: A Perspective From Great Britain. T.M. Smith, D.P. Baker, World-Wide Growth and Institutionalization of Statistical Indicators for Education Policy-Making. I. Dedza, G. Catlaks, Who Makes Education Policy in Latvia? I. Dedza, G. Catlaks, A Passport to Social Cohesion and Economic Prosperity: Report on Education in Latvia 2000. S.P. Heyneman, Why Invest in Education? What Organizational Roles are Appropriate? (Introduction to Second Half of Double Issue) Part III:Human Capital and Social Cohesion. A. Blom, L. Holm-Nielsen, D. Verner, Education, Earnings, and Inequality in Brazil, 1982-1998: Implications for Education Policy. R. Desjardins, The Effects of Learning on Economic and Social Well-Being: A Comparative Analysis. A. Green, J. Preston, Education and Social Cohesion: Re-Centering the Debate. Part IV:Multilateral Development Banks and Religious Organizations. N.C. Alexander, Paying for Education: How the World Bank and the IMF Influence Education in Developing Countries. K. Marshall, Development and Religion: A Different Lens on Development Debates.