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Autonomy in education and implications for the institution and the subject.
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2014)
Like many other philosophers and educationalists, Durkheim and Habermas understand education to have a political function. Education is understood as a means to assure socioZpolitical stability ...
The meaning of partnership in development: lessons in development education
(Center for Global Education, 2011)
A number of partnerships between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the global North and South have been developed in recent decades with the aim of bridging the North/South knowledge divisions which currently exist. ...
'Education about religions and beliefs (ERB) and ethics in the primary school: Consultation paper’ A response
(NCCA [National Council for Curriculum and Assessment], 2016)
Education in West Africa as a contested space between global politics and local cultures: an exploration through critical discourse analysis
This research contributes to the discourse on resolving some of the challenges facing contemporary education-formal schooling across West Africa, particularly the challenge of resentment toward formal schooling in the ...