European educational policy statements 1974-1983.
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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL22324415M
ISBN 109282401545

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  The Formation of Educational Policy and the Historical Development Process of European Union European Union was established by the six leader European countries (Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg) after WWII firstly in order to set an economic union among them (Fontaine, ). The Handbook of Educational Policy provides a comprehensive overview of policy questions in education reform at local, state, and national levels. The book raises controversial questions, such as who really benefits from educational reform, and investigates issues of accountability, assessment, educational fads, technology in education, and other matters of educational policy. The results of the conference are presented in this book. Until now, empirical evidence supporting policies and reforms in higher education has often been a matter of local or regional focus. The development of a pan-European process in higher education policy drives a need to explore wider research topics on which to base policies. This volume focuses on policies and changes in schools and classrooms. The studies on school changes present the differences in the policies and challenges of K schools and universities in different countries and regions, and in connection with the contradictions and conflicts between tradition and modernization, as well as the changing roles of various stakeholders, especially that of.

Central to the volume is the issue of European institutions’ intervention in higher education: building a common area for higher education in a domain protected by subsidiarity is no easy task, and one that must consider the supra-national, national and institutional levels that all play a role in policy . This book fleshes out activities and initiatives in the field of education from across areas of European Union competence in order to highlight the extent to which education and training have penetrated the European Community’s policymaking since its creation.   It examines the relationship between educational policy and educational practice, and sheds new light on important debates and controversies within the field. EP blends the best of educational research with the world of practice, making it a valuable resource for educators, policy makers, administrators, researchers, teachers, and graduate. education policy reforms that have been attempted over the last 50 years is quite extensive, and recently the UK (and in particular England and Wales) has introduced many innovative market-oriented reforms to its education system, in an attempt to raise standards.