American Education in a Global Society: Internationalizing Teacher Education Gerald L. Gutek

ISBN: 9780801305306

Published: August 1st 1992

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276 pages


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American Education in a Global Society: Internationalizing Teacher Education  by  Gerald L. Gutek

American Education in a Global Society: Internationalizing Teacher Education by Gerald L. Gutek
August 1st 1992 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 276 pages | ISBN: 9780801305306 | 10.36 Mb

Placing American education in a worldwide context! This work is based on the premise that we live in two realities: the reality of a nation- state and the reality of a global society inhabiting a common planet. The author contends that the tensionsMorePlacing American education in a worldwide context!

This work is based on the premise that we live in two realities: the reality of a nation- state and the reality of a global society inhabiting a common planet. The author contends that the tensions between these two realities play a significant role in shaping educational policy in the United States and other nations.

By placing American education in a worldwide context, Gutek can explore the changing perspectives in international education, how Americans view their international role historically, and the challenges faced by developed and developing nations. He also features a section on how different nations--the United Kingdom, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, Mexico, Japan, China, and Nigeria--educate students for their own distinct version of national identity and citizenship.



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