International Education for the Millennium: Toward Access, Equity, And Quality
A volume that considers international education on the global, national, and local levels--and that addresses theoretical, scholarly, and practical matters--International Education for the Millennium offers an impressive array of ideas, perspectives, and resources for scholars, policymakers, and practitioners.
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Frameworks and Theoretical Perspectives
Equality and Equity
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