Post-Education-for-All and Sustainable Development Paradigm: Structural Changes with Diversifying Actors and Norms Vol: 29

Shoko Yamada
Nagoya University, Japan

Alexander W. Wiseman
Lehigh University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781784412715
Published:
27 Jun 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
392 pages - 152 x 229 x 23mm
Series:
International Perspectives on Education and Society
As the target year of achieving Education for All development goals approached in 2015, there were discussions about the post-EFA agenda, a process parallel to setting the post-Millennium Development Goals. This transition should not be understood simply as a normative framework. It has coincided with changes in structure, actors, modes of interactions, and practices. The emergence of new types of donors who used to be recipients of aid is changing the landscape of international educational development. Transnational networks of civil society actors gained power to set the discourse at multiple levels, through their global mission-driven and expertise-based advocacy. Advanced communication technologies and broader participation increased the amount of ideas exchanged, while the global governance structure becomes more centralized in its decision making.
Theorizing the Paradigm Shift in Educational Development - Shoko Yamada PART I: POST-EFA DISCOURSE IN THE HISTORICAL, STRUCTURAL, NORMATIVE, AND GEOPOLITICAL CONTEXTS Education for All as a Global Regime of Educational Governance: Issues and Tensions - Leon Tikly Post-EFA Global Discourse: The Process of Shaping the Shared View of the ‘Education Community’ - Shoko Yamada 67 Asian Regionality and Post-2015 Consultation: Donors’ Self-Images and the Discourse - Shoko Yamada PART II: PERSPECTIVES FROM ASIA AND PACIFIC: CASES OF TRADITIONAL AND NON-TRADITIONAL DONORS Japanese Educational Aid in Transition: The Challenge to Transform from a Traditional Donor to a New Partner - Shoko Yamada and Kazuhiro Yoshida The Korean Model of ODA: A Critical Review of Its Concept and Practices Reflected in Educational ODA - Bong Gun Chung Positioning China’s Aid to Educational Development in Africa: Past, Present, and Post-2015 - Changsong Niu and Jing Liu South-South Cooperation: India’s Programme of Development Assistance - Nature, Size and Functioning - Jandhyala B. G. Tilak The United States - A “Traditional” Outlier in Transition - James H. Williams Conclusion - Shoko Yamada
Edited by Shoko Yamada, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan

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