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RECOUP Working Paper 17. Globalising the School Curriculum: Gender, EFA and Global Citizenship Education.

@inproceedings{Marshall2008RECOUPWP,
  title={RECOUP Working Paper 17. Globalising the School Curriculum: Gender, EFA and Global Citizenship Education.},
  author={H. Marshall and M. Arnot},
  year={2008}
}
  • H. Marshall, M. Arnot
  • Published 2008
  • Political Science
  • Whilst the link between access, quality of schooling and gender equality in promotion Education for All is vital, the problematic nature of this agenda for the curriculum in developing countries is not sufficiently recognized. Previous sociological research indicates the contradictions between the social reproductive elements and the egalitarian potential of a ‘globalised curriculum’ especially in the complex postcolonial scenario of developing economies. A close reading of the EFA Global… CONTINUE READING
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