Staying Relevant: Commonwealth Education at 60

@article{Kreling2019StayingRC,
  title={Staying Relevant: Commonwealth Education at 60},
  author={Beth Kreling and P. Williams},
  journal={The Round Table},
  year={2019},
  volume={108},
  pages={355 - 365}
}
Education, once a mainly domestic concern, has been affected as much as any sector by the forces of globalisation and international connectivity. A country’s global standing now depends, in part, on its education provision. Schools, pupil performance and curricula are subject to external scrutiny and international rankings. School and college places have become a commodity, forming part of a country’s export trade. Online educational provision means courses are offered across national… Expand

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