The institutionalization of the geography of education: An international perspective

  title={The institutionalization of the geography of education: An international perspective},
  author={Silvie R. Ku{\vc}erov{\'a} and Sarah L. Holloway and Holger Jahnke},
  journal={Journal of Pedagogy},
  pages={13 - 34}
Abstract The geography of education is a young field of research. This article makes two innovative contributions to knowledge about the evolution of this body of work. First, it presents a three-fold history of the field, delineating distinct phases in its development. Second, it draws out both linkages across, and disparities between, geographies of education in different language traditions. The analysis includes longer established German-language, Francophone and Anglophone oeuvres, as well… 
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