Education Reform From An International Perspective

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A great deal of comparative work on education reform is now being done, but this work often lacks a clearly articulated conceptual frame. This paper, based on a study of change in five jurisdictions in four countries, develops a model of reform based on four interactive elements - origins, adoption, implementation, and outcomes. Within each of these elements, questions and concepts from the relevant literature are developed with the intent of building a more comprehensive approach to the analysis of reform from political, organizational and educational perspectives.

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Levin, B. (2001). Education Reform From An International Perspective. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 9, 14. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v9n14.2001
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Benjamin Levin, Manitoba Education and Training

Benjamin Levin is Deputy Minister of Advanced Education and Deputy Minister of Education, Training and Youth for the Province of Manitoba, in which capacity he is the chief civil servant responsible for these areas. He is filling this position on secondment from The University of Manitoba where he is professor of educational administration with particular interests in education policy, politics and economics. This is his third article for EPAA.