|LC Classifications||LA 1051 H12 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
This cutting edge work offers an alternative perspective on existing paradigms of modernization and development that originated in the West from the vantage point of non-western, late-modernizing societies. It considers how East Asian philosophical ideas enrich the reformulation of the concept of. Chinese experience-namely, education in the People's Republic of China. As such, it includes thirteen contributions from specialists from all around the world. Beginning with historical perspectives, it goes on to formal and nonformal systems of education, and to issues and groups in education and modernization. Offering an alternative discourse on modernization and development viewed specifically from the East Asia perspective, this book focuses its analysis on the Korean experience of modernization and development. It considers the broad range of societal transformations which have occurred over the past. Developing Asia and the Pacific provides a rich array of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) experiences, but too often these have recorded only modest results. Higher Education Countries in Asia and the Pacific are realizing that their economies cannot compete in a globalized world without a growing cadre of people with advanced degrees.
single publicationEducation and National Development in Asia: Trends, Issues, Policies, and Strategies. This study in turn was an input into ADB’s education sector policy paper. The five technical working papers contain a great deal of useful data and analysis, and it is important to ensure that they are fully available to educationFile Size: KB. is a platform for academics to share research papers. 1. The Crisis in Modernization Theory The period following the second World War has witnessed the advent of a massive and unprecedented project of social engineering in Third World countries, variously termed industrialization, modernization, or development-*-; and justified on the basis of a supposedCited by: 1. There are two serious problems of education in India, which still continue even after 63 years of independence. One, still education is not freely and easily available to all in the country; two, the education system is still not fully modernized in the country.
It considers how East Asian philosophical ideas enrich the reformulation of the concept of development or societal development, and how influential principles of traditional culture such as yin-yang dialectic interact with modern ideas and technology. It addresses the significance of alternative discourses as culturally independent scholarship, and the problems of pervasive mechanisms of social, political, Price: $ Education and development the issues and the evidence - Education Research Paper No. 06, , 61 p. [Table of Contents] [Next Page] Department for International Development - Education papers This is one of a series of Education Papers issued from time to time by the Education Division of the Department for International Size: KB. WASHINGTON, Ap — "Education must face modernization, the world, and the future." China's Deputy Director General of Basic Education Wang Dinghua chose reformer Deng Xiaoping's words to describe why education is critical to the country's development. "We need to shift from a nation with large human resources to a nation with strong human resouces," continued Wang. Education has played a key role in the global economic growth and poverty reduction. But many people still ask, “why invest in Education?”. This is because it is very difficult to measure and quantify the benefits of Education. The benefits of Education can be classified into Private and Social terms: Private Benefits: Positive effect.