1 edition of Access, equity, and capacity in Asia-Pacific higher education found in the catalog.
Access, equity, and capacity in Asia-Pacific higher education
Deane E. Neubauer
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Deane Neubauer and Yoshiro Tanaka|
|Series||International and development education, International & development education|
|LC Classifications||LB2351.4.P16 A23 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 232 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||2010049022|
Content – Overview of diverse conceptualisations of fair access to higher education, their grounding in political and moral philosophy, and their relation to current social and economic trends. McCowan T () Expansion without equity: an analysis of current policy on access to higher education in Brazil. Higher Education, 53(5): – Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific: Strategic responses to globalization provides an authoritative survey of tertiary education in this diverse and dynamic region. Its 23 chapters, written by authors from a dozen different countries, focus successively on the Asia-Pacific as a whole, the strategies of individual universities, and national.
Factors Affecting Access •Education of parents –% of high school seniors expecting to attend a 4-year college or university correlated to education level of parents (NCES ): • % when a parent has high school or less •% when a parent has some college . The online curriculum, developed by the book’s author, Mychal Wynn, consists of videos, links to websites, guided research, narrative writing, and self-reflective activities. The instructions for each unit provide guided questions, designed to guide student’s work and frame the conversations between students, parents, mentors, and cohort.
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Higher education is growing most rapidly in the Asia-Pacific region, and policy makers are facing the task of balancing quality and quantity. This book will help readers and capacity in Asia-Pacific higher education book the current situation of higher education not only in this region but everywhere that they may work.'.
Higher education is growing most rapidly in the Asia-Pacific region, and policy makers are facing the task of balancing quality and quantity. This book will help readers understand the current situation of higher education not only in this region but everywhere that they may work.' - ShinichiBrand: Palgrave Macmillan US.
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Higher education is growing most rapidly in the Asia-Pacific region, and policy makers are facing the task of balancing Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US. Higher education is growing rapidly in the Asia-Pacific region and policy makers are faced with the challenge of balancing quality and quantity.
This book explores common understandings of capacity and the structural problems that have arisen as a result of the expansion of higher education Cited by: Access, equity and capacity are elements within the higher education environment that interact in complex ways to affect virtually all other aspects of such institutions.
This volume examines various features of how these concepts are generated, transformed throughout policy environments, and deployed across the complex differences of higher education in ten countries in the Asia-Pacific : Deane Neubauer, Yoshiro Tanaka.
Particularly within the Asia-Pacific region the expansion of higher education, especially when it has taken the form of rapid massification, brings to the center of policy discourse government efforts to develop effective policies concerned with how higher education can develop greater capacity such that it can provide access to a larger Author: Deane Neubauer, Yoshiro Tanaka.
education school age students and workforce with focus on higher education as well as interpret them and, although more of a diagnostic nature, strive to recommend some useful policy implications for improving equitable access to higher education in the region.
Implications for Access, Equity, and Knowledge Production. Author: Ibrahim O. Oanda,Fatuma N. Chege,Daniel M. Wesonga; Publisher: African Books Collective ISBN: Category: Education Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book addresses the implications of this development in Kenya, with regard to the responsiveness of private higher education to issues of broadening access, equity.
Get this from a library. Access, equity, and capacity in Asia-Pacific higher education. [Deane E Neubauer; Yoshiro Tanaka;] -- "Access, equity and capacity are elements within the higher education environment that interact in complex ways to effect virtually all other aspects of such institutions.
This volume examines. The Effect of Cross-Border Provision on Higher Education Access, Equity and Capacity in the Asia-Pacific Region Chapter (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Access, Equity, and Capacity in Asia-Pacific Higher Education. [Deane E Neubauer; Yoshiro Tanaka] -- Access, equity, and capacity are elements within the higher education environment that interact in complex ways to affect virtually all other aspects of such institutions.
The collection examines how rapidly higher education in the Asia/ Pacific region has been changing over the past decades and brings readers a broader view in this important area." - Angela Yung-chi Hou, Research Fellow and Director of International Exchange, Higher Education Evaluation and Accreditation Council of Taiwan and Professor, Fu Jen Cited by: Higher Education in China: Access, Equity and Equality Figure shows that Projects and helped enroll a larger percent of high-income students than other HEIs.
Government Policy: Affordability, Equity, and Access to Higher Education. As seen in TableIndonesia still has a problem in access and equity in higher education. This is reflected by Indonesia higher education gross enrollment ratios, which are lower, compared to other developing countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, and the : Losina Purnastuti, Rita Eka Izzaty.
Access, Equity and Capacity in Asia Pacific Higher Education IFE Leadership Institute SeptemberJohn Hawkins and Deane Neubauer – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on - id: 4dd-Mzk0O. Equity, access, and success in higher education (English) Abstract. The debate about where and how governments should invest in education has raged for decades.
On one side are those who argue for strong support to basic education (usually towards universal primary education but also now for early childhood education). Access, equity and capacity are elements within the higher education environment that interact in complex ways to effect virtually all other aspects of such institutions.
This volume examines various features of how these concepts are generated, transformed throughout policy environments, and deployed across the complex differences of higher education in ten countries in the Asia-Pacific by: 1.
This volume seeks to identify and explore the forces affecting higher education in the Asia Pacific region today. It includes a set of conceptually-rich organizing chapters followed by detailed country-specific studies that detail both the underlying dynamics of these forces and the manner in which they have affected specific countries.
The growth of private higher education in Malaysia and Bangladesh has been facilitated by the Private Higher Education Institution Act, whereas in India, the growth in private higher education institutions (especially those offering professional Access, equity and quality in private higher education Ved GoelFile Size: 1MB.
Deane E. Neubauer and Yoshiro Tanaka, (eds.) (). Access, Equity, and Capacity in Asia-Pacific Higher Education. International and Development Education. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. PDF; Deane E.
Neubauer, (ed.) (). The Emergent Knowledge Society and the Future of Higher Education: Asian Perspectives. Comparative Development and Policy.Book Description. Higher Education Administration for Social Justice and Equity empowers all administrators in higher education to engage in their work—to make decisions, hire, mentor, budget, create plans, and carry out other day-to-day operations—with a clear commitment to justice, sensitivity to power and privilege, and capacity to facilitate equitable outcomes.Book Description.
The nature of higher education is by no means fixed: it has evolved over time; different models of higher education co-exist alongside each other at present; and, worldwide, there are demands for higher education to change to better help support economic growth and to better fit chagning social and economic circumstances.