EFOP 3006 - SOCIAL CHANGE IN LOCAL AND GLOBAL CONTEXTS
Today's rapid social changes affect the education policies embedded in our social systems. It is one way in which the past helps shape the present and future. In this course, comparative policy approaches are used to study how systems' policies are constructed and experienced locally, nationally, and globally, often all at the same time. Complex and often conflicted policy perspectives can help us better understand the effects of time, technology, history, politics, and culture. Multiple perspectives of these policies in systems can help us better describe, predict, give voice to, frame, interpret, and map their consequences.
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