Educational Decentralization

Asian Experiences and Conceptual Contributions

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4356-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-4358-1 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIII

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    Pages 1-7

    INTRODUCTION

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    Pages 9-25

    STRATEGIES OF EDUCATIONAL DECENTRALIZATION: KEY QUESTIONS AND CORE ISSUES

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    Pages 27-41

    WALKING ON THREE LEGS: CENTRALIZATION, DECENTRALIZATION, AND RECENTRALIZATION IN CHINESE EDUCATION

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    Pages 43-58

    THE EFFECTS OF LOCAL INTERPRETATION OF DECENTRALIZATION POLICY ON SCHOOL AUTONOMY IN GUANGDONG PROVINCE OF CHINA

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    Pages 59-70

    LIMITED DECENTRALIZATION IN THE SINGAPORE EDUCATION SYSTEM

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    Pages 71-95

    BUILDING AND DIVERSIFYING EDUCATION SYSTEMS: EVOLVING PATTERNS AND CONTRASTING TRENDS IN HONG KONG AND MACAU

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    Pages 97-113

    TRENDS AND ISSUES IN DEREGULATION AND DECENTRALIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION IN JAPAN

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    Pages 115-128

    EDUCATIONAL DECENTRALIZATION IN KOREA: MAJOR ISSUES AND CONTROVERSIES

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    Pages 129-147

    TRANSFERRING AUTHORITY TO LOCAL SCHOOL COMMUNITIES IN INDONESIA: AMBITIOUS PLANS, MIXED RESULTS

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    Pages 149-158

    CENTRALIZED DECENTRALIZATION IN MALAYSIAN EDUCATION

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    Pages 159-176

    DECENTRALIZATION OF EDUCATIONAL GOVERNANCE IN INDIA: TRENDS AND ISSUES

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    Pages 177-190

    DOES RHETORIC ALWAYS MATCH REALITY? AN OVERVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL DECENTRALIZATION IN KERALA, INDIA

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    Pages 191-209

    DECENTRALIZATION AND DEVOLUTION IN PAKISTAN: EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE PRAETORIAN INTERPRETATION

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    Pages 211-222

    EFFORTS TOWARD DECENTRALIZATION: IDEOLOGY VS. REALITY—THE SRI LANKAN CASE

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    Pages 223-242

    CONCLUSION: CONNECTING THEORY AND PRACTICE IN EFFORTS TO DECENTRALIZE EDUCATION SYSTEMS IN ASIA

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 243-243