About this series
Education holds the key to unlock human resources that a society needs to survive and flourish. This is particularly salient in a borderless knowledge economy. For the past decades, the sterling performance of economies such as Hong Kong, Finland, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan in international studies (e.g., TIMSS, PIRLS and PISA) has attracted much attention internationally.
Researchers, policy makers and practitioners all over the world wish to understand how education innovations propel the emerging systems from good to great to excellent, and how their trajectories will provide insights for reforms in the education system, schooling innovation, and classroom practices. The Education Innovation Book Series delves into education innovations enacted by these emerging systems and situates them in both the local and the broader international contexts. The series primarily focuses on pedagogy and classroom practices; education policy formulation and implementation; school and instructional leadership; and the context and interface between education research, policy and practice. We believe that the latter is critical in making education innovations come to bear. Each volume documents insights and lessons learned based on empirical research (both quantitative and qualitative) and theoretical analyses. Implications to research, policy and professional practice are surfaced through comparing and synthesizing their experience in the process of comparative studies on successful reforms around the world.
The audience of the edited volumes and monographs published in this series includes researchers, policy makers, practitioners and students in the fields of education and teacher education, and public policies related to learning and human resources.
Please contact Grace Ma (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) for submitting book proposals for this series.