The newest edition of European Education has a number of great new articles on a wide variety of educational issues in Europe. Geographically, the issue contains papers that deal with the Baltic countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kyrgyzstan, and the Russian Federation. It addresses such topics as internationalization, corruption, language policy, and teacher professionalism. There are also several book reviews and the latest news from the Comparative Education Society in Europe.
25 September 2013
11 September 2013
Table of Contents Volume 45 Number 2 (Summer 2013)
Editorial IntroductionIveta Silova and Noah W. Sobe
When Corruption Gets in the Way
Befriending Diaspora and EU-nionizing Bosnia's Higher Education
Language Policy and the Internationalization of Higher Education in the Baltic Countries
Rita Kaša and Ali Ait Si Mhamed
"Leave Me Alone—Simply Let Me Teach"
An Exploration of Teacher Professionalism in Kyrgyzstan
(Re)Thinking Teacher Networking in the Russian Federation
Kate Lapham and Sarah Lindemann-Komarova
XXVI Conference 2014, Freiburg, Germany 10-13 June 2014
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