Secondary Education in a Changing World

Among the educational issues facing policy makers, public officials, and citizens in modern democratic and industrial societies, one of the most contentious has been that of the place and role of secondary education. This series is edited by two of the most respected scholars of secondary education and incorporates interdisciplinary perspectives on the secondary institution around the world. This series focuses on the works of senior scholars as well as up-and-coming junior scholars, and addresses issues that have global significance. Some of the issues that the series addresses are: what is the purpose of the secondary institution? How do we decide what the curriculum of a secondary institution should be? How should they be organized? What roles should teachers and administrators play? What about the size? The role of parents? What is the proper mix of state and private control in the regulation of secondary schools?

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