By Brian Lanahan
This publication examines the heritage of Bosnia and post-conflict Bosnian schooling within the environment of a society a great deal nonetheless politically divided. Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) serves because the ideal case examine for analyzing how schooling evolves in the context of huge state-building efforts and mass academic reform. targeting concerns imperative to winning schooling in a democracy, Lanahan highlights the significance of the governance buildings of the Dayton Peace Accords, the cut up nature of schooling in BiH, the overseas community’s involvement in schooling, instructor schooling, and better schooling reform.
Drawing on a wealth of study through nationwide and overseas specialists, this booklet presents a fascinating and well timed research of world governance, nearby integration, and oversight through the overseas neighborhood over a 20-year interval for policymakers to think about as they proceed to create coverage for different rising democracies. either lecturers and practitioners within the box of overseas schooling and improvement will locate this a useful text.
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