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Handan Xuebu: What We Can and Should Learn from Other Countries


by Yong Zhao August 18, 2011

American policy makers and pundits are in love with some foreign education systems and are working hard to bring their policies and practices home. Many presently proposed reform policies and practices are rationalized based on international comparisons. But is this infatuation justified? What can we really learn from other countries?


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 18, 2011
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16516, Date Accessed: 7/26/2017 2:48:17 AM

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  • Yong Zhao
    University of Oregon
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    YONG ZHAO is Presidential Chair and Associate Dean for Global Education at the College of Education, University of Oregon. He is the author of Catching Up or Leading the Way: American Education in the Age of Globalization (ASCD, 2009). He blogs at: http://zhaolearning.com
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