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Education in Eastern Europe and Eurasia

reviewed by Andreas Nordin — February 08, 2015

coverTitle: Education in Eastern Europe and Eurasia
Author(s): Nadiya Ivanenko
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic, London
ISBN: 1623564808, Pages: 360, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 08, 2015
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  • Andreas Nordin
    Linnaeus University
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    ANDREAS NORDIN is senior lecturer in Education at the Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden. His research interests include global education policy and the role that transnational policy actors such as the EU and the OECD plays in the governance of national educational systems, with special reference to the Nordic countries. Together with PhD Daniel Sundberg he has recently published the edited volume Transnational policy flows in European Education published at Symposium Books, Oxford. He is currently involved in a historical research project focusing on the governing of the Swedish school in the tension field between centralization and decentralization called Who governed the Swedish school? 60 years of recurrent reforms in a changing world funded by the Swedish Research Council.
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