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Education and NGOs

reviewed by D. Brent Edwards, Jr. & Stephanie M. Hall - August 09, 2016

coverTitle: Education and NGOs
Author(s): Lorraine Pe Symaco
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic, London
ISBN: 1472589661, Pages: 194, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 09, 2016
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21592, Date Accessed: 9/29/2020 9:46:55 AM

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  • D. Brent Edwards, Jr.
    University of Hawaii, Manoa
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    D. BRENT EDWARDS JR. is an Assistant Professor of Theory and Methodology in the Study of Education at the University of Hawaii, Manoa. His work focuses on (a) the global governance of education; (b) education policy, politics and political economy, with a focus on low-income countries; and (c) critical engagement and democratic alternatives to dominant neoliberal education models. Geographically, these three areas of focus have lead to research primarily in Mexico, Colombia, Central America (El Salvador, Honduras), and Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines). In addition to his work appearing in such journals as Comparative Education Review, Comparative Education, Journal of Education Policy, Prospects, and Education Policy Analysis Archives, among others, he has two books, titled International Education Policy and the Global Reform Agenda: Education with Community Participation in El Salvador and The Political Economy of Schooling in Cambodia: Issues of Equity and Quality (both with Palgrave MacMillan).
  • Stephanie Hall
    University of Maryland College Park
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    STEPHANIE M. HALL is a PhD student in International Education Policy at the University of Maryland College Park. Her research focuses on higher education and teacher education policies in both Brazil and the United States, with particular interest in the role of privatization in education. She has a forthcoming paper in Critical Studies in Education which examines ongoing student-led protests in Brazilian public schools. Stephanie's dissertation will explore federal involvement in teacher education in Brazil with a focus on the nature of public and private sector participation in educator preparation. Prior to beginning her doctorate, Stephanie earned her M.A. in Educational Leadership and Administration from the George Washington University and worked as a high school teacher and school administrator in the Brazilian cities of Porto Alegre and Belo Horizonte.
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