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Education, Privatisation and Social Justice: case studies from Africa, South Asia and South East Asia


reviewed by Rohit Setty — January 16, 2015

coverTitle: Education, Privatisation and Social Justice: case studies from Africa, South Asia and South East Asia
Author(s): Ian Macpherson, Susan Robertson, & Geoffrey Walford (Eds.)
Publisher: Symposium Books, Oxford
ISBN: 1873927371, Pages: 312, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 16, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17824, Date Accessed: 4/20/2018 8:22:13 PM

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  • Rohit Setty
    University of Michigan
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    ROHIT SETTY is a recent United States–India Educational Foundation Fulbright–Nehru Fellow with the NCERT’s Regional Institute of Education, Mysore, and a graduate of the University of Michigan. His work centres on the intersections of policy and practice as they relate to in-service teacher education in India and abroad. Currently, his research explores the policies, the practices, and the possibilities of Indian teacher education. He has worked with faculty and research centers across India on textbook reform, teacher education curriculum reform, and the enactment of teacher education. He has written for the Indian Express, Eklavya, the Annual Review of Comparative and International Education, and several academic journals in the U.S. over the past few years. Rohit earned his Bachelor's Degree in Social Science and Secondary Education from James Madison University in 1998. He completed his MA in South Asian Studies from the University of Michigan in 2007, where he explored educational issues in India through the multiple perspectives of history, anthropology, economics, business, religion, and architecture. And he completed his PhD in Teaching & Teacher Education at the University of Michigan in 2013. He has taught in Virginia, Japan, and New Zealand as a secondary school teacher and has worked with in-service and pre-service Social Studies teachers across Michigan and in India over the last 12 years.
 
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