02 mars 2014

The rise of ‘educational sovereignty’

http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Jason Lane and Kevin Kinser, The Chronicle of Higher Education. For the past several decades, many international branch campuses have operated without much oversight from their home countries and with a sense of diplomatic immunity in their host countries.
[This is an article from The Chronicle of Higher Education, America’s leading higher education publication. It is presented here under an agreement with University World News.]
Recently, however, some countries are following the lead of Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Singapore, and have created structures to regulate foreign education providers within their borders, often giving them special status in the national education system. Read more...
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