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Rethinking Education Unesco Publishing

“Rethinking Education
Towards a global common good?”
2015, 978-92-3-100088-1
UNESCO Publishing

 Contents
Foreword, p. 3
Acknowledgements, p. 5
List of boxes, p. 8
Executive summary, p. 9
Introduction, p. 13

1. Sustainable development: A central concern, p. 19
Challenges and tensions, p. 20
New knowledge horizons, p. 26
Exploring alternative approaches, p. 29

2. Reaffirming a humanistic approach, p. 35
A humanistic approach to education, p. 37
Ensuring more inclusive education, p. 42
The transformation of the educational landscape, p. 47
The role of educators in the knowledge society, p. 54

3. Education policy-making in a complex world, p. 57
The growing gap between education and employment, p. 58
Recognizing and validating learning in a mobile world, p. 62
Rethinking citizenship education in a diverse and interconnected world, p. 65
Global governance of education and national policy-making, p. 67

4. Education as a common good? p. 71
The principle of education as a public good under strain, p. 72
Education and knowledge as global common goods, p. 77
Considerations for the way forward, p. 83

 

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