2 edition of University reform in New Zealand found in the catalog.
University reform in New Zealand
New Zealand university reform association.
|Statement||pub. by the general editors (Professors Hunter, Laby, and von Zedlitz) under the direction of the University reform association.|
|LC Classifications||LG731 .A4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., 5-196 p.|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||14019490|
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New Zealand university reform association. University reform in New Zealand. Wellington, N.Z.[etc.] Whitcombe & Tombs, limited, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: T A Hunter; T H Laby; George William Von Zedlitz; New Zealand University Reform.
University futures and the politics of reform in New Zealand. [Michael Peters; Peter R Roberts] -- This book maps the global pressures and trends, offers a critique of key New Zealand policy documents and identifies signposts for alternative university futures. The New Zealand University Reform Association was formed inand Hunter worked in it with Thomas Laby, George von Zedlitz, Harry Kirk and David Picken, all professors at Victoria University College (see Beaglehole, J.C.
'The University of New Zealand, an historical study', NZCER, Wellington,pp. Book Description. The Dispositif of the University Reform presents a discourse analysis about transformations in higher education in Poland.
Combining Foucauldian categories of discourse, dispositif and University reform in New Zealand book with contemporary changes in the area of science and higher education, it proposes an analysis of power in close connection with the development of g: New Zealand.
Education reform: the New Zealand experience. The Institute, its contributors, employees and Board shall not be liable for any loss or damage sustained by any person relying on this report, whatever the cause of such loss or damage.
Education reform: the New Zealand experience. Professor Gary Hawke School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington. Bali Haque has been both a secondary school principal required to implement reform and a senior public servant in the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) tasked with pushing through changes.
The book analyses four major reforms since Tomorrow’s Schools, the NCEA, the revised New Zealand Curriculum and the National Standards.
The Politics of Curriculum Reform in New Zealand PETER ROBERTS University of Auckland, New Zealand ABSTRACT This article addresses the impact of neoliberal thought on curriculum reform in New Zealand.
A new rhetoric of neutrality and fairness, grounded in a view of the market as a ‘level playing field’ for maximising student choice, is. The Crown and Constitutional Reform in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the UK Audit Culture and the New World Order I am currently completing a book for Pluto Press Responsibilisation and leadership in the neoliberal university: A New Zealand perspective.
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Without reform, the national university system in Japan will weaken over the coming decade. At least the government and the university sector can agree there is an urgent need for improvement.
Atsushi Sunami is a vice president and professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies and advisor to the Cabinet Office, Government of Japan.
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The Reform Party, formally the New Zealand Political Reform League, was New Zealand's second major political party, having been founded as a conservative response to the original Liberal Party. It was in government between andand later formed a coalition with the United Party (a remnant of the Liberals), and then merged with United to form the modern National gy: Conservatism.
University futures and the politics of reform in New Zealand Paperback – January 1, by Michael Peters (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, Import, January 1, Author: Michael Peters. This 3-year Marsden Fund study ( - ) brings together researchers from Anthropology and Law to analyse the nature of the Crown as a political, legal and symbolic entity and the implications of constitutional reform for the state in New Zealand and other commonwealth countries.
Government Reform in New Zealand New Zealand's reforms of economic policy and public sector management systems have attracted international attention. Beginning inthe country adopted a comprehensive and vigorous program of macroeconomic adjustment that involved redefining the state's role in the economy and social policy.
Book description: As part of the neoliberal trends toward public-private partnerships, universities all over the world have forged more intimate relationships with corporate interests and more closely resemble for-profit corporations in both structure and practice.
These transformations, accompanied by new forms Pages: EDUCATIONAL REFORM IN GLOBAL John M. Barrington is a reader in Education at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
He teaches courses on. informed approaches to the study of university reform. The exchange scheme involves at least one visit from New Zealand and one visit to New Zealand each year for four years. Each visit pairs a senior researcher with a more junior researcher and has three components: research training, sharing of existing knowledge, and development of new research.
University Reform, Globalisation and Europeanisation (URGE) Work Package 2. making of New Zealand social science (Nick Lewis, University of Auckland) – aftereffects of the “new university” on academics – i.e. the dialectics between.
The 4-year programme of exchanges will create enduring partnerships between three established research centres specialising on different aspects of university reform at Aarhus University in Denmark, Bristol University in the UK, and Auckland University in New Zealand - which signed its first STA with the EU in This week's Ockham New Zealand national book awards marks the 50th anniversary of book awards in New Zealand.
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