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This paper explains the process that is causing systems of teacher education in the EU, the USA and elsewhere to converge into a form of fewer qualitative distinctions. The authors argue that expansion brought about by processes familiar to globalization is creating wide differences in the cost of information that incentivizes use of standardized patterns for producing teachers. This study identifies institutional scale and the division of information as key factors that link the interaction of institutions across markets.
Updated: Feb. 02, 2009
This article compares global markets with teacher education. Authors argue that the economy of universal information cannot provide an educational system with the tools it needs to train teachers and develop students as valuable contributors to the emerging world economy.
Updated: Nov. 26, 2008