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Economic curriculum reform: why do we need it?

Barcelona GSEĀ alum Carlos De Sousa ’12 is an Affiliate Fellow at Bruegel. His latest article on Bruegel’s website looks at the global debate about the economics curriculum as students, academics and policymakers seek to bring the field closer to the real world and introduce pluralism into its educational system. 23 more words

Economics

'Accounting' for Shoddiness: Professionalization at Bethel

While crunching through the Clarion, I came across an interesting article from February 17, 1965: “School Employs CPA to Upgrade Accounting.” The article was occasioned by the hiring of one Ken White, CPA for Bethel’s accounting and financial affairs division. 1,226 more words

Beyond Bethel

Neo-Liberal Education Policy in China: Issues and Challenges in Curriculum Reform

Charlene Tan & Vicente Reyes

This inquiry critically discusses the key characteristics and ideological assumptions of neo-liberal education policy, and its impact on curriculum reform in China. 137 more words

21st Century Education