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by David Istance,Hans G. Schuetze,Tom Schuller

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  • ISBN 0335210031
  • ISBN13 978-0335210039
  • Language English
  • Author David Istance,Hans G. Schuetze,Tom Schuller
  • Publisher Open Univ Pr; 1st edition (October 2002)
  • Pages 192
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  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Higher and Continuing Education
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Lifelong learning is now high on most governments' policy agendas. But how much progress has been made in developing lifelong learning over the past thirty years, and what are the current challenges to policy-makers?This book draws upon an exceptional range of authoritative academics and policy analysts to address international policy research in the field of lifelong learning. It is broad in its scope, in its conceptions of lifelong learning, its sources of evidence, and the range of issues covered. These include globalization, social capital, organizational learning, adult literacy and educational policy-making over the last three decades. It tackles themes central to the international debate about education and the knowledge society, and provides hard-nosed analysis of trend and models of policy and practice in different OECD countries. It clarifies the current issues and sets a future global agenda for lifelong learning in the knowledge society."I hope politicians, education managers and all those concerned with lifelong learning across the world will read this book and reflect on its findings." (Tessa Blackstone, Minister of State for Education and Employment, UK, 1997-2001)

Lifelong learning is now high on most governments' policy agendas. David Istance, Hans Georg Schütze, Tom Schuller.

Lifelong learning is now high on most governments' policy agendas. It tackles themes central to the international debate about education and the knowledge society, and provides hard-nosed analysis of trend and models of policy and practice in different OECD countries. It clarifies the current issues and sets a future global agenda for lifelong learning in the knowledge society.

Schuetze, Hans . E. Schuller, Tom, E. Schuller, Tom, Ed. This book, consisting of 17 chapters written by different authors, traces the progress that has been made in developing lifelong learning policies over the past 30 years and examines current challenges to lifelong learning policymakers. Part 1 is Historical Reflections on Policy-making and includes: "Education in 2000 and 2025: Looking Back to the Future" (Husen); "Lifelong Learning Revisited" (Kallen); and "Lifelong Learning and the Changing Policy Environment" (Papadopoulos).

International Journal of Educational Development, 24 (3), pp. 334-336.

Lifelong learning implies a fundamental shift from a 'once in a lifetime' approach to higher education to one of. .

The sentiment seems unassailable. International Perspectives on Lifelong Learning: From Recurrent Education to the Knowledge Society, David Istance, Hans Schuetze & Tom Schuller (ed., Open University Press.

Kallen, Denis (2002) ‘Lifelong Learning Revisited’, in David Istance, Hans G. Schuetze and Tom Schuller, eds, International Perspectives on Lifelong Learning. From Recurrent Education to the Knowledge Society, 32–38, Buckingham: Open University Press. Knill, Christoph (2005) ‘Introduction: Cross-national Policy Convergence: Concepts, Approaches and Explanatory Factors’, Journal of European Public Policy 12 (5): 764–774. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Lechner, Frank and John Boli (2005) World Culture.

From Recurrent Education to the Knowledge Society. by David Istance, Tom Schuller. Continuing education, Cross-cultural studies, Adult education. There's no description for this book yet. One of the advantages of being an old professor with more than half a century in the social sciences - and you must be grateful for these advantages when they come along - is that you may have the possibility to verify your predictions about the future by being there when it arrives.

He began work on lifelong learning in the 1970s leading up to the 2002 reader "International Perspectives on Lifelong Learning: from Recurrent Education to the Knowledge Society" (with Tom Schuller and Hans Schuetze). He has published both on lifelong learning’s implications for schools and more recently on retirement-age seniors which, in his view, is a major neglected issue. His work on learning has underpinned numerous sessions with education leaders, such as in recent years with the Transforming Educational Leadership program at the University of British Columbia, Canada.

International perspectives on lifelong learning: from recurrent education to the knowledge society. International Seminar on the Lifelong Learning Society and Knowledge Revolution in the 21st Century, Jeju, Korea, 2004.

David Istance, Hans Schuetze, Tom Schuller. Lifelong learning is now high on most governments' policy agendas. It is broad in its scope, in its conceptions of lifelong learning, its sources of evidence, and the range of issues covered.

International Perspectives on Lifelong Learning: From Recurrent Education to the Learning Society. Some Speculations on School Finance and a More Egalitarian Society. Education and Urban Society, 5(2): 223-238, February, 1973

International Perspectives on Lifelong Learning: From Recurrent Education to the Learning Society. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press, 2002, pp. 91-104. Implementing Career Academies Schoolwide: Four Case Studies. Education and Urban Society, 5(2): 223-238, February, 1973. The Effects of Alternative State Aid Formulas on the Distribution of Public School Expenditures in Massachusetts.