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Are the tendencies towards educational isomorphism and harmonization really unavoidable? This book analyses the educational policies of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) over the past two decades. It shows that this isomorphism occurs in cyclical waves and that it is the result of collective choices to confront the changes of globalization.
Tavis Deryck Jules is an Assistant Professor in the field of Cultural and Educational Policy Studies at Loyola University Chicago. His research focuses on educational policy formation and development - particularly, but not exclusively, within the Caribbean. More recently, his research has focused on analyzing the impact of regionalization upon small (and micro) states.
Tavis Deryck Jules
Peter Lang AG
Date of Publication
Education & Teaching
Komparatistische Bibliothek / Comparative Studies Series / Bibliotheque d'Etudes Comparatives