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Centering Whole-Child Development in Global Education Reform


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Introduction Part I: Developing World 1. Whole Child/Youth Development Initiatives in the Ethiopian Education Policy Reforms and Practices: Lessons from the Past and Harnessing Future Intentions 2. The Status of Early Childhood Education in South Africa: A Systematic Review on the Alignment of Policy and Practice for Whole-Child Development 3. Achieving Whole-Child Development in Nepal: Navigating through Equity within Diversity and Resource Limitation in Education 4. Education for Vietnamese Youth: Status, Challenges, and Development Issues in the Context of New Rural Development Part II: Developed World 5. Does the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) Contribute to Whole-Person Development? The Rise of the IBDP in Asia and Its Implications for Education Reform 6. Singapore's Student-Centered, Values-Driven Education System: A Case Study of Teacher Professional Learning 7. The Oxymoron of Free Semester Program (FSP) in Korea: Intended and Unintended Policy Consequences for Whole-Person Development 8. Fighting Social Inequalities at Schools and Whole-Child Development Approach: A Challenging Reconciliation in France 9. The Long Chilean Road Towards an Inclusive Education System: From Laissez-faire to State Regulation and Constitutional Change 10. Re-envisioning American Education Reform: How and Why Whole Community Environment Matters for Whole-Child Development Part III: Globe 11. Policy Challenges and Promising Strategies: Lessons on Global Efforts to Advance Whole-Child Development

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Jaekyung Lee is Professor of the Graduate School of Education at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, Fellow of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), and Fulbright Global Scholar, U.S.A.Kenneth K. Wong is the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Professor of Education Policy, Director of the Urban Education Policy Program, and Professor of Urban Studies, International and Public Affairs, and Political Science at Brown University, U.S.A.

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