Is education important? Big names such as Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs were college dropouts but still managed to build very succesful companies. In the video below youContinue readingIs education important? (35 reasons why education is important)
Liberalization in higher education – A global trend?
Liberalization in higher education comes forward in an increasing number of countries. This trend may be connected to the increasing globalization of the world as a result of technological innovationsContinue readingLiberalization in higher education – A global trend?
Marketization and privatization of education: how European education has changed
Traditionally, marketization and privatization of education might be perceived as a typical American or British phenomenon. Though, over the last decades, these trend have become more visible in the EuropeanContinue readingMarketization and privatization of education: how European education has changed
Neoliberalism in education. A myth or reality?
Neoliberalism in education is a hot topic, especially in a time of strong competition in the global knowledge economy. In the last decades, new economic powers have been rising inContinue readingNeoliberalism in education. A myth or reality?
The globalisation of education. A profitable business or a financial burden?
The globalisation of education has become visible in many ways. One of these, is international migration for the purpose of education. This international flow of students is unequally divided overContinue readingThe globalisation of education. A profitable business or a financial burden?
Social class and education in a capitalist world
In the globalising world of today, the competition of the knowledge economy has shifted from a national to a global stage. New upcoming world powers invest enormous amounts of moneyContinue readingSocial class and education in a capitalist world
The Educational System: The heart of the Invisible Limitations
When I started writing my e-book Invisible Limitations, I didn’t know where it would lead me. I had no certain conclusion in mind, only ideas I wanted to structure andContinue readingThe Educational System: The heart of the Invisible Limitations