Improving education through policy learning is an important notion for countries in need of educational reform. However, identifying a successful set of practices and transferring them from one national setting to another is a complex exercise. Drawing from their extensive experience, the authors explore a single case study of policy transfer in India, demonstrating how and under what conditions educational reforms can be put into practice successfully and sustainably.
· Policy Learning
· Inclusive Practices
· School Autonomy and School Leadership
· India and its system of education
This book offers a unique, international perspective on educational reform and is a useful resource for teachers, policy makers and postgraduate level students.