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Global Education as a Strategy for School Improvement
Outlines the processes, and some of the obstacles encountered in promoting global education within the schools. Identifies the most prominent obstacle as competing demands for time and resources. Maintains that teachers and principals must take the lead in integrating global education into their local curriculum. (MJP)
Author/Creator: Tye, Barbara B., Tye, Kenneth A.
Date Published: Spr-Sum
Journal/Secondary Title: Social Studies Review
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