The Asian Examples and Perspectives

Shin’ichi Suzuki, Parimala V Rao

Abstract


In this special issue we address how modern education crosses the borders of states, cultures and ethnicities towards developing universalistic perspectives. The Present Special Issue consists of 6 articles, 5 of them are on modernization of education in Japan and the remaining one discusses the issues concerning school education in Malaysia. Each paper illustrates the readers some of the typical phases of educational transitions which have been commonly observed in Asia. They represent reflexively and historically the educational situations which have been surrounding us all.

Keywords


Asia; History of Education; Modern education; Japan; Malaysia

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