2 edition of comparative study of educational legislation--Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden found in the catalog.
comparative study of educational legislation--Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden
|Statement||[by] Bragi Josepsson, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Western Kentucky University.|
|Contributions||Western Kentucky University. Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 376 p.|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||71611790|
A Comparative Study Edited by Stefán Ólafsson, Mary Daly, Olli Kangas, and Joakim Palme. The first comprehensive study of the Great Recession in Europe to focus on household level welfare consequences; Includes a wider comparison of thirty countries and in-depth case studies of nine separate countries. In Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden), the school year starts in August and ends in May (except in Iceland and Sweden, where it ends in June).
EDUCATION IN THE U.S. AND FINLAND 3 Education in the United States and Finland: A Comparative Analysis This analysis was conducted in order to examine educational disparities within the United States (U.S.) education system. The book is organized in sections co-ordinated by active researchers in mathematics education in Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Denmark, and Finland. The purpose of this sourcebook is to synthesize and survey the established body of research in these countries with findings that have influenced ongoing research agendas, informed practice, framed.
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[Washington] U.S. Office of Education, Bureau of Research, (DLC) A comparative study of educational legislation--Denmark, And Sweden book, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden By Bragi Jósepsson and Western Kentucky University. Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology.
A study in comparative law that examines the legal systems of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden and the forces that influenced their development. According to Orfield, the Scandinavian states are a useful area for study due to their democratic traditions, high rates of literacy, commitment to progressive social legislation, and unique examples of law based largely on custom and usage that.
The book presents a comparative study of children’s constitutional rights in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The authors discuss the Norway of enshrining children’s rights in national constitutions in addition to implementing the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).
Central issues are whether enshrining children’s rights in the Constitution improves implementation and enforcement. Nordic Childhoods and Early Education Philosophy, Research, Policy and Practice in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. International Perspectives on Educational Policy, Research, and Practice.
27 Jun, vaju Leave a comment. Nordic Childhoods and Early Education Philosophy, Research, Policy and Practice in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
International Perspectives on Educational Policy, Research, and Practice. fyro. Early childhood education and care - Nordic cooperation. The governments of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are all some form of parliamentary democracy. This page has information on the governments of the individual countries, as well as their participation in intergovernmental bodies.
Though all countries have information in English, which is often quite substantial, more comprehensive.
The Christianization of Scandinavia, as well as other Nordic countries and the Baltic countries, took place between the 8th and the 12th centuries. The realms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden (Sweden is an 11th or 12th century merger of the former countries Götaland and Svealand) established their own Archdioceses, responsible directly to the Pope, inandrespectively.
Addresses the important but understudied topic of extreme politics and nationalism in Nordic countries ; Provides a comparative study across Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, that relates also to Europe as a whole. The point of departure is the banking crises of the early s (deep in Finland, Norway and Sweden, mini-crisis in Denmark and absent in Iceland) and the contrast to Iceland's financial meltdown.
Nordic Childhoods and Early Education: Philosophy, Research, Policy and Practice in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden (Hc (International Perspectives on Educational Policy, Research,) Hardcover – Illustrated, March 1, by et al Johanna Einarsdottir (Editor) (Author) out of 5 stars 1 s: 1.
In Nordic childhoods and early childhood education: Philosophy, research, policy, and practice in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
Edited by Johanna Einarsdottir and Judith Wagner, 13– Greenwich, CT: Information Age. E-mail Citation» Kristjansson describes the development of Nordic childhoods, from policy to educational. This Handbook is a comprehensive reference book for libraries, scholars, and comparative and international studies researchers.
It contains 33 chapters on all major educational topics, including research using all qualitative and quantitative methodologies, with research from 23 countries and all inhabited continents. The concept of a Nordic model of education is sometimes used to refer to the considerable similarities of education reforms and systems of the five Nordic countries (i.e.
Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) during the second half of the 20th century – reforms that aimed at social justice, equality and cohesion not least by providing schooling of high and equal quality, regardless.
Bergman, takes a closer look at the somewhat scarcely researched topic of Nordic nationalism, and compiles a comparative study across Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and provides interdisciplinary insight into Scandinavian nationalism and its development.
Egalitarianism in Scandinavia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. This report is a comparative analysis of 8 country reports on lifelong learning strategy and policy supplied by the national Ministries of Education in the 5 Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) and the 3 Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania).
The aim is to compare the countries’ strategies for implementing. Higher education (HE) research is a relatively new research field in all the Nordic countries, mainly built up since the s. In spite of the many similarities among the five countries such as relatively easily accessible and universal free public HE provision, high participation rates, and a high level of investment in research, their research effort in the field of HE demonstrates.
In this book, noted Nordic researchers and teacher educators provide insights into early childhood discourses and practices in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. In addition to these insiders' perspectives, an American scholars explore Nordic themes, trends, and practices as they emerge in the book's chapters on such varied topics as Nordic childhoods, children's.
Spoken by some twenty-five million inhabitants of northern Europe, the Scandinavian languages are official national languages in five countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden), as well as three autonomous regions (the Åland Islands, the Faroe Islands, and Greenland).This book brings together authors from the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) to share knowledge and understanding regarding families, children, primary.from Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.
Firstly, they are regarded as a group which collaborated and rallied around the Nordic Association for the Study of Education in Developing Countries (NASEDEC) for nearly 20 years.
In this respect, the crucial role of the.