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International Education: The Context
International education: The context

To many of those born and raised in the relatively stable, mono-cultural context of a country in the developed world of fifty years ago, where schooling was compulsory for a certain number of years prior to employment or further study, the concept of education was probably fairly straightforward. We went to school to be educated, to acquire the knowledge and skills which would be needed when we embarked on life in the adult world. If we gave any thought to the nature of our education (which most of us probably did not, other than when changing schools or if we went on to train as a teacher) we may have recognised that what we were being taught had ...

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