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Handbook of Comparative Education Law

Selected Nations from Africa and the Americas


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Each of the four volumes in this set, as well as each volume independently, provide comparative analyses for researches, practitioners, and students of the law and education in examining law and education in various countries around the world. Designed to allow readers to learn from, rather than copy, the legal and educational systems in these volumes, the books are designed to generate thought and conversation on how education can be improved around the world. By having chapter authors, leading academicians in the home countries, follow the same template so it can be easier to compare similarities and differences, thereby helping to make the book user friendly. The value of these books is that they should help to enhance international awareness of the similarities and advantages associated with bringing together knowledge from various countries concerning education law. Volume 4, encompassing Selected Nations in Africa and the Americas, namely Brazil, Canada, Mauritius, United States, South Africa and Venezuela, consists of detailed analysis of educational law and systems in these representative countries so researchers and students there and elsewhere can learn from one another.

Product code: 9781475851434

ISBN 9781475851434
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H223xW152xS14
Series Handbook of Comparative Education Law
No. Of Pages 202
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Handbook of Comparative Educational Law: Selected European from Africa and the Americas, Volume 4 provides detailed analysis of education law in Brazil, Canada, Mauritius, United States, South Africa and Venezuela, so that researchers and others can learn from one another.