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COMPARATIVE EDUCATION:
Bulletin of the Japan Comparative Education Society No.28, 2002

Special Papers:
New Trends in Public School Reform: An International Comparison

Kengo MOCHIDA
Principles and Prospects of Contemporary Public School Reform
Chie NAKAJIMA
The United States: Issues Posed by Charter Schools
Eiichi MIYAKOSHI
England: Partnership as Rhetoric: New Trends in State School Reform
Yutaka OTSUKA
China: Diversification in Forms of Establishing Schools and Public Schools
Hitoshi SUGIMOTO
Malaysia: Public Schools in a Plural Society under Globalization Impacts
Hiroshi SATOH
Australia: Public School Reform and Securing Accountability in Victoria

Articles

Eiichi SASAKI Changes in the Governance Structure of the Dual Vocational Training System in Germany
Naomi KIHARA Potential Benefits of Citizenship Education in Multicultural Societies: A Survey of Schools in Five Cities in England
Chizuru USHIDA New Directions for Bilingual Education in California: The Effectiveness of Two-Way Bilingual Immersion Programs
Tetsuya KAWANO A Conceptual Framework for the Practice of Civic Education in the United States: Towards a Model for International Transfer
Tomoko SHIMOMURA Conceptualizing "Citizenship" in Diverse Societies: "Differentiated Citizenship" and "Aboriginal Citizenship" in Canada
Ken KUSUYAMA Changes in the Schooling Ladder in China: The 6-3 System Revived and the 5-4 System on Trial
Hiroyuki HATA The Education Gap among Caste/Ethnic Groups in Nepal: Characteristic Features and Factors

Public Symposium

Kunihide KANEKO Impact of the IT Revolution on Education

Research Project Reports

Kengo MOCHIDA New Frameworks for Public Schools: An International Comparison
Aya OKADA Images of Partners in Educational Development and International Educational Cooperation in the 21st Century

Book Reviews

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