Nowhere in the world is university education expanding as rapidly as in the six-member state of the Gulf Cooperation Council. In two generations the region has gone from having the Middle Eastas least educated population to boasting a younger generation whose educational achievements are approaching Oraginisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) standards. This unique study, with contributions by key decision makers, charts this dramatic development, exploring the challenges faced and placing accomplishments within the social, economic and political context of the region.Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz, Campus Life: undergraduate cultures from the end of the eighteenth century to the present, NewYork: Knopf, 1987. ... University of Bradford:areflectiononexperiencebetween1973 and 1995a#39;, http://www.brad.ac.uk/ acad/peace/about/history.pdf. ... Ringer, Monica M., Education, Religion, and theDiscourse of Cultural Reform in QajarIran, Costa Mesa, CA: Mazda Publishers , 2001.
|Title||:||Higher Education in the Gulf States|
|Author||:||Christopher Davidson, Peter Mackenzie|
|Publisher||:||Saqi - 2012-07-15|