Educational management and internationalization

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Two new publications on the RedAGE that talk about the future of education with authorship from different collaborators of the EDO group.

Two new publications have been included in the database of the Network of Support to Educational Management (Red AGE), the authors of which are collaborators of the EDO Group.

The first is 'Towards an educational model of quality and transformation', coordinated by Mario Martín Bris and Eladio Sebastián Herrero. In order to be able to determine that an educational model is of quality and transformer, the contribution of many elements, such as the contributions of international organizations like UN, UNESCO, OECD, OEI, etc., is always necessary. For the same reason, the guidelines of the governments of each country, the actions of the different educational, national, regional and local administrations, are other keys to the adequate and sustainable development of education in the countries.

All these decisions, internal, decentralized and autonomous are drawing a model of the educational offer that can be modelled with the new psycho-pedagogical proposals, taking advantage of the technology to the service of the educational practice and betting on the critical thought in the educative programs and by one Teacher training at all levels. Here you can read the whole post.

On the other hand, also Mario Martín Bris, and in this case with the collaboration of Mariano Jabonero Blanco, the Education’s director of Santillana’s Foundation, are the coordinators of the publication entitled 'Internationalization of Education in Ibero-America: reflections and projections', highlighting that internationalization it has become a real need.

It must be taken into account that the scenario on which live text lives immersed in an economy that suffers from severe cyclical crises and suffers from low levels of competitiveness. In addition, this region has suffered the multiplication of institutions of higher education, a fact that must be added to the lack of regulatory norms and, therefore, of homogenization. In spite of everything, the horizon is encouraging, if internationalization is maintained as an objective to turn education into a regulatory and qualifying component. Here you can see the reflections and projections of the publication.

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