Master of Education in Educational Foundations with a specialization in Global Perspectives on Educational Policy and Practice Program By University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa |Top Universities

Master of Education in Educational Foundations with a specialization in Global Perspectives on Educational Policy and Practice

Master of Education in Educational Foundations with a specialization in Global Perspectives on Educational Policy and Practice

  • QS World University Rankings
    =380
  • Degree MEd
  • Study Level Masters
  • Study Mode Online
  • Subject Public Policy
  • Duration 20 months
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Start date Sep

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This program leads to a Master of Education in Educational Foundations with a specialization in Global Perspectives on Educational Policy and Practice. This program is designed to prepare individuals in range of positions to meaningfully incorporate global perspectives into their professional practice—including classroom teachers, school leaders, school system administrators, higher education practitioners, study abroad facilitators, community leaders, education analysts and researchers, and professionals working in non-profit or non-governmental organizations. This unique master’s program examines how the cultural, technological, economic, and political aspects of globalization affect education policy and practice in a multitude of ways from early childhood education through advanced graduate studies. As the effects of globalization continue to manifest and to evolve, the insights gained are not only essential for professionals across every level of education but also across geographic regions, from the United States to the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. Globalization presents challenges and opportunities by making the world more interconnected, by facilitating the dissemination of ideas and knowledge, by encouraging the movement of peoples, by creating new political bodies that create education policies at the supranational level, by placing new pressures on local communities and national economic systems—all of which has major implications for education.

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