Series Editors: Barry M. Franklin and Gary McCulloch
Secondary Education in a Changing World Series publishes authored and edited volumes that examine an array of controversial issues affecting secondary education throughout the world. The series provides a venue for scholars in different national settings to explore these issues and to seek resolutions where possible. Current and future volumes in the series are designed to trace the historical roots of present policies and practices in secondary education, to relate developments in secondary education to changes in other phases of education and in the wider society, to interpret the seeming unending fluctuation in policy initiatives in secondary school reform, and to reduce the distance between the concern of policy makers and secondary school practitioners. The series is especially interested in publishing work that approaches these problems from a comparative perspective that links issues across national settings and cultural traditions.
Barry M. Franklin is Professor of Secondary Education and Adjunct Professor of History at Utah State University.
Gary McCulloch is the Brian Simon Professor of the History of Education, Institute of Edcation, University of London.