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Epilogue: Toward a glocal perspective

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The worldwide diffusion and constant elaboration of educational equity as a public policy discourse since the mid-twentieth century epitomizes policy innovation on a global scale. The evolution and expansion of various discursive networks that tie educational professionals and reformers across countries has facilitated spreading educational equity as a universalistic policy principle throughout most parts of the globe, raising renewed awareness of inequalities and exclusions rooted deeply in social structures. A majority of countries have formally announced that their education systems are committed to education for all regardless of sociocultural group memberships.




Cha, Y. K., Gundara, J., Ham, S. H., & Lee, M. (2016). Epilogue: Toward a glocal perspective. In Multicultural Education in Glocal Perspectives: Policy and Institutionalization (pp. 215–218). Springer Singapore.

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