Emmanuel Jean Francois, a University of Wisconsin Oshkosh assistant professor of human service and educational leadership, has just released a book titled “Global Education on Trial by U.S. College Professors.”
This book unveils the verdict of U.S. college professors about global education. It presents the findings from a nationwide study conducted about motivational factors and worldview dimensions associated with perceptions of global education initiatives by college professors in the U.S.
It’s a must read for researchers, scholars, higher education leaders and administrators and students who are interested in understanding the secret for internationalizing curriculum in post-secondary institutions. This book can help policy makers and college administrators adopt policies, which can create an environment that fosters global education engagement required to promote cross-cultural understanding, produce global competent graduates on the global market, and meet the challenges of a globally interdependent world.
The book is available worldwide, including Amazon.com.
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