Professor Glenn Serves as Editor for “Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, & Accountability in Education”

Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education, Vol. 1-4, published by Wolf Legal Publishers, is a collection discussing various national education systems and how they balance among freedom of parents to choose schools, autonomy of educators, and public accountability.

Professor Charles Glenn recently served as co-editor for the collection, alongside Jan De Groof. Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education is a four volume work, including chapters on 65 different national education systems, as well as integrative essays.

Among the 100 authors in the collection are a number of present and former SED graduate students:

  • Vali Huseynov (Azerbaijan)
  • Kanqing Jason Wang (China)
  • Jorge Mahecha Rodríguez (Colombia, Mexico, Overview of Latin America)
  • Daniele Vidoni (Cuba abd El Salvador)
  • Prachi Deshmukh Odhekar (India)
  • Adsina Fibra Ibrahim (Indonesia)
  • Fusiah Al-Odadi (Saudi Arabia)
  • Cara Stillings Candal (Autonomy and Accountability in the New Era of American Education)

Additionally, several chapters were contributed by former visiting scholars of SED, including:

  • Vanda Apostolopoulou (Greece)
  • Toshiyuki Omomo (Japan)
  • Arturo Galán (Spain)

To learn more about the collection, visit the Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education webpage.

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