Indonesia’s System of Education

by Robert Sedgwick Editor VIEW ARCHIVED WEBINAR ON INDONESIAThe Ministry of Education and Culture is responsible for Indonesia’s four main divisions of education: primary and secondary education; higher education; culture and out-of-school education; and sports. Primary education, which is both free and compulsory, is divided…

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Diploma Mills Go Digital

by Robert Sedgwick, Editor, WENR VIEW UPCOMING WEBINAR ON BOLOGNA PROCESSBuying a degree from a diploma mill reminds me of a scene from the 1960 movie The Rat Race, which portrays a naïve out-of-towner (Pete) trying to make it as a musician in the Big Apple….

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Bologna Declaration Addresses Higher Education in European Union

ResearchVIEW UPCOMING WEBINAR ON BOLOGNA PROCESS Bologna Declaration Addresses Higher Education in European Union by Robert Sedgwick Editor, WENR O n June 18-19, 1999, representatives from 29 countries convened in Bologna to hammer out an agreement aimed at promoting greater harmonization among Europe’s diverse systems…

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eWENR, November/December 1999: Research

Research Symposium Explores International For-Profit and Online Education by Robert Sedgwick Editor, eWENR Since the end of World War II, academia has slowly been emerging from the Ivory Tower. The GI Bill of Rights, the mass university and the concept of lifelong learning were all…

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eWENR, November/December 1999: Practical Information

Book Review: The Globalization of Higher Education by Robert Sedgwick Editor, eWENR For anyone interested in understanding the profound impact of globalization on mass higher education and vise versa, The Globalization of Higher Education, edited by Peter Scott, is a good place to begin. Indeed,…

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