• Information Communication Technology and Education

Unless policymakers take a more all-round view of education, they risk sending their countries down the wrong path. Over the past decade, educational change in most countries has been driven by one imperative: survival in the global economy. This process has been particularly salient in the Asia-Pacific region following the drastic shock of the 1997 economic downturn. But in the current reform process, marked by speeding commercialization and economic preoccupations, other educational missions are being ignored, and countries risk paying a high price for their shortsightedness.

Reprinted -2020

Type - Hardbound

Pages - 152

Information Communication Technology and Education

  • Author: M.L. Narasaiah
  • ISBN Number: 9789350566053
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Rs. 500.00