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Head Teachers as Central Actors in Glocal Education Politics. A Real Story from Benin

Abstract : Using data from a Beninese primary school, I argue for more ethnographic research to help us understand the daily manoeuvres head teachers in the Global South rely on making school work at the intersection of global reforms and local contexts
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Sarah Fichtner. Head Teachers as Central Actors in Glocal Education Politics. A Real Story from Benin. Norrag News, 2014, The Global Politics of Teaching and Learning: The Real Story of Educational Cultures and Contexts, pp.100-101. ⟨halshs-02469776⟩

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