IAP BOOK SERIES
Research on Education in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East
Research in curriculum and instruction in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East has been changing rapidly over the past 25 years. Scholars, practitioners, and students find it difficult to keep abreast of relevant knowledge. Available journals and textbooks generally report international perspectives, making the search for valid materials on specific countries within these regions complex and difficult.
Research on Education in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East will provide a comprehensive view of current and emerging educational knowledge, research strategies, and policy in these regions. Currently unavailable, or difficult to gather, materials from a variety of viewpoints and sources would be presented in a usable and organized format.
Each series volume would present a juried, scholarly, and accessible review of educational research, theory, and/or policy, pre-K-16, in these regions. Topics covered in each volume would be determined by present issues and trends, as well as generative themes related to current research and theory. Published volumes will include empirical studies, policy analysis, literature reviews, and positing of theoretical and conceptual bases.
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