Bridging Walls and Crossing Borders in the Caribbean

Canino, Maria Josefa
May 2002
Academe;May/Jun2002, Vol. 88 Issue 3, p39
Discusses the effect of globalization and neoliberalism on higher education in the Caribbean. Information on debates on faculty roles in public education; Mission of public institutions concerning the education of marginalized groups; Benefits of cross-border collaboration for higher education.


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