Academy of Educational Leadership Journal (Print ISSN: 1095-6328; Online ISSN: 1528-2643)


A Comparative Study of Singapore and Australia's Practices and Cosmopolitan Leadership in the Institutionalization of Global Citizenship Education

Author(s): Stivens Matt Baillie

As of late, Global Citizenship Education (GCE) has been a moving idea utilized by public and global instructive foundations, as well as specialists, to make sense of the expansion in the internationalization of schooling. The ascent of GCE is set against globalization and always assorted populaces inside countries, in the state of super-variety. GCE has arisen because of the shift from multiculturalism to post-multiculturalism. The ramifications of this shift is an accentuation on worldwide training, where GCE is one of the critical markers in schools' reactions to giving a universally disapproved of educational plan. This on occasion has brought about schools consolidating GCE in their dreams and statements of purpose, in some cases without a full comprehension of the degree of this idea

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