The Bologna Process
OverviewThe first area of interest explored in The Measuring Global Performance Initiative is an analysis of the complex but coordinated revolution in post-compulsory schooling that had been unfolding in Europe over the past decade (and that will continue to unfold over the next decade) known as the “Bologna Process,” the details and challenges of which are largely unknown to U.S. policymakers. This work identifies the major lessons learned from the contemporary European experience that can inform state and national postsecondary policy in the U.S. context.
- The Bologna Club: What U.S. Higher Education Can Learn from a Decade of European Reconstruction
- Status of Core Bologna Features and Enabling Legislation in 46 Countries
- Learning Accountability from Bologna: A Higher Education Policy Primer
- The Bologna Process for U.S. Eyes: Re-learning Higher Education in the Age of Convergence
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