Set against the backdrop of globalization and global philanthropy, this book offers new perspectives on the sociological dynamics and governance implications of ‘social entrepreneurial’ policy in education. It examines the spatialities, relationships and culture that powerfully mediated the making and localisation of ''Teach for Bangladesh''.This globalised and philanthropy-backed reform model is based on ''Teach for America/All'' (TfA) which promotes social entrepreneurial solutions to educational problems across continents. The authors demonstrate how TfB''s policy model travelled through networks of diaspora, finance, technology and media and became established in Bangladesh through complex policy work. The book documents empirical research from Bangladesh to draw out broader implications in relation to education policy-making and policy content in today’s globalizing world. The book also contributes to ongoing debates in contemporary comparative education about North-South dialogue, policy mobility and transfer, philanthrocapitalism, and international teacher education.
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