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The Community College in a Global Context New Directions for Community Colleges, Number 161

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9781118720196

ISBN10:
1118720199
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
5/6/2013
Publisher(s):
Jossey-Bass

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Summary

The community college is poised to contribute beyond its own community to across the world. To do so—to advance the work for the betterment of students and communities—it must engage internationally while building capacity.

Recognizing the growing importance of educating students in a globalized world, this volume explores the community college in an international context. It addresses global ideals, values, competencies, and understanding in a local context and shows:

  • How individual community colleges have internationalized
  • How models and partnerships can aid progression to comprehensive internationalization
  • How international systems consider adoption and adaptation.

The authors point to a crucial vision for the future: Globalization has moved the U.S. community college steadily from international education as an add-on to international education as a choice, and now to international education as a crucial, integrated mission that has drawn increased interest from other nations intent on an educated, skilled citizenry. The community college is no longer about the United States; the community college is for all of us, a world phenomenon.


This is the 161st volume of this Jossey-Bass quarterly report series. Essential to presidents, vice presidents, deans, and other leaders in today's open-door institutions, New Directions for Community Colleges provides expert guidance in meeting the challenges of their distinct and expanding educational mission.

Table of Contents

EDITORS’ NOTES 1
Tod Treat, Linda Serra Hagedorn

1. Resituating the Community College in a Global Context 5
Tod Treat, Linda Serra Hagedorn

2. Building Support for Internationalization Through Institutional Assessment and Leadership Engagement 11
Bonnie Bissonette, Shawn Woodin

3. International Students as a Resource for Achieving Comprehensive Internationalization 27
Michael Brennan, Donald A. Dellow

4. Internationalization and Faculty-Led Service Learning 39
Geoffrey W. Bradshaw

5. Transforming International Education Through Institutional Capacity Building 55
Jack Bermingham, Margaret Ryan

6. Strategic Partnerships in International Development 71
Tod Treat, Mary Beth Hartenstine

7. The History and Future of Community Colleges in Vietnam 85
Anh T. Le

8. Bringing Community Colleges to Tunisia 101
Linda Serra Hagedorn, Wafa Thabet Mezghani

9. U.S. Community Colleges and a Response to the Arab Spring 113
John W. Shumaker

INDEX 129



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