D. Brent Edwards Jr. is an Associate Professor of Theory and Methodology in the Study of Education at the University of Hawaii. Previously, he has worked with Drexel University as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Educational Administration and International Education, in Philadelphia, USA. His work focuses on (a) the global governance of education and (b) education policy, politics and political economy, with a focus on low-income countries. Within these two research lines, Edwards has focused on investigating the rise of global education policies and the influence of international organizations, as well as trends related to educational privatization (e.g., charter schools, low-fee private schools), decentralization, and community participation.
Articles written by D. Brent Edwards Jr.
“Privatisation tendencies in Dominican education: Heterarchy, network governance and new philanthropy”, by D. Brent Edwards Jr., Mauro C. Moschetti, Alejandro Caravaca.
#WDR2018 Reality Check #11: School-Based Management: Questions and Concerns by D. Brent Edwards Jr.
Did EFA Leadership and the GMR contribute to UNESCO’s legitimacy during 2000-2015?
Low-fee Private Schools in Kenya: Affordability and Tradeoffs