Post-Conflict Education for Democracy and Reform: Bosnian Education in the Post-War Era, 1995–2015

A Brief History of Bosnia and Bosnian Education—Brotherhood and UnityRationale for BookA Brief History of YugoslaviaOverview of Education in Yugoslavia, 1945-92Development of Education in BiH, 1945-92Higher Education in YugoslaviaHigher Education in BiH, 1945-92Fall of the Yugoslav StateOverview of Post-War Education in BiHResearch MethodologyData CollectionData AnalysisParticipant Recruitment and BiographiesOverview of the BookLimitations of the BookReferencesGlobal Trends in Post-Conflict and PostSocialist Education—Reshaping the FutureWhat Is Post-Conflict?Organization of the Literature on Post-Conflict EducationEffects of Conflict on EducationEducation as Both a Catalyst for and an Obstacle to Future ConflictEducation as an Obstacle to Future ConflictEducation as a Catalyst for Future ConflictGovernance and Practice of Post-Conflict EducationPost-Conflict'Handbooks’ and 'Manuals’Lack of CoordinationFunding Post-Conflict EducationContextDomestic PoliticsCapacity BuildingTimeline for RecoveryPost-Ethnic and Civil War EducationPost-Socialist EducationPost-Conflict TeachersTextbooks and Curriculum ReformReferencesDayton Implementation to European IntegrationStructure of and Issues with the DPAEducation GovernanceA Costly Duplicitous BureaucracyEU Accession?Accession as a Tool for Reform?EU Pressure on ED?No EU for BiH?ReferencesPost-Conflict Education in BiH—Education for Democracy?Quality in Post-Conflict EducationThe Role of Education in Post-Conflict BiHSchools Model DemocracyCitizenship Education in Post-Conflict BiHDemocratic Pedagogy and CurriculumReferencesDivided Education—Education in Ethnic CylindersPolitical Elites Still Fighting War with EducationSeparate Schools and CurriculumsSeparate CurriculumsCommon Core CurriculumTextbooksTwo Schools Under One RoofTwo Schools: A Durable IssueToo Much Attention for Two Schools?Local Political Issues Surround 'Two Schools’ and 'Branch Schools’Separate and UnequalRationales and Defenses of‘Two Schools’Continued Ethnic Cleansing Through Education?ReferencesInternational Community Involvement in Education in BiH—Stumbling in the DarkIC Pushing Education ReformOHR AND OSCE AND THE GOVERNANCE of Education in BiHOSCEWhy Education for OSCE?OSCE and OHR on EducationWho Should Have Been in Charge After the War?International Experts versus Local ExpertsExamples of Education Programs Promoted or Supported by the ICIssue and Location SaturationWasted MoneyFailure to CoordinateReferencesHigher Education Reform—From Recovery to BolognaPublic Higher Education QualityPublic Higher Education Resistance to ReformPrivate Higher Education QualityResearch CapacityImproving Pedagogy in Higher EducationTeacher Education ReformTeacher Education ContextTeacher Education Post-War Curriculum ReformTeacher Education Reform and the Bologna ProcessReferencesPolitical Situation
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