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n Education as Change - How mergers shape the institutional curriculum

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Extracted from text ... Education As Change Vol. 7 no. 2 ? p3-19 3 How Mergers Shape the Institutional Curriculum Jonathan D. Jansen University of Pretoria Making the Argument What happens to the resultant curriculum when two institutions, each with their own curricula, decide to merge? While studies of mergers abound (Harman and Meek 2002; Eastman and Lang 2001; Martin, Samels and Associates 1994; Goedegebuure 1992), there are few (if any) systematic studies on the curriculum effects of merging two or more higher education institutions. The curriculum is often treated as secondary to the larger financial and organisational alterations resulting from mergers. Put differently, ..

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2003-12-01
2016-12-09
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