Tikly (2001) presents a case study of education in post colonial countries with special attention to Sub Saharan Africa. After reviewing the literature on the topic, he concluded that the most of the research was conducted on the newly industrialized Pacific Rim countries and therefore the literature had little relevance for very low income countries in Africa, India, and other areas of South and central Asia. The focus is on conducting new research and refining old methodologies for examining the outcomes of global access in education systems in low income countries.
ne on newly developed Pacific Rim nations like Korea, Japan, and China, and Indonesia, who are already integrated into the G20. The question of whether or not the United Nations and World Bank decide to implement standardized education requirements on the nations receiving World Bank loans should be the focus of future research.
Green examines the future of education in a world where educational standards have become globalized. Green compares the development of standards and the purpose of edu