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Global Governance and Educational Change:The Importance of Research on Transnational and International Policy Processes in Education

Karen Mundy  
Most educational policy research continues to frame education policy as an arena of primarily domestic rather than international politics.Drawing on recent research in the fields of political science,international relations,and public administration,this paper suggests that the impact of inter-national,regional and transnational actors and policy processes is growing,and deserves heightened attention from education policy scholarship.Global governance research in political science may offer new ways forward for educational policy research on transnational and international actors and policy processes,alerting us to the need for more attention to new kinds of international actors and new forms of organization and coordination,and deeper consideration of the extent to which normative processes are shaping the way in which nation states identify common international interests in the educational arena.
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