On “the more national, the more international” in a perspective of educational research

in Frontiers of Education in China
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The proposition of “the more national, the more international”, when applied to education, is not absolutely right. Given education, educational research and the modernization of educational research, these can be more international only when their essence represents, reflects or implies the trend of human education and educational research. Otherwise, it would not be the case.

On “the more national, the more international” in a perspective of educational research

in Frontiers of Education in China

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