A critique of international education and qualification frameworks.
What is it about?
This paper provides a critique of international education and qualification frameworks (ISCED, EQF and F-EHEA), particularly from the viewpoint of English higher education and training.
Why is it important?
Some of the assumptions in international frameworks are a poor fit with how education and training actually work in different countries. This hide important parts of the education and training system from international view, and it can lead to questionable policy decisions.
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