The purpose of this paper is to develop a comprehensive theory for sustainable education.
The authors have used a multiple case studies approach.
The authors have identified ten drivers that influence sustainable education. Most of these drivers have been drawn on the basis of extensive literature review; however, some of the drivers are novel to the current study, such as attitude, behavior, and promotion.
The framework needs to be validated using empirical research with a large-sample size.
The study offers guidelines to universities and institutions that want to impart sustainable education to their students for better employability.
The study makes an immense contribution to society by recognizing the need for sustainable education and identifying how to achieve better results.
The current paper contributes to the existing literature by identifying three novel constructs and how the constructs can shape sustainable education to address current market needs.
Dubey, R., Gunasekaran, A. and Deshpande, A. (2017), "Building a comprehensive framework for sustainable education using case studies", Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 49 No. 1, pp. 33-39. https://doi.org/10.1108/ICT-08-2016-0051Download as .RIS
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