In this chapter, the authors provide a historical overview of the development of comparative and international education in North America from 1920s to the beginning of the twenty-first century. The authors document the significant role some of the most influential leaders played to help lay the foundation for comparative education societies in Canada, Cuba, Haiti, Mexico, and the United States. Using historical comparative research technique, the authors examine the many interconnections of current and past leaders. The authors conclude with recommendations on how knowing the history can help strengthen comparative and international education development well into the future.
Jacob, W.J., Ye, H., Wang, S., Wang, X., Ma, X., Bagci, A., Gu, Q. and Vergara, J.L.M. (2019), "The History of Comparative and International Education in North America
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