Research Round-up

May 2012
Education (14637073);5/11/2012, Issue 466, p9
The article offers news briefs related to educational research published in different journals in Great Britain. It notes the evaluation of the performance management in the nation using the Balance Scorecard. It also mentions the study of the fractured international environmental governance and the role of the Commonwealth in biodiversity and climate change. Moreover, a study on the mission of internationalization of higher education in the Asia-Pacific region is also conducted.


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