Dancing with Legitimacy: Globalisation, Educational Decentralisation, and the State in Indonesia
Decentralisation has become a global norm that has changed the face of education governance in many countries since the late 1970s. Indonesia was completely swept up by this movement in 2001 after the severe legitimacy crisis ended the three-decade-reigning centralist regime of the New Order. This thesis aims to analyse the way educational decentralisation helped to save the nation from the crisis, but was then faced with challenges from the local district...[Show more]
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