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Accountability: Antecedents, Power, and Processes

Epitomized by the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and the US government’s Race to the Top, “accountability” is becoming a pervasive normalizing discourse, legitimizing historic shifts from viewing education as a social and cultural to an economic project engendering usable skills and “competences.” The purpose of this special issue is to provide context and perspective on these momentous shifts. The papers point to historic antecedents, highlight core ideas, and identify changes in the balance of power between domestic and global policy makers.

The OECD as Pivot of the Emerging Global Educational Accountability Regime: How Accountable are the Accountants?

The article analyzes the ideological and political context and mechanisms which have allowed OECD to become a major unchecked power in global educational policy making.

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