Objectives of Comparative Education
Comparative education consider it’s implications for education and policy implementation in the fields of education, social, national and international development.
It invites contributions from associated disciplines in government, management, sociology, technology and communications that influence educational research and policy making.
Objectives of Comparative Education are as follows:
- To assist in the understanding of one’s educational institutions as well as educational practices.
- To assist in the understanding of the factors that are responsible for various educational changes.
- To educate the students and teachers on the procedure through which educational changes occur.
- To contribute not only to the educational development of the society but also to the general development of the society.
- To serve as an academic discipline.
- To assist in solving one’s educational problems.
- To open one’s eyes to the educational philosophies, theories and practices of other countries.
- To assist both the students and teachers of discipline in gathering reliable information concerning educational system.
- To assist in the Promotion of international relations and
- To contribute to the formulation of a country’s educational systems.