Date of Submission

Spring 2014

Academic Programs and Concentrations

Human Rights

Project Advisor 1

Peter Rosenblum

Abstract/Artist's Statement

Education is important to us. It allows us to expand our own vocabulary and produce anything within the confines we create for ourselves. Human development and economic development occur through the use of education and when both work in tandem, freedoms are achieved and greatly enhanced. Education is integral to both, but can suffer if both development processes are not working towards the evaluation of the human person. This paper will focus on the development of Republic of Korea, Indonesia, and Malaysia and analyze their evolution of education through different communities and thinkers of education in order evaluate if education’s situation in economic theory and measurements is minimized in its value

Open Access Agreement

On-Campus only

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