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This book reflects the paradigm shift now manifesting in Bangladesh's education system by highlighting recent empirical research. It shares essential insights by presenting research conducted on diverse aspects of current day education in Bangladesh, including policy and governance, equity, access and participation, curriculum and pedagogy, assessment, and education programs and projects run by NGOs. Further, it offers a platform for these unique studies to be showcased and disseminated to scholars and researchers from developing and developed countries alike, and represents a unique reference resource for the education research community in Bangladesh, Asia and all over the world. With Foreword from Professor Serajul Islam Choudhury. von Chowdhury, Raqib
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Dr Raqib Chowdhury taught at the University of Dhaka from 1997 to 2004 and then, upon completing his PhD in 2008, joined Monash University, where he currently teaches. He holds Masters degrees in English Literature and Education and has published widely in the areas of TESOL, culture and pedagogy, teacher education, EIL, international education and identity. His latest book is from Multilingual Matters in 2014, entitled Desiring TESOL and International Education: Market Abuse and Exploitation. Dr Mahbub Sarkar is a lecturer of educational research in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University. He has over 12 years' experience in researching a range of STEM education issues from early years to undergraduate levels, including aspects such as improving the quality of science curricula and teaching to increase student engagement, understanding the development of scientific and environmental literacy with students, and promoting undergraduate science students' employability skills. Dr Foez Mojumder completed his PhD in the Faculty of Education, Monash University, and currently teaches at primary to Masters levels. His teaching and research interests include STEM education, curriculum and pedagogy, and indigenous education. He has long been involved in educational projects at Monash University, focusing on improving the education of children in developing countries. He completed his Master of Education and Bachelor of Education at the Institute of Education and Research, University of Dhaka. Dr M. Moninoor Roshid is an Associate Professor inthe Institute of Education and Research (IER), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He completed his PhD on Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) at Monash University in Australia, and has produced a number of publications on English studies focusing on ELF, business communication, materials development, discourse analysis, graduates' employment, and university-industry partnerships.