Privatizing higher education in Bangladesh: an American professor's involvement during the transition

N J Scannell
Journal of Cultural Diversity 1998, 5 (1): 23-8
The topic of teaching abroad is a timely one in light of the increasing involvement of students, educators and industry professionals in international exchange programs. The author hopes that other educators, in particular, may benefit from the very personal insights brought by this paper into the early stages of experience of a professor who took on the challenge of a teaching assignment in Bangladesh during its significant period of transition from public to private higher education.

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