Fabrice Jaumont’s teaching career started in the 1990s and took on multiple forms over the years with courses taught in undergraduate and graduate programs (New York University, Baruch College – City University of New York, Trinity College Dublin, National College of Ireland), high schools (International School of Boston), or in continuing education programs (United Nations Secretariat). In recent years, he has focused on courses that help students identify the main strands of thinking in the fields of globalization and international education.
In International Higher Education: Policies and Practices (Baruch College, City University of New York), students will be introduced to the key themes and theories that help frame our understanding of globalization and its impact on higher education systems around the world. Drawing on scholarship from the fields of comparative and international education, political science, economics, and sociology, the course will address key topics such as modernization and international development in higher education, shifts in university identity and governance, the internationalization of higher education, the emergence of global education policies, the increasing connection between higher education and economic production, the Global University, and social movements on campuses around the world. Additionally, students will examine issues such as mobility, access, equity, quality, finance, and governance of higher education from an international perspective, while engaging in the global higher education debate. Syllabus: 9343_W21 Jaumont
Globalization and Education (New York University) addresses key topics such as the emergence of global education policies, the role of transnational institutions in policy formation, the increasing connection between education and economic production and the transfer of business values to the educational arena, patterns of migration, language, and identity and their connection to education services, technology and education, the role of media in knowledge production, shifts in university identity and governance, and social movements in education.
Syllabus: INTE-GE 2805 SP20 Globalization and Education
Foundations in International Education (New York University) draws on scholarship from the fields of comparative and international education, philosophy, sociology, and anthropology, and emphasizes critical social theories that address issues and dynamics of structure, power, and inequality, since they are particularly relevant for educational thought that tries to transform education and society for the better.
Syllabus: Foundations in International Education
Billionaires, Best Intentions, and Education (New York University) seeks to engage students in analyzing the history and development of philanthropy and foundations and their impact on policies and education institutions around the world.
Syllabus: Billionaires, Best Intentions, and Education
International Perspectives on Educational Reform (New York University) gives students an opportunity to do an in-depth study of education reform in an international context. The goal is to understand education policy reform, with attention to the contexts and variables contributing to reform initiatives. Co-taught with Teboho Moja.
Syllabus: International Perspective on Education Reform