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The Search for New Governance of Higher Education in Asia
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. In the light on the ancient times, there were prominent universities of Nalanda, Takhashila, Vallabhi and Vikramshila which attract the scholars from all over the world in the field of higher education. The first three modern universities were established at Bombay now Mumbai , Calcutta now Kolkata and Madras now Chennai in on the pattern of London University. Although the growth of higher education in British period was very slow.
No 91: Fall 2017
Education in Thailand
This study proposes a theoretical framework based on literature and model to determined E-learning portal success. The study compared males and females to E-learning portal usage. The study included service quality, system quality, information quality, user satisfaction, system use, and E-learning portal success. The empirical data of students participated from the different universities of Malaysia through google surveys analyzed using the Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modelling. The study further divided the full model into two domains, which are female and male.
Education is a fundamental human right, a key driver of economic development and a social investment in the future. It provides citizens with the skills and tools to sustain their livelihoods, escape poverty and contribute to social and economic development. Education has a strong correlation with a number of development indicators, such as economic growth,  child mortality,  poverty rate,  inequality,  mortality rates, income growth  and access to healthcare. It shapes the values of coming generations and can impart principles such as dignity, integrity, liberty, equality, accountability and transparency which play a vital role in promoting development, social justice, human rights and anti-corruption efforts. In light of this core societal function, it is no surprise that education accounts for over 20 per cent of total government public sector expenditure in many countries.
The highest performing education systems are those that combine quality with equity. Equity in education means that personal or social circumstances such as gender, ethnic origin or family background, are not obstacles to achieving educational potential definition of fairness and that all individuals reach at least a basic minimum level of skills definition of inclusion. In these education systems, the vast majority of students have the opportunity to attain high-level skills, regardless of their own personal and socio-economic circumstances. Within the Asia-Pacific region, for example, Korea, Shanghai-China, and Japan are examples of Asian education systems that have climbed the ladder to the top in both quality and equity indicators.