Dr. Yun You received her PhD from Institute of Education, University Col- lege London (IOE, UCL) in 2016. Her research areas include comparative education, education policy and policy analysis, school reform and gov- ernance (in particular, school autonomy and accountability) and teacher education.
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND EXPERIENCES |
In 2014, Dr. Yun You participated in the research project, Hong Kong as a Source for Education Policy in England – Rhetoric and Reality, led by Prof. Paul Morris.
Her main research for the doctoral program is：Imagining school autono- my in high-performing education systems: East Asia as a source of policy referencing in England.
Current research:Her present research interests focus on school collectiv- isation and clusterisation in Shanghai’s basic education reforms.
CONFERENCE PAPERS |
- Yun You. 2018. Run by others: School autonomy in Shanghai entrusted management reform. AERA.
- Yun You. 2014. ‘The new Orientalism’: Western imaginations of Chinese educational system as a source of policy borrowing. In group panel: Revisioning educational transfer: Towards the next generation of research. Comparative and International Education Society (CIES).
- Yun You. 2014. From East Asia to England： education policy ‘borrow- ing’ or ‘referencing’. In symposium: PISA and the politics of education policy: (de)constructing research impact and engagement. British Education Research Association (BERA).
- Yun You. 2013. The 2010 White Paper and inﬂuences from East Asia. British Academy Grant funded symposium: Emulating the Finnish teach- er education model: Uncovering the implications for UK teacher educa- tion and education policy.
- Yun You. 2012. Learning from East Asia? Policy borrowing in the ﬁeld of teacher education and school autonomy in England. British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE).
REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS |
- Yun You. （Forthcoming）. ‘East-to-West’ education policy borrowing and the ‘new Orientalism’: The English representations and global knowledge production of East Asian education. Comparative Education.
- Yun You. 2017. Comparing the systems of school accountability in England and its East Asian sources of ‘borrowing’. Comparative Educa- tion. 53:2, 224-244.
- Yun You and Paul Morris. 2015. Imagining school autonomy in high-per- forming education systems: East Asia as a source of policy referencing in England. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. 46:6, 882-905.
- Yun You and Bin Tan. 2009. It Looks Beautiful – A Reﬂection on Child Education through Unconventional Children’s Little Red Flower Complex. Journal of Educational Studies. 29:1, 25-32.
- The ‘round trip’ of learner-centred education: A ‘best practice’ derived from China’s New Curriculum Reform?
- Run by others: School autonomy in Shanghai entrusted management reform.