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INTRODUCTION |

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 |

  1. Yun You. 2018. Run by others: School autonomy in Shanghai entrusted management reform. AERA.
  2. 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).
  3. 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).
  4. 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.
  5. 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 |

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.

MANUSCRIPTS |

  1. The ‘round trip’ of learner-centred education: A ‘best practice’ derived from China’s New Curriculum Reform?
  2. Run by others: School autonomy in Shanghai entrusted management reform.

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