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    Title: Policy Design for Promoting Youth Global Mobility in Taiwan: Challenges and Prospects
    Authors: Chang, Dian-Fu;Chou, Wen-Ching
    Keywords: Global mobility;policy design;policy analysis;internationalization;outbound study
    Date: 2016/10/14
    Issue Date: 2016-12-03 02:11:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Followed EU’s Erasmus, Korean’s K-Move, Australia’s New Colombo Plan, and United States’ Generation Study Abroad, Taiwanese MOE initiated a plan called Mobility+ in 2015. The four- year plan has been designed to conduct from 2016 to 2019, which targets to promote the capability of global mobility for youth. In this plan, the four key competences have been raised, which are capability of communication, culture adaptability, professional competence, and practice focusing ability. Fifteen similar workshops for universities’ and high schools’ directors or staffs have been held for the policy purpose in 2016. This study focuses on the challenges of this policy implementation and future prospect. Related challenges and prospects were synthesized from 450 participants’ perspectives. The samples are consisted of 32.2 % in north, 33.2 % in south, 26.8% in central, and 7.7% in east of the island. The result reveals current Mobility+ has faced high challenges and relative low resources support which might impact on the result of implementation. However, the intention of the policy implementation is relative high. Most of the schools and universities have initiated their mobility plan in campuses. Basically, the universities have been found better than high schools in their working plans, available resources, and effects of policy implementation. In this study, there is no significant difference in related implementation in sectors. The findings can be used to further enhancing the implementation of global mobility policy for youth in future.
    Relation: International Conference on Education Research2016 proceding
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Educational Policy and Leadership] Proceeding

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