BA,cum laude, Butler University
Indiana University (1958)
Indiana University (1961)
University of Crete, Rethymnon, Crete, Greece (2002)
Assistant Professor of Education
in the Social Sciences, University of Chicago, (1961-1975)
Professor of Education, UNiversity of Michigan, (1965-1970)
of Education, Florida State University, (1970-1997)
Professor at Florida Atlantic University, (1997-2001)
Project SHELL, Lynn University, (2002-2007)
Project SUCCESS, St. Thomas University, (2007-present)
Affiliations (associations, organizations, institutions)
American Educational Research
and International Education Society
Council for the Social Studies
Kazamias, A. & Massialas, B.
(1965). Tradition and change in education: A comparative study.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
B. (1975). Some propositions about the role of the school in the formation of
political behavior and political attitudes of students: Cross-National
perspectives. Comparative Education Review, 19, 169-176.
B. & Jarrar, S.(1983). Education in the Arab world. New York:
B. & Jarrar, S.(1991). Arab education in transition. New York:
& Massialas, B.(1992). Arab Republic of Egypt. In Cookson, P., Sodavnick,
& Semel, S.(Eds). (pp.149-167) International Handbook of
Educational Reform. New York: Greenwood.
B. (2000). The quest for educational reform in the Gulf: The case of the
Emirates.(pp.137151) In Bouzakis, S. (Ed).Historical-Comparative
perspectives. Athens, Greece: Gutenberg.
B. (2005).The school of the future (in Greek). Journal of Education
Sciences, University of Crete. 1, 7-18.
Reports and Professional Publications:
(August 1979) "Basic Education in Egypt," Report of the Joint
author) (1984) "Basic Education: An Assessment: Curriculum and Teacher
Education." Prepared for the Ministry of Education, Arab Republic of
Egypt, by the Academy for Educational Development.
author with Samir Jarrar) (winter 1987) "Conflicts in the Process of
Education in the Arab World: The Present Challenge," Arab Studies
(1988) "The Education Systems of Algeria; Egypt; Jordan Lebanon; Syria;
Tunisia; Morocco; Sudan; Libya. Separate articles on each country", World
with Jamileh Mikati) (1988) "Trends in Women's Education and Employment in
the Arab World", Women and Economic Development in the Arab World, Julinda
Abu Nasr and Irini Lorfing, Eds. Beirut: Institute for Women's Studies in the
Arab World, BUC, 1988.
of Educational Crisis in the Arab World," (1991)World Crisis in
Education, I.E. Pyrgiotakis and I.N.Kanakis, Eds. Athens: Grigoris
Education in the Arab World,"( 1991), International Higher
Education: An Encyclopedia, Philip Altbach, Ed.
in the Middle East and North Africa," (1992) Encyclopedia of
Educational Research (AERA) Sixth edition, Macmillan.
Education in the Arab World: Problems and Prospects" (1992)(Working Paper
No. 17) Center for Near Eastern Studies, University of California at Los
States: Adult Education," (1994) International Encyclopedia of
Education, Second Ed., Pergamon Press.
Imperatives for Social Studies in the 21st Century," In Graham F. Welcch
and Ezzat Abd El Mawgood, eds. Educational Reform in the United Arab
Emirates: A Global Perspective. Dubai: UAE Ministry of Education and Youth,
and Leadership in Instruction, Curriculum Development and Assessment," in
Ezzat Abd El Mawgood, ed. Education reform in the UAE: Education
through the Utilization of Technology. Dubai, Ministry of Education and
Contributed By: Byron Massialas