The Critical Review of How Globalization can cause fundamental Curriculum changes: An American perspective (Leonard J. Waks (2003). How Globalization can cause fundamental Curriculum changes: An American perspective, H., Brown, P., Dillabough, J.A., & Halsey, A.H. Education, Globalization & Social Change (pp.835-848 ). New York, United Sates: Oxford United Press.) The author’s emphasizes on the impact of globalization toward business competitions among multinational enterprise and the school education systems as a whole. The author also pointing out, the positive and negative impact created by the changes in the daily curriculum and the outcome in order to compete with other country. He argues that globalization will cause fundamental changes rather than incremental changes. In the business world the cross border trade and direct foreign investment and global integration of product markets has increased immensely due to globalization. Many multinational firm are force to change there ways of working and producing their products. In the past, American companies have set the prices for mass produced goods way above world levels creating huge profits and benefits for the company. No one can compete with these companies because of the technology and the available funds to produce. But at present many of the developing nations have gain more market shares due to the low-wage high skill workers producing a better product faster than those of American manufacturer with half the cost. This has affect many American firm greatly which has resulted in many company downsizing and reorganizing of the company and reengineered their work systems to include worker participation in cross functional teams using knowledge and information in respond to the global market opportunities. They also ask the government for a trade protection measures, loans, and reductions of federal corporate taxes to help lowering the production prices to compete with the other country. But this has resulted in a social inequalities and environmental destruction in many community. The education system in the USA was considered the best in the world by far and very reputable. People from around the world would come to America to be educated in local school and university. But now many countries around the world had surpassed the USA in all academic area whether it was math, science or history and technological where innovation is being overtaken. American student was in the last place for a number of years when it come world academic test. So the government started an education reform, where teacher and community members are granted with professional autonomy through site-based management and school choice. All the curriculums in school are revise and new way of teaching contents are proposed so that the level between each school becomes the standardized. The government proposed an intensification of the academic curriculum, more required courses in science, mathematics, and computer literacy and imposition of world class standard monitored with standardized tests. The result was not unsatisfied and unsuccessful because the day to day practice did not change the original curriculum. Globalization will continue to expand and more changes will occurs. This increase will affect the curriculum within the social community resulting in more global competition in both business and education system. If all industry apply knowledge to knowledge to create new knowledge and information and combine it this will create new products and services and be able to be more competitive The future for the individual, company, and country is centered on the ability to adapt to new foundation create in the new era.