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Index of the ADEA Newsletter, 1993 to 1997


This index covers ADEA Newsletter issues from Vol. 5, No. 1 (1993) to Vol. 9, No. 4 (1997). Prior to 1993 (Volumes 1 to 5), the Newsletter was produced by the World Bank's Africa Region Technical Department, which was then responsible for the management of the association.

In 1992, ADEA established a small Secretariat in Paris, hosted by the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) of UNESCO. Production of the ADEA Newsletter was temporarily halted during the move from Washington to Paris. It was resumed in 1993, the first full year that the Secretariat worked out of Paris. As of Volume 5, the ADEA Newsletter has been produced on a quarterly basis. The Newsletter has been published online since 1996.


How to use the Index

The ADEA Newsletter Index has three sections:

  1. Subject Index
  2. Country Index
  3. Index of Articles

Contributions by African Ministers of Education are also highlighted. The references (X-Y-Z) that follow each entry and subentry in the Subject and Country Indexes indicate: (X) the Volume Number, (Y) the Issue Number, and (Z) the Page Number, respectively.

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Subject Index

A

AAU (Association of African Universities): 5-1-6; 6-3-12; 7-1-1; 7-1-3
ADEA (Association for the Development of Education in Africa)
ADEA Working Groups: 6-4-6; 7-2-9; 8-4-12; 9-1-3; 9-1-6. See Working Groups, for articles referring to specific Working Groups
Biennial Meeting: 9-1-8, 9-1-9 (General); 5-2-5, 6-1-1, 6-1-3, 6-1-4 (Angers); 7-4-1, 7-4-4, 7-4-6, 7-4-8, 7-4-10 (Tours); 9-3-1, 9-3-5, 9-4-1, 9-4-4, 9-4-7, 9-4-8 (Dakar)
Bureau of African Ministers: 7-2-10; 7-4-11; 9-1-4; 9-4-7
Caucus of African Ministers: 6-4-6; 7-4-10; 8-4-12; 9-1-4; 9-4-3; 9-4-6
Country/Working Group Profiles: 9-3-11
DIS (Donor Information System) See PRISME
Evaluation: 6-3-14; 7-1-6
Funding: 5-2-9
Intra-African Exchange Program: 8-2/3-4; 9-1-5
PRISME (Project Information System on Education): 5-2-12; 9-1-15; 9-3-7; 9-4-13
Publications: 5-1-4; 7-3-11; 8-1-1; 8-1-7; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-5; 9-1-9; 9-1-16; 9-2-10; 9-2-12
Secretariat: 9-1-2
SPESSA (Statistical Profile on Education in Sub-Saharan Africa): 9-1-14
Steering Committee: 5-1-8; 7-1-7; 8-2/3-17; 9-1-3
Web Site: 9-1-13
African Forum for Children's Literacy in Science and Technology: 5-2-15
Agathe Uwiligiyimana Award: 8-4-15
Aid Practices and Policies
Cost of Technical Assistance and the CFA Franc Devaluation: 6-2-1
Country-Led Coordination of Aid in Ghana: See Book Reviews
Critical Analysis of Aid Practices and Instruments: 9-3-3
Debt For Development Swaps as a Tool of Aid Policy: 5-2-1; 6-1-12; 6-3-1
Development Cooperation: A Critical View: 7-4-6
France's Cooperation Policy: 6-1-3
Government's Coordination of Aid to Education: the Case of Namibia: See Book Reviews
Negotiation With Aid Agencies: A Dwarf Against a Giant: See Book Reviews
Role of International Funding Institutions in the Development of Education in Africa: 9-4-10
Suggestions for Aid in Support of EFA Goals: 6-1-16
AIDS
The Impact of AIDS on Education: 5-2-3; 6-1-8
APNET (African Publishers Network): 6-2-5; 8-1-3; 8-1-5; 8-4-14

B

Basic Education
Basic Education, a Highly Profitable Public Investment: 7-4-14
Contribution of Higher Education to Basic Education in Africa: 7-1-5; 7-2-6; 7-2-7
CONFEMEN, 46th Meeting on Basic Education: See Conferences/Major Meetings
Prospects for Basic Education in West Africa: 6-4-1
Research to Improve Basic Education: 8-1-8
Review of EFA Progress in the Sahel and in Eastern and Southern Africa: 6-1-16
Ségou Meeting – Theme: Sub-Regional Integration through Basic Education: 7-3-9
Book Reviews and Abstracts
Analyses, Agendas and Priorities for Education in Africa: Inventory and Analytic Overview of Education Sector Studies in Africa, 1990-1994, Joel Samoff and N'Dri Thérèse Assié-Lumumba (1996): 9-1-17
Country-Led Coordination of Aid in Ghana, Harry Sawyerr (1997): 9-3-8
Education in West Africa, Situation, Challenges and Prospects, Roger Pons (1994): 6-4-1
Formulating Education Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa – Proceedings of the DAE Biennial Meetings, ADEA (1996): 9-1-16
Formulating Education Policy: Lessons and Experiences from Sub-Saharan Africa – Six Case Studies and Reflections from the DAE Biennial Meetings, ADEA (1996): 9-1-16
Gestion et mobilisation des personnels enseignants dans les pays francophones d'Afrique subsaharienne, ADEA Working Group on the Teaching Profession, Francophone Section (1996): 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6; 9-1-17
Government's Coordination of Aid to Education: the Case of Namibia, Peter Williams (1995): 7-3-11
Making Debt Work for Education, Neil Saravanamutto and Christopher Shaw (1995): 5-2-1; 6-1-12; 6-3-1
Negotiation With Aid Agencies: A Dwarf Against a Giant, Jacques Hallak (1995): 9-3-10
NESIS Modules – From Diagnosis to Action Plan, Record Management, Data-Collection, Education Indicators, ADEA Working Group on Education Statistics (1997): 9-2-10
Planning and Monitoring the Quality of Primary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa, Ward Heneveld (1994): 6-4-12
Redeployment of the Teaching Staff in Guinea, Alamah Condé (1995): 7-3-11
Statistical Indicators of Female Participation in Education, Teresa Hartnett and Ward Heneveld (1993): 5-2-7
Statistical Profile of Education in sub-Saharan Africa, 1990-1993, DAE (1995): 7-3-11
Strategies for Promoting Girl's and Women's Education, FAWE: 7-4-12
Synopsis of Research Findings on Languages of Instruction and their Implications for Education Policies in Africa, Okoth Okombo and Casimir M. Rubgumya (1997): 8-4-5
Universities in Africa: Strategies for Stabilization and Revitalization; William Saint (1992): 6-4-11
Using Examinations to Improve Education: A Study in Fourteen African Countries, World Bank Africa Technical Department (1992): 6-1-10
What We Know About Third World Publishing: Issues and Debates, Philip G. Altbach in Bibliography on Publishing and Book Development in the Third World, 1980-1993 (1993): 8-1-6
Books and Publishing
Book Distribution: 6-3-9; 8-1-6
Challenges for the Publishing Industry in the Developing World: 8-1-6
Development of Local Publishing Capacities: 6-3-9; 8-1-4; 8-1-6
Economics of Publishing: 6-3-9; 8-1-6; 8-1-7; 8-4-13
Effect of the CFA Franc Devaluation on the Book Industry: 6-3-9
National Book Policies: 6-2-5; 8-4-14
Publishing in National Languages: 8-4-13
South-North Publishing Partnerships: 8-1-4
UK-ODA's Changing Policy on Books Provision: 5-1-7
What We Know About Third World Publishing: Issues and Debates, by Philip G. Altbach: See Book Reviews

C

Capacity Building in Education
ADEA Biennial Meeting (1997) – Theme: Partnerships for Capacity-Building and Quality Improvements in Education: 9-3-1, 9-3-5, 9-4-1, 9-4-4, 9-4-8
ADEA Capacity-Building Strategies: 8-2/3-1; 9-2-1; 9-3-6
CFA Franc
Impact of the CFA Franc Devaluation on Education: 6-2-1; 7-2-5
Impact of the CFA Franc Devaluation on Health: 7-2-5
Impact of the CFA Franc Devaluation on the Book Industry: 6-3-9
CEPEC (Centre d'études pédagogiques pour l'expérimentation et le conseil): 6-2-8; 8-1-8
CfBT (Centre for British Teachers): 9-1-18
CHISCI (Council for the Promotion of Children's Science Publications in Africa): 6-2-7
CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa): 8-1-11
Community Education: See Nonformal Education
CONFEMEN (Conference of Ministers on Education of French-Speaking Countries) See Conferences/Major Meetings
Conferences / Major Meetings
ADEA Biennial Meeting, Partnerships for Capacity Building and Quality Improvements in Education, Dakar (1997): 9-3-1; 9-3-5; 9-4-1; 9-4-4; 9-4-7; 9-4-8
Audience Africa: Social Development - Africa's priorities (1995): 6-4-15; 7-2-8
Colloquium on the African University in the 1990s and Beyond, Maseru (1995): 6-3-12; 7-1-1; 7-2-11
CONFEMEN, 45th Meeting, Dakar (1993): 5-2-6
CONFEMEN, 46th Meeting, Basic Education, Yaoundé (1994): 6-4-5
CONFEMEN, 47th Meeting, Technical and Vocational Education, Liège (1996): 8-2/3-18
DAE Conference on Textbook Provision and Library Development in Africa, Manchester (1991): 5-1-10
DAE Biennial Meeting, Formulating Education Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa, Tours (1995): 7-4-1
DAE Task Force Meeting, Improving the Implementation of Education Projects in Africa through Ownership, Angers (1993): 5-2-5; 6-1-1
High-Level Council for French-Speaking Communities (Haut Conseil de la francophonie): French-Speaking Communities and African Societies (1995): 7-2-6
International Conference for Young Leaders, Montréal (1994): 6-2-15
International Conference on Assistance to African Children, Dakar (1992): 5-1-3
Pan-African Children's Book Fair, Nairobi (1994): 6-2-7
Pan-African Seminar on the Financing and the Financial Management of Education in sub-Saharan Africa, Dakar (1997): 9-4-14
Pan-African Seminar on the Problems and Prospects of the Use of African Languages in Education, Accra (1996): 8-4-1
SADC (Southern African Development Community), From Transition to Cooperation, Maputo (1995): 8-2/3-19
Ségou Looks Ahead: Sub-Regional Integration through Basic Education, Ségou (1995): 7-3-9
Seminar on Girls' Education in the Sahel, Dakar (1994): 6-2-4
International Conference on Education, 45th Session, Strengthening the Role of Teachers in a Changing World, Geneva (1996): 8-2/3-9
Tenth World Congress on Comparative Education, Cape Town (1998): 9-4-15
Zimbabwe International Book Fair, Harare (1996): 8-4-14
Coordination of Aid
Country-Led Coordination of Aid in Ghana: See Book Reviews
Government's Coordination of Aid to Education: the Case of Namibia: See Book Reviews

D

DAE (Donors to African Education) - See ADEA
Debt (Sub-Saharan African): 5-2-1; 6-3-1
Debt Swaps for Education: 5-2-1; 6-1-12; 6-3-1
Development Cooperation See Aid Policies and Practices
DIS (Donors Information System) See Project Information System on Education (PRISME)

E

Economics of Education/ Education Finance
Cost of Education Systems in Countries of Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa: 8-2/3-6
Education Budgets in Francophone Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa: 8-2/3-6
Financing Education with Debt-For-Development Swaps: 5-2-1; 6-1-12; 6-3-1
Financing of Teacher Salaries: 5-2-10
Impact of AIDS on the Financing of Education: 5-2-4
Impact of the CFA Franc Devaluation on Education: 6-2-1; 7-2-5
Funding and Financial Management of Universities: See Higher Education
ED*ASSIST (Education Automated Statistical Information System Toolkit): 9-2-14
EFA (Education For All)
EFA in Western and Central Africa: 7-3-9
EFA Progress in Ten Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa: 9-2-12
Fifth Meeting of the EFA Steering Committee: 7-2-9
Review of progress achieved since the Jomtien Declaration in Countries of the Sahel and in Eastern and Southern Africa: 6-1-16
Role of Higher Education in the Achievement of EFA: 7-2-7
Efficiency (Educational)
Factors Determining School Effectiveness: 6-4-12; 7-3-1; 7-3-4
Performance Profiles in Francophone Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa: 8-2/3-6
Enrollment
Enrollment in Francophone Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa: 8-2/3-6
Enrollment Ratios by Region and Sex (1980-1990): 7-4-13
UNESCO Enrollment Projections: 6-2-15
Evaluation of Educational Achievement
National Assessment Systems for Student Performance: 5-1-3
Assessing Reading Abilities: 5-1-11
Examinations
Developing National Examination Systems For the Improvement of Primary and Secondary Education: 6-1-10
Using Examinations to Improve Education: A Study in Fourteen African Countries, World Bank Africa Technical Department: See Book Reviews

F

FAWE (Forum for African Women Educationalists): 5-1-1; 6-2-4; 6-4-6; 6-4-14; 7-4-12; 8-2/3-11; 8-4-15
Female Education
Agathe Uwiligiyimana Award: 8-4-15
Challenging the Provision of Science Education for Girls: 5-1-1; 6-3-7
Enlisting NGOs for the Promotion of Female Education: 5-1-2; 6-3-6
Gender Disparities: 5-1-1; 5-2-7
Gender Research: 5-1-1
Impact of AIDS on Female Education: 5-2-4
Partnership for Strategic Resource Planning Program of the Working Group on Female Participation: 9-1-19
Strategies for Promoting Girls' Education: 5-1-1; 7-4-12
Teenage Pregnancy: 6-4-14
Finance (Education) See Economics of Education/Education Finance

G

GASAT (Gender and Science and Technology Association): 6-3-8
Gender Disparities
The Measurement of Gender Disparities: 5-2-7 See Female Education

H

Health and Education
Impact of CFA Franc Devaluation on Health and Education: 7-2-5
Higher Education
Donor Policies for Higher Education: 5-1-6
Challenges Facing, and Strategies for, Universities in Africa: 6-4-11; 7-1-1
Colloquium on the African University in the 1990s and Beyond: 6-3-12; 7-1-1; 7-2-11
Contribution of Higher Education to Basic Education in Africa: 7-1-5; 7-2-6; 7-2-7
Demand, Access and Equity Issues in African Higher Education: 7-1-1
Funding of African Universities: 7-1-1; 7-1-3
Impact of AIDS on Higher Education: 5-2-4
Institutional Reforms in Universities: 5-1-6
Management and Governance of African Universities: 7-1-1; 7-1-2
Partnerships with the Business Community, Governments and the Wider Society: 7-1-1; 7-1-3
Prospects for Higher Education in West Africa: 6-4-1
Quality and Relevance of African Universities: 7-1-1
Rationalizing Donor Reporting Requirements: 6-1-6
Science and Technology in African Universities: 7-1-1
Universities in Africa: Strategies for Stabilization and Revitalization, by William Saint: See Book Reviews
University Management: 6-1-6; 6-4-9; 6-4-11; 6-4-12; 7-1-1
University Staff Retention and Capacity Loss: 5-1-6; 6-1-7
University Strategic Planning: 7-1-5
World Bank Higher Education Policy: 6-4-9

I

LTDPA (Literacy Training and Education Development Program for Africa ): See Literacy
Implementation of Education Programs
Implementing the PASE (Programme d'ajustement du secteur de l'éducation) in Guinea: 7-3-6 See Conferences/Major Meetings: DAE Task Force Meeting, Improving the Implementation of Education Projects in Africa through Ownership, Angers (1993)
Indicators (Education)
Female Participation in Education Indicators: 5-2-7
Main Indicators of Development in Education in Ten Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa: 9-2-13
NESIS Module on Education Indicators: 9-2-10
Information and Communication Technology (ICT): 7-1-4
Electronic Databases and the Use of CD-Rom Technology in Africa: 6-1-8; 6-2-6
E-Mail and Electronic Networks in Africa: 6-3-15
ICT, Social Process and Organizational Change: 9-1-10
Use of Information Technology in African Universities: 6-1-8; 6-2-6
International Publishing Partnership: 8-1-5
Intra-African Exchanges: See ADEA Intra-African Exchange Program

J

Jeanne Sauvé Foundation: 6-2-15

L

Language Policies
Analysis of Policy Experiences in Africa: 8-4-5
Language Policy and Planning in Senegal, Interview with Mamadou Ndoye, Deputy Minister in Charge of Basic Education and National Languages, Senegal: 8-4-8. See Conferences/Major Meetings, Pan-African Seminar on the Problems and Prospects of the Use of African Languages in Education
Languages of Instruction
Language Policy and Planning in Senegal, Interview with Mamadou Ndoye, Deputy Minister in Charge of Basic Education and National Languages, Senegal: 8-4-8
Pan-African Seminar on the Problems and Prospects of the Use of African Languages in Education, Accra (1996): 8-4-1
Research on Languages of Instruction and School Outcomes: 8-4-1; 8-4-5
Literacy
Literacy Programs in Burkina-Faso: 8-2/3-14
Literacy Training and Development Program for Africa (LTDPA): 5-2-17

M

Math and Science Education
African Forum for Children's Literacy in Science and Technology: 5-2-15
Math and Science Education for Girls: See Female Education
Science Publications for Children: 6-2-7
The Emerging Role of African Universities in the Development of Science and Technology: 7-1-1

N

NESIS (National Education Statistical Information Systems) Program of the Working Group on Education Statistics
NESIS Modules: From Diagnosis to Action Plan, Record Management; Data-Collection; Education Indicators: 6-2-10; 7-2-2; 9-2-10
NESIS Program: 5-2-13; 6-2-9; 6-2-9; 6-2-10; 7-2-2; 8-2/3-3; 9-2-1; 9-2-4; 9-2-10
NESIS Program in Zambia: 9-2-4
Nonformal Education
Community Education in Chad: 6-2-13
Excerpts from the Opening Address Delivered by Hon. Mamadou Ndoye, Senegal, Meeting for the Establishment of a Working Group on Nonformal Education: 8-2/3-16
Literacy Campaigns in Burkina Faso: 8-2/3-14
Non-Governmental Organisations
Enlisting NGOs for the Promotion of Female Education: 5-1-2; 6-3-6

P

Partnerships in Education
See Conferences/Major Meetings: ADEA Biennial Meeting, Dakar (1997): 9-3-1; 9-3-5; 9-4-1; 9-4-4; 9-4-7; 9-4-8
PASEC (Project for the Analysis of Education Systems): 5-2-6
Policy Formulation
Making the Link between School Practices and Policy Formulation: 7-3-1
Policy Formulation in Benin: 5-1-9
Policy Formulation in São Tomé and Principe: 8-2/3-4; 9-1-5; 9-3-6
Primacy of Basic Education in Policy Formulation: 7-4-14
See Conferences/ Major Meetings, ADEA Biennial Meeting, Tours (1995), The Process of Education Policy Formation in Sub-Saharan Africa
See Book Reviews and Abstracts, Country-Led Coordination of Aid in Ghana
See Book Reviews and Abstracts, Formulating Education Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa – Proceedings of the DAE Biennial Meetings
See Book Reviews and Abstracts, Formulating Education Policy: Lessons and Experiences from Sub-Saharan Africa – Six Case Studies and Reflections from the DAE Biennial Meetings
Primary Education
Methodology for Measuring School Effectiveness: 7-3-1
Research on Primary Schools in Francophone Africa: 6-2-8
PRISME (Project and Program Information System on Education): See ADEA, PRISME
Private Education
Private Education in Chad: 6-2-13
Projects and Programs (Education)
Project Information System on Education (PRISME): 5-2-12; 9-1-15; 9-3-7
Publishing: See Books and Publishing

Q

Quality (Education)
Defining Educational Quality and Determining Which Factors Impact School Effectiveness: 6-4-12; 7-3-1
Improving the Quality of Education in Madagascar through the National Program of Educational Improvement (PNAE): 7-3-4
See Book Reviews, Planning and Monitoring the Quality of Primary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
See Conferences/Major Meetings, ADEA Biennial Meeting, Dakar (1997), Partnerships for Capacity-Building and Quality Improvements in Education

R

Regional Cooperation
See ADEA Intra-African Exchange Program
See SADC
Research (Educational)
African Research Capacities: 5-1-5
Policy Research Studies in Benin: 5-1-9
Research and Policy Analysis as a Means of Enhancing Educational Development and Innovation: 5-1-5

S

SADC (Southern African Development Community)
Report of Meeting: 8-2/3-19
Sahel
Seminar on Girls' Education in the Sahel: 6-2-4
School Libraries
Meeting of the Working Group on Textbooks and Libraries: 7-1-10
School Records
Developing School Records and School Survey Collection Instruments in Zambia: 9-2-5
NESIS Module on Record Management: 9-2-10
School records and School Survey: 7-2-2
Science Education: See Math and Science Education
School Effectiveness
Factors Determining School Effectiveness: 6-4-12; 7-3-1
Determining Which Factors Impact School Effectiveness in Madagascar: 7-3-4
Secondary Education
Methodology for Measuring School Effectiveness: 7-3-4
Sector Analysis (Education)
Analyses, Agendas and Priorities for Education in Africa: Inventory and Analytic Overview of Education Sector Studies in Africa, by Joel Samoff and N'Dri Thérèse Assié-Lumumba: See Book Reviews
Education Sector Analysis for Policy Reform in Benin: 5-1-9
Ségou
See Conferences/Major Meetings, Ségou Meeting: 7-3-9
Social Development and Education: See Conferences/Major Meetings, Audience Africa
Statistics (Education)
Challenges in Developing Statistical Information Systems in Africa: 9-2-8
Developing a National Statistics Information System in Zambia: 9-2-4
ED*ASSIST (Education Automated Statistical Information System Toolkit): 9-2-14
Impact of AIDS on Education Statistics: 5-2-4
Statistical Indicators of Female Participation in Education: 5-2-7
See Book Reviews: Statistical Profile of Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
See NESIS (National Education Statistical Information Systems)
Student Evaluation
Assessing Reading Abilities: 5-1-3; 5-1-11
Student Performance and National Assesment Systems: 5-1-3

T

Teachers
Impact of AIDS on the Teacher Issues: 5-2-4
Redeployment of teachers in Guinea: 7-3-6; 7-3-11
Redeployment of teachers in Togo: 9-1-5
Strengthening the Role of Teachers in a Changing World – 45th Session of the International Conference on Education: 8-2/3-9
Teacher Qualifications and Teacher Effectiveness: 6-1-9
Teacher Wages: 6-1-9
TMS (Teacher Management and Support) Program of the Working Group on the Teaching Profession: 5-2-12; 6-1-9; 6-3-13; 7-2-2; 7-3-5; 7-3-6; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6; 8-2/3-10; 9-1-18
Gestion et mobilisation des personnels enseignants dans les pays francophones d'Afrique subsaharienne : See Book Reviews
Headteacher Training in Mozambique: 9-1-18
TMS Program in Botswana: 8-2/3-10
TMS Program in Côte d'Ivoire: 7-3-8
TMS Program in Guinea: 7-3-6
Technical and Vocational Education and Training
Financing and Regulation of Technical and Vocational Education: 7-1-8
Impact of AIDS on Vocational Education and Training: 5-2-4
Technical and Vocational Education: See Conferences/Major Meetings, CONFEMEN, 47th Session.
Textbooks
Effect of CFA Franc Devaluation on Textbook Prices: 6-3-9
National Language Textbook Provision: 7-1-10
Publishing and the Educational System: 8-1-6
Sida Textbook Costing Model: 7-1-11
Textbook Provision Policies: 6-2-5

U

Universities See Higher Education
UN Special Initiative for Africa: 8-2/3-17; 9-1-3

V

Vocational Education and Training: See Technical and Vocational Education and Training

W

Working Groups (ADEA)
Interest Group on Literacy (IGOL): 6-2-5
Working Group on Books and Learning Materials (WGBLM): 5-1-10; 5-1-11; 6-2-5; 7-1-10; 8-1-3; 8-1-7; 8-4-13; 8-4-14
Working Group on Capacity Building in Educational Research and Policy Analysis – See Working Group on Education Research and Policy Analysis
Working Group on Early Childhood Development (WGECD): 6-4-7
Working Group on Education Research and Policy Analysis (WGER/PA): 5-1-5; 8-4-1; 8-4-5; 8-4-11
Working Group on Education Statistics (WGES): 5-2-13; 6-2-9; 6-2-10; 8-2/3-2; 9-2-1; 9-2-7; 9-2-12
Working Group on Female Participation (WGFP): 5-1-1; 6-3-6; 6-3-7; 6-4-7; 7-4-12; 9-1-19
Working Group on Finance and Education (WGFE): 5-1-3; 6-1-11; 8-1-11; 9-4-14
Working Group on Higher Education (WGHE): 5-1-6; 6-1-6; 6-1-7; 6-3-12; 6-4-10; 7-1-1; 7-1-3; 7-1-5; 7-2-6; 8-1-10
Working Group on Non-Formal Education (WGNFE): 8-2/3-12; 8-2/3-13; 8-2/3-17
Working Group on School Examinations (No longer functioning): 6-1-10
Working Group on Sector Analysis (WGSA): 6-2-16; 7-2-10
Working Group on the Teaching Profession (WGTP): 5-2-10; 6-3-13; 7-2-4; 7-3-6; 7-3-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-2; 8-2/3-5; 8-2/3-6; 8-2/3-10
Working Group on Textbooks and Libraries - See Working Group on Books and Learning Materials
Working Group on Vocational Education and Training (No longer functioning): 5-2-16; 7-1-8; 8-2/3-17

Y

Year of Education in Africa - 1996: 7-4-15

Z

ZIBF (Zimbabwe International Book Fair): 8-4-14; 9-1-5


Country Index

Angola: 6-3-1; 6-3-15; 8-2/3-19

Benin: 5-1-6; 5-1-9; 5-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-1-10; 7-2-1; 7-3-9; 7-3-10; 7-4-2; 7-4-3; 8-2/3-3; 9-2-10; 9-2-14
Education Sector Analysis for Policy Reform in Benin: 5-1-9
Implementing the Education Automated Statistical Information System Toolkit (ED*ASSIST) in Benin: 9-2-14

Botswana: 5-1-6; 5-2-16; 5-2-17; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 7-4-3; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19; 8-4-5; 9-2-12
The TMS Program of the Working Group on the Teaching Profession in Botswana: 6-3-13; 8-2/3-10; 9-2-12
EFA Progress in Botswana: 9-2-12

Burkina Faso: 5-2-6; 6-2-4; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-15; 7-1-5; 7-2-6; 7-3-5; 7-3-9; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6; 8-2/3-14; 8-4-1; 9-2-12
EFA Progress in Burkina Faso: 9-2-12
Literacy Programs in Burkina-Faso: 8-2/3-14

Burundi: 5-2-6; 5-2-13; 6-3-1; 8-4-1

Cameroun: 5-2-6; 6-3-1; 7-1-8; 7-3-9; 8-1-8; 8-4-1

Cape Verde: 5-2-6; 6-2-4

Central African Republic: 5-2-6; 5-2-7; 6-3-1; 7-3-9; 8-1-3; 8-4-2

Chad: 5-2-6; 6-2-4; 6-2-13; 6-3-1; 7-2-4; 7-3-5; 8-1-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6
Private and Community Education in Chad: 6-2-13

Comores: 5-2-6; 6-2-9

Congo: 5-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-1-8

Côte d'Ivoire: 5-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-15; 7-1-8; 7-2-4; 7-3-5; 7-3-8; 7-3-9; 8-1-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-2; 8-2/3-6; 9-4-10
TMS Program of the Working Group on the Teaching Profession in Côte d'Ivoire: 7-3-8
Africa N° 1 Roundtable: What Kind of School and What Kind of Development Do we Want? What Resources are Necessary? What Should International Financial Institutions Do to Encourage and Support Education Policies in Africa? Invited Guest: Hon. Pierre Kipré, Minister of Education, Côte d'Ivoire: 9-4-10

Djibouti: 5-2-6; 6-3-1

Eritrea: 5-1-6; 6-3-1; 7-4-14

Ethiopia: 5-2-13; 5-2-16; 6-1-10; 6-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-15; 7-1-10; 7-1-11; 8-2/3-2; 9-2-4; 9-2-8; 9-2-10; 9-2-12
EFA Progress in Ethiopia: 9-2-12

Gabon: 5-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-1-8; 7-2-4; 7-3-5; 8-1-3; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6

Gambia: 6-2-4; 6-3-1; 6-3-12; 8-2/3-10

Ghana: 6-1-12; 6-2-6; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 7-2-1; 7-2-10; 7-3-10; 7-4-2; 7-4-3; 8-1-1; 8-1-10; 8-2/3-10; 8-4-1; 9-3-8
Coordination of Aid in Ghana: 9-3-8

Guinea: 5-2-6; 5-2-13; 6-1-12; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-1-10; 7-2-1; 7-2-10; 7-3-1; 7-3-5; 7-3-6; 7-3-9; 7-3-10; 7-4-2; 8-1-1; 8-1-3; 8-1-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-2; 8-2/3-6; 8-4-1; 9-2-10; 9-2-12; 9-4-10
Address Delivered by Hon. Aïcha Bah Diallo at the Meeting of the Working Group on the Teaching Profession (Abidjan, June 1995): 7-3-6
Implementation of the PASE (Programme d'ajustement du secteur de l'éducation) in Guinea: 7-3-6
TMS Program of the Working Group on the Teaching Profession Guinea: 7-3-6
EFA Progress in Guinea: 9-2-12
Africa N° 1 Roundtable, Dakar, October 1997, Invited Guest: Hon. Aïcha Bah Diallo, Director of UNESCO's Basic Education Division and Former Minister of Education, Guinea: 9-4-10

Guinea-Bissau: 5-2-6; 6-3-1

Kenya: 5-1-1; 5-1-10; 5-2-13; 5-2-16; 6-1-16; 6-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-2-6; 8-2/3-10; 8-4-1; 8-4-5

Lesotho: 6-1-10; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 7-1-5; 7-2-6; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19; 8-4-1

Liberia: 6-3-1

Madagascar: 5-2-6; 6-1-12; 6-3-1; 7-1-8; 7-2-4; 7-2-10; 7-3-1; 7-3-4; 7-3-5; 8-1-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6; 8-4-1
Improving the Quality of Education in Madagascar through the National Program of Educational Improvement (PNAE): 7-3-4

Malawi: 5-1-11; 5-2-13; 6-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19
Assessing Reading Comprehension in Malawi: 5-1-11

Mali: 5-2-6; 5-2-13; 6-2-4; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-2-4; 7-3-5; 7-3-9; 7-4-3; 7-4-15; 8-1-3; 8-1-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6; 8-4-1; 8-4-5; 9-2-12
Cognitive Benefits of Mother-Tongue Instruction: 8-4-5
EFA Progress in Mali: 9-2-12

Mauritania: 5-2-6; 5-2-13; 6-2-4; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-2-4; 7-3-5; 7-3-9; 8-1-3; 8-1-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6; 9-2-10; 9-2-12
EFA Progress in Mauritania: 9-2-12

Mauritius: 5-2-6; 5-2-13; 6-1-10; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-15; 7-2-1; 7-2-10; 7-3-10; 7-4-1; 8-2/3-19; 9-2-12; 9-3-10
Development of Mauritius' Master Plan for Education: 7-2-10
EFA Progress in Mauritius: 9-2-12

Mozambique: 5-1-6; 5-2-16; 6-1-6; 6-2-5; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 7-1-8; 7-2-1; 7-2-10; 7-3-10; 7-4-1; 8-1-3; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19; 9-1-18
Headteacher Training in Mozambique: 9-1-18
Report of the SADC Ministers of Education Meeting, Maputo, 30 May 1998, Hon. Arnaldo Nhavoto, Minister of Education, Mozambique: 8-2/3-19

Namibia: 5-2-16; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 7-1-5; 8-1-3; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19
The TMS Program of the Working Group on the Teaching Profession in Namibia: 6-3-13

Niger: 5-2-6; 6-2-4; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-2-4; 7-3-5; 7-3-9; 8-1-3; 8-1-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6; 8-4-1

Nigeria: 5-1-10; 5-2-17; 6-1-11; 6-1-12; 6-2-6; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 8-1-10; 8-2/3-10; 8-4-1; 8-4-5
Academic and Other Advantages of the Use of Mother-Tongue Instruction: 8-4-5
River Blindness Foundation Debt-for-Development Swap in Nigeria: 6-1-12

Rwanda: 5-2-6; 6-3-1; 7-1-10; 8-1-3

São Tomé and Principe: 8-2/3-4; 9-1-5; 9-3-6
Policy Formulation in São Tomé and Principe: 8-2/3-4; 9-1-5; 9-3-6

Senegal: 5-1-6; 5-2-6; 6-2-4; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-15; 7-1-8; 7-2-4; 7-3-1; 7-3-5; 7-3-9; 8-1-3; 8-1-8; 8-1-9; 8-2/3-6; 8-2/3-16; 8-4-1; 8-4-8; 9-3-1; 9-4-4
The Spirit, Objectives and Expectations of the ADEA Biennial Meetings, Hon. Mamadou Ndoye (interview): 9-3-1
Language Policy and Planning in Senegal, Hon. Mamadou Ndoye (interview): 8-4-8
Opening Address by Hon. Mamadou Ndoye, Meeting for the Establishment of an ADEA Working Group on Nonformal Education: 8-2/3-16
Opening Address by President Abdou Diouf, ADEA Biennial Meeting, Dakar, October 1997: 9-4-4
TMS Program in Senegal: 8-2/3-6

Sierra Leone: 6-3-1; 8-2/3-10; 8-4-1

Seychelles: 5-2-6; 6-3-13; 7-2-10; 7-3-5; 8-1-3; 8-2/3-10

Somalia: 6-3-1

South Africa: 5-1-6; 5-2-17; 6-3-1; 6-3-15; 7-1-5; 7-2-10; 7-4-14; 8-1-10; 8-2/3-19; 8-4-1; 8-4-5
Prospects for Higher Education in South Africa: 7-1-5
Research on Bilingual Instruction: 8-4-5

Sudan: 6-1-12; 6-3-1
Debt-For-Development Swap in Sudan: 6-1-12

Swaziland: 6-1-10; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 7-3-1; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19

Tanzania: 5-1-6; 5-1-10; 5-2-13; 5-2-16; 6-1-6; 6-1-7; 6-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 7-1-5; 7-1-11; 7-2-6; 7-4-3; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19; 8-4-1; 8-4-5

Togo: 5-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 7-3-9; 8-1-3; 8-4-2; 9-1-5; 9-2-12; 9-3-6
EFA Progress in Togo: 9-2-12
Exploring the Redeployment of Teachers in Togo: 9-1-5; 9-3-6

Uganda: 5-2-13; 6-1-10; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 7-1-11; 7-2-1; 7-2-10; 7-3-10; 7-4-1; 8-1-1; 8-1-3; 8-2/3-10; 8-4-1; 9-4-4
Opening address by President Yoweri Museveni, ADEA Biennial Meeting: 9-4-4

Zaïre: 5-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1

Zambia: 5-1-6; 5-1-11; 5-2-13; 6-1-7; 6-1-10; 6-1-12; 6-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 7-1-5; 7-1-10; 7-2-1; 7-2-6; 8-1-3; 8-2/3-2; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19; 9-2-4; 9-2-10; 9-2-12
Assessing Reading Comprehension in Zambia: 5-1-11
Developing a National Statistics Information System: 9-2-4
EFA Progress in Zambia: 9-2-12
School Records in Zambia: 7-2-1

Zanzibar: 8-2/3-10

Zimbabwe: 5-2-13; 5-2-16; 6-1-7; 6-2-6; 6-2-9; 6-3-1; 6-3-13; 6-3-15; 7-1-10; 8-1-3; 8-2/3-10; 8-2/3-19; 8-4-14; 9-1-5; 9-2-10; 9-2-12
EFA Progress in Zimbabwe: 9-2-12
Zimbabwe International Book Fair: 8-4-14; 9-1-5

NOTE: A country reference in bold indicates that the article concentrates on that country in particular; other country references only briefly mention the country.


Contributions from African Ministers of Education

Hon. Aïcha Bah Diallo, Minister of Pre-University Education and Vocational Training, Guinea. Excerpts from the Address Delivered at the Meeting of the Working Group on the Teaching Profession, Abidjan, 23 June 1995: 7-3-6

Hon. Pierre Kipré, Minister of Education, Côte d'Ivoire, Hon. Aïcha Bah Diallo, Director of UNESCO's Basic Education Division and Former Minister of Education, Guinea, and Mr. Jean-Louis Sarbib, World Bank Vice-President. What Kind of School and What Kind of Development Do We Want? What Resources are Necessary? What Should International Financial Institutions Do to Support Education Policies in Africa? Africa N°I Roundtable, Dakar, October 1997: 9-4-10

Hon. Arnaldo Nhavoto, Minister of Education, Mozambique. Report of the SADC Ministers of Education Meeting. Maputo, 30 May 1996: 8-2/3-19

Hon. Mamadou Ndoye, Deputy Minister in Charge of Basic Education and National Languages, Senegal. Language Policy and Planning in Senegal. Interview, Geneva, October 1, 1996: 8-4-8

Hon. Mamadou Ndoye, Deputy Minister of Basic Education and National Languages, Senegal. Excerpts from the Opening Address Delivered at the Consultative Meeting for the Establishment of an ADEA Working Group on Nonformal Education. Dakar, February 28, 1996: 8-2/3-16

Hon. Mamadou Ndoye, Deputy Minister for Basic Education and National Languages, Senegal. The Spirit, Objectives and Expectations of the Biennial Meeting. Interview, Dakar, July 1997: 9-3-1


Index of Articles

Volume 9, Issue 4
Special Issue: ADEA Biennial Meeting (Dakar)

  • Dakar, October 14-18: ADEA Holds Biennial Meeting in Africa for the First Time - Summary of the Meeting
  • Two Heads of State, President Yoweri Museveni (Uganda) and President Abdou Diouf (Senegal) Open the Biennial Meeting
  • Summary of the Seventh Meeting of the Caucus of African Ministers of Education
  • The New Bureau of Ministers
  • Quotes from Dakar
  • What Kind of School and What Kind of Development Do We Want? What Resources are Necessary? What Should International Financial Institutions Do to Encourage and Support Education Policies in Africa?– Africa No1 Round Table
  • PRISME 97 - ADEA's Program and Project Information System on Education
  • Pan-African Seminar on the Financing and the Financial Management of Education
  • 10th World Congress of Comparative Education

Volume 9, Issue 3
Focus: Preparing the ADEA Biennial Meeting

  • Preparing for the Dakar Meeting – Hon. Mamadou Ndoye, Deputy Minister for Basic Education and National Languages, Senegal (interview)
  • Lessons Drawn from Twenty Years of Aid
  • Program of the Biennial Meeting
  • Capacity-Building Through the Intra-African Exchange Program
  • Reinforcing Coordination Efforts in Education: ADEA's Program and Project Information System on Education (PRISME)
  • Successful African Experiences: Country-Led Coordination of Aid in Ghana (book review)
  • Negociation with Aid Agencies: A Dwarf Against a Giant (book review)
  • Working Group Profiles

Volume 9, Issue 2
Focus: Education Statistics

  • Embedding Capacity-Building in Institutional Change
  • Developing a National Education Statistics Information System
  • The Working Group on Education Statistics (WGES)
  • Building Effective and Sustainable Statistical Information Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa - The Challenges. Kjell Nyström and Ko-Chih Tung (interview)
  • NESIS National Teams Develop Modules on National Statistical Gathering and Analysis
  • Two New ADEA Working Groups: The Working Group on Distance Education/Open Learning (WGDE/OL) and the Working Group on Early Childhood Development (WGECD)
  • Towards Education For All: the Situation in Ten Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Democratizing Information Access: the Education Automated Statistical Information System Toolkit (ED*ASSIST)

Volume 9, Issue 1
Focus: ADEA

  • Promoting Better Sharing and Use of Information
  • The ADEA Secretariat
  • The ADEA Steering Committee
  • The Caucus and Bureau of African Ministers
  • ADEA's Intra-African Exchange Program
  • ADEA's Working Groups
  • ADEA's Biennial Meetings
  • Information and Communication Technologies, Social Process and Organizational Change - Sam Lanfranco, Senior Program Specialist, Bellanet and Professor at York University, Canada (interview)
  • ADEA collaborates with Bellanet to Build ADEA Web Site
  • Easy Access to Education data for Sub-Saharan Africa: SPESSA
  • ADEA's Project Information System (PRISME)
  • ADEA 1996 Publications
  • Developing Teacher Training Modules in Mozambique
  • A New Partnership for Girls' Education: The Partnership for Strategic Resource Planning in Africa

Volume 8, Issue 4
Focus: African Languages in Education/ Working Group on Research and Policy Analysis

  • The Role of African Languages in Education and Sustainable Development - Report on the Pan-African Seminar on the Problems and Prospects of the Use of African Languages in Education (Accra, August 26-30, 1996)
  • Languages of Instruction and Language Policies - a Synthesis of Research
  • Language Policy and Planning in Senegal - Hon. Mamadou Ndoye, Deputy Minister in Charge of Basic Education and National Languages, Senegal (interview)
  • Working Group on Education Research and Policy Analysis
  • ADEA Meetings in Geneva (September 30-October 1, 1996)
  • 1996 Zimbabwe International Book Fair
  • Girls' Education in Africa: Translating Policy into Action, Report of FAWE's Third General Assembly held in Nanyuki, Kenya

Volume 8, Double Issue 2-3
Focus: The Teaching Profession and Nonformal Education

  • What Strategies for Capacity Development?
  • DAE Country Working Groups
  • DAE Intra-African Exchange Program
  • Working Group on the Teaching Profession
  • Teacher Management and Support in Francophone Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Strengthening the Role of Teachers in a Changing World - 45th Session of the International Conference on Education
  • The TMS Program in the Anglophone Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Nonformal Education, A New Working Group for DAE
  • Education Reconsidered in Burkina Faso
  • Revitalizing our Education Systems Is What Is at Stake... Hon. Mamadou Ndoye, Deputy Minister in Charge of Basic Education and National Languages, Senegal
  • Fifth Session of the Steering Committee
  • Vocational and Technical Training: Focus of the 47th Session of the CONFEMEN (Liège, April 17-18, 1996)
  • Meeting of the SADC Ministers of Education in Maputo

Volume 8, Issue 1
Focus: Books and Learning Materials

  • African Success Stories Promote Cross-Fertilization of Experiences in Education
  • Working Group on Books and Learning Materials
  • What Makes a Successful South-North Publishing Partnership?
  • Challenges for the Publishing Industry in the Developing World
  • The Economics of Publishing Educational Materials in Africa
  • Field Research Aims to Improve Basic Education
  • Teacher Management and Support Program - Francophone WGTP Is Set for Next Stage of Activities
  • WGHE Reflects on Future Priorities and Activities
  • WGFE Steering Committee Meets in Dakar

Volume 7, Issue 4
Focus: DAE Biennial Meeting (Tours)

  • Summary of the Meeting
  • Formulating Educational Policy: Facilitating Factors
  • A Vision for Africa in the 21st Century
  • What Future for Development Cooperation?
  • Quotes from Tours
  • Highlights of the Fifth Meeting of the Caucus of Ministers
  • Newly-Elected Bureau of Ministers
  • Strategies for Promoting Girls' and Women's Education
  • The Primacy of Basic Education in Policy Formulation
  • 1996 Year of African Education

Volume 7, Issue 3

  • Effective Schools - Determining Which Factors Have the Greatest Impact
  • Suggested Reading on Effective Schools and the Quality of Education
  • Improving the Quality of Primary and Secondary Education in Madagascar
  • Francophone TMS Group Meets in Abidijan
  • Prevailing Political, Social and Economic Conditions: How they Affect the Implementation of Plans of Action - Hon. Aïcha Bah Diallo, Minister of Pre-University Education and Vocational Training, Guinea
  • Progress Report on the Teacher Management Support (TMS) Program in Côte d'Ivoire
  • Segou Looks Ahead - Prospects for Basic Education in Western and Central Africa
  • The Process of Educational Policy Formation in Africa
  • Recent ADEA Publications

Volume 7, Issue 2

  • The Process of Educational Policy Formation
  • Improving School Records in Zambia through NESIS
  • Follow-up of the Francophone TMS Program
  • The Impact of CFA Franc Devaluation on Health and Education
  • Eleventh Session of the Haut Conseil de la Francophonie
  • The Contribution of Higher Education to Basic Education
  • Reflections on the Role of Higher Education in the Promotion of Basic Education for All
  • Audience Africa, Social Development: Africa's Priorities
  • 5th Meeting of the EFA Steering Committee
  • DAE Groups Strengthen Collaboration
  • Mauritius Reviews Master Plan for Education
  • Bureau of Ministers Meeting Linked to Master Plan Workshop in Mauritius
  • WGESA Steering Committee
  • Commentary on AAU-DAE Joint Colloquium on Higher Education

Volume 7, Issue 1
Focus: Higher Education

  • What Can Donors Do to Help the African University?
  • The African University in the 1990's and Beyond
  • WGHE Meeting Follows Lesotho Colloquium
  • Positive Outlook for Higher Education in South Africa
  • Evaluation of DAE Published
  • DAE Executive Committee Convenes in Paris
  • The Role of Financing in the Reform and Regulation of Technical and Vocational Education
  • Focus on Publishing for WGTL
  • SIDA Develops Textbook Costing Model

Volume 6, Issue 4

  • Prospects for Education in West Africa by the Year 2010
  • Basic Education: Focus of the 46th CONFEMEN
  • Geneva Dossier
  • Director-General of UNESCO Addresses African Ministers
  • Quotes from Geneva meetings
  • What's New in the World Bank's Policy Paper on Higher Education?
  • Streamlining Donor Reporting Systems in African Universities
  • The Evolution of Reform in African Universities
  • Defining Educational Quality Beyond the Numbers
  • FAWE Consultation on Teen Pregnancy
  • Audience Africa

Volume 6, Issue 3

  • The Next Step Forward in Swapping Debt for Development
  • The Role of NGOs in Promoting Female Participation in Education
  • List of Official Acronyms for DAE Working Groups
  • Science and Math for Girls: The Oslo Meeting
  • The Devaluation of the CFA Franc as an Opportunity for the Book Industry in Africa
  • The African University and Beyond: Joint AAU/DAE-WGHE Colloquium
  • African Feedback on the Teacher Management and Support (TMS) Program
  • DAE Evaluation
  • E-mail in Africa: Cost Effective for Educational Development

Volume 6, Issue 2

  • CFA Franc Devaluation: Are Negative Effects on Education Avoidable?
  • Seminar on Girls' Education in the Sahel Held in Dakar
  • WG on Textbooks and Libraries Meets in London
  • Project on CD-Rom for Selected University Libraries
  • Pan African Children's Book Fair in Kenya
  • Science Publications for Children
  • Action-Orientated Research on Primary Schools in French-speaking Africa
  • NESIS Diagnostic Modules Reviewed Through Two Regional Workshops
  • Technical Assistance Packages: Improving Statistical Information Systems
  • Private and Community Education in Chad
  • Education: Key to the Future or Bolt to the Past?
  • The Working Group on Education Sector Analysis

Volume 6, Issue 1

  • Straight Talk in Angers
  • Quotes from the Task Force
  • French Minister of Cooperation Makes Important Policy Statement at the Task Force Meeting
  • The Angers Meeting of the DAE Task Force
  • Donor Support to Universities: Streamlining Reporting Requirements
  • Working Group on Higher Education
  • The Management and Mobilization of Teaching Personnel
  • The Working Group on School Examinations Completes its Program
  • New DAE Working Group on Finance and Education
  • What Can We Learn from Debt-for-Development Swaps?
  • Education for All ...a Long Way to Go

Volume 5, Issue 2

  • Can We Swap Debt for Education?
  • The Potential Impact of HIV/AIDS for DAE Working Groups
  • Task Force Meeting, October 22-24 1993 "Implementation of Education Programs"
  • Conference of Ministers of Education of French-Speaking Countries
  • The Measurement of Gender Disparities in Education
  • DAE Attracts New Funding
  • Teacher Management and Support: a New Approach to Improving Teacher Performance
  • Implementing the Country Action Plan for Teacher Management Support (T.M.S.)
  • DIS Strengthens its Performance
  • Strengthening Education Statistical Information
  • The African Forum for Children's Literacy in Science and Technology
  • Recent Working Group Meeting on Vocational Education and Training
  • The International Literacy and Education Program Links Africa with a World Literacy Network

Volume 5, Issue 1

  • Saving Female Education from the Doldrums
  • International Conference on Assistance to African Children
  • New Initiatives for the Working Groups
  • An Updated Statistical Profile of African Education
  • A Call to Use African Research Capabilities
  • Winds of Change in Higher Education
  • UK-ODA's Changing Policy on Books' Provision
  • Key Decisions in Line with DAE's Expanding Program
  • Education Sector Analysis for Reform in a Period of Political and Institutional Transition
  • The Importance of Books
  • Assessing Reading Abilities
  • Major Upcoming DAE Meetings




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