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Against a background of widespread rural poverty, illiteracy and food insecurity, the FAO,ADEA and IIEP/UNESCO jointly organized a regional seminar on Education for Rural People in Africa to analyze the educational needs of rural people in order to...
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2006
By OSMAN, Amina (Editor)
This report reproduces papers presented at the symposium. The first part looks at theoretical issues and presents findings of a research carried out in Burkina Faso on indicators to measure the effectiveness of the right to education. The second...
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electronic only
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2005
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The 1999 Biennial Meeting focused on lessons learned from successful African experiences. This report is the synthesis of case studies from 26 country teams and 7 ADEA Working Groups. The case studies are the outcome of an exercise referred to as...
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Book
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2001
By MARTIN, John, OKSANEN, Riitta, TAKALA, Tuomas
The Education Sector Development Program in Ethiopia (ESDP) is the first five year phase of a 20 year Sector Wide Approach (SWAP) aimed at increasing access, improving quality, increasing effectiveness, achieving equity and expanding finance at all...
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Book
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2000
By WORKINEH, Tilahun, MERCER, Malcom, TEFERRA, Tirussew, SHIBESHI, Ayalew
This publication is a report of a pilot study on the coordination of education sector analytical work in Ethiopia. The study was conducted with the European Union Horizon 2000 Initiative with technical assistance from the Working Group on Education...
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Book
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1999
By BILLANY, Nigel, Paajanen, Timo, Syrjänen, Eero, Bgoya, Walter, Lujanen, Marita, Noonan, Richard
The quality of education depends to a large degree on the availability of textbooks. To what extent is this perception honoured by the actions of educational policy makers? Using research from a wide range of African countries, the authors examine...
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Book
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1997
By KELLAGHAN, T., GREANEY, V.
Examinations can considerably influence the nature of learning and teaching. They tend to dictate what is taught and how it is taught. While most examinations serve a number of functions, their main function is to select students for the next...
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Book
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1992
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