Mauritania

By DIAGNE, Amadou Wade
In this study on five African countries (Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritania, Niger etSenegal), the corpus of basic skills and knowledge required for entry to lowersecondary education is compared with the profiles of those leaving basic...
Document format
Conference paper
Language(s)
Year
2008
By
In 2000, Mauritania launched its National Program to Develop the Education Sector (PNDSE). It covers the period 2001-2010 and is aimed at improving the quality of education. This publication describes how Mauritania established a department...
Document format
Book
Language(s)
Year
2005
By SOLAUX, Georges
The objective of the programme on management and mobilisation of teachers is to propose positive developments which help the managment of teching personnel to evolve and improve teaching and working conditions. Thirteen francophone african...
Document format
Francophone Section
Language(s)
Year
1997
By
This document was organized in the framework of establishment of national working groups to develop education systems in Africa.
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Francophone Section
Language(s)
Year
1995
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...
Document format
Book
Language(s)
Year
1992
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