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Argues for increased cooperation between social protection initiatives and the education sector
Mobile Task Team on the Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education 2005
This report looks at the effectiveness of social protection programmes for educationally marginalised children (EMC) in Eastern and Southern Africa. The purpose of the education review was to: identify sectoral players ...
Key lessons from successful initiatives to provide education for marginalised children
A.K. Bernard / United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 2001
Presented as part of the Education for All 2000 Assessment leading up to the World Education Forum held in Dakar (Senegal) in April 2000, this paper offers a survey of some of the international, national and local initiatives that hav...
Disabled girls: what is being done to meet their education needs?
H. Rousso / United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 2003
Girls with disabilities are a large, diverse group whose educational needs have gone unnoticed by those committed to either gender equity or disability equity. Hence there has been little research, and limited policy and program devel...
Education for girls in Lao’s ethnic minority communities: a report on consultations with villagers and teachers
A. Bernard; E. Velasco; L. Antonowicz; V. Jensen / UNESCO Bangkok: Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education 2003
The Lao Government has made firm commitments in the area of primary education to addressing equity, access, relevance and quality concerns, with special attention to girls and ethnic minorities. Over the last five years this has achie...
Training resources for teachers in emergency situations
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies 2006
This resource kit is the result of an INEE survey of INEE members, looking at areas of their work in need of resources and the most useful materials available. Based on the survey, the following areas were identified as requiri...
How can universal basic education be achieved in Cambodia?
C. Ridao-Cano / World Bank 2005
This report analyses the basic education system in Cambodia. It aims to contribute to and inform the ongoing debate on policy options by providing an analysis of the role of demand- and supply-side factors and policy interventions in ...
Supporting non-formal basic education without compromising effectiveness
W. Hoppers / International Institute for Educational Planning, UNESCO 2006
There is growing recognition that non-formal education (NFE) can play an important role in providing basic education for disadvantaged children and young people. However, development agencies and governments face difficult questions a...
Can private education help meet the educational needs of children in low-income countries?
J. Tooley; P. Dixon / CATO Institute, Washington 2005
Can private education help meet the educational needs of poor children in low-income countries? Many observers believe that the private sector has little to offer in terms of reaching the United Nations Millennium Development Goal of ...
Experiences of decentralising education: national policies and practices
UNESDOC: Online UNESCO documents 2005
This booklet summarises the presentations and debates of participants in the International Seminar on Decentralization Policies and Strategies in Education, organised by UNESCO in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 30 June to 3 July 2003. ...
Challenges to the education management information system (EMIS) in the context of decentralisation
D.R. Winkler; J. Herstein / Academy for Educational Development, USA 2005
This brief paper looks at the challenges of the traditional education management information system (EMIS) in meeting the need of providing information on the academic and financial performance of schools relative to other schools: ex...
Items 11 to 20 of 427

Items 11 to 20 of 427

Argues for increased cooperation between social protection initiatives and the education sector
Mobile Task Team on the Impact of HIV/AIDS on Education 2005
This report looks at the effectiveness of social protection programmes for educationally marginalised children (EMC) in Eastern and Southern Africa. The purpose of the education review was to: identify sectoral players ...
Key lessons from successful initiatives to provide education for marginalised children
A.K. Bernard / United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 2001
Presented as part of the Education for All 2000 Assessment leading up to the World Education Forum held in Dakar (Senegal) in April 2000, this paper offers a survey of some of the international, national and local initiatives that hav...
Disabled girls: what is being done to meet their education needs?
H. Rousso / United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 2003
Girls with disabilities are a large, diverse group whose educational needs have gone unnoticed by those committed to either gender equity or disability equity. Hence there has been little research, and limited policy and program devel...
Education for girls in Lao’s ethnic minority communities: a report on consultations with villagers and teachers
A. Bernard; E. Velasco; L. Antonowicz; V. Jensen / UNESCO Bangkok: Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education 2003
The Lao Government has made firm commitments in the area of primary education to addressing equity, access, relevance and quality concerns, with special attention to girls and ethnic minorities. Over the last five years this has achie...
Training resources for teachers in emergency situations
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies 2006
This resource kit is the result of an INEE survey of INEE members, looking at areas of their work in need of resources and the most useful materials available. Based on the survey, the following areas were identified as requiri...
How can universal basic education be achieved in Cambodia?
C. Ridao-Cano / World Bank 2005
This report analyses the basic education system in Cambodia. It aims to contribute to and inform the ongoing debate on policy options by providing an analysis of the role of demand- and supply-side factors and policy interventions in ...
Supporting non-formal basic education without compromising effectiveness
W. Hoppers / International Institute for Educational Planning, UNESCO 2006
There is growing recognition that non-formal education (NFE) can play an important role in providing basic education for disadvantaged children and young people. However, development agencies and governments face difficult questions a...
Can private education help meet the educational needs of children in low-income countries?
J. Tooley; P. Dixon / CATO Institute, Washington 2005
Can private education help meet the educational needs of poor children in low-income countries? Many observers believe that the private sector has little to offer in terms of reaching the United Nations Millennium Development Goal of ...
Experiences of decentralising education: national policies and practices
UNESDOC: Online UNESCO documents 2005
This booklet summarises the presentations and debates of participants in the International Seminar on Decentralization Policies and Strategies in Education, organised by UNESCO in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 30 June to 3 July 2003. ...
Challenges to the education management information system (EMIS) in the context of decentralisation
D.R. Winkler; J. Herstein / Academy for Educational Development, USA 2005
This brief paper looks at the challenges of the traditional education management information system (EMIS) in meeting the need of providing information on the academic and financial performance of schools relative to other schools: ex...
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