Education and national development: a comparative perspective
In this second edition the authors have completely updated & expanded the original volume to produce a timely & important treatment of the relationship between education & national development. A new chapter on women, education & development directs attention to a dimension of development which until recently has been largely neglected.
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Idealized Illustrations of Four Theories of Change and Development
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