Commonwealth Education Partnerships, 2007
Commonwealth Education Partnership 2007 is an essential overview of the development of education systems in the Commonwealth, focusing on international collaborations and on the partnerships in member countries between government, NGOs and the private sector in education.
Focuses in this edition: increasing access and the right to quality education; supporting teachers for quality education; resourcing; and education for the good of all.
Published for the Commonwealth Secretariat by Nexus Partnerships.
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Can transnational education assist Part 4
New ways of working in partnership
Resourcing Jill Hart and Chike Anyanwu
Education profiles of member countries
Skills in a global economy 231
St Lucia 347
Solomon Islands 359
Sri Lanka 365
The lost generation in Africa 240
Republic of Cyprus 269
The Gambia 276
Trinidad and Tobago 372
United Kingdom 379
United Republic of Tanzania 385
List of acronyms 411
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