Next Steps in Managing Teacher Migration: Papers of the Sixth Commonwealth Research Symposium on Teacher Mobility, Recruitment and Migration
Jonathan Penson, Akemi Yonemura
Commonwealth Secretariat, 2012 - Social Science - 167 pages
The Sixth Commonwealth Teachers' Research Symposium brought together education researchers, practitioners and policy-makers to share experiences from developed and developing countries both within and outside the Commonwealth. This collection of papers from the event examines current trends in teacher migration, including education in emergencies, forced migration and pan-African migration, in line with the current global focus on education in conflict affected countries.Co-published with UNESCO.
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1 Introduction Jonathan Penson and Akemi Yonemura
PART I MANAGING TEACHER RECRUITMENT AND MIGRATION
EXPERIENCES FROM THE FIELD AND GOOD PRACTICES
REMAINING ISSUES TO CONSIDER
PART IV NEXT STEPS IN MANAGING TEACHER MIGRATION
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