Education and development: tradition and innovation

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Cassell, 1997 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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This volume is concerned with the factors which impede the provision of universal primary education, seen as a package of entitlements based on fundamental human rights. The series makes a contribution to the debate about a key area of public policy for developing countries: the achievement of universal primary education. Furthermore it acknowledges the urgency of achieving this goal for social, economic and political reasons.

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Unmet Needs
Education for Sustainable Livelihood
Building National Capacity for Evaluation

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