Education reform in the South in the 1990s
Against the backdrop of democratization, structural adjustment and rapid technological change, this book takes a critical look at educational reform in the South in the 1990s and explores how research can be used to improve policy-making and practice. The study is based on a wide range of national experiences. To be successful, educational reform has to be locally based, locally supported and empowering for the key educational actors.
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Introduction Lene Buchert
educational reform in the new South Africa
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activities Africa approach areas basic Biervliet cent CFPP classroom co-operation Colombia community-based schools competencies concepts context contribution of research cultural curricula curriculum developing countries drop-out economic education policy education system educational reform educational research enrolment Escuela Nueva evaluation everyday example external influences formal funding agencies Ghana groups Guadalajara Harare implementation improvement individual informal sector initiatives innovation institutions internal and external involved knowledge learners learning literacy programme methodologies Ministry of Education Mongolia neo-liberal NFED non-governmental organizations Nueva schools organization parents participation pedagogical perspective policy-makers political population practice primary education primary school problems production projects pupils qualitative research quantitative relevant research methods role science education secondary education secondary schools skills small producers social Stockholm University strategies structures studies Tanzania teachers teaching technical traditional TRCs Turkmenistan UNESCO University University of Zambia vocationalization World Bank Zambia Zimbabwe