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eBook Increasing Girls' and Women's Participation in Basic Education (Fundamentals of educational planning) ePub

by Nelly P. Stromquist

  • ISBN: 9280311662
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Nelly P. Stromquist
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: UNESCO (May 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 111
  • ePub book: 1423 kb
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Stromquist, Nelly P. This booklet discusses how to improve girls' education drawing on lessons from experience and proposing action for the future. In spite of significant international mobilization in favor of women and their rights to education, much remains to be done.

Stromquist, Nelly P. While girls' enrollment has increased, gender inequalities persist at all levels of education, becoming even more pronounced at higher levels. This low level of education and training for women hinders economic efficiency and growth and placed limitations on any measures taken to reduce poverty.

Educated women contribute in very important ways to their societies, but the educational conditions they often face .

Educated women contribute in very important ways to their societies, but the educational conditions they often face lead to many disparities. This book offers specific recommendations in areas crucial to the schooling process, and focuses on roles and strategies that should be considered by those in a position to influence educational orientations. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Increasing girls and women s participation in basic education, . 6 Fundamentals of educational planning and incentive structures. Stromquist 57. Physical facilities for education: what planners need to know, J. Beynon 58. Planning learner-centred adult literacy programmes, . The concern of planners is twofold: to reach a better understanding of the validity of education in its own empirically observed specific dimensions and to help in defining appropriate strategies for change.

Increasing girls and women s participation in basic education, Nelly P. Physical facilities for education: what planners need to know, John Beynon 58. Planning learner-centred adult literacy programmes, Susan. Planning learner-centred adult literacy programmes, Susan E. Malone and Robert F. Arnove 5. Decentralization of education: why, when, what and how?, N. McGinn and T. Welsh 65. Early childhood education: need and opportunity, D. Weikart 66. Planning for education in the context of HIV/AIDS, Michael J. Kelly 67. Legal aspects of educational planning and administration, Claude Durand-Prinborgne 68. Improving school effectiveness, Jaap Scheerens 69.

Increasing girls and womens participation in basic education, . Planning for education in the context of HIV/AIDS, . Legal aspects of educational planning and administration, C. Durand-Prinborgne 68. Improving school effectiveness, J. Scheerens 69.

Increasing girls’ and women’s participation in basic education. p. 82). Paris: UNESCO, International Institute for Educational Planning). In N. Stromquist (E., La construcción del género en las políticas públicas: Perspectivas comparadas desde América Latina (pp. 63–113). Lima, Peru: IEP, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.

Increasing girls and women’s participation in basic education, . 57. Beynon. 58. The supplementary education is expected to provide hope to parents for a better future (Sujatha, 2014;Tansel & Fatma, 2004;Sha q, 2002).

Increasing girls and women’s participation in basic education, Nelly P. Stromquist 5. Physical facilities for education: what planners need to know, John Beynon 5. International Institute for Educational Planning 5 Fundamentals of educational planning The booklets in this series are written primarily for two types of clientele: those engaged in educational planning and administration, in developing as well as developed countries; and others, less specialized, such as senior government officials and policy-makers who seek a more general understanding of educational planning and of how it is. related to overall national development. 7 Fundamentals of educational planning doctrine

Increasing girls and women’s participation in basic education, . 7 Fundamentals of educational planning doctrine. Indeed, one of the purposes of this series is to reflect a diversity of experience and opinions by giving different authors from a wide range of backgrounds and disciplines the opportunity of expressing their views on changing theories and practices in educational planning.