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International Journal of Educational Development

Volume 18, Number 6

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The effectiveness of multigrade schools in Colombia

    Patrick J McEwan

    This paper evaluates the effectiveness of the Colombian New School ( More

    pp. 435-452

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  2. A model for studying gaps in education: a Swaziland case study in the learning of science

    Marissa Rollnick, Sabelo Manyatsi, Fred Lubben & John Bradley

    Frequently voiced complaints about gaps between different stages of education systems are seldom thoroughly explored and explained. This paper develops a model to provide a holistic analysis of... More

    pp. 453-465

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  3. Internationalisation and distance education: a Hong Kong case study

    Maurice Craft, Ronnie Carr & Yvonne Fung

    The accelerating globalisation of world economic relations has been paralleled by a progressive internationalisation of higher education, including the use of distance education. But the... More

    pp. 467-472

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  4. Regional examinations councils and geopolitical change: commonality, diversity, and lessons from experience

    Mark Bray

    Formation of regional bodies which serve groups of countries is a way to achieve economies of scale, greater specialisation in professional expertise, and a stronger voice in international affairs.... More

    pp. 473-486

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  5. Professional and family responses to mental retardation in East Bengal and Bangladesh, 1770s–1990s

    M. Miles

    Since the 1770s, formal knowledge about conditions later known as mental retardation (learning difficulties/disabilities) slowly accumulated with civil administrators, physicians, psychologists and... More

    pp. 487-499

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