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International Journal of Educational Development

Volume 20, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Supervision for teacher development: an alternative model for Pakistan

    Mehrunnisa Ahmad Ali

    The current supervisory system in Pakistan obviously does not contribute to teachers' professional development. An alternative model which combines supervisory pressure and support; where... More

    pp. 177-188

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  2. The impact of economic recession on UPE in Nigeria

    Emma Obasi

    The article reports on the impact of economic recession on the demand for primary education in Nigeria where the free Universal Primary Education (UPE) scheme was launched nationwide in 1976.... More

    pp. 189-207

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  3. Envisioning as a tool for promoting long-term sustainability in work with advisory teachers in Lesotho

    Susan Martin, Jen Russ & Keith Bishop

    An overarching concern of external agencies working in an educational context in developing countries is that of sustainability, that is, the degree to which change is embedded in practice once the... More

    pp. 209-222

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  4. Education in Thailand after the crisis: a balancing act between globalization and national self-contemplation

    Johanna Witte

    Preparing a country for economic competitiveness and contributing to the preservation of the national cultural heritage are two demands that fall on education systems across the globe today. This... More

    pp. 223-245

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  5. Caught between tradition and modernity: technical-vocational education in Brunei Darussalam

    J.R Minnis

    In the "Seventh National Development Plan 1996–2000", the government of Brunei Darussalam has stressed the need to diversify the economy in an attempt to render the country less dependent on oil... More

    pp. 247-259

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