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International Journal of Educational Development

Volume 21, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Human resource management strategies for small territories: an alternative proposition

    Godfrey Baldacchino

    This paper tackles the issue of educational development from a somewhat different, and still under-explored, perspective: that of human resource management (HRM). This paper argues that small... More

    pp. 205-215

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  2. Cross-cultural issues, small states and research: capacity building in Belize

    Michael Crossley

    The article examines ways of improving the contribution of research and evaluation to the process of educational development in small states. This is done with reference to the related theoretical ... More

    pp. 217-229

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  3. The dialectic of the international and the national: secondary school examinations in Maldives

    Mark Bray & Khadeeja Adam

    This article is framed within the context of literatures on small states, examination systems, and international dependence and independence. It focuses on a country with a population of just 260... More

    pp. 231-244

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  4. Developing human resources for effective school management in small Caribbean states

    Fentey Scott

    Rapid socio-economic changes and other emergent needs have combined to make educational systems in small states more complex and difficult to manage. Despite generous spending on educational... More

    pp. 245-256

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  5. The marginal in the miracle: human capital in Mauritius

    Sheila Bunwaree

    This paper analyses some of the difficulties faced by the education and training system of Mauritius, a successfully industrialising small island nation, which must somehow upgrade its people... More

    pp. 257-271

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  6. Human resource strategies in small states: the case of garment factories in the Fiji Islands

    Anand Chand

    This article examines the role of four key education and training institutions—the University of the South Pacific (USP), the Fiji Institute of Technology (FIT), the Fiji National Training Council ... More

    pp. 273-284

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