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International Journal of Educational Development

March 2004 Volume 24, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The emergence of private university education in Kenya: trends, prospects, and challenges

    Moses O. Oketch

    The first step towards the introduction and development of university education in Kenya was a private initiative. Although the initiative was rejected, it led to the establishment of the Royal... More

    pp. 119-136

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  2. Higher education and training policy and practice in South Africa: impacts of global privatisation, quasi-marketisation and new managerialism

    I.M. Ntshoe

    Trends suggest that business practices and private sector ideas and values are increasingly permeating public funded higher education institutions world-wide. The impact of business practices and... More

    pp. 137-154

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  3. Factors for differential developments in organizational learning: a case for Hong Kong schools

    Y.L.J Lam

    This paper attempts to classify Hong Kong schools along four possible stages of development framed in a dynamic model of organizational learning. Factors governing the development of 67 sampled... More

    pp. 155-166

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  4. Knowledge-based aid: a four agency comparative study

    Simon McGrath & Kenneth King

    Part of the response of many development cooperation agencies to the challenges of globalisation, ICTs and the knowledge economy is to emphasise the importance of knowledge for development. This... More

    pp. 167-181

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  5. HIV/AIDS and Education: a study on how a selection of school governing bodies in Mpumalanga understand, respond to and implement legislation and policies on HIV/AIDS

    C.G Hartell & S Maile

    Very little research has been done in South Africa on HIV/AIDS and education. This article is a small attempt to plug the gap. The purpose of the research is to investigate the legal and policy... More

    pp. 183-199

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  6. The impact of information and communication technology (ICT) on the management practices of Malaysian Smart Schools

    Muhammad Z.M Zain, Hanafi Atan & Rozhan M Idrus

    The impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on the management practices in the Malaysian Smart Schools was investigated. The analysis revealed that the impact has resulted in... More

    pp. 201-211

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