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Journal of Education and Research

Mar 15, 2015 Volume 5, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Relevance of German Political Foundations for Comparative Educational Research

    Christel Adick & Maria Giesemann

    German political foundations, mainly Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), have a long tradition of political activism in Germany as well as internationally. Founded... More

    pp. 7-24

  2. Terrorism, Religious Intolerance and Ethnic Conflict Issues in the National Education Policy - 2010 of Bangladesh: An Exploratory Study

    Nur Hoque Sumon

    Education is considered an instrument to combat the problems of terrorism, religious antagonism and ethnic intolerance. Bangladesh has been experiencing its share of these problems along with other... More

    pp. 25-40

  3. Political Will and Strategic Planning in theImplementation of Universal Basic Education in Nigeria: The Obafemi Awolowo Example

    Akinjide Aboluwodi

    In Nigeria, the introduction of Universal Basic Education is meant to reduce the problem of illiteracy, ignorance and povertyto the barest level; a goal it shares with the goals of the World... More

    pp. 41-55

  4. Experiences of Social Inclusion and Exclusion During Professional Entry: A Case of Women Teachers in Nepal

    Laxmi Paudyal

    To enter the teaching profession, apart from basic requirements set by the government, there are many other ‘rules of the game’ and ‘open secret criteria’ determining who gets included or excluded ... More

    pp. 56-68

  5. Visual Interventions: The Power of the Pen for Effective Communication

    Stefan Gross

    Pictures, words, and patterns are the major tools of visual facilitation. Ever since, these powerful tools have been used live in discussions to support brainstorming, decision-making or teaching... More

    pp. 69-81

  6. Shifting Ethnographic Paradigms and Practices: Unleashing From Colonialism

    Indra Rai

    This paper demonstrates realist ethnographic paradigms and practices of engaging an extended period of time to collect the information of distinctive socio-cultural structures or institutions of... More

    pp. 82-92