International Development in Practice

International Development in Practice

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Written for practitioners and practitioners-in-training of education development, this book reviews education issues in developing countries and provides in-depth case studies from Egypt, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.Test items were not constructed to identify specific learning deficits: for example, a single math item might require ... Once collected, data were virtuallyimpossible toretrieve from piles ofhandwritten ledgersstoredin warehousesand closets. ... they must tailor basic education to the needs of the poor (especially atthe primary level) through reforms of curricula, teaching methods, and improved teacher traininganbsp;...

Title:International Development in Practice
Author: Andrea B. Rugh
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2012-01-03

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