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Fundarnentals of educational planning—51 | Policy making
The Haddad/Demsky volume, The policy-planning process in education: an applied framework, is a superb introduction to the policy-making process for It is this time-bound nature of policy, and of policy making, that makes it such a critical concern for the educational plan-ner. To a large extent, it...


Understanding | Adult education approaches
Understanding education quality. The goal of achieving universal primary education (UPE) has been on the international agenda since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirmed, in 1948, that elementary education was to be made freely and compulsorily available for all children in all nations.


Policy | Mobile learning for quality education and social inclusion
IITE Policy Brief. December 2010. Key advantages of using mobile and wireless technologies in education. Opportunities for girls and women are highlighted. Suggestions and recommendations are made regarding strategies for the introduction and sustainability of mobile learning.


Policy-Making in
Policy-Making in the European Union. SEVENTH EDITION. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Policy-making under EMU is based not on a single style of decision-making but on new modes of EU policy-making that...


Education Policy
• ‘Policy and Education’ focuses on the development of policy at the level of both the nation-state and the individual institution. • ‘Themes in Educational Policy’ explores the forces that shape policy with a particular emphasis on the themes of human capital theory...


Reforms and Educational Policies in Schools: The Kenyan
2.2 Politics Education policy making and implementation is a political process especially in Kenya (Elimu Yetu Coalition, 2003). 2.irc.nl/sshe/rational/index.hrml Kogan (1975) in Ball S. J. (1990) Politics and Policy Making in Education: Explorations in Policy Sociology.


Education Policy and the Politics of Education
Education policy is seen as dynamic, changeable and global in its concerns, form and presentation. The course thus starts by studying policy at the national (or sub-national) level – examining recent Politics and policy making in education: explorations in policy sociology. London: Routledge.


Policy | improve education systems
Policy-makers are interested in learning from the experience of other countries, and especially from the countries believed to represent ‘best practice’. By contrast a policy learning approach offers a more promising way to use international experience to inform policy‐making.


Learning | 4.What do labour markets want of higher education?
The Learning and Employability series is primarily intended for staff in higher education institutions who are considering the enhancement of student employability. The publications will also be of interest to colleagues new to the area as well as those who are already engaged in developing employability and...


Education Policy Reforms
While education policy reforms have long-term effects on poverty and income distribution, this chapter mainly A government may choose to reform the nancing of education by introducing user fees (cost recovery) or, as seen in a num-ber of developing countries in recent years, by eliminating them.