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Political interference in the running of education in post-independence Kenya: a critical retrospection
Decentralization and privatization of education in El Salvador: Assessing the experience
Child labour and schooling in the context of a subsistence rural economy: can they be compatible?
Participation in school upgrading: gender, class and (in)action in Egypt
A brief history of a science teacher professional development initiative in Indonesia and the implications for centralised teacher development
Thair, M.; Treagust, D.F.
The internationalisation of higher education: exporting education to developing and transitional economies
Bennell, P.; Pearce, T.
Participation: the New Tyranny? - edited by B. Cooke and U. Kothari; Zed Books, London, 2001, 207 pp., ISBN 1-85649-793-3; 1-85649-794-1.
Teaching the Chinese learner: psychological and pedagogical perspectives - eds. David Watkins and John Biggs, Comparative Education Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong, 2001, 306 pages. ISBN 962-8093-72-X, US$32.
Education in Developing Asia - (submitted for publication in International Journal of Educational Development) Education in Developing Asia (Five volume set). Volume 1-Education and National Development: Priorities, Policies, and Planning by Don Adams; Volume 2 - Management and Efficiency in Education: Goals and Strategies by David Chapman; Volume 3 - The Costs and Financing of Education: Trends and Policy Implications by Mark Bray; Volume 4 - Equity and Access to Education: Themes, Tensions, an
Modularisation of vocational education in Europe: NVQ's and GNVQ's as a model for the reform of initial training provisions in Germany? - Hurbert Ertl, Oxford, England: Symposium Books, 2000, 127 pages, ISBN 1 873927 98 3, Review to appear in the International Journal of Education Development