Round Table on the Complementarity of Formal and Non-formal Approaches at the Primary Education Level; Hamburg, Germany; 1990
The purpose of this paper is to present a synopsis of significant experiences of innovative approaches towards achieving universal primary education (UPE) and its democratization prepared from a study of the available published materials pertaining to this field. The synopsis is based on the study of about 200 publications including books: reports of conferences, seminars and workshops; reviews; national case studies and country reports; research papers and journal articles related to UPE. Of these. A selected bibliography of about 80 publications has been compiled and Is attached to this...
Environmental problems at the global, national and local levels were escalating at such a rapid rate during the last few decades that they have emerged as a major concern of the international community, particularly of educational planners and curriculum developers.
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