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Development and reform of primary education

International Bureau of Education.

Development and reform of primary education

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Educational documentation and information, Bulletin of the International Bureau of Education, year 58, no. 230, 1st. quarter 1984.

Other titlesEducational documentation and information.
Statementprepared by the International Bureau of Education.
ContributionsUnesco., International Bureau of Education.
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Open LibraryOL20152834M

Australian Journal of Teacher Education Volume 40|Issue 5 Article 1 Professional Learning of Teachers in Ethiopia: Challenges and Implications for Reform Fekede Tuli Gemeda University of Ambo, [email protected] Päivi Tynjälä Professor University of Jyväskylä, [email protected] This Journal Article is posted at Research Size: KB. A glance at primary education in Zambia progress towards achieving the millennium development goals (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The NEP gives utmost significance to pre-primary education. All 5 year old children are being brought under this scheme, with the plans to extend the plan to include 4 year olds too. The NEP advises the government to start pre primary education in all schools. The NEP asks for more teachers to be recruited and increasing the number of classrooms.


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