Commonwealth Education Partnerships 2015/16
Commonwealth Education Partnerships 2015/16 is the essential overview of education in the Commonwealth.
Launched at the triennial Commonwealth Conference of Education Ministers (19CCEM) in Nassau, The Bahamas in 2015, the publication is an invaluable resource for ministers, senior officials and other stakeholders. Commonwealth Education Partnerships 2015/16 reflects the conference theme of ‘Quality Education for Equitable Development: Performance, Paths, Productivity – the 3 Ps’.
This year’s edition looks at the role of schools and universities in the development agenda and the place of education in the 21st century as the Millennium Development Goals reach their target date.
Commonwealth Education Partnerships 2015/16 includes the latest thinking on:
- The relationship between the state and non-state education providers
- Access and quality – gender, language and curriculum issues
- The role of technical and vocational education and training
- Special focus on reading: basic literacy through to literature studies
- Catering for the increasing demand for higher education in developing countries
- The impact of transnational education: widening access vs preserving quality
The publication also includes extensive education profiles of the 53 Commonwealth member countries, incorporating the latest data on education systems, participation and outcomes.
Minister’s Welcome – Jerome Fitzgerald, Minister of Education, Science and Technology, The Bahamas
Apprenticeships in England: New pathways to professions – Jade Fell
Rethinking post-colonial history: Commonwealth literature studies – Helen Tiffin
Rupert Jones-Parry (Managing editor)Rupert Jones-Parry was Head of Publications at the Commonwealth Secretariat. Prior to that, he worked in senior positions for several major UK publishers in the field of international education.
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