Education

Commonwealth books on education advocate for the enhancement of the quality of education and equality of opportunities, for both boys and girls, through improved teaching and management processes.

Contributor: Christina Soh
Series title: Commonwealth Case Studies in Education
Publication date: 1 January 2001
Format: Paperback

Rapid advances in Information Technology (IT) pose new opportunities as well as challenges for every society. In the education sector, IT has enormous potential to help countries address issues of access to learning, quality of the teaching-learning process and management of education systems.

Publication date: 1 January 2001
Format: Paperback

Museums of all sorts and science centres offer excellent opportunities in popularising science and technology to achieve scientific and technological literacy.

Contributor: Magdallen N. Juma
Series title: Commonwealth Case Studies in Education
Publication date: 1 January 2001
Format: Paperback

The overall purpose of these selected case studies is to assess the impact of HIV/AIDS on education and the various mechanisms set up to address the challenge of the epidemic. It arises from the distinctive need to understand the complex social phenomena in the spread and response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

Contributor: Ian G Halliday
Publication date: 1 January 1999
Format: Paperback

This book initiates a debate on how governments, especially in developing nations, can best enlist the expertise of people with an involvement (or interest) in educating the youth of the nation. It is directed at Ministers and Permanent Secretaries, policy-makers and people in industry, commerce, tertiary education and teachers.

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