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Some other popular articles were studies finding that teachers’ impact on non-cognitive skills is 10 times more predictive of students’ longer-term success than teachers’ impact on test scores; an analysis of the effectiveness of instructional coaching for teachers instead of regular professional development; and a look at whether teacher preparation programs can be evaluated based on the learning gains of their graduates’ students.
The article that generated the most interest this year was one that looked at the policy of inclusion, or mainstreaming, in special education. A response to that article was our third most popular article of the year.
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Education: Fundamental human right or strategic tool in support of economic growth? How does commodity-dependence influence education policy and practice? What is the role of vocational training vis-à-vis university education in developing countries? Are MOOCs and Chinese cooperation a game changer for higher education in Africa? And how does student migration sit vis-à-vis the globalisation of knowledge? These and other questions lie at the heart of Education, Learning, Training: Critical Issues for Development, a collection of essays edited by Gilles Carbonnier, Michel Carton and Kenneth King, which explore 50 years of international discourse surrounding education and development. Drawing on examples from Africa, Asia and Latin America, the articles examine issues hitherto largely neglected, but of increasing relevance to researchers and policymakers.
Contributors include: Patrick Aebischer, Manzoor Ahmed, Fritz Brugger, Nicholas Burnett, Gilles Carbonnier, Michel Carton, Alexandra Draxler, Denise Efionayi, Gérard Escher, Ana García de Fanelli, Claudia Jacinto, Kenneth King, Kathlen Lizárraga Zamora, Simon McGrath, Dimitrios Noukakis, Etienne Piguet, and Lesley Powell.
why is education important for development
Education is one of the most important investments a country can make in its people and its future. GPE supports developing countries to ensure every child receives a quality education
Education is a powerful agent of change, and improves health and livelihoods, contributes to social stability and drives long-term economic growth. What’s more, education is also essential to the success of every one of the 17 SDG goals.
The emotional, social and physical development of young children has a direct effect on their overall development and on the adult they will become. That is why understanding the need to invest in very young children is so important, so as to maximize their future well-being.
Children’s early experiences – the bonds they form with their parents and their first learning experiences – deeply affect their future physical, cognitive, emotional and social development.
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