AFGHANISTAN: Teacher Observations Help Promote Quality Instruction

February 27, 2009

AFGHANISTAN: Teacher Observations Help Promote Quality Instruction In an education system that has traditionally embraced rote memorization, long-established hierarchies, and a punitive approach to discipline, it is not surprising that many teachers in Afghanistan initially dread the idea of being... Read More
 

Books: Can Virtuous Leadership Mitigate Development’s Challenges?

February 27, 2009

BOOKS: Can Virtuous Leadership Mitigate Development’s Challenges? A new book by Creative’s Dr. Chloe Schwenke, Reclaiming Value in International Development: The Moral Dimensions of Development Policy and Practice in Poor Countries (Praeger, 2008), is being hailed as the first book... Read More
 

National Education Accounts (NEA): Allocating Resources Transparently and Equitably to Meet Education Needs Allocating Resources Transparently and Equitably to Meet Education Needs

February 20, 2009

National Education Accounts (NEA): Allocating Resources Transparently and Equitably to Meet Education Needs Allocating Resources Transparently and Equitably to Meet Education Needs The Education for ALL (EFA) initiative has led governments worldwide to attempt systemic reforms that will enable them... Read More