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ERIC Number: ED468406
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002-Jun
Pages: 34
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Dossier: Open and Distance Learning.
van Leeuwen, Fred, Ed.
Education International, v8 n2 Jun 2002
This magazine addresses diverse educational issues in different parts of the world. Articles in this issue are: "Education for All: Governments Must Do Much More to Make Schooling Accessible for All Children" (G. Machel and N. Mandela); "Afghanistan: Education Opens Up New Perspective"; "South Korea: Behind the Facade" (W. van der Schaaf); "Kyrgyzstan: Providing Quality Education in Miserable Conditions" (S. N. Pyakuryal); and "Child Labour: ILO Global Report on Child Labour Cites 'Alarming' Extent of Its Worst Forms" (J. Somavia). The"Open and Distance Learning" section contains: "Introduction" (A. C. Armstrong); "Open and Distance Learning: Unlocking the Potential" (J. Daniel); "The Francophone Educational Channel: A Major 'Agence de la Francophonie' Program"; "National Situations: Chile (J. P. Urrutia) and Russia (N. Kolobashkin)"; "ICDE, International Council for Open and Distance Education" (R. Roll); "The Correspondence Course Goes Online: Comeback of an Educational Racket" (D. F. Noble); "Challenges for Teachers" (B. Ratteree); "Defining Terms"; "A Day at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria" (J. Delorme); "ICFTU General Secretary Guy Ryder"; "Girls' Education in Africa: FAWE's Action at the Grassroots (P. Mlama); and "Teachers at the Forefront of HIV/AIDS Global Prevention Efforts" (D. Sanglan). (BT)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Education International, Brussels (Belgium).