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Salinger, Terry S. – 1978
Nonformal educational programs, which are frequently characterized by their transmission of knowledge outside the limitations and role expectations of the traditional classroom, exist today as they have throughout the past. Among the common characteristics of the diverse nonformal educational programs throughout the world is their responsiveness…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Beginning Reading, Educational Innovation, Elementary Education
Naik, Chitra – Prospects: Quarterly Review of Education, 1983
A recent community-oriented, evening education project for illiterate children residing in the rural Pune district of India is described and evaluated. Discussed are project organizations, requirement and training of staff, curriculum content, classroom equipment, course materials, and literacy results. (JA)
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Developing Nations, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education
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Grant, Stephen; And Others – 1978
This report is a final one in a series of 17 reports concerned with costs analysis/projections of the instructional television program and the Out of School Television (OSTV) project in the Ivory Coast. It includes an introduction to the OSTV project after its first five years of existence, a description of the main elements of the in-school…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Programs, Cost Effectiveness, Developing Nations
Smith, Douglas – Adult Education (London), 1982
This report examines what is being done in London in world development education and suggests how the process can be extended and made more effective. (Author/CT)
Descriptors: Adult Literacy, Basic Skills, Developing Nations, Health Education
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Jayaweera, S. – Indian Journal of Adult Education, 1979
Discusses nonformal education programs for women in four categories, as well as nonvocational education programs, constraints, problems, directions, and strategies. The four categories are part-time facilities in formal educational institutions; in-plant training; on-the-job training by employers; and courses offered by public and private sector…
Descriptors: Apprenticeships, Continuing Education, Dropouts, Employed Women
Akinpelu, J. A. – Adult Education (London), 1980
In a critique of the government of Nigeria's policy statement on education, the author highlights funding and implementation, literacy programs, and integration of formal and nonformal education as the major concerns for adult education in that country. (SK)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Educational Policy, Financial Support, Foreign Countries