ERIC Number: ED090087
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Nov
UNICEF News, Issue 73: Education.
United Nations Children's Fund, New York, NY.
This quarterly publication from UNICEF, announced here on a one time basis, reviews the Fund's activities in health, education, and nutrition for the children of developing countries. The following is a sample of articles from this issue devoted to education: "New Targets" discusses recommendations for emphasizing minimum education, attention to primary school dropouts, curricular innovation, and occupationally oriented and nonformal education. "A Better Educational State for Jamaica's Children" describes a preschool program funded almost entirely from the private sector. Teacher training projects are described in "Jordan Teaches the Teachers," an on-the-job training project, and "Botswana Teachers Upgraded," where radio correspondence courses for teachers overcome geographic barriers. "Education for Tommorow" is a UNESCO report on the future of education. "The Provincial Approach" is a positive approach to education in West Sumatra, Indonesia. "Focus on Dropouts" is Judith Spiegelman's profile of an elementary school dropout in Thailand. "Harvest of Hope" and "Picking up the Pieces" describe reconstruction projects, the former in Honduras, the latter a photo report from around the world. "Homemade School Aid" is another photo report illustrating do-it-yourself projects. (JH)
Descriptors: Children, Comparative Education, Developing Nations, Dropouts, Educational Development, Educational Finance, Elementary Education, Financial Support, Foreign Countries, Inservice Teacher Education, Lifelong Learning, Newsletters, Nonformal Education, Periodicals, Preschool Education, Vocational Education
UNICEF News, U. S. Committee for UNICEF, 331 East 38th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016 ($3.50 donation)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: United Nations Children's Fund, New York, NY.
Identifiers - Location: Botswana; Honduras; Jamaica; Jordan; Thailand