Abstract: A wide range of literature covers issues related to educational inequalities in Latin America. Nevertheless, the distribution of state educational services in relation to socio-economical background of students has been a neglected topic and approach to the theme. This study is being carried out at the present time, and the
ESP Working Paper Series 2012 No. 35 - Social Distribution of Educational Services in Rural Areas of Argentina (EN)Resources — Publications
ESP Working Paper Series 2012 No. 34 - Exploring the Impact and Effectiveness of the Use of hte Breakthrough to Literacy Program (EN)Resources — Publications
Abstract: Widespread concern about poor literacy performance in South African primary schools has led to an increased emphasis on assessment and measurement of learner performance, and on service provider accountability.
In this context, Molteno Institute for Language and Literacy (MILL), a provider
of African languages and English training programs in the
ESP Working Paper Series 2012 No. 33 - Measuring School Inclusion Among Disadvantaged Students from Romanian Vocational Schools (EN)Resources — Publications
Diana Damean and Julia Todea Varhegyi
Abstract : Thepaper is based on the outcome of a research project that aimed to: (1) improve the data-collection strategies of educational civil society organizations; and (2) identify the factors influencing disadvantaged students’ school inclusion or exclusion. The main outcome of the research was the development of the SSP-School Inclusion Questionnaire,
ESP Working Paper Series 2012 No. 32 - Internal Monditoring and Evaluation on In-Service Teacher Training Programs (EN)Resources — Publications
Dejan Stankovic and Milja Vujacic
Abstract: Ten years ago a new model of in-service training of teachers (INSET) was introduced in Serbia. Instead of state-driven delivery of teacher training, the newly established system had all key features of a quasi-market approach: openness to providers, some national steering, and a free choice of training programs by teachers.
22/04/2012 — 27/04/2012