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Educational planning in the Pacific

G. R. Teasdale

Educational planning in the Pacific

principles and guidelines

by G. R. Teasdale

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Published by PRIDE Project, University of the South Pacific in Suva, Fiji .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 127-130) and index.

Statementedited by Priscilla Puamau and G.R. (Bob) Teasdale
SeriesPacific Education Series -- no. 1
ContributionsPacific Regional Initiatives for the Delivery of Basic Education
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLC1035.8.O3 E38 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 133 p. :
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24455417M
ISBN 109820106303
LC Control Number2010362908
OCLC/WorldCa123125291

  Reviews “A fascinating and useful book that brings together detailed case studies of education in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific with insightful analysis that focuses upon enduring issues of quality and equity, schooling in small island states, and the impact of development assistance upon educational policymaking across the region. The Reform of Education in the Pacific Region: Implications for Fiji A keynote paper prepared for the Fiji Education Summit, 31 August The history of educational aid in the Pacific, as elsewhere, is an ambiguous one, The encouragement of consultative and participatory approaches to educational planning, policy-making and curriculum.

• Pacific Church Strategy • Pasifika Organisation Strategy • Pacific Early Learning Mobile Outreach Service (PELMOS) Early Learning Taskforce PASIFIKA EDUCATION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION PLAN INCREASING PARTICIPATION IN QUALITY EARLY LEARNING AND BUILDING A STRONG FOUNDATION FOR LIFE-LONG EDUCATION. P.O. Box 74 Hawaiʻi National Park , HI, USA +1 [email protected]

Volume: Directions: Journal of Educational Studies vol, no, Collation: 7 ; Abstract: Chapter 1 of Pacific Education Series Book 1: Educational Planning in the Pacific: principles and guidelines, edited by Priscilla Puamau and G.R. (Bob) chapter seeks to reconceptualise the planning and implementation of education in the Pacific by reviewing how . The Council of Pacific Education (COPE) is a regional organisation of education unions from the South Pacific Region. COPE is a sub-branch of Education International's (EI) Asia and Pacific regional division. The COPE office is based in Suva, current Secretary General is .


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CONTENTS OF BOOK Brief bio of the contributors Abbreviations Introduction by editors CHAP 1: The big picture: international perspectives on education for planners CHAP 2: Global perspectives on strategic planning in education CHAP 3: Principles and processes of educational planning in the Pacific CHAP 4: The development of Fiji's three-year education strategic plans: a case study.

3 Principles and processes of educational planning in the Pacific Priscilla Puamau 24 4 The development of Fiji’s three-year education strategic plans: a case study Epeli Tokai 45 5 Provincial-level educational planning in Papua New Guinea: practices, experiences and lessons Uke Kombra 51 6 The role of data in educational planning Epeli Tokai 63File Size: KB.

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