Public plans and private aspirations : a study of education policies and the outcomes of schooling in Kiribati, Western Samoa and American Samoa
The making of education policy in developing countries has been i nfluenced in recent years by an apparently widespread belief that formal education is in need of reform to make it more relevant to majority needs and national development objectives . Associated with t his belief are assumptions concerning the outcomes of schooling which suggest that formal education, especially academic education, is producing school-leavers who are dissatisfied with rural life; who despise manual...[Show more]
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