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Oxford Review of Education Education as a mechanism for

Details: segregated education system to maintain social inequality. Later research commis-sioned by the UK Department for International Development reconfirms this view. While stressing that education is an essential tool for human development, it also points to the role of education in both causing and perpetuating conflict,

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Education in Fiji

Details: Education Commission which visited Fiji in 1969.10 National Development Plan (DPVI) further reiterates the social and economic values which underlie this study. Similarly, in dealing with the concept of quality in relation to education, a concept that figures prominently throughout this work, one could engage in another prolonged

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School education

Details: School education, 2016 Census Paper no. 10, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University, Canberra. Abstract This papers uses data from the Census of Population and Housing to examine trends between 2006 and 2016 in two aspects of Indigenous education: school participation and Year 12 attainment. We find that there

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Educationfor EconomicDevelopment j intheSouthPacific

Details: primary education. Fiji raises yet another set of educational issues, with its differential ethnic educational attainment and the special problemsfollowingthecoups. Butmanypolicy issues Thestudiesin thepresentvolumereflect this mixofsimilarity and incommon diversity. Previous work on education in the South Pacific (see, for

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Constitutional Responsibility for Education in Australia

Details: education is a States right’ and has implied that in the exercise of its powers, such as the external affairs power, the grants power or the defence power, the Commonwealth Parliament may validly pass laws with an education component. The question came to the

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A human Capital Approach to the Educational

Details: Education is one of the key components of the HDI. At a purely mechanical level, the combined primary, secondary and tertiary gross enrolment rate is one of the three variables used to construct the index. However, and perhaps as importantly, education is a key determinant at both a national and individual

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Management education and development in China: a research …

Details: education and executive training programs originated from, or in partnership with, foreign countries (McGugan 1995). It is hoped that as a result of learning from a variety of countries and approaches, a management education, training and development system which serves China’s own needs will emerge. In recent years,

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Impact of interprofessional education about psychological

Details: education programs, tend to focus on individual illnesses in isolation. In practice, clinicians cannot abstract deci-sions about treatment of one illness from consideration of the patient’s other illnesses. Patients with co-morbidities often experience uncoor-dinated care from a porous network of clinicians and services [9, 10].

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Final Report to the Warlpiri Education and Training Trust

Details: education and training programs (to be funded and supported by WETT) that will make a significant difference to education and training outcomes amongst Warlpiri people. Methodology and structure of project The author participated in initial discussions in late March 2006 with Dr Danielle Campbell from the Central Land Council.

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Challenges to multicultural education in the 21 century

Details: education and multicultural education were used nearly as synonyms in the late eighties and early nineties, and this had an interesting side effect: While multicultural education had only reluctantly been accepted into the educational administration, the word now became quickly accepted (cf. Luchtenberg

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Women’s education, child welfare and child survival: a

Details: WOMEN’S EDUCATION, CHILD WELFARE AND CHILD SURVIVAL 161 HOBCRAFT HEALTH TRANSITION REVIEW VOL. 3 NO. 2 1993 instrumentality, social identification, and confidence. Instrumentality is the ability to manipulate and feel control over the outside world.

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INCOME, WORK AND EDUCATION: INSIGHTS FOR CLOSING …

Details: Education 9 Income and labour force status 9 Income and education 12 Income and population growth 13 Employment structure and segregation in the labour markets 13 Conclusions 15 The importance of comparing like with like 15 Notes 16 Appendix A Distribution of industry sector of employment by SUA category and Indigenous status, 2011 17 References 23

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EDUCATION, PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS AND FERTILITY …

Details: Education is one of the most modern demographic variables, which unlike sex and age is not a biological characteristic but a social attribute. It is a particular type of socialization that usually takes place outside the home (Hull and Achanfuo-Yeboah, 1985: 183). Education

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A NEW PARADIGM IN MUSIC EDUCATION: THE MUSIC …

Details: Education Program provides a model for consciously reconceptualising our approach to music education through re-visiting what might be regarded as ‘old’ practices in a ‘new’ guise. The three ‘I’s’ are illustrated through a series of critical incidents that highlight the necessary change in . iv

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A high price to pay: for education, subsistence or a place

Details: A high price to pay: for education, subsistence or a place in the job market 37 Supplement to Health Transition Review Volume 5, 1995 need for legal reform, to reconcile customary laws and contemporary practices, to promote the equality of citizens appropriate to modern states and to provide the kinds of legal redress

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Open Research: Charity meets clarity: A multiple methods

Details: The study posits that improvements in Indigenous education are unlikely to present through oversimplified, linear and mono-dimensional interventions. It also concludes that partners in education, philanthropy and First Nations affairs need to think differently about problems and future possibilities by pursuing a course of positive disruption

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Open Research: Education in Fiji : policy, problems and

Details: It is the author's contention that the voluntary school principle, the keystone of former British colonial education policy, has out lived its usefulness as the basis on which to build an education system designed to meet Fiji's current and future social and economic needs. Instead, a state or public school system would be more appropriate.

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The Estimation of the Rate of Return to Education in China

Details: and education outcome creating the omitted variable bias problem. We investigate if the birth month is a good instrument for use in estimating the rate of return to education using empirical evidence from the 2000 Chinese Population Census and the

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The role of education in post doi moi Vietnam

Details: education and economic reform, has resulted in increased economic growth. In January 1994, the Inter-Party Conference declared that the modernisation of technology and industrialisation was the main goal for national development for the rest of …

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Title: A threat to tax morale: the case of Australian

Details: tertiary education with a user-pays system subsidized by government. For the most part, Australian higher education institutions are dependent on public funding, and successive governments have remained vigilant, keen to reduce the sector’s reliance on the public purse wherever possible.

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Forum: Parental education and child mortality

Details: education that becomes a more significant variable in explaining child mortality. There is a need to discuss gender differences in the significance of education and the cultural context within which education finds meaning.

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Appetite for education in contemporary Asia Kenneth Orr,editor

Details: education system in Thailand B.J. Terwiel 39 The economic, social and political dimensions of Malaysian education policy Martin Rudner 62 Stimulating the appetite and coping with the consequences in Indonesia Lambert Kelabora and Kenneth Orr 92 Chinese education in Southeast Asia Christine Inglis 108 The identification and management of

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The Effect of Education on the Timing of Marriage

Details: The Effect of Education on the Timing of Marriage andFirstBirthinPakistan∗ Lata Gangadharan and Pushkar Maitra ƒ February 200 1 Abstract A rapid rise in women™s education levels, an increase in the age at marriage

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Indigenous Language Education in Remote Communities

Details: The link between education and local development aspirations and activity is clearly delineated in the . research base. Much of the research in contemporary studies on education makes this point. For example, McRae (2000) cites the need for training and educational development to be linked with community

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Human Capital Accumulation: Education and Immigration

Details: Education and immigration are examined and affirmed as drivers of sustainable productivity growth. In education, individuals see continuing benefits to educational investment, a view supported by individual rates of return from education. Private sector expenditure on education has increased substantially, Australia’s public/private funding

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Open Research: Language Teacher Education for Primary

Details: Zein, Mochamad Subhan. Description. This study examines the needs of teachers of English at primary level in terms of knowledge and skills; the delivery of teacher education at pre- and in-service levels and the design of learning-teaching options; and the interplay of these aspects for the creation of policy recommendations on teacher education for primary school English …

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Open Research: Education, training and careers: young

Details: The principal aim of this paper was to determine what role, if any, young Torres Strait Islanders see education and training playing in their future careers. As in human capital theory, young Islanders appear to value education and training as a form of investment that will allow them to further their careers.

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The reform agenda for vocational education and training

Details: education, employment opportunities, health, and the underlying current of racism are diverse. Too often, attempts to incorporate equity principles are based upon non-Indigenous perceptions, narrowly defined, of what the realities are.

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Utilization of maternal health-care services in Peru: the

Details: Education could thus influence a woman’s beliefs about disease causation and cure and the value she places on modern medicine. We should note, however, that some portion of the observed effects of education may be spurious. Behrman and Wolfe (1987a, 1987b) have proposed that the association between female schooling and

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Opinion: A Critical Appraisal of the New Higher Education

Details: labelling of ‘free education’ as ‘middle class welfare’ was a major theme at the time. (d) Higher Education Contribution Scheme The Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS), recommended by the Wran Committee set up by John Dawkins in 1988iv, was adopted in 1989. This was a universal charge to

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The Australian National University Centre for Economic

Details: The authors are grateful to the Commonwealth Department of Education, Science and Training for the provision of unpublished aggregate school fee data and the Australian Council for Educational Research for the student-based data used in the paper. Neither organization bears any responsibility for the manner in

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Examination Orientation and the Opportunity Structure in

Details: education are compared and contrasted as providing different paths through the opportunity structure and different outcomes for social mobility. The dissertation analyzes the selective and social distributive functions of senior high school education in Kunming, and suggests that informal methods outside of entrance examinations, such

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Open Research: Indigenous Australians as 'No Gaps

Details: In this chapter we want to problematise the notion that closing the gap in education will improve socioeconomic outcomes. In short, we question whether human capital theory that is so uncritically accepted as an elixir to socioeconomic disadvantage is applicable in all cross- or inter-cultural contexts, or in all territorial spaces " - page 109

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HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE GROWTH OF INDIGENOUS

Details: Education, Employment and Workplace Relations as an input to the Review of Higher Education Access and Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People chaired by Professor Larissa Behrendt. The authors are grateful to the Review Secretariat team for comments on early drafts and for assistance in accessing relevant administrative data.

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A comparative analysis of indigenous bilingual education

Details: education policy in the two countries, identifying the key ecological factors that have influenced these policies, and suggesting ways in which Australia may learn from the Peruvian experience to advance bilingual education in the future. 1.1 Methodology and Data Sources

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Income inequality in China: Causes and Policy Responses

Details: face low access to public services such as education and health careand, if they migrate, generally take lower-paying jobs. This restricts rural-urban migration. 4. According to the explanation in China’s statistical yearbooks, net incomes of rural households refers to . the

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Building Indigenous learning communities R.G. Schwab and D

Details: education is a life-long affair, where families and schools are strong and healthy, and where individuals in communities feel empowered to identify their most pressing needs and develop mechanisms to build capacity and secure resources to address those needs.

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VISUAL ARTS EDUCATION: The potential for teacher delight

Details: Visual Education (NRVE) (Davis, 2008), regarding generalist primary teachers, also impacts on preschool teachers’ delivery of Visual Arts. Taking a mixed-methods approach the study is organised in three interlocking stages, the first two of which seek to explore, at the preschool level, whether the findings of

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Power, Epistemology and Pedagogy: Female Teacher …

Details: starting point of the study is the contention that education systems, and teachers more specifically, either reproduce hegemonic values or serve as agents of change. Epistemological positions and the influence of a dynamic network of power relations determine this path. Based on six months of fieldwork in the College of Education at

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Open Research: Education, proximate determinants and

Details: Description. This study investigates the effect of education, particularly the individual and the regional level of education, on fertility in Bangladesh, based on a subset of data from the Bangladesh Fertility Survey (BFS) and the Household Survey conducted during 1975-76. The study examines effect of education on the proximate determinants of

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Strengthening Fiji’s national poverty policies in the

Details: Education and health sectors have received the bulk of funding, followed by water supplies (Table 1). The allocation of funds for primary education increased in the 1990s; however funds allocated to other priority social areas have been reduced (that is, rural primary education, rural public health and rural water supplies). Only about

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Does it pay to go to school

Details: education and what these expectations might be (accurate or otherwise) may also influence educational participation. This thesis looks at the education outcomes of Indigenous Australians. There are two main research questions are examined. The first is what are the relative benefits of

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Non-formal education: Pacific 2010 workshop

Details: education sector, 1994 Total In Out of in age school school group (number) (%) Primary 662,618 496,745 26 Secondary 369,147 66,949 82 Source: Wari, Pala, 1995. Pacific 2010: Non-formal Education in Melanesia: Papua New Guinea Non-formal Education, paper presented to Workshop on Non-formal Education, Vanuatu, 3–7 April. population at large.

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Evaluating the Food for Education Program in Bangladesh

Details: Bangladesh is a developing country and up to the mid 1980s rural education had been neglected. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Government of Bangladesh realised the importance of education and identified the development of human capital as a primary strategy for reducing poverty. In 1993 the FFE program was introduced.

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Practical reconciliation and recent trends in Indigenous

Details: Practical reconciliation and recent trends in Indigenous education B.H. Hunter and R.G. Schwab No. 249/2003 ISSN 1036-1774 ISBN 0 7315 5624 0 Boyd Hunter and Jerry Schwab are Fellows at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic

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AGE AT MARRIAGE AND FERTILITY IN SRI LANKA by …

Details: Education, 1971 Census of Sri Lanka 3.5 Median Age at Marriage of Currently Married Females 50 (15-49) in WZ and DZ by Education and Type of Residence, 1971 Census of Sri Lanka 3.6 Median Age at Marriage of Currently Married Females 52 (15-49) in WZ and DZ by Education and Ethnicity, 1971 Census of Sri Lanka

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