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ONDERWIJS & EDUCATIE

jaar van uitgave: 1994 of later
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Govinda, R. (ed.) (2002): India Education Report: A Profile of Basic Education. Oxford University Press, New Delhi (362 pag). (UI-275-030) India; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; meisjes; moeder- en kindzorg; Himachal Pradesh; Mizoram ; Tamil Nadu; Rajasthan.
[ It is more than fifty years since the Indian constitution made a commitment to provide free and compulsory education for all up to the age of fourteen. Although India has made significant strides in quantitative terms, the promise of providing education for all has remained unfulfilled. This report presents an overview of the status of basic education in India. It reviews all aspects of the Indian education system. ]

Jha, Jyotsna (1998): Education Guarantee Scheme and Alternative Schooling: Community based initiatives in Primary Education, Madhya Pradesh. Rajiv Gandhi Prathmik Shiksha M., Bhopal (88 pag). (UI-275-026) India; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; Madhya Pradesh; onderwijs: beleid overheid.
[ The Rajiv Gandhi Prathmik Shiksha Mission has initiated two innovative schemes in Madhya Pradesh with the prime intention of providing primary schooling facilities to the most needy sections of the society: Alternative Schooling (AS) and Education Guarantee Scheme (EGS). This report gives an evaluation. ]

Mathews S.J., P.D. (2002): The Landmark Judgement of the Supreme Court on Educational Rights of Minorities. Indian Social Institute, New Delhi (106 pag). (UI-285-004) India; onderwijs: beleid overheid; onderwijs & educatie; recht; grondwet.
[ This booklet contains the majority judgement delivered by the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court of India on 31st October, 2002 on educational rights of minorities. The verdict is based on the fundamental rights of minorities guaranteed by the Indian Constitution. An evaluation of the judgement and suggestions for adequate implementation of its principles and guidelines are also included. ]

Mistry, Madhusudan (1999): Towards Measuring the State Government's Commitment to the Fulfilment of People's Right to Universal Primary Education and to Food as an ESC..... Patheya, Ahmedabad (26 pag). (UI-275-013) India; onderwijs, basis-; Gujarat; voedselproblematiek; onderwijs & educatie.
[ Case study. Title (and contents): Towards measuring the state government's commitment to the fulfilment of people's: (a) right to universal primary education, and (b) people's right to food as an ESC right in Gujarat, India. ]

NN (2001): The Challenge of Universal Primary Education. DFID, London/Glasgow (45 pag). (UI-275-035) onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; armoedebestrijding; Derde Wereld algemeen; onderwijs, voortgezet.
[ This paper of the Department for International Development (DFID) focuses on the education dimension of poverty reduction, and specifically the attainment of the International Development Targets for education, which are to achieve Universal Primary Education (UPE) by 2015, and to demonstrate progress towards gender equality and the empowerment of women by eliminating gender disparity in primary and secondary education by 2005. ]

NN (1994): Education For All: Role of Panchayats. State Institute of Panchayats, Kalyani (33 pag). (UI-271-012) India; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; dorpsraad/panchayat; West Bengalen .
[ Training module prepared for use by Panchayat members. The module analyzes the present scenario of education in the state of West Bengal and highlights aspects such as importance of universalizing primary education, need for bringing about reduction in school drop-out rates amongst children, especially at primary school levels; and reducing disparities in school enrolment, retention and achievement levels between girls and boys. The module emphasizes the role of every Panchayat member in making education available for all. ]

NN (1999): Annual Report (1998-99) State Project Office. State Project Office, DPEP-Guj., Gandhinagar (57 pag). (UI-275-014) India; onderwijs & educatie; Gujarat; jaarverslag; onderwijs, basis-.
[ Annual Report (1998-99) of the State Project Office, DPEP-Gujarat. Contents: pedagogy; community mobilization; gender education; planning & management; alternative schooling; tribal education; integrated education for disabled; distance education programme; media and documentation; research and evaluation; MIS; civil works; annual accounts. ]

NN (1999): Progress Report State Project Office: Status as on September 30, 1999. State Project Office, DPEP-Guj., Gandhinagar (83 pag). (UI-275-015) India; onderwijs & educatie; Gujarat; onderwijs, basis-.
[ Progress Report of the State Project Office, DPEP-Gujarat (status Sept. 1999). Contents: pedagogy; community mobilization; gender education; planning & management; alternative schooling; tribal education; integrated education for disabled; distance education programme; media and documentation; research and evaluation; MIS; civil works; annual accounts. ]

NN (1998): Three Years of DPEP: Assessment and Challenges. Educational Consultants India, New Delhi (45 pag). (UI-275-016) India; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; onderwijs: beleid overheid.
[ In 1998, DPEP has completed three years of its operation. A number of evaluative studies were conducted to ascertain its impact and to seek directions for the future. This volume makes an attempt to provide an update of the key interventions made towards achieving the goals of DPEP and an assessment of their impact. The tasks which lie ahead have also been highlighted. ]

NN (1999): Break the Cycle of Poverty. Oxfam International, Washington (241 pag). (UI-275-020) onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; Derde Wereld algemeen; armoedebestrijding.
[ This report has been prepared as part of Education Now, an Oxfam International campaign committed to mobilising the political will and resources needed to achieve the internationally agreed development target of good-quality basic education for all. Contents: Basic education, a catalyst for human development; The state of education: promises and progress; Inequalities in education; Barriers to basic education; International obstacles to education for all; States and non-government organisations in education reform. ]

NN (1997): Primary Education in India. The World Bank, Washington (307 pag). (UI-275-021) India; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; onderwijs: beleid overheid.
[ Book on primary education in India. Contents: Economic and social outcomes as justification for investing in primary education; Improving access and efficiency; Enhancing learning achievement; Reducing gaps in enrollment, retention and achievement; Improving teacher's performance; Improving the quality of textbooks and the efficiency of their production; Building managerial and institutional capacity; Financing elementary education; Financing more and better primary education. ]

NN (1999?): NEEV: An effort to re-think the school buildings. Rajiv Gandhi Prathmik Shiksha M., Bhopal (79 pag). (UI-289-017) India; onderwijs & educatie; bouwnijverheid.
[ On the construction of school buildings. ]

Pal, R.M. (ed.) (1999): Child Labour and Compulsory Basic Education. Indian Social Institute, New Delhi (99 pag). (UI-554-221) India; kinderarbeid; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; grondwet; wetgeving.
[ Proceedings of a seminar organised by the Indian Social Institute, held on 12 April, 1997 in Delhi. Child labour can never be eliminated without implementing the provision of Article 45 of the constitution, that is, free compulsory basic education to children up to the age of fourteen. There are a number of organisations in India which are concerned with the question of child labour but hardly any which lays stress on the implementation of Article 45. This book highlights this aspect. ]

Prakash, Dr. Ved; e.a. (1998): Mid-Term Assessment Survey: An Appraisal of Students' Achievement. Educational Consultants India, New Delhi (111 pag). (UI-275-025) India; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; onderwijs: beleid overheid.
[ Universalisation of primary education and universalisation of quality education are the two faces of the same coin that have always posed a challenge not only to India but also to several developing countries as well. Although most countries have set for themselves the goal of achieving universal primary education and despite high investment in majority of cases, studies reveal low participation, high dropout rates and under education of pupils. ]

Shah, Dr. Partha J. (2001): Research Projects in Education. ICSSR/WOTRO, New Delhi/Den Haag (14 pag). (UI-289-012) India; onderwijs & educatie; onderwijs, basis-; kinderarbeid.
[ Paper. Research projects in education. ]

Sharma, Amita; Gopalakrishnan, R. (1997): Bringing the people back in: From Lok Sampark Abhiyan to Education Guarantee Scheme in Madhya Pradesh. Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission, Bhopal (95 pag). (UI-275-027) India; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs: beleid overheid; onderwijs & educatie; Madhya Pradesh.
[ The results of the Lok Sampark Abhiyan (a door-to-door survey on primary education in Madhya Pradesh) helped to demolish the myth of near-universal access to primary education in the state. It became clear that the specificities of tribal demography where people lived scattered in several hamlets created major gaps in access. The Education Guarantee Scheme (EGS) pioneered by the government of Madhya Pradesh was an effort to respond to this finding. ]

Sharma, J.P. (ed.) (1998): Sixth All India Educational Survey: Selected Statistics. Nat. Council of Ed. Res. and Tr., New Delhi (84 pag). (NI-271-001) India; onderwijs & educatie; naslagwerk/statistiek; onderwijs, basis-; gender-analyse; demografie.
[ Statistical tables on education. ]

The PROBE Team (1999): Public Report On Basic Education in India. Oxford University Press, New Delhi (156 pag). (UI-275-019) India; onderwijs & educatie; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs: beleid overheid; Himachal Pradesh.
[ This PROBE-report investigates the schooling situation in India in all its aspects, chiefly concerned with the reasons why so many children are deprived of the fundamental right to learn. It examines the economic, political and social causes of the crisis, and argues that change is possible. It deals with: the fundamental right to elementary education; myths about the schooling situation; perceptions of parents and children; school environment; teacher concerns; classroom processes; education management; recent developments; ... ]

Watkins, Kevin (1999?): Break the Cycle of Poverty. Oxfam International, Washington (241 pag). (UI-275-023) onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; Derde Wereld algemeen; structurele aanpassing.
[ Millions of children are still being denied the opportunity to develop the basic learning skills they need to escape poverty, to realise their full potential, and to participate fully in social, economic, and political life. This report sets out the scale of the problem, identifies some of its underlying causes, and provides an agenda for reform. That agenda includes proposals for a new Global Action Plan for basic education. ]



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