Research on the influences of educational policy on teaching and learning
Source:Research on education in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East (2013)
Call Number:Cubb LC95 .A2 R47 2013
Keywords:Education and state--Africa, Education and state--Caribbean Area, Education and state--Middle East
Contents: Educational policy on teaching and learning in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East / Cynthia Szymanski Sunal -- Impact on teaching and learning of educational policy on special needs education and inclusion in South Africa / Petra Engelbrecht and Marichell van Deventer -- The paradox of universal secondary education in Uganda / Philip P. Kelly -- Inclusive education: the Nigerian attempt / Ahon Adaka Terfa -- Supporting novice teachers in Egypt: the development and evaluation of an induction/mentoring program / Jack Levy, Yasser Youssif, and Nevein Dous -- Who will teach these children? special education policy in Zimbabwe / Nyaradzo H. Mvududu -- Morocco's 2000 charter for educational reform policy: language standardizations and fragmentations / Bethsaida Nieves -- International funding in educational reform in Trinidad and Tobago, 1996-2002 / Genevieve A. Baptiste and Dennis A. Conrad -- The exodus of Cape Verdean immigrants to the northeastern United States / Julio C. de Carvalho -- Special educators' efficacy and exceptional students' future trajectories: informing Barbados' education policy / Stacey Blackman, Arthur G. Richardson, and Claudette Fongkong-Mungal -- Education reform's impact on the development of special education policy in Qatar / Asma Al Attiyah and Brenda B. Lazarus -- Educational policy and pedagogical practice impacting Gypsy, Roma, and Traveler Groups in the United Kingdom: lessons for neighboring Middle Eastern countries / Kalwant Bhopal -- Emerging bilingualism in Kindergarten: implications for educational policies and practices in Qatar / Karen L. Kelly, Radhika Viruru, Fatima Al Maadadi, and John R Schorger.