Education Provision in the Third World: the actors, and the lessons of a study in Fiji

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Date
2007-09-19T18:08:11Z
Authors
Skett, Sarah St. Clair
Keyword
Education , Third World
Abstract
Education decentralization is sweeping many developing countries, creating massive regional disparities in education access and quality. Fiji provides education through the Community Based Approach, and although it is never referred to as being decentralized, it has all the same disparities occurring. A case study was conducted in the Yasawa Islands, Fiji, to evaluate the impact on surrounding communities of a newly opened (and privately funded) Secondary school.
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