Education, Learning, Training: Critical Issues for Development

Education, Learning, Training: Critical Issues for Development is the new issue 5|2014 of International Development Policy. Carbonnier, Gilles, Michel Carton and Kenneth King (Eds.) (2014) Education, Learning, Training: Critical Issues for Development, International Development Policy series No.5, Geneva: Graduate Institute Publications, Boston: Brill-Nijhoff, 220 p. (EAN: 9789004281141) Education: Fundamental human right or strategic tool in… Read More Education, Learning, Training: Critical Issues for Development

Method in focus: Rubrics | BetterEvaluation.org

Next week BetterEvaluation will launch the first in a series of papers written by practitioners describing their evaluation experiences. The series of ten papers will cover a range of subjects such as commissioning and managing expectations, evaluating networks, mixing methods, defining assessment criteria, managing involvement of children, formative evaluation and building evaluative capacity. The first… Read More Method in focus: Rubrics | BetterEvaluation.org

Method in focus: Rubrics | BetterEvaluation.org

Next week BetterEvaluation will launch the first in a series of papers written by practitioners describing their evaluation experiences. The series of ten papers will cover a range of subjects such as commissioning and managing expectations, evaluating networks, mixing methods, defining assessment criteria, managing involvement of children, formative evaluation and building evaluative capacity. The first… Read More Method in focus: Rubrics | BetterEvaluation.org

2011 Human Development Index covers record 187 countries,and territories, puts Norway at top, DR Congo last

Inequalities lower HDI rankings for US, Republic of Korea, others Norway, Australia and the Netherlands lead the world in the 2011 Human Development Index (HDI), while the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Niger and Burundi are at the bottom of the Human Development Report’s annual rankings of national achievement in health, education and income, released… Read More 2011 Human Development Index covers record 187 countries,and territories, puts Norway at top, DR Congo last