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The Role of Distance Education in National and International Development: An Overview
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Distance Education Volume 10, Number 1,

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Examines the role of distance education in national and international development. Target populations are described, including the disadvantaged and adults; courses offered are discussed, including professional and vocational training, and rural development and community education; cost factors are reviewed; and the role of the state is examined. (41 references) (LRW)

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Rumble, G. (1989). The Role of Distance Education in National and International Development: An Overview. Distance Education, 10(1), 83-107. Retrieved May 11, 2021 from .

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