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The Growing Education Crisis in Developing Countries: II. Development Agencies: The Frustrating Search for Educational Improvement
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Educational Technology Volume 22, Number 2, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

The second in a series of three, this article reviews some major educational priorities currently being pursued by development agencies, and examines some of the ambivalent perceptions about agency activities in recipient nations. Improved programs in teacher training in developing countries are recommended. Ten references are listed. (MER)

Citation

Gallegos, A.M. (1982). The Growing Education Crisis in Developing Countries: II. Development Agencies: The Frustrating Search for Educational Improvement. Educational Technology, 22(2), 18-25. Retrieved November 30, 2020 from .

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