2 edition of Development and adult education in the Arab states found in the catalog.
Development and adult education in the Arab states
MuhМЈyiМ„ al-DiМ„n SМЈaМ„bir
by Arab Educational, Cultural, and Scientific Organization in Toronto
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 55.
|Statement||by Mohi El-Dine Saber ; translated from Arabic by Abdelwahid Abdalla Yousif ; edited by J. R. Kidd.|
|Contributions||Kidd, J. R. 1915-1982.|
|LC Classifications||LC5390 .S3213|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||79321226|
Besides promoting literacy, Arab states – in the words of the World Bank – “placed a high premium on forging a common heritage and understanding of citizenship, and used a certain reading of history, the instruction in a particular language, and the inclusion of religion in the education curriculum as a way of enhancing national identity”. In the Arab States, globalization and economic development have had a significant effect on education. Serious concerns have been expressed over the state of education in the Arab world. Even in the oil-rich Gulf States, with over higher education institutions, education is problematic with a notable lack of emphasis on specialized science.
Globalisation and Higher Education in the Arab Gulf States paperback pages, £ ISBN Not in any seriesCited by: the interrelationships between literacy and primary education, and suggests appropriate measures to overcome the problems at the primary level. However, it also looks at adult literacy training, both as a means of reinforcing educational investments in the "next generation" and enhancing the productivity and well-being of the cunrent adult File Size: 1MB.
The Arab world is taken to mean the 22 members of the Arab League, accounting at present for m people, or roughly the same as the United States, ranging from 68m in Egypt to , in Qatar. Education is something that takes place in the Arab World where there is a tradition for learning and prospering academically. UNESCO sources agree that the average rate of adult literacy is %. Each of the Arab-majority states are members of the Arab League.
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Get this from a library. Development and adult education in the Arab states: an analysis of some issues. [Muḥyī al-Dīn Ṣābir; J R Kidd]. This book provides a collection of studies on the state of education in Arab countries with a special focus on the Arabian Gulf, where currently there is increased activity and investment in education.
The book is composed of three major sections. The first section is a collection of nine papers on current practices and challenges in education in the Arab : Paperback. Muller, Josef, Ed. This report on adult education and development in the Arab States was prepared by a panel of experts who convened to examine the adult education situation in Arab countries and exchange experiences regarding the operation of comprehensive adult education programs.
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Illiteracy in the Arab World Literacy is a word that is usually associated with the positive aspects of human civilization, and of social and economic development. However, the word illiteracy has been, and is still used nowadays to characterize poverty and lack of education in various parts of the world.Vision and Mission Vision: A world where every person has access to relevant, quality education and lifelong learning.
Mission: To provide support and promote innovative solutions to the challenges faced by ministries of education and governments in the complex task of improving equity, quality, relevance and effectiveness of curriculum, teaching, learning and assessment processes and outcomes.Adult education, distinct from child education, is a practice in which adults engage in systematic and sustained self-educating activities in order to gain new forms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, or values.
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