Financing of Education in Indonesia

Return to Other CERC Books. Edited by Mark Bray & R Murray Thomas 1998, 135 pp ISBN 10: 971-561-172-9 ISBN 13: 978-971-561-172-5 HK$140 (local), US$20 (overseas) Published by Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) & Asian Development Bank (ADB) Order from CERC [out of stock] or online Preview in Google Books   This book results from a collaborative research […]

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Education and the Politics of Language: Hegemony and Pragmatism in Cambodia, 1979-1989

Return to CERC Studies in Comparative Education. Thomas Clayton 2000, 243pp ISBN 10: 962-8093-83-5 ISBN 13: 978-962-8093-83-0 HK$200 (local), US$32 (overseas) Published by Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) Order from CERC or online Preview on Google Books   Language policies and practices are controversial in many parts of the world, and are an important focus for comparative study […]

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The Culture of Borrowing: The Thai State, Higher Education and Quality Assessment

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12:45-2:00pm Wednesday October 2 206 Runme Shaw Building, HKU Main Campus Speaker: Rattana Lao Chair: Mark Bray Influenced by the theory of policy borrowing and lending, this seminar explores why “a global education policy” such as quality assessment (QA) resonates in Thailand. The research deployed a qualitative case study methodology with a triangulation from document […]

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Balancing the Books: Household Financing of Basic Education in Cambodia

Return to the CERC Monograph Series. Mark Bray, Seng Bunly 2005, 113 pp. ISBN 10: 962-8093-39-8 ISBN 13: 978-962-8093-39-7 HK$100 (local), US$16 (overseas) Published by Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) in collaboration with Human Development Unit, East Asia & Pacific Region, The World Bank Order this book from CERC or online. Or download the book for free (see below; World […]

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IIEP-CERC Education Sector Planning in Asia

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The HKU Faculty of Education, through CERC, has partnered with the International Institute for Educational Planning and JP Morgan to provide educational planning training in South East Asia. The program a practice-oriented 11-month programme to train staff from ministries and other concerned institutions in major techniques for education sector plan preparation and review. Learn more […]

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What really matters to students in mathematics learning? Comparing lessons in Hong Kong and Singapore

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12:45-2:00pm Tuesday, 24 September 2013 206 Runme Shaw Building, HKU Main Campus Speaker: Ida Mok Chair: Lee Moosung< (View the PowerPoint used here) Students hold different views on what is important and what is indispensable for their individual needs. This seminar will compare perspectives of students in Hong Kong and Singapore. The data set was generated by […]

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