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Community Partnerships in Education: Dimensions, Variations, and Implications
 

Author: Mark Bray / Co-ordinating agency: The World Bank

 
Contents

PART I

Executive Summary

Acknowledgements

List of Abbreviations and Acronyms

List of Tables

List of Figures

List of Boxes

PART II

Introduction

Concepts and Parameters

Rationales for Partnership

Historical Perspectives

Participation and Partnership: Distinctions and Forms

Ladders and Matrices

Examples of Application

PART III

Community Participation in Governance

Legally-incorporated School Boards

Parents' Associations

Clusters and Village Education Committees

PART IV

Community Financing

Contrasting Situations but Hidden Similarities

Fees for Primary Education

Other Ways to Raise Resources

Balances of Financing and Control

PART V

The Impact of Innovations

Recruitment, Retention and Attendance of Pupils

Teachers and their Conditions of Service

Educational Achievement

Equity Tensions

Political Dimensions

PART VI

Key Lessons

Fundamental Approaches

General Principles

The Significance of Broad Historical Legacies

Points of Leverage

PART VII

Conclusion

References

Note on the Author

 
 
 
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