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A new six-year cycle for IIEP, 2008-2013
Vol. XXV1, N° 1, January-April 2008
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Vocational education and training for youth
Vol. XXV, N° 4, October-December 2007
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Education for All by 2015: a moving target
Vol. XXV, N° 3, July-September 2007
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Building knowledge societies: technology and education
Vol. XXV, N° 2, April-June 2007
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Capacity development in education
Vol. XXIV, No. 4, October-December 2006
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Building skills for poverty reduction
July-September 2006 (Vol. XXlV, No. 3)
Educational budgeting
April-June 2006 (Vol. XXlV, No. 2)
SACMEQ - from project to development model
January-March 2006 (Vol. XXlV, No. 1)
Ethics and transparency
October-December 2005 (Vol. XXlll, No. 4)
Education for All
July-September 2005 (Vol. XXlll, No. 3)
Youth transition to work
April-June 2005 (Vol. XXlll, No. 2)
Education and equity in Latin America
January-March 2005 (Vol. XXlll, No. 1)
Decentralization – can it improve schools?
October-December 2004 (Vol. XXll, No. 4)
Exploring vocational education reforms
July-September 2004 (Vol. XXll, No. 3)
HIV AIDS and education
April-June 2004 (Vol. XXll, No. 2)
Teachers: a priority
January-March 2004 (Vol. XXll, No. 1)

Educating the poor
October-December 2003 (Vol. XXl, No. 4)

Planning education in multi-ethnic and multicultural societies
July-September 2003 (Vol. XXl, No. 3)
The changing role of the state
April-June 2003 (Vol. XXl, No. 2)
Education in economic crisis
January-March 2003 (Vol. XXl, No. 1)

The importance of being earnest about skills
October-December 2002 (Vol. XX, No. 4)

Education in emergencies
July-September 2002 (Vol. XX, No. 3)

Promoting girls’ schooling
April-June 2002 (Vol. XX, No. 2)
Moving ahead with change
January-March 2002 (Vol. XX, No. 1)
Financing the expansion of secondary education
October-December 2001 (Vol. XIX, No. 4)
Planning by detecting
July-September 2001 (Vol. XIX, No. 3)
Teacher management – addressing the challenges
April-June 2001 (Vol. XIX, No. 2)
Privatization of education: an ongoing debate
January-March 2001 (Vol. XIX, No. 1)
Improving school management: a promise and a challenge
October-December 2000 (Vol. XVIIl, No. 4)
University-industry partnerships: the changing context
July-September 2000 (Vol. XVIIl, No. 3)
The World Education Forum in Dakar. A pledge for action
April-June 2000 (Vol. XVIIl, No. 2)
AIDS and education in Africa
January-March 2000 (Vol. XVIIl, No. 1)
Towards a learning society
October-December 1999 (Vol. XVII, No. 4)
Japanese education: by wisdom peace, by peace plenty
July-September 1999 (Vol. XVII, No. 3)
Needs-based resource allocation via formula funding of schools
April-June 1999 (Vol. XVII, No. 2)
Can technical and vocational education be reformed?
January-March 1999 (Vol. XVII, No. 1)
Challenges facing education reforms in Latin America
October-December 1998 (Vol. XVI No. 4)
SACMEQ National Policy Reports launched at Ministers’ meeting
July-September 1998 (Vol. XVI No. 3)
Education and globalization
April-June 1998 (Vol. XVI No. 2)
‘On-line’ distance learning – a new experience
January-March 1998 (Vol. XVI No. 1)
Cities and Education
October-December 1997 (Vol. XV No. 4)
July-September 1997 (Vol. XV No. 3)
April-June 1997 (Vol. XV No. 2)
January-March 1997 (Vol. XV No. 1)
October-December 1996 (Vol. XIV No. 4)
July-September 1996 (Vol. XIV No. 3)
April-June 1996 (Vol. XIV No. 2)
January-March 1996 (Vol. XIV No. 1)


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