Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.10 No.1 (April 2007)

SPECIAL ISSUE

Vulnerable, Excluded, Invisible & Ignored: The Margins of Education for All

 

Editorial

James H. Williams

The George Washington University

 

Creating Programs for Africa’s Urban Youth: The Challenge of Marginalization

Marc Sommers

Tufts University

 

Within-Group Variance as a Facilitator of Dialogue: A Jewish-Arab Israeli Encounter Group Focused on Family Stories

Dan Bar-On

Ben Gurion Universitu of the Negev

Tal Livak-Hirsh

Ben Gurion Universitu of the Negev

Rafika Othman

David Yelin College

 

Education and Empowerment of Girls against Gender-based Violence

Fatuma Chege

Kenyatta University

 

Supporting Teachers to Educate Marginalized Children: Teachers and Teacher Education in Afghanistan

Yumiko Ono

Naruto University of Education

Kensuke Chikamori

Naruto University of Education

Masakazu Kita

Okayama University

 

Never Too Late to Learn? Investing in Educational Second Chances for Youth

Emmanuel Y. Jimenez

The World Bank

Natsuko Kiso

The World Bank

Cristobal Ridao-Cano

The World Bank

 

HIV as Part of the Lives of Children and Youth as Life Expectancy Increases: Implications for Education

Edward s. Cooper

Partnership for Child Development

Claire L. Risley

Partnership for Child Development

Lesley J. Drake

Partnership for Child Development

Donald A. Bundy

The World Bank

 

Conditional Cash Transfer Programs for Vulnerable Youth: Brazil’s Youth Agent  and Youth Action Programs part1part2

Analice Schwartz

The George Washington University

Gisleide Abreu

Municipal Government of the City of Campinas

 

Radio Literacy and Life Skills for Out-of-School Youth in Somalia

Michael Brophy

Africa Educational Trust

Emma Page

Africa Educational Trust

 

Appendix: Resources on Particular Marginal Populations

Nancy Campbell

The George Wahington University

James Williams

The George Washington University

 

Notes on Contributors

 

ARTICLES

Construction and Application of SACMEQ School Resources: Portray of School   Systems Based on the Rasch Scaling Technique

Mioko Saito

UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning