Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.13 No.2 (October 2010)

SPECIAL ISSUE

Education Aid Effectiveness: The Need to Rethink the Allocation of Education Aid to Enhance its Impact

 Birger Fredriksen

Consultant on Education Policies and Programs in Developing Countries

 

Enhancing the Allocative Effi ciency of Education Aid: A Review of Issues and Options

Birger Fredriksen

Consultant on Education Policies and Programs in Developing Countries

 

Skills and Technological Development in the Early Stage of Industrialization – Implications from Japanese Experiences in the Meiji Era

Kazuhiro Yoshida

CICE Hiroshima University

 

Borrowing from the World Bank for Education: Lessons from Korea and Mexico

Kye Woo LEE*

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

 

China’s Cooperation with Africa, and Especially South Africa, in Education and Training. A Special Relationship and a Different Approach to Aid?

Kenneth King

University of Edinburgh and NORRAG Currently Visiting Professor, Hong Kong Institute of Education

 

How to Develop the UNESCO the World Needs: The Challenges of Reform

Nicholas Burnett

Results for Development Institute

 

Do the Millennium Development Goals Restrict the Provision of Global Public Goods through the Education Sector?

Digby Geoffrey Swift

Former Visiting Professor, CICE Hiroshima University

 

Developing an International Network to Support Early Childhood Development (ECD): Results from Experience in Africa      

Marito Garcia

The World Bank Alan Pence University of Victoria, Canada

 

Building Networks for Knowledge-Exchange and Peer Learning in Science and Mathematics Education within SEAMEO Member Countries and Beyond – the Role of SEAMEO RECSAM

Azian Abdullah

SEAMEO RECSAM

Devadason Robert Peter

SEAMEO RECSAM

Ng Khar Thoe

SEAMEO RECSAM

Wahyudi

SEAMEO RECSAM

 

Effective Aid Modality for Funding “Soft” Investments and Global Public Goods in Education: The Norwegian Education Trust Fund (NETF)      

Olav Seim

Acting Director, Education for All International Coordination Team, UNESCO

Birger Fredriksen

Consultant on Education Policies and Programs in Developing Countries

 

Higher Education Aid: Setting Priorities and Improving Effectiveness

N.V. Varghese

International Institute for Educational Planning, UNESCO

 

Notes on Contributors
Quality Basic Education Development in Nigeria: Imperative for Use of ICT

Oyenike Adeosun, Ph.D.

Department of Arts & Social Sciences Education Faculty of Education University of Lagos, Nigeria