Journal of International Cooperation in Education Vol.15 No.2 (October 2012)


Journal of International Cooperation in Education VOLUME 15 NUMBER 2 October 2012

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Editorial: Youth, Education, and Work James H. Williams
Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education, Hiroshima University
Youth Transition from Education to Work
in the Mediterranean Region:
The ETF Experience with Partner Countries
Francesca Rosso, Ummuhan Bardak, and Helmut Zelloth
European Training Foundation Turin, ITALY
“I learn to seek solutions but without work
I can’t solve anything”:
Youth Education and Community Development
in Rural Honduras
Kimberly Vinall, and Erin Murphy-Graham
University of California, Berkeley
Impact of Education Expansion on Employment in Bangladesh:
Comparing Two Cases of Villages in Remote and
Suburban Rural Settings
Tatsuya Kusakabe
Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education, Hiroshima University
Youth Skills Development, Informal Employment and
the Enabling Environment in Kenya:
Trends and Tensions
David Balwanz
University of Maryland
Traditional Apprenticeship in Ghana and Senegal:
Skills Development for Youth for the Informal Sector
Krystyna Sonnenberg
Global Partnership for Education
Educating Youth for Entrepreneurship in Work & Life:
Experience of a Junior Secondary School Project in Morocco
Joshua A. Muskin
Aga Khan Foundation
Education, Earning, and Engagement for Out-of-School Youth in 26 Developing Countries:
What Has Been Learned from Nine Years of EQUIP3?
Erik Payne Butler, Nancy Taggart, and Nancy Chervin
EQUIP3 Education Development Center, Washington D.C., USA
Assessment of English Reading Age through Reading
Evaluation and Decoding System (READS):
A Measure of Effectiveness and Inequality
in Malaysian ESL Education
Abdul Rashid Mohamed,
Shaik Abdul Malik Mohamed Ismail,
Lin Siew Eng, and Yusof Petras

School of Educational Studies,
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Skills Development for Youth in India:
Challenges and Opportunities
Aya Okada
Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University


Secondary Education in Nigeria:
A Synthesis of Basic Student-Specific Concerns from
Guidance and Counselling Perspective
Abdulrashid Garba
Bayero University, Kano