Journal of International Cooperation in Education  Vol.9 No.1 (April 2006)


The Evaluation of International Cooperation in Education

Editorial: Assuring Quality and Effectiveness during Rapid Change  

David W.Chapman

University of Minnesota

Masafumi Nagao

Hiroshima University


The Effectiveness of Development Assistance in Education: An Organizational Analysis


Stephen P.Hryneman

Vanderbilt University


From Money to Action: Strategies in U.S. Support to Education in the Developing World

Dapid W.Chapman

University of Minnesota

Anne Dykstra

University of Minnesota


Science-based Self Evaluation of Learning at the World Bank

Marlaine E.Lockheed

formerly World Bank


The Evaluation of International Cooperation in Education: A Rural Perspective

David Atchoarena

International Institute for Educational Planning


A Cross-National Cost-Benefit Analysis of Complementary (Out-Of-School) Programs

Joseph DeStefano

Center for Collaboration and the Future of Schooling

Ash Hartwell

Education Development Center

Audrey-marie Schuh Moore

Academy for Educational Development

Jane Benbow

American Institutes for Reserch


Process Considerations in Evaluating Educational Cooperation Projects

Yuriko Minamoto

Independent Consultant

Masafumi Nagao

Hiroshima University

Notes on Contributors


Analysis of Mathematics Performance of Grade Five Students in Thailand Using Newman Procedure

Natcha Prakitipong

Hiroshima University

Satoshi Nakamura

Hiroshima University


Tension between Traditional and Modern Teaching-Learning Approaches in Ethiopian Primary Schools

Derebssa Dufera Serbessa

Addis Ababa University