1 edition of Non-formal education in Asia and the Pacific found in the catalog.
Non-formal education in Asia and the Pacific
by Section for Educational Co-operation in Asia, National Institute for Educational Research in Tokyo, Japan
Written in English
|Contributions||Kokuritsu Kyōiku Kenkyūjo (Japan). Ajia Chiiki Kyōiku Kyōryokushitsu.|
|LC Classifications||LC45.8.A78 N66 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||90170770|
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This fourth edition () features 30 economies and four sub-regional groupings. Non-formal education in Bhutan has been a critical strategy for inclusion and empowerment of a significant population of citizens who missed the opportunity to acquire literacy due to several reasons, including social, economic, and occupational circumstances at Author: Thakur S.
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Highlights have been made of especially difficult to reach target groups Author: M. Makagiansar.‘Non-formal’ was the new term in the early s; but although it was intended to make people look at education in a different way, the practice of non-formal education is as old as society itself, and would include religious initiation ceremonies (and the instruction which goes with them) and various kinds of apprenticeship training.About ASPBAE ASPBAE is a non-profit, non-government regional organisation with membership throughout the Asia Pacific region.
It has operational relations with UNESCO. Its overall purpose is to strengthen the theory and practice of adult education as a contribution to .