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Alternative Education (informal, non-formal, lifelong, etc.)

What is Adult Education? UNESCO Answers

Juan Ignacio Martínez de Morentin de Goñi , UNESCO   |   PDF

This book offers a vision of the resolutions and decisions of UNESCO´s general conferences and Executive Board meetings on adult education from 1946 to 2005.

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Double-shift schooling: design and operation for cost-effectiveness

Mark Bray, UNESCO-IIEP   |   PDF

In a double-shift system, which aims primarily to extend access and minimize unit costs, schools cater to two entirely separate groups of pupils during a school day. The first group

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Accelerated Education Decision Tree

Accelerated Education Working Group, Accelerated Education Working Group   |   PDF

A one-page tool for deciding when to use accelerated education programming.

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Bulletin: Response & Resilience #2, April 2018

UNESCO Desk for Education in Emergencies , UNESCO   |   PDF

The second edition of “Response & Resilience” issued by the UNESCO Desk for Education which focuses on the UNESCO’s response to the Syria crisis. It provides an outline of

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Disaster Reduction School Unit/Lesson Plan

Mark Medley, Mark Medley   |   Word Doc

The lesson/Unit plan is actually designed for Middle School Students at an IB School who study Individuals & Societies, but feel free to edit the details and use some

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The case for Accelerated Education (Brief)

Accelerated Education Working Group, Accelerated Education Working Group   |   PDF

What role might Accelerated Education play? National education policies often preclude learners from enrolling after a certain age. Additionally, over-age learners who do enrol in formal education systems are found

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Accelerated Education Programme Checklist

Accelerated Education Working Group, Accelerated Education Working Group   |   PDF

Aligning your programme with Principles and Action Points The Accelerated Education Programme (AEP) Checklist was created as a tool for programme designers, implementers, evaluators and agencies to use alongside the

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Accelerated Education Definitions

Accelerated Education Working Group, Accelerated Education Working Group   |   PDF

With a succinct one-page Accelerated Education Definitions document, the AEWG has clarified the differences between several key terms, including: Accelerated Education, accelerated learning, catch-up programs, remedial programs, and bridging programs.

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Accelerated Education Working Group Learning Agenda

Accelerated Education Working Group, Accelerated Education Working Group   |   PDF

This Learning Agenda, developed by the Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG), aims to organize and generate evidence to inform strategic planning, project design, project implementation, monitoring and evaluation and in-service

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Accelerated Education: Guide to the Principles

Juliette Myers, Helen Pinnock, Ingrid Lewis, Accelerated Education Working Group   |   PDF

The inter-agency Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG) reviewed and distilled a set of global good practices and guidelines for AEPs. This guide helps establish what is considered good practice, and

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