Rethink Universal Primary Education (UPE)Implementation in Uganda
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BeschreibungAlthough this work was produced as part of my academic requirements for the award of an MA in International Educational Management Degree of the University of Leeds, it is an important source of reference for researchers in the field of educational planning and management, practitioners of educational planning and management, politicians and policy makers with specific regard to educational management improvement. It brings out new insights and areas of comparison and learning between rural-based and urban-based schools in the operationalisation of Universal Primary Education in Uganda. Lessons can also be drawn from this comparative case study in Uganda for the management of other public educational institutions both in the developing and developed worlds. This critical study also raises vital new issues in the management of Universal Primary Education (UPE) which can be further investigated to inform practice, policy and subsequent research.
PortraitRichard Ouma is a native of the current Namayingo District of Eastern Uganda. He holds an MA degree in International Educational Management (University of Leeds, BA with Education degree(Makerere University), PGD in Project Management (Uganda Management Institute)and PGD in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Uganda Martyrs University)
Untertitel: A Comparative Case Study of Two Primary Schools in Bugiri District of Eastern Uganda. Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2011
Seitenanzahl: 92 Seiten