Education in the Commonwealth

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2310-1806 (online)
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Throughout the world, education is being reconsidered, restructured and replanned in an effort to increase the effectiveness, quality and relevance of educational systems. This series draws together material on selected topics of wide educational interest in order to promote the interchange of ideas and information among individuals, institutions and countries.
 
A Survey of Correspondence Institutions in the Commonwealth

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01 Jan 1974
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54
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9781848592179 (PDF)
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This survey has been carried out by the International Extension College at the request of the Commonwealth Secretariat. Its aim is to put together basic information about the use of correspondence education by university, government and other nonprofit or official organisations within the Commonwealth. Thus it is factual rather than a critical document, and does not discuss the major questions of how best to use correspondence in education, or whether it is an appropriate tool for use today. Its aim is more modest: to serve as a starting point for cooperation between Commonwealth institutions and to provide an uptodate reference document.



Each entry gives comparable information about the institutions concerned, together with a brief factual account of its work.
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    This survey has been carried out by the International Extension College at the request of the Commonwealth Secretariat. Its aim is to put together basic information about the use of correspondenc in education by university, government and other non-profit or official organisations within the Commonwealth. Thus it is a factual rather than a critical document, and does not discuss the major questions of how best to use correspondence in education, or whether it is an appropriate tool for use today.

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