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by Donald P. Warwick

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Author:
Donald P. Warwick
ISBN13:
978-0275953485
ISBN:
0275953483
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Publisher:
Praeger (November 6, 1995)
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Education
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Hope or Despair? book. Hope or Despair? asks what promotes and what holds back student learning in Pakistan's primary schools

Hope or Despair? book. Hope or Despair? asks what promotes and what holds back student learning. Hope or Despair? asks what promotes and what holds back student learning in Pakistan's primary schools. Using a national sample of schools, students, teachers, and supervisors, it shows how learning is affected by student background, teachers and teaching, school supervision, facilities, and innovation. It is the first book to use achievement tests bas Hope or Despair? asks what promotes and what holds back student learning in Pakistan's primary schools.

This book assesses the quality of primary schooling in Pakistan. It focuses especially on those conditions that help, harm, and make no difference for student learning in primary schools

This book assesses the quality of primary schooling in Pakistan. It focuses especially on those conditions that help, harm, and make no difference for student learning in primary schools. It also looks at how many students who begin primary school finish its highest grade and why. The Pakistan study developed its own approach to studying schools.

Hope or Despair? asks what promotes and what holds back student learning in Pakistan's primary schools. It is the first book to use achievement tests based on the national curriculum to show influences on learning in the primary schools of an entire developing country. The study also explores why some students complete primary school and others do not.

Hope or Despair: Learning in Pakistan's Primary Schools. Donald P. Warwick, Fernando Reimers. Nagat El-Sanabary, "Hope or Despair: Learning in Pakistan's Primary Schools.

Learning in Pakistan’s primary schools. Westport, Connecticut: Praeguer. A comparison of traditionally and alternatively certified technology education teachers’ professional development and receptivity to change

Learning in Pakistan’s primary schools. A comparison of traditionally and alternatively certified technology education teachers’ professional development and receptivity to change. Watson, . Fullan, M. 1992. Beyond school district-university partnerships. In: Fullan, . Hargreaves, A. (Ed., Teacher development and educational change. London: The Falmer Press.

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H hope despair? Learning in Pakistan& Primary Schools Donald P. H hope despair? Learning in Pakistan& Primary Schools Donald P. HOPE OR DESPAIR? Learning in Pakistan& Primary Schools Donald P. Warwick and Fernando Reimers Westport.

Elementary Schools - Pakistan - Sociological Aspects. School Management and Organization - Pakistan. Learning in Pakistan's Primary Schools. Pakistan - Social Conditions.

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The Sample Survey: Theory and Practice. ISBN 9780070683952 (978-0-07-068395-2) Softcover, McGraw-Hill, 1975. Coauthors & Alternates.

Hope or despair? Learning in Pakistan's primary schools. Further information about the cases can be found in Warwick et al. (1991) The Implementation of Educational Innovations in Pakistan: Cases and Concepts. Development Discussion Paper No. 365 ES (Education Series) Harvard Institute for International Development, Cambridge, MA. Download full-text.

Hope or Despair? asks what promotes and what holds back student learning in Pakistan's government-sponsored primary schools. Using a national sample of schools, students, teachers, and supervisors, it shows how learning is affected by student background, teachers and teaching, school supervision, facilities, and innovation. It is the first book to use achievement tests based on the national curriculum to show influences on learning in the primary schools of an entire developing country. The study also explores why some students complete primary school and others do not.

The overall quality of education in Pakistan's government primary schools is low, but student learning rises with the teacher's formal education and with certain teaching practices. Student social class, a strong influence on learning in the United States, makes little difference in Pakistan. Whether the teacher is male or female has no relationship to learning in science, but it does affect achievement in mathematics. Neither supervision nor school facilities are related to achievement. This unique study will be of great interest to those concerned with schooling effectiveness in developing countries as well as to economists, sociologists, and political scientists interested in human resources in those countries.