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Applying new technologies and cost-effective delivery systems in basic education

Hilary Perraton

Applying new technologies and cost-effective delivery systems in basic education

thematic review: EFA 2000

by Hilary Perraton

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Published by International Research Foundation for Open Learning in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

On cover: World Education Forum, Dakar, Senegal, 26-28 April 2000.

Statementprepared by Hilary Perraton and Charlotte Creed for the Department for International Development on behalf of multi-agency review (2000).
SeriesEducation for all 2000 assessment : thematic studies, Education for all 2000 assessment
ContributionsCreed, Charlotte., International Research Foundation for Open Learning., Great Britain. Department for International Development., World Education Forum (2000 : Dakar, Senegal)
The Physical Object
Pagination93p. ;
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18435345M

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