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BHOLA, H. S.

WIDENING ACCESS TO EDUCATION AS SOCIAL JUSTICE

BHOLA, H. S. - WIDENING ACCESS TO EDUCATION AS SOCIAL JUSTICE, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Part I - Foundational issues

1. Michael Omolewa's advocacy of widening access to education
Gbolagade Adekanmbi, Rashid Aderinoye, Abidoye Sarumi

2. Widening access by bringing education home
Roger W. Boshier

3. Access to education: a global perspective
H. S. BHOLA

4. Conceptualizing the widening of access to education as social justice
AKPOVIRE ODUARAN

5. Education, law, and social justice
Brian Burtch

6. Globalization and state socialism: end of illusions or new educational opportunities?
W. John Morgan

2. Part II - Overviews

7. Widening participation for social justice: poverty and access to education
Julia Preece

8. HIV/AIDS as a depleting factor in widening access to education
Thomas O. Fasokun

9. The dialectics of poverty, educational opportunities, and ICTs
Olutoyin Mejiuni, Oluyemisi Obilade

10. UNESCO policies and conferences: widening access to education to further social justice
Adama Ouane, Christine Glanz

11. Universalizing access to basic education: UNESCO's normative action
Kishore Singh

3. Part III - National case studies

12. Reaching the unreached learner: lifelong learning, adult and community education in Victoria, Austra
Patricia Cartwright, Judith Chapman, Jacqueline McGilp, Malcolm Skilbeck, Ron Toomey, Marian de Souza, Janet Gaff, Irene Williams

13. Access and participation issues in New Zealand Adult, Community, and Tertiary Education
Brian Findsen

14. The United States' "No Child Left Behind Act" and its implications for widening access to education
Mejai B.M. Avoseh

15. Towards comparative equality but persisting inequality in relation to the ambitions of Swedish education
Holger Daun, Henrik Hansson

16. Problems and prospects of access to education in China
Qian Tang

17. Contexts and challenges of widening access to education in Japan
Choja Oduaran, Atsuko Kusano-Tsunoh

18. Social justice and access to education: a case study of Pakistan
Rukhsana Zia

19. Opportunities and challenges of widening access to education: adult education in Botswana
Rebecca N. Lekoko, Tonic L. Maruatona

20. Access and equal opportunity in higher education in the United States: the effects of education and public finance policies
Edward P. St.John, Tina J. Tuttle, Glenda D. Musoba

4. Part IV - llustrative and special cases

21. From exclusion to participation in English higher education
John Storan

22. African school curriculum as a front on which to widen access to education
Pai Obanya

23. Educational access for girls: the case of Kano State of Nigeria
Sabo A. Indabawa

24. Widening access to university education in Nigeria: the Open University option
Clement Imhabekhai

25. Mature age entry and widening access to university education: a Southern African perspective
Stanley Mpofu

26. Access to basic education for girls: the Nigerian experience
Deborah Egunyomi

5. Part V - Future directions

27. Widening access to education in the era of globalization: future policy thrusts
Augustus A. Adeyinka

28. Widening access to education in the era of globalization: future research thrusts
AKPOVIRE ODUARAN

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Keywords: EDUCATION / General EDU000000

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402043246

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