EFA Politics, Policies and Progress.
Consortium for Research on Educational Access, Transitions and Equity (CREATE), Centre for International Education, Sussex School of Education, University of Sussex, Brighton.
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||This research monograph (95pp) offers an original analysis of conceptual frameworks of relevance to understanding the role of political will in policies for ‘education for all’ (EFA) in developing countries. It reviews literature from education policy studies on reform, innovation and implementation and from political science on public policy and development. Its main purpose is to support the design and analysis of ongoing case studies on the politics of EFA in Ghana, India and Sri Lanka. The research monograph has been peer-reviewed and presented at conferences and seminars and its theme influenced strongly the theme of the 2009 biennial UKFIET conference (attended by 400+). The case studies will be published in advance of REF (114)
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