Articles Posted in the " Bangladesh " Category

  • Making Schools Inclusive

    How change can happen – Save the Children’s experience. This book is about how non-governmental organisations (NGOs) can help school systems in developing countries become more inclusive. It shares experience of developing tools and approaches that have improved education for...


  • Asia-Pacific Regional Guide to Equivalency Programmes

    Asia-Pacific Regional Guide to Equivalency Programmes

    This Regional Guide to Equivalency Programmes (EPs) for Promoting Lifelong Learning has been developed as a practical guide for education policy makers, planners, managers and practitioners at national and subnational levels. It is part of a project on EPs within the...


  • Getting ready for school in the Chittagong Hill Tracts

    Getting ready for school in the Chittagong Hill Tracts

    A comparative analysis of mother-tongue- and national-language-based preschools in Adivasi communities. Though experts widely agree that the use of mother tongue is essential to an effective, child-friendly learning environment (Dutcher 2004; UNESCO 2003; Pinnock 2009), there exists a major gap...


  • Remembering Minorities in Climate Action

    In his article on Tiempo Climate Newswatch, James S. Pender argues that minorities warrant greater consideration in local, national and international responses to the climate threat.The author is Development and Natural Resource Management Advisor with the Church of Bangladesh Social Development...


  • Improving the Quality of Mother Tongue-based Literacy and Learning

    Case studies from Asia, Africa and South America This publication is a compilation of articles and ideas that were presented at the regional workshop of representatives from country projects supported by the Asia-Pacific Programme of Education for All (APPEAL) in Dhaka, Bangladesh...