Monthly Archives: December 2012

What Counts?

By David Levesque, Independent Education Adviser. Accountability, value for money and results are central priorities for the current UK government. But applied to education and development what are the implications,  where does the balance lie, whose accountability matters, how it … Continue reading

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More Strategic Use of Education Aid to Promote Education Equity

By Birger Fredriksen, Results for Development and former Director of Human Development for Africa in the World Bank. I agree with the importance Minister Holmås gives to education equity. There are many reasons why the increasing inequity in education is … Continue reading

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