|Financing Vocational Education: Concepts, Examples and Tendencies - IIEP Contributions No. 24 (IIEP, 1996, 58 p.)|
by David Atchoarena1
1. This booklet is inspired by a study published in 1994 (Atchoarena, D. «Financement et régulation de la formation professionnelle: une analyse comparée». Paris: UNESCO/International Institute for Educational Planning).
This paper was originally published by UNESCO in a UNEVOC
document prepared in co-operation with the
Industrial Occupations Promotion Centre of the
German Foundation for International Development (DSE)
UNESCO: International Institute for Educational Planning
Included in the same series:
1. New strategies for financing diversified forms of education and training. Sylvain Lourié
2. Educational planning: reflecting on the past and its prospects for the future1. Jacques Hallak
3. Education for all: high expectations or false hopes? Jacques Hallak
4. Educational planning looks towards the year 20001. Françoise Caillods
5. Partnership in education: the role of universities in the Pacific Rim. Bikas C. Sanyal
6. Educational policies in a comparative perspective: suggestions for a research agenda. Jacques Hallak
7. Staff management in African universities2. Bikas C. Sanyal
8. Managing schools for educational quality and equity: finding the proper mix to make it work. Jacques Hallak
9. Education in a period of change and adjustment: some international perspectives. Bikas C. Sanyal
10. Capacity building for educational planning and administration: IIEPs experience. Gabriel Carron
11. Excellence and evaluation in higher education: some international perspectives. Bikas C. Sanyal
12. Management of budgetary deficits in higher education institutions: current international experience and practice. Igor V. Kitaev
13. Lexclusion: enjeux et défis pour la planification de léducation. Jacques Hallak
14. Academic staffing and staff management in Western European Universities: current situation and emerging issues. Michaela Martin
15. Les pouvoirs publics et léducation. Jacques Hallak
16. Higher education management in a period of transition with special reference to the Russian Federation. Bikas C. Sanyal
17. Profile and trends of continuing education in France, with special reference to company training and higher education institutions. David Atchoarena
18. Communication technology for learning1. Jacques Hallak; Mioko Saïto
19. Negociations with aid agencies: a dwarf against a giant2. Jacques Hallak.
20. The use of computerized information systems to increase efficiency in university management. Bikas C. Sanyal
21. Management of Francophone and Anglophone Universities in Africa: a comparative analysis2. Bikas C. Sanyal
22. Achieving basic education for all: role of higher education and new information technology3. Bikas C. Sanyal
23. Educational challenges of the 21st Century: the vision of quality. Jacques Hallak
1. Also published in French and Spanish.
2. Also published in French.
3. Also published in Portuguese.
The designations employed and the presentation of material throughout this review do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of UNESCO or IIEP concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area of its authorities, or concerning its frontiers or boundaries.
The publication costs of this study have been covered by a grant-in-aid offered by UNESCO and by voluntary contributions made by several Member States of UNESCO, the list of which will be found at the end of this booklet.
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