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close this bookGender Gaps in Schools and Colleges: Can Teacher Education Policy Improve Gender Equity in Malawi? (CIE, 2000, 53 p.)
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View the documentMulti-Site Teacher Education Research Project (MUSTER)
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View the documentAbstract
close this folder1. Introduction
View the document1.1 Introduction
View the document1.2 Concepts of equity
View the document1.3 Indicators of gender inequity
View the document1.4 Rationale for promoting gender equity
close this folder2. Background
View the document2.1 Teacher education in Malawi
View the document2.2 Methods
close this folder3. Context
View the document3.1 Brief description of the schools
View the document3.2 Gender inequity
View the document3.3 Efforts to promote gender equity in schools
View the document3.4 Malawi College of Distance Education
View the document3.5 Gender inequity and teacher education
View the document3.6 Infant teaching: A suitable job for a woman?
View the document3.7 Distribution of teachers between rural and urban schools
View the document3.8 The image of an infant teacher
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close this folder4. Policies to increase gender equity
View the document4.1 Increasing the numbers of female teachers
View the document4.2 Raising entry criteria for selection to teacher training
View the document4.3 Academic upgrading while teaching: a second chance for women?
View the document4.4 Women's multiple roles and the structure of teacher education programmes
View the document4.5 Specialised training for infant teachers
View the document4.6 Promotion
View the document4.7 Gender issues in making primary teacher training an all-graduate profession
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close this folder5. Discussion
View the document5.1 Women's agency
View the document5.2 Breaking the cycle of female underachievement
close this folder6. Recommendations
View the document6.1 Policy recommendations
View the document6.2 Conclusion
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