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close this bookMeeting Basic Learning Needs: A Vision for the 1990s (UNICEF - UNDP - UNESCO - WB - WCEFA, 1990, 170 p.)
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Open this folder and view contents1. Global Challenges and Human Development
Open this folder and view contents2. The Context and Effects of Basic Learning in the World
Open this folder and view contents3. An Expanded Vision of Basic Education for All
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Open this folder and view contentsAnnex 1 - Basic Data
View the documentAnnex 2 - Financing Primary Schooling: An Analysis of Alternatives
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View the documentAppendix - World Declaration on Education for All
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Annex 3 - Selected Bibliography

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Beeby, C. E. 1966. The Quality of Education in Developing Countries. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

Berrueta-Clement, John R. et. al. 1984. Changed Lives: The Effects of the Perry Preschool Program on Youths Through Age 19. Ypsilanti, Michigan: High Scope Press.

Berstecher, Dieter and Roy Carr-Hill. 1990. Primary Education and Economic Recession in the Developing World Since 1980. Paris: UNESCO.

Bhola, H. S. World Trends and Issues in Adult Education. 1988. Paris: UNESCO.

Carr-Hill, Roy A. 1988. The Information Base for the Planning of the Diversifed Educational Field. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning.

Cochrane, Susan. 1986. The Effects of Education on Fertility and Mortality and the Effects of Education and Urbanization on Fertility. Washington, D.C.: Education and Training Department, The World Bank.

Colclough, Christopher and Keith Lewin. 1990. “Educating All the Children: The Economic Challenge for the 1990s.” Jomtien, Thailand: Unpublished paper presented at WCEFA.

Colclough, Christopher. 1983. “The Impact of Primary Schooling on Economic Development: A Review of the Evidence.” World Development. 10.3: 167-185.

Colletta, Nat J. and Margaret Sutton. 1989. Achieving and Sustaining Universal Primary Education: International Experience Relevant to India. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Cornia, Giovanni Andrea, Richard Jolly, and Frances Stewart. 1987. Adjustment with a Human Face: Protecting the Vulnerable and Promoting Growth. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Farrell, Joseph P. and Stephen P. Heyneman. 1989. Textbooks in the Developing World: Economic and Educational Choices. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Fuller, Bruce. 1985. Raising School Quality in Developing Countries: What Investments Boost Learning? Washington, D.C.: Education and Training Department, The World Bank.

Giere, Ursula. 1987. Functional Illiteracy in Industrialized Countries: An Analytical Bibliography. Hamburg: UNESCO Institute for Education.

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Haddad, Wadi D. 1985. Teacher Training: A Review of World Bank Experience. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank.

Hallak, Jacques. 1990. Investing in the Future: Setting Educational Priorities in the Developing World. Paris: IIEP and Pergamon Press.

Heyneman, S. and W. Loxley. 1983. “The effects of primary school quality on academic achievement across twenty-nine high and low income countries.” American Journal of Sociology, 88, 1162-1194.

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King, Elizabeth M. Educating Girls and Women: Investing in Development 1990. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

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Lockheed, M. and A. Verspoor. 1990. Improving the Quality of Primary Education: A Review of Policy Options. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Myers, Robert and Rachelle Hertenberg. 1987. The Eleven Who Survive: Toward a reexamination of Early Childhood Development Program Options and Costs. Washington, D.C.: Education and Training Department, The World Bank, Washington, D.C.

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Pollitt, Ernesto. 1990. Malnutrition and Infection in the Classroom. Paris: Unesco.

Psacharopoulos, George. 1985. “Returns to Education: A Further International Comparison.” Journal of Human Resources. 20.4: 584-604.

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The World Bank. 1988. Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Policies for Adjustment, Revitalization, and Expansion. Washington, D.C.: The World Bank.

The World Resources Institute and The International Institute for the Environment and Development. 1988-89 World Resources. New York: Basic Books.

Thiagarajan, Sivasailam and Aida L. Pasigna. 1988. Literature Review on the Soft Technologies of Learning. Cambridge, MA: BRIDGES Research Report No. 2.

UNDP. 1988. Needs and Strategies for Education and Training in Developing Countries in the 1990s. New York: UNDP.

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UNESCO. 1985. The Development of Adult Education: Aspects and Trends and Final Report. Paris: Fourth International Conference on Adult Education.

UNESCO. 1986. International Yearbook of Education: Primary Education on the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century (Vol. XXXVIII). Paris: UNESCO.

UNESCO. 1988. Statistical Yearbook on Education. Paris: UNESCO.

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Wagner, Daniel. (Ed.) The Future of Literacy in a Changing World. New York: Pergamon Press.

Windham, Douglas M. 1988. “Effectiveness Indicators in the Economic Analysis of Educational Activities.” International Journal of Educational Research:. 12.6.