Planning Education Reforms in Developing Countries

The Contigency Approach

Planning Education Reforms in Developing Countries

Duke Press Policy Studies

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Book Pages: 183 Illustrations: Published: January 1990

Economics, Pedagogy and Higher Education, Politics > Public Policy

This work, the first to apply contingency theory to education reform planning, is particularly useful in that it has applications to planning both in developing countries and in the United States and Europe. The basic approach applies to a wide variety of development programs and will influence project management and policy administration.


“Provides a comprehensive application of contingency theory to an important sector in developing countries, one that has to date rarely benefited from state-of-the-art management approaches. The guidance and lessons offered are also relevant to large-scale reform efforts in other sectors as well.” — Marcus D. Ingle


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