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Reduction of regional disparities and educational planning
|Statement||by Gabriel Carron and Ta Ngoc Cha u.|
|Series||IIEP working paper, IIEP/RP/19/18A|
|Contributions||Ta Ngoc Cha u., International Institute for Educational Planning.|
Brown Center Chalkboard. The Brown Center Chalkboard launched in January as a weekly series of new analyses of policy, research, and practice relevant to U.S. education. disparities reduction efforts. By the end of the initiative, all practices reported feeling that they had enhanced the culture of their organization, made great progress in their ability to identify disparities in their patient population, and designed—or laid the groundwork for—appropriate interventions to address them.
However, there is a weak theoretical underpinning in explaining the connection between polycentricity and regional disparity (Copus, , Meijers and Sandberg, ), much less to explain the common counter-intuitive finding that monocentricity leads to a reduction in territorial economic disparities. Fortunately, we can borrow ideas from. the level of regional disparities within Macedonia and the role of the clusters in reduction of the regional disparities. Possible causes for these disparities were identified. Based on these findings, economic policy measures for reduction of regional disparities and regional clusters development were discussed.
(AHRQ) to reduce health disparities, the gap persists.2 New evidence-based strategies can help disparities reduction efforts increase their chances of success. Finding Answers: Disparities Research for Change developed The Roadmap to Reduce Disparities, an evidence-based framework for researchers, policy-makers, and organizations. Mother’s Education, US EDUCATION RATE. years years 12 years years 16 years or more Source: National Vital Statistics System (NVSS), CDC, NCHS. A difference in disparity For example— The infant mortality rate for mothers with years of education is infant deaths per 1, live.
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Based on eight monographs presented and discussed at a working meeting of the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) inthis summational report is intended to be used by educational planners for a reduction of regional disparities through school network reorganization and improvements in educational service.
Part I discusses the regional. Based on eight monographs presented and discussed at a working meeting of the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) inthis summational report is intended to be used by educational planners for a reduction of regional disparities through school network reorganization and improvements in educational service.
Part I discusses the regional Cited by: Get this from a library. Reduction of regional disparities: the rôle of educational planning. [Gabriel Carron; Ngoc Châu Ta; International Institute for Educational Planning.].
The paper by Stephen P. Heyneman reviews the problems involved in planning the reduction of regional disparities.
The final paper, by Zsuzsa Ferge, Eva Havasi, and Julia Szalai, describes Hungary's use of state planning to reduce regional educational disparities.
(Author/RW)Cited by: 7. Four lengthy papers and an introduction discuss case studies of regional disparities in educational development in Cameroon, Madagascar, Kenya, Tanzania, and Thailand.
In considering the specific political and socioeconomic contexts of these countries, disparities and reducing the resultant inequalities. The introduction by the two editors summarizes the papers.
education by gender, caste, and socio-economic group, and to reduce regional disparity in education development (Tilak, ). A large volume of literature on educational. Abstract. This chapter evaluates the relative performance of 15 major Indian states on education, health and human development.
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„Regional disparity means unbalanced spatial structures in some region or in different regions “. „Regional disparities are manifested in different conditions of life as well as in unequal economic and development potential. Contrast between city and rural area can be also understood as a form of spatial disparity“.
educational planning is about and (ii) to provide insight into the major challenges that educational planners face, particularly those in developing countries. Planning can be defined as a practice aimed at preparing the education system to address the future.
Regional variations exist in literacy rate, level of education, school enrolment, etc. Inequalities in education are considered to be another source of social and economic inequalities. This paper assesses the evolution of regional disparities in China, and brings information and trends up to date.
Based on this assessment, it presents the broad outline of a strategy to harmonize growth and regional equity. We consider three elements of this strategy: infrastructure, social investment and protection, and governance reform. Regional Imbalances in the Post-Globalization: Post-Globalization: Eighth Five Year Plan (): Market driven development strategy was introduced in the Eighth plan, it recognized that planning process has to manage the flow of resources across regions for accelerated removal of “regional disparities”.
State per Capital Income as an Indicator of Regional Imbalance: The most important indicator of regional imbalance and disparity among the different states of India is the difference in per capita state income figures. It is revealed from Table that inthe national average per capita income in India was Rs.
10, Educational disparities are evident in markers of low academic performance and graduation rates, as well as the underrepresentation of students of color in gifted and talented educational programs, and psychological theory speaks to how to cultivate academic talent across the range of students in schools.
Downloadable. The long term objective of the regional development policy at European level is to reduce regional disparities. Aiming to bring its own contribution, Romania differentially allocated amounts from ERDF and from the State budget for the less developed regions.
This however was not reflected in the counties, the local authorities having a low financial and technical capacity. SinceCDC Health Disparities and Inequalities Reports (CHDIR) and the Strategies for Reducing Health Disparities reports have highlighted effective public health programs that have reduced disparities.
The CHDIR was the first CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) to assess disparities across a wide range of diseases, behavioral risk factors. India is a witness of regional disparities in many sphere of socio- economic development.
On one side, world’s majority of new billionaires are in India and on the another side, India has majority of poor people. Like that, in development, the States like Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, and Gujrat are in the forefront and BIMURAO (Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan.
Book Reviews Regional Disparities in Educational Development: a controversial issue GABRIEL CARRON & TA NGOC CHAU (Eds) Paris, UNESCO, International Institute of Educational Planning, Regional Disparities in Educational Development: diag-nosis and policies for reduction GABRIEL CARRON & TA NGOC CHAU (Eds).
The role of health care organizations in reducing inequalities in health has recently drawn considerable interest from researchers and policy makers (McKee ; Smedley, Stith, and Nelson ;).It is clearly acknowledged that disparities in health are a result of interrelated factors external to the health care realm, such as socioeconomic status (SES), ethnicity, geography, and education.
Regional Planning & Development Part III Strategies for Balanced Regional Development 4 Regional disparities Social Service Indicators Regional Disparities Infrastructure Indicators 2.
Marxist View: Regional disparity is the characteristic feature of .Get this from a library! Regional disparities in educational development: diagnosis and policies for reduction.
[Gabriel Carron; Ngoc Châu Ta; Jean-Yves Martin; International Institute for Educational Planning.;]. Regional geography studies the specific unique characteristics of places related to their culture, economy, topography, climate, politics and environmental factors such as their different species of flora and fauna.
Planning: Concept. Planning means looking ahead and chalking out future courses of action to be followed. It is a preparatory step.