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27-06-2019
27 June 2019
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20-06-2019
List of GCN Members
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20-06-2019
IBE-UNESCO publications 2018-2019   

Improving Early-Grade Performance for 2030: Measurement and Estimation Options for Innovative Policy Dialogue IBE-UNESCO, 2019 
 
Training Tools for Curriculum Development: A Resource Pack  IBE-UNESCO, 2017 (English version 2019) 
 
Outils de formation pour le...
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20-06-2019
Tunisia’s new general curriculum for ‘the citizenship-focused school’
Background
Public education has been one of the most important achievements of modern Tunisia. Reforming education has always topped the list of concerns of successive generations. Recent educational reforms (2002-2016) have aimed to modernize the country.

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20-06-2019
Nigeria’s curriculum reform highlights vocational skills and entrepreneurship
Nigeria has introduced a new senior secondary education model that emphasizes the skills as well as the academic development of learners. The skills component of the model is being pursued through the teaching and learning of 34 vocational (trade-based) subjects developed by the Nigerian...
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20-06-2019
Mauritius focuses on 21stC competences and holistic education
The Republic of Mauritius provides for a full cycle of 11 years of free compulsory schooling with open access for all children aged between 5 to 16 years. In line with UNESCO's Position Paper on Education Post-2015, Mauritius introduced a National Curriculum Framework (NCF) in 2015 setting out what...
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20-06-2019
Lesotho weaves core competences into its curriculum for the 21stC
Lesotho’s curriculum reform promotes an integrated approach that draws together knowledge, skills, attitudes and values from within and across subject areas, to develop a more powerful understanding of key ideas. Curriculum integration occurs when components of the curriculum are connected and...
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19-06-2019
Bosnia-Herzegovina’s ‘CCC’ focuses on key competences and learning outcomes
A new Common Core Curriculum (CCC) Framework, defined by learning outcomes has been developed in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to determine education provision from pre-school level to the end of secondary education. The new CCC places an enhanced focus on competence-based learning outcomes as part...
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13-06-2019
13 June 2019