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A big thank you to all of our patient followers who have used this site as a learning resource. The news is that we have decided to close direct access to this site shortly having consolidated all FOUR of our … Continue reading
A new article published on the topic of Learning Organisations. This is the first in a new series entitled School Development and will be followed by at least two further articles on “School Citizenship” and “Education Leadership”. Other possibilities include … Continue reading
A new research article in our publications section describes a process for adding moral education into schools and education systems in developing countries. Our V4C process comprises 10 steps and can be easily learned and implemented in any school. However governments … Continue reading
We have just begun to publish our series of research articles on this site into Quality Education so visit our Publications page NOW!
An article published recently by Eric Hanushek of Stanford University says that “the quality rather than the quantity of education is key to boosting a nation’s economy, especially in the developing world”! What a surprise for Nepal, other developing countries, … Continue reading
Nepal, as other countries has not one but THREE education systems, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary. Each has differing problems, needs and solutions, but an almost identical organisational change process is needed in each case. The education requirements for each system … Continue reading