School clusters and resource centers aim to channel education resources more effectively by making them available to groups of schools rather than individual schools. Further initiatives include: improving the delivery of teacher development services by tconcepts, goals and existing models are often intended to be distribution points for textbooks and teacher guides, as is the case in Nepal and Kenya. ... The World Links for Development programme, for example, sets up school clusters with computer-equipped resource centres in participating countries. ... Traditional in-service training is usually provided in centrally- or regionally-organized courses, meaning that teachers are often required to leave their classrooms to take part. Femaleanbsp;...
|Title||:||School Clusters and Teacher Resource Centres|
|Author||:||Elizabeth A. Giordano|
|Publisher||:||United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization - 2008|