Showing posts from June, 2006

[MLE] Recent UNESCO Publications on Literacy

Dear MLE interest group, Several of you are somehow involved in literacy. Attached is an overview of all literacy related UNESCO publications with their web-link.

[MLE] Good resource

Dear MLE Interest group, Some of you have asked for case studies on Multi Lingual Education (MLE) in non-western countries. Attached is a beautiful booklet on an African example. It is titled: Universal Primary Education in Multilingual Societies; Supporting its Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. I am sorry for the large file size. I hope you are all aware of the filter option in Outlook and other e-mail programmes which can prevent you from getting in these large message when inconvenient, but than allow you to download them later while having a good connection.

[MLE] UNESCO publication: "Training adult literacy educators in developing countries"

Dear MLE interest group, The below publication is a bit wider, but might still be of interest to some of you. Particularly since it is free (from the net)

[MLE] Immersion Schools May Help Students

Dear MLE Interest group, When I first met Prof Krishna Kumar, director NCERT, he asked me what has been done regarding the linguistic/educational challenges of the indigenous populations in Australia and US. The below is an interesting article regarding that issue on the US .

[MLE] UNESCO's response to the Recommendations concerning Indigenous People

Dear MLE interest group, In the attached report from UNESCO to the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues the October seminar on Multi Lingual Education in India was mentioned (P6, see also below). The report is focussed on the Millennium Development Goals and indigenous peoples.

[MLE] {AILA Research Network on Language Policy} AILA 2008 - call for papers

Dear Interest Group, Again an interesting conference.

[MLE] Advocacy booklet for policy makers / Susan Malone

Dear MLE interest group, Most articles and documents written on Multi Lingual Education (MLE) are for a broad audience and policy makers will neglect it. Attached is one especially written for policy makers. May it be of help to some of you.