Monday, September 22, 2008

[MLE] National Assessment of Adult Learning and Education

Dear MLE friends,
In this mailing list most attention has gone to primary education. However, also for adult education the language issue is vital for success. It is therefore good to note that next week the Directorate of Adult Education is organising a two day Seminar-cum-Workshop in collaboration with the Central Institute of Indian Languages on "Imparting Literacy through Non scheduled Languages"(ie. languages other than State/National Language).

Below is also a link to a detailed report on what the National Literacy Mission has accomplished. Further down you can links to reports from Nepal and other countries.



Regards,
Karsten

Karsten van Riezen
Education Consultant, SIL Int.
SIL, South Asia Group.

From: Dave Pearson [mailto:dave_pearson@sil.org]
Sent: 18 September 2008 15:08
To: 'All SIL Entity Directors'
Cc: 'Paul Frank'; katherine_buehler@sil.org; 'confinteavi'
Subject: National Assessment of Adult Learning and Education in your country

Dear Entity Director,

In preparation for the 6th International Conference on Adult Education (CONFINTEA VI) governments worldwide have been writing a National Assessment on the Development and State of the Art of Adult Learning and Education. Please find below a list of links to these reports.

Dave Pearson

National CONFINTEA VI Reports Submitted to UIL (as of 14 August 2008)
Guinea
Namibia    
Nigeria    
Norway  
Poland  
Senegal    
Serbia  
Seychelles    
Sudan    
Swaziland    
Sweden  
Tanzania    
TFYROM  
Togo    
Tunisia    
Turkey  
Turkey  
Uganda    
USA  
Zambia    
Zimbabwe      

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