AU STUDY ON TEACHER TRAINING, WORKING, AND LIVING CONDITIONS IN MEMBER STATES
|dc.description.abstract||The Study was called for by the Summit of Heads of State and Government of the African Union in order to establish the key issues affecting teachers in Africa, provide a basis for improving their conditions and lead to the improved performance of education systems in Member States . The Study proposes models for teacher valorisation, training, school management and policy making, and policy directions for enhancing teacher effectiveness through Open, Distance, Virtual and e-Learning.||en|
|dc.title||AU STUDY ON TEACHER TRAINING, WORKING, AND LIVING CONDITIONS IN MEMBER STATES||en|
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The Human Resources, Science & Technology Department (HRST) coordinates the AU programmes on human resource development, education, science, technology and innovation agenda.