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Instructional Time Loss in Developing Countries: Concepts, Measurement, and Implications
(World Bank, 2009)
Students in developing countries are often taught for only a fraction of the intended number of school hours. Time is often wasted due to informal school closures, teacher absenteeism, delays, early departures, and poor ...
Training the 21st-century worker : Policy Advice from the Dark Network or Implicit Memory
The author reviews cognitive research findings on skills acquisition, focusing in particular on the ‘dark network’ of implicit memory, and highlights some potential implications for education policy. According to documents ...
Neoliterate adult dyslexia and literacy policies : a neurocognitive research review of a curious unexplored phenomenon
There are about 750 million adult illiterates who in principle could learn fluent reading. However, adult literacy programs have performed poorly. Various social and operational reasons may be responsible. This paper ...