An Evaluation of the COL-UNICEF Child Friendly School Projects in Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana and South Africa
The main purpose of the evaluation was to provide COL with evidence-based information about the effectiveness of the CFS strategies employed by partner countries in developing expertise relating to CFS concepts and principles. The focus was on identifying the key elements that had been crucial to the success of the projects, which could serve as models for other countries intending to mainstream CFS into their teacher education curricula.
AuthorJunaid, M I
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