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Published by ACO Project in Nairobi .
Written in English



  • Malawi.


  • Science -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Malawi.

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Other titlesEvaluation of the U.N.E.S.C. primary science pilot project in Malawi.
StatementMaria I. Nkaonja.
SeriesAfrican studies in curriculum development & evaluation ;, no. 70
LC ClassificationsLB1585.5.M3 N53 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 81 leaves ;
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2838223M
LC Control Number83980960

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According to UNESCO, Malawi has a total of m pupils enrolled in primary and secondary education. Of these pupils, about m (83%) are enrolled in primary education. In Malawi, 11% of children of official primary school ages are out of school, with poorer children most likely to fall into this category. This UNESCO sourcebook has been prepared as a supplement to the Unesco Handbook for Science Teachers1 and the New Unesco Source Book for Science Teaching.2 It is part of UNESCO's contribution to the efforts by various organ­ izations and Member States to improve science teaching, especially at the primary level. internal efficiency and equity for primary education. The proposed project’s primary focus is on improving learning outcomes, equity and efficiency in Malawi's primary education system. It will consist of three operational components to support improvement of student learning and strengthening of education system management. This is the first evaluation undertaken by the Inspectorate of the implementation of the Primary School Curriculum (). The evaluation focused on the effectiveness of curriculum implementation in English, Visual Arts and Mathematics in eighty-six primary schools. The findings suggest that the.