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Assessment of Indonesia’s Early Childhood Education and Development Accreditation Process

Investments in early years of education and childhood development are among the most cost-effective and beneficial a country can make to tackle learning poverty, promote healthy child development, and enhance shared prosperity. Over the past two decades, the Government of Indonesia (GoI) has scaled up its commitment to early childhood education and development (ECED) through various educational reforms, policies, programs, and financial investments. With the expansion of Indonesia’s ECED system, the GoI has committed to improving its quality since the early 2000s.

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Higher Education and ICT in Egypt: A Review of the Literature

This paper provides a review of literature on the status of higher education and ICT in Egypt. The broader national context and move towards prioritizing ICT on a national level is considered, before looking specifically at higher education challenges and e-learning initiatives centred in higher education.

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Chapter 2 - A Profile of Higher Education in the Region

The role of higher education as an enabler of development has gained increasing prominence, particularly in the context of the knowledge society and the growing importance of learning, information and technology in economic performance. In order to reach the goals of the SADC Protocol and to release the potential of higher education in the region, decision-makers require current, relevant, accurate and comparable information on the state of higher education.

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Harmonization of Higher Education Programmes: A Strategy for the African Union

In pursuit of the vision of an integrated Africa, the African Union Commission (AUC) has embarked on developing a strategy for harmonization of Higher Education Programmes (HEP) in Africa in order to foster cooperation in information exchange, harmonization of procedures and policies, and attainment of comparability of qualifications, in order to facilitate mobility of Africans across African countries for employment and further study. This paper provides an overview of existing harmonization initiatives globally and continentally.

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The Use of ICT at Kenyatta University

This brochure is one of a series that aims to showcase good practice in African higher education. It is intended for higher education decision-makers on the Continent and overseas. Each institution in this series has taken simple steps to solve basic fundamental problems and improve the level of education and service delivery in a context of limited resources. This series is produced by the South African Institute for Distance Education

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The Use of ICT at Africa University

This brochure highlights how Africa University (AU) pursues its vision of AU as a Centre of Excellence in Africa, using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the teaching, learning, research, and management of all systems within AU.