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Educational Access and Social Justice

A Global Perspective


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In 2000, the Education for All (EFA) dedication was made in Senegal at the Dakar World Education Forum. It was a call to governments around the world to make education available at all levels and for all people. The reality is that the majority of monitored countries have only marginally reduced the numbers of their illiterate citizens. Eighty million children and almost a billion adults still do not receive any education. The disproportionately large number of people without an opportunity for schooling live in the least economically developed countries. This book is a collection of essays reporting the successes, failures, and barriers contributing to a lack of educational access in developing countries. The international contributors to this volume work in communities that are in the front lines of the battle to achieve universal access to education for everyone.

Author Biography

Gowri Parameswaran is chair in the Department of Educational Studies in the School of Education at SUNY New Paltz and has contributed many book chapters and articles on diversity and social justice in education. Themina Kader teaches at undergraduate and graduate levels in the pedagogy of art education and is the author of numerous articles on the concepts of multiculturalism and diversity.
Release date Australia
May 16th, 2009
Edited by Gowri Parameswaran Edited by Themina Kader
Country of Publication
United States
University Press of America
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