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    Sing Kong Lee,Fredriksen Birger
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    World Bank Publications (April 18, 2008)
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The Singapore economy has undergone significant stages of development since the 1960s

The Singapore economy has undergone significant stages of development since the 1960s. It has grown from its traditional role as a regional port and distribution center in the 1960s to an international manufacturing and service center in the 1970s and 1980s, and now into a center of science-based manufacturing and knowledge-intensive technical services. Much has been written to explain this success

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of education development in Singapore since 1965, giving particular attention to the type of strategic management that has enabled Singapore over the last four decades to develop its education and training system, from one similar to that of many Sub-Saharan Africa countries, to become one of the World's best performing systems

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Toward a Better Future' provides a comprehensive analysis of education development in Singapore since .

Toward a Better Future' provides a comprehensive analysis of education development in Singapore since 1965, giving particular attention to the strategic management that has enabled Singapore to transform its education and training system from one similar to that of many Sub-Saharan African countries four decades ago into one of the world's best-performing systems. Together, the two books aim to foster knowledge exchange between Sub-Saharan African and East Asian countries on good practices in the design and implementation of education policies and programs.

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Education and Training for Economic Development in Singapore since 1965. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of education development in Singapore since 1965, giving particular attention to the type of strategic management that has enabled Singapore over the last four decades to develop its education and training system, from one similar to that of many Sub-Saharan Africa countries, to become one of the World's best performing systems. Education Nonfiction.

Singapore’s education system, which has consistently emerged as one of the higher ranking countries has garnered much . In: Lee S. Goh C. Fredriksen . Tan J. P. (eds) Towards a better future: Education and training for economic development in Singapore since 1965.

Singapore’s education system, which has consistently emerged as one of the higher ranking countries has garnered much international attention as a consequence. The World Bank & National Institute of Education, Washington, DC, pp 96–113Google Scholar. Hargreaves . Shirley D. (2009) The fourth way: The inspiring future for educational change.

The Singapore economy has undergone significant stages of development since the 1960s. Sing-Kong Lee & Chor Boon Goh & Birger Fredriksen & Jee Peng Tan, 2008. Toward a Better Future : Education and Training for Economic Development in Singapore since 1965," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 6432, September. Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbpubs:6432.

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Goh, B. Fredriksen & . Tan (Ed., Toward a Better Future: Education and Training for Economic Development in Singapore since 1965 (pp. 149-166). Washington, DC: The World Bank. Extension maintained and optimized by. Built with DSpace-CRIS - Contact Us.

'Toward a Better Future' provides a comprehensive analysis of education development in Singapore since 1965, giving particular attention to the strategic management that has enabled Singapore to transform its education and training system from one similar to that of many Sub-Saharan African countries four decades ago into one of the world's best-performing systems. It is one of a pair of concurrently-published books presenting materials originally developed for a 2006 study tour to Singapore and Vietnam for senior education officials from Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Lesotho, Madagascar, and Mozambique.The second book, 'An African Exploration of the East Asian Education Experience', presents five country studies, as well as regional, comparative analyses highlighting insights gained during the study tour and putting them in the context of Sub-Saharan Africa.Together, the two books aim to foster knowledge exchange between Sub-Saharan African and East Asian countries on good practices in the design and implementation of education policies and programs. By facilitating the cross-country fertilization of ideas between two regions with relatively limited contact in the past, these books fi ll a clear gap in the current literature on development practice in education.