By Dominic J. Brewer
Provides an outline of part I (2001-2004) of Qatar's daring K-12 schooling reform initiative, schooling for a brand new period, in line with RAND's reports during this formidable, multi-participant attempt. RAND tested Qatar's current schooling process, prompt techniques for development a world-class process, and supported implementation of the selected alternative, that is in line with the world over benchmarked curriculum criteria and parental collection of colleges.
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