Expanding Secondary Schooling in Low Income Countries – Rationales and Challenges

In February 2014, as part of the UK Department for International Development’s (DFID’s) ongoing professional development of their education advisers, Prof. Keith Lewin delivered a series of seminars on secondary education development. Prof. Lewin is an expert in International Education and Development from University of Sussex. This page shows videos and resources for the first seminar and focuses on the rationales and challenges of expanding secondary schooling in low income countries. A list of relevant literature and key resources is provided on the secondary education series introduction page, in the form of an annotated bibliography.

The presentation that accompanies this seminar is available to download as a PDF.

This video is a short version of the seminar.

The video below is a long version of the seminar.

The other two seminars in this series are:

Seminar 2 – Financing the expansion of secondary schools in low income countries

Seminar 3 – Four Approaches to Planning Expansion of Secondary Schooling

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