Education for Rural People as a Component of a Rural Development

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    Education for Rural People as a component of aRural Development Strategy for Croatia FAO, April 2003 By Patrick Gautier Education Officer Extension, Education and Communication Services (SDRE)Under the guidance of Lavinia Gasperini, Education Senior Officer (SDRE)andRichard Eberlin, Policy Officer, Policy Assistance Branch, Regional Office for Europe (REUP)  2  Note to the reader A participatory approach has been adopted within the project in which this report takes place. For this reason, as it is still a draft, readers are expected to review and providewritten comments of this report .  3 Acronyms BE Basic EducationEFA Education for AllERP Education for Rural PeopleFAO Food and Agriculture OrganizationGDP Gross Domestic ProductICT Information and Communication TechnologyMOES Ministry of Education and Sports NGO Non Governmental OrganizationOECD Organization for Economic Cooperation and DevelopmentRDS Rural Development StrategyTCP Technical Cooperation Project   4 Table of Contents Page Note to the reader 2Acronyms 31. Objectives and structure of the report 52. Context and justifications 5   2.1 General aspects  5   2.2 Educational aspects  63. Methodology 84. Preschool in rural areas: Problem analysis and recommendations 104.1 Facts for preschool education 104.2 Preschool education in rural areas: Problem tree analysis 124.3 Preschool education in rural areas: recommendations and expected outcomes 134.4 Summary of recommendations for preschool education in rural areas 145. Primary/compulsory education in rural areas: Problem analysis and recommendations 145.1 Facts for Primary/compulsory education 145.2 Primary/compulsory education in rural areas: Problem tree analysis 185.3 Primary/compulsory education in rural areas: recommendations and expectedoutcomes19 5.4 Details of the recommendation noted a): Adapt curricula integrating local/ruralcontext and knowledge20 5.5 Summary of recommendations proposed for primary/compulsory education in ruralareas206. Non-formal and informal education in rural areas: Problem analysis and recommendations 216.1 Definitions 216.2 Facts about non-formal and informal education 226.3 Non-formal and informal education in rural areas: Problem tree analysis 25 6.4 Non-formal and informal education in rural areas: recommendations and expectedoutcomes26 6.5 Summary of recommendations proposed for non-formal and informal education inrural areas277. Conclusion 28Bibliography   29List of AnnexesAnnex 1: Organigramme of the education system in Croatia 30Annex 2: Definitions of terms used in the report 31Annex 3: Structure and indicators adopted to formulate a strategy for ERP 35
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