2 edition of book of needs of fifteen war-devastated countries in education, science and culture. found in the catalog.
book of needs of fifteen war-devastated countries in education, science and culture.
1947 in Paris .
Written in English
Title varies slightly.
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Drawn from the pages of the Harvard Educational Review, the essays provide multiple perspectives on how educational institutions support and oppose wartime efforts. Although this book is about the Japanese side of the war, it is a great exploration of how people around the world were affected.
Park is a Newbery Medal winner who lived in Korea during the Japanese occupation. She draws on her own experiences in this book, which features a brother and sister acting as narrators. In Marchwhen the World Conference on Education for All was held in Jomtien, Thailand, the Declaration and Framework for Action to Meet Basic Learning Needs was formed.
A total of countries, 20 intergovernmental organizations and nongovernmental groups were. Portions of this book may be quoted or reprinted without permission, pro-vided that a standard source credit line is included.
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