Out-Of-School Children in Guinea-Bissau: a mixed-methods analysis
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Out-Of-School Children in Guinea-Bissau: a mixed-methods analysis

In Guinea-Bissau, most children still do not attend school and there are many reasons for this. In order to understand the context in question, the present study proposes a mapping of the situation through the use of mixed methods.

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Promoting change in Arab education: What determined foundations can achieve

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In June 2018, the United Arab Emirates Ministry (UAE) of Education announced that classes in public primary schools will gradually become coeducational starting in the fall of 2018.[2]  Private schools are often co-ed, but the Arab Gulf countries separate boys and girls in schools from preschool onwards. UAE is the first country in the Gulf to make this policy decision. 

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