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Innovations and reforms in schooling in Asia's developing countries

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Sociologist of Education at the School of Education University of Tasmania, Hobart, and Chief Technical Adviser for the UNDP/UNESCO project on the ‘Strengthening and Upgrading of Teacher Training in Myanmar’. His recent works include UNESCO PROAP's twovolume report Innovations and Initiatives in Teacher Education in Asia and Pacific Region(1990), and Teachers' Careers and Promotion Patterns: A Sociological Analysis (1992).

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Maclean, R. Innovations and reforms in schooling in Asia's developing countries. Prospects 22, 366–378 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02195959

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