Democratization of Access and Quality in Post-conflict Timor Leste
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This chapter starts with a general discussion on the background and education system in Timor Leste. It continues with a close look at the higher education system with special focus on its implementation of National Education Strategic Plan 2011–2030 and social inclusion policies.
KeywordsTimor Leste Post-conflict small state Quality education
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