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Junior Primary Education on Guadalcanal's Weather Coast: A Case Study
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|dc.description.abstract||Numerous recommendations have been offered on the direction that policies in the Solomons should take. It is the purpose of this report to shed some light on these recommendations by focusing closely on the functioning of two Weather Coast schools. Through observation of the classes and examination of teacher and parent opinions on education-related matters it will be possible to determine whether current school policy as it is carried out in the schools studies, is appropriate for and consistent with goals of Weather Coast people.|
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