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Civil Society or Shadow State?

State/NGO Relations in Education

By:
Margaret Sutton, Indiana University
Robert F. Arnove, Indiana University

A volume in the series: Education Policy in Practice: Critical Cultural Studies. Editor(s): Rodney Hopson, University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign. Edmund Hamann, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Published 2004

CONTENTS
Introduction: Civil Society or Shadow State? State/ NGO Relations in Education, Margaret Sutton and Robert Arnove. PART I: Literacy and Maternal Language Instruction: Village Empowerment. A Study of Relationships among Government and Non-Government Organizations Supporting Mother Tongue Literacy in Papua New Guinea, Susan Malone. The Challenges of Representation: NGOs, Education, and the State in Highland Peru, María Elena García. The Village Schools of Save the Children/USA in Mali: A Case Study of State NGOs Relations in the Provision of Basic Education, Hamidou Boukhary. “Like Lace on the Bottom of a Curtain”: Regional Language Policy, the European Union, the Estonian Government, and the Võro Institute in Estonia, Kara D. Brown. Contingency, Complexity, Possibility: Palestinian NGOs and the Negotiation of Local Control in Educational Development, Rachel Christina. China: NGOs and Education for Children with Autism, Helen McCabe. Entering the Quagmire: Examining State-NGO Interaction in the Provision of Education for Street Girls in Kenya, Auma Okwany. Building a Partnership for Teacher Empowerment in India: Trusting Teachers Strengthen(s) Process and Program, Sandra L. Stacki.

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