Following articles are included in this special issue: - Assuring quality and effectiveness during rapid change. - The effectiveness of development assistance in education: an organizational analysis. - From money to action: strategies in U.S . support to education in the developing world. - Science-based self evaluation of learning at the World Bank. - The evaluation of international cooperation in education: a rural perspective. - A cross-national cost-benefit analysis of complementary (out-of-school) programs. - Process considerations in evaluating educational cooperation projects.
Hiroshima University (Japan). Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education
International cooperation in education