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Author Sika, Nadine Mourad

Title Educational Reform in Egyptian Primary Schools Since the 1990s : a Study of the Political Values and Behavior of Sixth Grade Students
Published Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, 2010


Description 1 online resource (328 pages)
Contents EDUCATIONAL REFORM IN EGYPTIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS SINCE THE 1990's: A Study of the Political Values and Behavior of Sixth Grade Students; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Tables; List of Figures; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Note on Transliteration; Chapter 1: Introduction; Part I: Introduction to the Literature and Philosophy of Education; Chapter 2: Literature Review; Chapter 3: The Pre-University Education System in Egypt; Part II: Content Analysis; Chapter 4: Primary Arabic Language Curriculum; Chapter 5: Islamic and Christian Religious Education
Chapter 6: Social Studies and Morals and Values CurriculaChapter 7: Comparative Analysis of the Different Curricula; Part III: Political Attitudes and Behavior; Chapter 8: Demographic Background; Chapter 9: Democratic Political Attitudes; Chapter 10: Political Behavior; Chapter 11: Conclusion; Appendices; Appendix I: Questionnaires; Appendix II: Tables; Bibliography; Index
Summary This study analyzes the degree to which the authoritarian political system in Egypt is able implement a democratic educational system at the primary education level, which can work as a catalyst in a multifaceted democratization process
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
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Subject Education, Elementary -- Egypt -- Case studies
Educational change -- Egypt -- Case studies
School children -- Egypt -- Attitudes -- Case studies
Sixth grade (Education) -- Egypt -- Case studies
EDUCATION -- Elementary.
Education, Elementary
Educational change
School children -- Attitudes
Sixth grade (Education)
Social Sciences.
History of Education.
Genre/Form Case studies
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9780773429857