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Evaluation of nonformal education programs: the applicability and utility of the criterion-sampling approach

  • October 1985

Nonformal education is a world-wide phenomenon: systematic out-of-school activities designed to meet specific learning  needs are to be found in developed and developing countries  alike. The pervasiveness of nonformal education programs (NFEP's) is attributable in large part to their nature.

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  • Author/Editor: Shavelson; Richard J.; Brophy; Michael; Obemeata; Joseph O.; Obemeata; Jiyono
  • Evaluation of nonformal education programs: the applicability and utility of the criterion-sampling approach
  • UIE, 1985
  • ISBN
    92-820-10376
  • Available in: English