The Scope And Demand For Tertiary Education And Current Resources Available To Commonwealth Member States
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When senior officials met to discuss the proposal for a CTEF in London on 12th October, 2007, the Commonwealth of Learning was tasked with the responsibility of developing a paper on 'The scope and demand for Tertiary Education and current resources available to Commonwealth Member States'.// In this paper we will first consider the scope of and the demand for tertiary education in the Commonwealth (CW) and then the current resources available for the purpose. In the process, we will look at some key issues in Commonwealth Tertiary Education (TE) and their policy implications to justify the establishment of a dedicated tertiary education facility.
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