An Analysis of the Cost‐Effectiveness of Educational Radio in Nepal

@article{Okwudishu1986AnAO,
  title={An Analysis of the Cost‐Effectiveness of Educational Radio in Nepal},
  author={Chris Okwudishu and Charles B. Klasek},
  journal={British Journal of Educational Technology},
  year={1986},
  volume={17},
  pages={173-185}
}
This study attempted to analyse the cost-effectiveness of the Radio Education Teacher Training Project in Nepal. Cost-effectiveness is denned as a procedure by which the cost of alternative means of achieving a stated objective, or conversely, the effectiveness of alternative means for a given cost, are compared in a series of numerical indices. Comparison of the costs of the Radio Education Teacher Training Project and the Campus-Based Teacher Training Programme showed the latter to be much… 
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