Researching Women's Literacy in Mali: A Case Study of Dialogue among Researchers, Practitioners, and Policy Makers

@article{Puchner2001ResearchingWL,
  title={Researching Women's Literacy in Mali: A Case Study of Dialogue among Researchers, Practitioners, and Policy Makers},
  author={Laurel D. Puchner},
  journal={Comparative Education Review},
  year={2001},
  volume={45},
  pages={242 - 256}
}
Les resultats des recherches en education doivent idealement servir a ameliorer la politique et la pratique de l'education. Mais il est vital d'etablir une communication entre chercheurs et responsables politiques afin d'exploiter au mieux ces resultats. Cet article presente une etude de cas a propos du dialogue etablit entre l'auteur et les decideurs a la suite d'une recherche ayant porte sur l'alphabetisation des femmes au Mali. L'auteur decrit la portee de ce dialogue et ses insuffisances. 

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