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Well-equipped and inviting environments that encourage learning and support healthy and attentive minds are hallmarks of child-friendly schools.
Developing Child-Friendly Schools in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
A case study
UNICEF (December 2009)
"Issues of access to education in Macedonia primarily affect poor children, children from certain ethnic groups and older children bound for or enrolled in secondary school. Although marginalized children are affected most profoundly by issues related to educational quality, improving quality is a concern for the entire education system."
Child-friendly schools programme précis: the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
This collection of case studies from a number of countries captures the richness of experiences UNICEF and its partners accumulated in the past fifteen years through applying the CFS approach in their work on quality of education.
All case studies