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Double-shift schooling

design and operation for cost-effectiveness

by Mark Bray

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Published by Commonwealth Secretariat, International Institute for Educational Planning/UNESCO in London, Paris .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Double shifts (Public schools),
  • Schedules, School.,
  • Cost effectiveness.,
  • School management and organization.,
  • Educational planning.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMark Bray ; [artwork by William Pang].
    ContributionsBray, Mark, 1952-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB3032 .B73 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination92 p. :
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3618402M
    ISBN 100850926505, 9280312006
    LC Control Number2002391381

    Comparison is made with single-shift systems, and also with systems having triple or even quadruple shifts. The book will be useful both for national and regional policy-makers, and for headteachers and others responsible for running double-shift schools. This is the third edition of a book first published in and updated in Double Shift Teaching is an idea conceived in by the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education of The Gambia in order to make Education accessible to all Gambian Children. It is an efficiency measure in a sense that one structure is used by two categories of students at different times of the day and also with the same teachers in some cases.

    day. The book is published under the aegis of UNESCO and the Commonwealth Secretariat. It discusses arrangements for double-shift schooling—and also treble and quadruple shifts—with examples taken mainly from Commonwealth countries. There is a super-ficial look at cost-benefit analysis, and then a discussion of the economic, educational and. Project background – Visual Society Program “Double Shift” emerged as part of the Visual Society Program (ViSoP).The program is a collaboration between the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) and the “Visual Systems Studio Class” at Berlin University of the Arts (UdK), enabling scientists and designers to work together in teams and develop an understanding of the basic principles.

    Making double-shift schools work; Conclusions. Summary Double-shift schooling primarily aims to extend and minimise unit costs. However, some systems only achieve these goals at the expense of educational quality. Planners may be faced with difficult choices when designing systems. Downloadable (with restrictions)! School scheduling systems are frequently at the forefront of policy discussions around the world. This paper provides the first causal evidence of student performance during double-shift schooling systems. We exploit a six-year quasi-experiment from a country in Eastern Europe where students alternated between morning and afternoon school blocks every month.


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Double-shift schooling primarily aims to extend access and minimise unit costs. However, some systems only achieve these goals at the expense of educational quality.

Policy makers may be faced by difficult choices when designing systems. Drawing on experiences in a wide range of countries, this book highlights the advantages Double-shift schooling book problems of double-shift systems. The book is intended for both national and regional policy makers and headteachers and others responsible for running double-shift schools.

This is the third edition of a booklet first published in and updated in Cited by:   Comparison is made with single-shift systems, and also with systems having triple or even quadruple shifts.

The book will be useful both for national and regional policy-makers, and for headteachers and others responsible for running double-shift schools.

This is the third edition of a book first published in and updated in Double – shift schooling and EFA goals: assessing economic, educational and social impacts The aim of the paper is to discuss the system of double-shift schooling and assess it from economic, social and educational angles referring to different cases from Sub-Saharan African Size: KB.

Double shift schooling resolves some of the tensions experienced by children and parents between attending school, and the need to perform domestic and farm Labour (Pamela Kea.

,P). “The magic word efficiency that is causing such a revolution in industry is beginning to work in education. Public schooling in Jordan is contributing greatly to educate all children.

However, it struggles with its own challenges to meet the needs of modern education. The main problem is the lack of capacity – in the form of teachers, space and materials – and school infrastructure. Originally published inthis book has been fully revised and updated. It highlights the advantages and problems of double-shift systems, drawing in experiences in a wide range of countries.

Single-shift systems are compared with four- and five-shift systems. Double-Shift Schooling is Price: $ Double shift school is a type of school which operates in two shifts, with one group of students in the building early in the day and a second group of students later in the day.

The purpose of a double shift school is to increase the number of students that can be taught without having to build another educational stage: Early childhood, Preschool, Pre. : Double-Shift Schooling: Design and Operation for Cost-Effectiveness (Fundamentals of Educational Planning) (): Bray, Mark: BooksCited by: Double-shift or double-session schooling is a schooling system in which di erent cohorts of stu-dents use the same building and have the same academic curriculum, some in the mornings and some in the afternoons.

Many developing countries, including Mexico, India, Brazil, Zimbabwe, Russia, Bulgaria, have adopted the double-shift schooling Size: KB. DOUBLE-SHIFT SCHOOLING Mark Bray Double-shift schooling primarily aims to extend access and minimise unit costs.

However, some systems only achieve these goals at the expense of educational quality. Policy makers may be faced by difficult choices when designing systems. Drawing on experiences in a wide range of countries, this book. Schooling in double shifts has been implemented in several countries, including Mexico.

The system was adopted in the late s as a strategy for helping to attain universal access to basic Author: Mark Bray. Double shift schools, in which students either attend in the morning or the afternoon/evening, have been in use throughout the world since the early 20th century.

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Book Review: Double-shift Schooling: Design and Operation for Cost-effectiveness (3rd edition) by Mark Bray London: Commonwealth Secretariat, ISBN Author: Christopher T.J. Charleson. “The double shift system makes it possible for a single set of buildings, facilities, books and teachers to serve many pupils and thus meet increased demand for schooling,†says Raphael.

The book is published under the aegis of UNESCO and the Commonwealth Secretariat. It discusses arrangements for double‐shift schooling—and also treble and quadruple shifts—with examples taken mainly from Commonwealth countries.

PDF | On Jan 1,Mark Bray and others published Double-Shift Schooling: Design and Operation for School Effectiveness. [Third edition of / book] | Find, read and cite all the research Author: Mark Bray. Double-Shift Schooling and Student Success: Quasi-experimental Evidence from Europe Lester Lushera, Vasil Yasenov a aUniversity of California, Davis Abstract School scheduling systems are frequently at the forefront of policy discussions around the world.

This paper provides the first causal evidence of student performance during double-Cited by: 5. Double-shift schooling primarily aims to extend access and minimize unit costs. However, some systems only achieve those goals at the expense of educational quality.

Policy-makers may be faced by difficult choices when designing systems. This book highlights the advantages and problems of double-shift systems. More information.Comparison is made with single-shift systems, and also with systems having triple or even quadruple shifts.

The book will be useful both for national and regional policy-makers, and for headteachers and others responsible for running double-shift schools.

This is the third edition of a book first published in and updated in Author.In a double-shift system, which aims primarily to extend access and minimize unit costs, schools cater to two entirely separate groups of pupils during a school day.

The first group of pupils usually attends school from early morning until mid-day, and the second group usually attends from mid-day to late afternoon. Each group uses the same buildings, equipment, and other by: