|Location:||Papua New Guinea|
|Description:||A presentation by Papua New Guinea ambassador Renagi Lohia at Simon Fraser University on the general economic and political background of Papua New Guinea emphasizing its natural diversity. Within this context, formal education was functionally an extension of the traditional village, clan and family teachingsystem. However, the Western style of education introduced by the missionaries forgot the village background and imported its curriculum from Australia. The present challenge is to adapt teaching requirements and training to the village background|
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