The value of education in a developing country
Ashton-Hay, Sally (2005) The value of education in a developing country. Professional Exchange, pp. 6-7.
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There's nothing to compare with teaching in a foreign country for professional development and appreciation of the value of education. Ataturk, the fther of modern Turkey, once claimed that teachers are the saviours of a nation. As modern revolutionaries, teachers may spread progressive educational change wherever they work, including in a developing nation like Turkey.
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