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Building and sustaining national ICT education agencies : Lessons from Korea (KERIS)

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  • Building and sustaining national ICT education agencies
  • Kwon, Youngsun; Jang, Sanghyun
  • World Bank Group


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Title Building and sustaining national ICT education agencies
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Lessons from Korea (KERIS)

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kwon, Youngsun; Jang, Sanghyun

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Washington, DC, U.S. : World Bank Group

Date 2016
Series Title; No SABER-ICT technical paper series / no. 03
Pages 20
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Education
Holding World Bank Group
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Abstract

Information and communications technologies (ICTs) are developing fast and triggering fundamental changes in education system. This case study focuses on institution building, which can manage such a fundamental transition in education system on a national scale. Following a short introduction, a theoretical framework is discussed. This case study attempts to investigate the birth and growth of Korea Education and Research Information Service (KERIS) and explores the role of KERIS in planning and implementing one quite prominent strategic initiative to introduce innovative practices within the Korean education system - the cyber home learning system (CHLS). The objective of this case study is to find out key factors that the government needs to consider for successful institution building and those that determines the accomplishments of the missions assigned to KERIS. (The rest omitted)