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Kazmi, Yedullah (2010) UNSPECIFIED In: Selected Readings In Islamic Critical Pedagogy, Vol. 2. Usm Press, Kuala Lumpur.

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Demand For Human Capital Put The Pressure On Governments All Over The World To Invest In The Education Improvement. Improving Both The Quantity And Quality Of Education In Terms Of Developing Human Capital Required Essentially A Number Of Inputs, One Of Which Is The Quality Teacher. It Is Believed That Among The Inputs The Teacher Was The Most Important Single Factor In The Development Of Human Capital Particularly At The Early Stage. To Ensure That Malaysia Produces Quality Human Capital, Teacher Quality In The Education System Must Be A Plays An Important Role In Human Capital Development To Meet The Needs Of Becoming A Developed Country In The 21st Century. Human Capital Needed By Our Country Are Those Able To Think

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Subjects: Management of Education > School Administration and Organization
Divisions: Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia
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Date Deposited: 20 Nov 2013 04:55
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