“Education is an investment, not a payout”
Reflect on the above quotation and justify the need for the Educational Planning as a essential requisite for systemic enhancement.
With close reference to the Mauritian context, critically examine how evolution and change in educational policies have influenced educational planning requirements and influenced the school curriculum since independence of country.
Consider the central role of education leaders in policy-making and critically examine the factors that need their attention in planning of school curriculum.
Appraise how emerging exigencies like HIV/AIDS and growing concern for the promotion of socio-economic justice via equity, poverty alleviation and stress on gender issue have caused a refocusing of priorities in the education planning.