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QUESTION 1 There are a number of differences between community education and the other types of education. First, for community education, the education programmes are jointly developed between the educator and the communities (Beneke, 2016). Hence, there is participation and equal rights between learner and educator. In other education types, it’s the educator who comes up with the education programmes and the learner has no say in determining what is taught, and how it is taught. Secondly, community education is aimed at everyone in the community. Hence, there is no discrimination with regards to entry criteria which may be used to lock some willing learners out of the process. Other types of education has a number of qualifications criteria which the learner has to meet so as to be admitted into a given learning program. Such a criteria may be in terms of age, prior academic achievement among others. There are also a number of commonalities that can be pointed out between these two education methods. First, they are also
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