Schooling and Education in Africa: The Case of Ghana
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Schooling and Education in Africa: The Case of Ghana

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Education in Africa today is often said to be in a 'crisis'. The current 'crisis' is in part a colonial legacy of often misguided educational polices and practices (curriculum, texts, pedagogies) that fail to 'speak' adequately to the variety of human experiences or to the diverse history of events and ideas that have shaped and continue to shape human growth and African d...more
Paperback, 348 pages
Published May 1st 2004 by Africa World Pr
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