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Going to School in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Februar 2008

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Beschreibung

Educational practices vary widely in Sub-Saharan Africa, due to political instability, economic pressures and availability of resources. This volume examines the history, educational philosophies and practices of schools in the region, including a special "Day in the Life" feature that shows readers what an average student's school day is like.

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Jim Nisen Omatseye is the Dean, Faculty of Education and Professor of Educational Philosophy and Policy Studies at the University of Benin in Nigeria. Bridget Olirejere Omatseye is a Senior Lecturer, Institute of Education Doctorate in Educational Philosophy and Policy Studies, at the University of Benin in Nigeria.

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"Although Sub-Saharan Africa possesses many natural resources, the countries' educational systems have failed to make much of a difference in most people's standard of living. The Omatseyes address this issue in "Going to School in Sub-Saharan Africa". Historical, political, and economic circumstances--from the legacy of colonialism to the scourge of AIDS--have led to multiple failures in educating the African child." - MultiCultural Review
EAN: 9780313340710
ISBN: 0313340714
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: GREENWOOD PUB GROUP INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2008
Seitenanzahl: 239 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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