Report on the Supply of Secondary Level Teachers in Africa: Shifting the Locus and Focus to Africa : Summary
Institute for International Studies in Education, Michigan State University, 1974 - Africa, English-speaking - 379 pages
Etude de la formation des professeurs du second degré dans les pays africains anglophones. Propositions pour une politique de formation.
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MAJOR SOCIAL POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC FACTORS LIKELY TO AFFECT EDUCATIONAL
THE FOUNDATION FOR SECONDARYLEVEL EDUCATION
A PRINCIPAL AREA OF PRIORITY
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