African Education And Globalization: Critical Perspectives
Ali A. Abdi, Korbla P. Puplampu, George Jerry Sefa Dei
Lexington Books, 2006 - Education - 214 pages
Containing both theoretical discussions of globalization and specific case analyses of individual African countries, this collection of essays examines the intersections of African education and globalization with multiple analytical and geographical emphases and intentions. The 11 essays critically analyze the issues from historical, cultural, and socio-economic perspectives. Of interest to both educators and scholars who are interested in a more in-depth understanding of the current reign globalization, African Education and Globalization is an important and timely read.
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