Education in Africa: search for realistic alternatives : proceedings of a workshop held at the Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA), 23 Bevenden Street, London, N1, on 17 February, 1990
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Preface B TUROK
Africa Britain and the New World Order Some Implications
Education and Development E O OKEEM
achieve adequate Adult Education Africa's population African countries alternative annum areas argued Britain broadcasts centres citizens co-operation Commonwealth of Learning Community Theatre cost course culture curriculum Deakin University developing countries distance education institutions distance education provision distance education systems distance teaching institutions economic education and development education and training education in Africa education programmes effective enrolment facilities Facing Mount Kenya global graduates growth IFAA indigenous information provision information services provision instructional materials International Extension College JANET JENKINS large numbers learners libraries London MAGNUS JOHN MAMSER Mauritius College National Extension College non-formal education Nsukka number of students offered OKEEM Open Learning Open University oral in tradition organisations overall participation political practice primary education primary school problems provide education pupils question radio relationship between education relevant skills social staff strategies structures Tanzania teachers University of Nigeria World Bank Zambia Zimbabwe