Enhancing Quality in Higher Education for Better Student Outcomes
Lily W. Njanja
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Oct 30, 2018 - Education - 148 pages
This collection of essays explores ways that universities in East Africa can better serve the common good. Each essay here delves into different aspects of improving the quality of higher education. Readers are introduced to insightful discussions of the role of quality assurance in creating educational systems that are relevant to the global knowledge economy and to the task of advancing human flourishing.
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