Strengthening education systems in Africa

One of the few books I’ve bought in the last year is The Changing Landscape of Education in Africa: Quality, Equality and Democracy edited by David Johnson. It has 8 chapters which

argue that quality, equity and democratic accountability are inseparable objectives in the quest to strengthen and improve educational systems in the developing world.

In addition to a general chapter about education in Sub-Saharan Africa, the countries dealt with in the volume are Nigeria, Gambia, Kenya, South Africa (2 chapters), Cameroon and Namibia.

How to get a copy

The book is also available from Symposium Books

Africa: Atlas of Our Changing Environment Languages and Education in Africa, Book Education in the Muslim World (Gambia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria) The state and development of adult learning and education in Subsaharan Africa Africa Paper : The Impact of Aid on Education Policy in Kenya

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