12 edition of The African experience with higher education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -272) and index.
|Statement||J.F. Ade Ajayi, Lameck K.H. Goma, G. Ampah Johnson ; with a contribution by Wanjiku Mwotia.|
|Contributions||Goma, L. K. H., Johnson, Ampah G., Association of African Universities.|
|LC Classifications||LA1503 .A44 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|ISBN 10||0852557345, 0852557337, 0821411608, 0821411616|
|LC Control Number||96178485|
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The three highly distinguished authors have written the first comprehensive assessment of universities and higher education in Africa south of the Sahara. As can be seen from their biographies, they draw on experience from both francophone and anglophone Africa and from teaching in both the sciences and the by: This book covers the history and politics of higher education in Africa south of the Sahara, as well as contemporary issues, problems, and weaknesses of African universities.
The need for a new look at the mission of the university in the 21st century is also addressed. Chapters cover the following topics: (1) higher education in Africa before ; (2) colonialism and higher education; (3 Cited by: Antecedents - before ; colonialism and higher education; decolonization and higher education ; the politics of independence and higher education ; the association of African universities; higher education and African development s and s; issues and problems of the s; towards the 21st century; the mission of the.
Get this from a library. The African experience with higher education. [J F Ade Ajayi; L K H Goma; Ampah G Johnson; Association of African Universities.] -- There have been institutions of higher learning for centuries in Africa but the phenomenal growth has taken place in the last fifty years, first in the later days of colonialism and then in the heady.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: s: Contents: Antecedents - before ; colonialism and higher education; decolonization and higher education ; the politics of independence and higher education ; the association of African universities; higher education and African.
The African experience with higher education J. Ade Ajayi, L. Goma, Ampah G. Johnson, Association of African Universities Three distinguished educators have written the first comprehensive assessment of universities and higher education in sub-Sahara Africa.
From Imagining to Understanding the African American Experience aids and encourages the reader to develop his/her "sociological imaginations" and to broaden their understanding of the "Sociology of the Black Experience," particularly in the United States' multicultural society.
From Imagining to Understanding the African American Experience. Provides a unique sociological exploration of the. Updated in its 4th edition, The African Experience is the only interdisciplinary survey to examine this region of the world from geographic, linguistic, social, historical, and political perspectives.
Drawing on research from all of the social sciences, this text captures Africa in its complex totality. The African Experience helps readers develop a comprehensive and critical understanding of Reviews: 5 hours ago The Mozambican government claimed on Tuesday that most institutions of higher education had reopened earlier that day, after they had shown the.
The African Experience with Higher Education. By J. Ade Ajayi, Lameck K. Goma, and G. Ampah Johnson “This is a serious, solid book which covers the issues, problems and weaknesses of the African University with honesty, frankness and a certain toughmindedness it is obviously intended as a plea to African universities and their staff.
African higher education, atthe beginning of the new millennium, facesunprecedented challenges. Not only is thedemand for access unstoppable, especially inthe context of Africa's traditionally lowpostsecondary attendance levels, but highereducation is recognized as a key force formodernization and development.
Africa'sacademic institutions face obstacles inproviding the education, research. While African countries work hard to strengthen higher education, there is growing support for the sector at the regional and continental levels through, for instance, the research and postgraduate training Pan African University, the World Bank-supported African Centres of Excellence initiatives, and regional university associations and.
Praise For The African Experience with Higher Education “This is a serious, solid book which covers the issues, problems and weaknesses of the African University with honesty, frankness and a certain toughmindedness it is obviously intended as a plea to African universities and their staff and students, and to governments and.
The African experience with higher education. [J F Ade Ajayi; L K H Goma; Ampah G Johnson; Association of African Universities.] -- "There have been institutions of higher learning for centuries in Africa but the phenomenal growth has taken place in the last fifty years, first in the later days of colonialism and then in the.
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Not only is thedemand for access unstoppable, especially inthe context of Africa's traditionally. The African Experience with Higher Education by J. Ade Ajayi,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). The book is published in time to contribute to the discussion on achieving MDGs by the deadline.
The book is based on empirical research in universities in six African countries. It is one of few resources which addresses the link between internationalization, higher education and Africa’s human, social and scientific development. The book reminded the reader that from the end of the slave era ineducation was universally viewed by African Americans as one of the primary pathways to success in American society.
The African Experience with Higher Education [J.F. Ade Ajayi, Lameck K.H. Goma, G. Ampah Johnson, J. F. Ade Ajayi, Lameck K. H. Goma and G. Ampah Johnson]. There have been institutions of higher learning for centuries in Africa, but the phenomenal g.Here the African experience has much to offer the high-participation and generously resourced systems of the so-called developed world.
This book offers a critical review of that experience, and so makes a major contribution to our understanding of higher education. Wiseman (comparative and international education, Lehigh U.) and Wolhuter (comparative and international education, North-West U., South Africa) compile 16 essays on the challenges and prospects for higher education in Africa, focusing on issues of development, expansion, internationalization, equity, and cross-national convergence and divergence.