Biennial/triennial studies

By NG'ETHE, Njuguna
The objective of the study was to explore the extent and nature of differentiationand articulation in African tertiary education systems for purposes of generalunderstanding on the sector. Although varied in nature and extent, differentiationis...
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2008
By SAMOFF, Joël, BAH-LALYA, Ibrahima, SUKON, Kaviraj Sharma
ADEA, in collaboration with African country governments conducted three pilotPeer Review exercises in selected countries with the aim to develop effective??mechanisms for African-owned and country-driven assessments that are analyticallyand...
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2008
By LEFOKA, Pulane
This synthesis report presents findings on the state-of-the-art of Post Primary Education and Training (PPET) in selected countries located in Eastern and Southern Africa sub-regions. The report is informed by the review of reports of research based...
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2008
By MIHYO, Paschal
Over the last few decades African institutions of higher education have lostcapacity to retain staff in teaching and technical services. This is due to globalcompetition, uncompetitive wages and benefits and lack of integration of highereducation in...
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2008
By ISAACS, Samuel
Across the world many countries and regions are now notonly talking about qualifications frameworks, but are either already implementingnational, regional and even transnational qualifications frameworks, or atthe very least, are engaged in initial...
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2008
By MUNJANGANJA, Efison
The book 'Vocationalisation of Secondary Education Revisited' edited by JonLauglo and Rupert Maclean revisits the debate of secondary education vocationalisation.It presents overviews and five case studies on the debate, dealing,?among...
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2008
By MULKEEN, Aidan
This working paper is based on country case studies of Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea,Madagascar, Tanzania, and Uganda, and an extensive literature review. In manyparts of Africa, the demand for secondary teachers substantially exceeds thesupply, due to...
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2008
By SCHUH-MOORE, Audrey-Marie
This study identifies the extent to which inefficiencies and supply mechanismsimpact the expansion of secondary education in sub-Saharan Africa. The studyuses existing demographic and education system data to quantify the demandfor teachers for six...
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2008
By SWARTLAND, Jakes
The purpose of the case study is to identify ways in which governments andother stakeholders may contribute to successful entrepreneurship education.The main objective is to determine whether a particular emphasis and effortin the preparation of...
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2008
By BOTAS, Gilberto
This paper focuses on Technical Vocational Education and Training, one of thepriority area defined by the Government of Mozambique. The paper recognizes that, despite TVET's unquestionable contribution to the development of skilled manpower...
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2008

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