Ghana

By ROSENBERG, Diana (editor)
Limited access to books and to library services has had a profound effect on education in Africa. This book explores the provision of supplementary reading materials in a number of African countries. It reveals how high expectations, ambitious plans...
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2000
By ADOO-ADEKU, K., ESSUMAN, A.A., GALA, E.E.K., Cudjoe, M., GBADAMOSI, R., AGYEMAN, D.K., BAKU, J.J.K., POMARY, C., ADDABOR, E.
This publication is the result of a national review of education sector analysis undertaken in Ghana. The objective was to analyze the process of education sector analysis related to education sector studies undertaken in Ghana during 1987-1998. The...
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Book
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2000
By SAWYERR, Harry
Countries in Africa are hard pressed to provide basic educational services in a context of many demands and scarce resources. External funding is thus important for African educational development. However, a major criticism of foreign aid is that...
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Book
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1997
By BILLANY, Nigel, Paajanen, Timo, Syrjänen, Eero, Bgoya, Walter, Lujanen, Marita, Noonan, Richard
The quality of education depends to a large degree on the availability of textbooks. To what extent is this perception honoured by the actions of educational policy makers? Using research from a wide range of African countries, the authors examine...
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1997
By ANIM, N., HALLIDAY, Ian
The responsibility of managing teachers is growing among ministries and teaching commissions in many African countries. This document presents the findings of a study on teacher management structures in selected African countries. It identifies the...
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Book
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1996
By KOOMSON, Albert K.), SHAW, Christopher, SELWYN, Percy, SACK, Richard, MATOS, Narciso), MASSINGUE, Venancio, KAMANO, Joseph Pierre, IRUMBA, Katebalirwe Amooti Wa, GODWYLL, Ebenezer F., FOBIH, Dominic Lwaku, EVANS, David R., DEBOUROU, Djibril M.
This document explores the processes of policy development in several African countries and presents lessons learned from education policy formation in six countries: Benin, Ghana, Guinea, Mauritius, Mozambique and Uganda. In addition to the six...
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Book
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Year
1996

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