Languages of Instruction, Policy Implications for Education in Africa

This document is the result of a study exploring the use of African languages in education and the policy experience of six African countries: Botswana, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, South Africa and Tanzania. The study was conducted by three African academics in preparation of the Pan-African Conference on Issues and Perspectives of the Use of African Languages in Education held in Accra, Ghana, August 26 to 30, 1996. Problems experienced in the implementation of programs dealing with languages of instruction as well as lessons learned are summarized in the final chapter., eng

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