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Title: The triumph and prosperity of education in Africa.
Authors: Mwamwenda, Tuntufye Selemani.
Lukhele-Olorunju, Phindile.
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Keywords: Primary education.;Secondary education.;Tertiary education.;African universities.;African countries.;Development of Africa.;Early childhood education.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Ponte International Journal of Sciences and Research
Abstract: In view of the importance of education in the development of Africa, the present investigation looked at education at early childhood, primary, secondary, tertiary, and university levels, in the past thirty years. The investigation also looked at the goals of education as proposed by African union ministers of education in the last 20 years. The study then critically examined the extent to which such goals have been, are being, and will be achieved by the set date of 2015. The results showed that some goals have been accomplished; others will be realised by the year 2015, whereas the remnant will be met beyond the set date. Fifteen African countries selected from five major geographical regions of Africa, linguistically represented by French, English, and Arabic participated in the study. The theme of the triumph and prosperity of education in Africa is the amazing story of the triumph and prosperity of Ed for the past thirty years, bringing about total transformation or revolution, if you wish, in the entire system of education. It is a story that both Africans and other peoples of the world eagerly await to hear in this century.
DOI: 10.21506/j.ponte.2020.12.21
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