3 edition of Legal frameworks for tertiary education in Sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
by International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / World Bank in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Contributions||Lao, Christine Veloso., Saint, William S., World Bank.|
|LC Classifications||KQC723 .L44 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780821381243, 9780821381250|
|LC Control Number||2009030817|
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Abstract PDF (1MB) Cited By. Legal Frameworks for Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Quest for Institutional Responsiveness, was undertaken to explore the range of tertiary education governance arrangements currently employed within Sub-Saharan Africa and the formal legal basis of their mandates and structures.
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Legal frameworks for tertiary education in Sub-Saharan Africa: the quest for institutional responsiveness (English) Abstract Prospects for future economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa will depend in significant measure on the continent's capacity to cultivate the higher order skills and expertise needed to acquire knowledge and utilize it to advance economic and social development Cited by: William Saint & Christine Lao & Peter Materu, "Legal Frameworks for Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Quest for Institutional Responsiveness," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, numberDecember.
Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbpubs Abstract Prospects for future economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa will depend in significant measure on the continent's capacity to cultivate the higher order skills and experti.
Legal Frameworks for Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Quest for Institutional Responsiveness tertiary education for growth in Sub-Saharan Africa. This report examined the human resource implications of more knowledge-intensive strategies for growth in Africa within the context of globalize competition and argued the need for.
The attainment of the Education for All (EFA) goals is hinged on the availability of adequate and qualified teachers to service the ever-expanding basic education sector, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. However, because the provision of pre-service teacher education institutions in.
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Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Africa Background For Africa to progressively close the development gap with the rest of the world it will need higher levels of growth, productivity and job creation. This, in turn, will require countries to invest more strategically in the key drivers of growth – higher education being one of them.
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Abstract. This is a preliminary survey of the laws and statutes that determine governance arrangements for higher education systems as well as individual institutions in 24 countries of Sub-Saharan by: 6. Legal frameworks for tertiary education in Sub-Saharan Africa: the quest for institutional responsiveness Author: William S Saint ; Christine Veloso Lao ; World Bank.
Towards a conceptual framework for developing capabilities of ‘new’ types of students participating in higher education in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Legal frameworks for tertiary education in Sub-Saharan Africa: the quest for institutional responsiveness. [William S Saint; Christine Veloso Lao; World Bank.] -- The performance of tertiary institutions is heavily influenced by their governance arrangements, management structures, accountability mechanisms, and the regulatory environments in which they.
three groups were formed in sub-Saharan Africa. Two groups were composed of French- Portuguese- and Spanish-speaking countries whilst a third group consisted mainly of English-speaking countries.
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Tertiary Education7 Growth and Sectoral Indicators9. education and one of these was the creation of an African higher education and research area.
Subsequently, the July Communiqué of the WCHE 1, in its section on Higher Education in Africa, also placed emphasis on the need to develop an African Higher Education andFile Size: KB. The performance of tertiary educational institutions is heavily influenced by their governance arrangements, management structures, accountability mechanisms, and regulatory environments.
'Legal Frameworks for Tertiary Education in Sub-Saharan Afr.However, the tertiary GER in the region was still only 6 percent, compared with the world average of 26 percent. The gap between sub-Saharan Africa and other regions had also widened. With education remaining out of reach for a large part of the population in sub-Saharan Africa, the number of adult illiterates in the region continued to rise.It is estimated that injust 28 % of tertiary students were enrolled in science and technology fields (World Bank, Accelerating catch-up: tertiary education for growth in sub-Saharan Africa Author: Damtew Teferra.