Educational Reform In Post-Colonial Africa
The assignment was to look at post-colonial educational reform in Africa beginning with an analysis of past educational reforms issues. This paper identified 5 periods in African educational history and compared the issues for reform facing Africans ...
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The assignment was to look at post-colonial educational reform in Africa beginning with an analysis of past educational reforms issues. This paper identified 5 periods in African educational history and compared the issues for reform facing Africans in each of these eras. The final section identified a series of reforms currently in progress and referred back to earlier issues still in need of reform.
From the Paper:Educational Reform in Post-Colonial Africa In 1964, David Scanlon, an editor, observed that African educational history can be summarized into four periods: (a) Tribal education, (b) Missionary education, (c) Post World War I where colonial governments became involved, and (d) Post World War II preparation for independence (Scanlon 1-4). To these four stages we might add the fifth - the modern era of post-colonial educational reform. In each of these periods the purpose and goals have changed. To understand the needs of reform facing African educators today it is important to understand the traditions that have created the current educational
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