Educational Technology for Developing Countries
by H. Dieuzeide - 1974
Most assessments of the spectacular expansion of world education are on the whole scarcely encouraging. They tend to show quality sadly lagging behind increasing quantity, inadequate output, both internal and external doubts, and moral crisis. Attention is also drawn to the growing rift between the educational system and a society which is (a) breaking the school's monopoly as the source of knowledge, (b) developing through communication media new relationships between man and the world, and (c) obliging all men to continue their education throughout their professional and civic life.
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