Nation-Building in Africa: Challenges to Education
by Wilton Dillon - 1960
Out of all the ideological, organizational, and financial issues to be faced in devising education for new nations and regional African coalitions, there are at least two related sets of major problems to which American social research and education may make a contribution. The first deals with the need to clarify the aims of education for Africans in their new technological and political environments. The second is the question of how education, by providing technical skills and incentives, can give new dignity to manual and machine labor and thus contribute to increased industrial and agricultural productivity.
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