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|Implications of evolving economic Ideology and higher education access policy for Africa, 1960- 2010||Omwami, Edith Mukudi||2015|
|Institutional ranking in a differentiated higher education in South Africa||Ntshoe, I.M; Selesho, J.M.||2014|
|Valuing teaching in University academic promotions||Subbaye, Reshma; Vithal, Renuka; North, Delia||2013|
|Performance Contracting as a Paradigm Shift in the Utilization of Teaching & Learning Resources. Perceptions of Tutors from selected Technical Institutes in Kenya.||Mosomi, Biutha||2014|
|We want to do it ourselves: Ideal and actual learning in South African education and training||Inskip, Chris||2013|