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|Curriculum reform in higher education in South Africa: how academics respond
||Muller, Johan; Ogude, Nthabiseng
|The role of higher education in poverty eradication in Uganda: the experience of Makerere University through innovations at Makerere Committee
|Towards making university education relevant to social needs through curriculum reviews.
|Creating educational foundations in developing countries: knowledge challenges for the tertiary education of secondary school teachers in Malawi
||Maluwa-Banda, Dixie; MacJessie-Mbewe, Samson
|Psychology brewed in an African pot: indigenous philosophies and the quest for relevance
||Bandawe, Chiwoza R.
|Curriculum and democracy: implication of the linkage on today's basic education curriculum.
||Ocheng, Mary, T.K.
|Quality of education delivery: trainers' perspectives in universities of Calabar and Uyo, Nigeria.
||Archibong, Ijeoma A.; Bassey, S. U.; Oshiomu, Augustine O.
|Curriculum responses to a changing national and global environment in an African context
||Ekong, Donald; Cloete, Nico
|Reflections on curriculum reform at the University of Dar es Salaam
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