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|Public and private univerisites in Kenya: new challenges, issues and achievements
||Mwiria, Kilemi; Ng'ethe, Njuguna; Ngome, Charles; Ouma-Odero, Douglas; Wawire, Violet; Wesonga, Daniel
|Higher education quality assurance in Sub-Saharan Africa: status, challenges, opportunities and promising practices
|Economic growth and the need for expanded tertiary education in Ghana
||Ayisi, Gabriel A.
|On student access and equity in a reforming university: Makerere in the 1990s and beyond.
||Kwesiga, Joy C.; Ahikire, Josephine
|Distinguishing the Field of Educational Technology.
|The influence of the socio-political setting on university development: the Ugandan experience.
||Mugerwa, Eric B.
|Repositioning the Role and Pedagogy of Teachers in Higher Education in the Context of Privatisation: The Case of Makerere University, Uganda
||Nakabugo, Mary Goretti
|The need for a strong and effective public-private partnership in the provision of higher education in Uganda.
|The professionalism of professors at German Fachhochshulen
|West African higher education reforms
|Widening participation in higher education in Ghana and Tanzania
|Symbolism and substance: towards an understanding of change and continuity in South African higher education