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|Higher education trends in Eritrea-some implications
|Problems of seeding and harvesting higher education in postcolonial Ghana: historical antecedents and contemporary trends
||Akurang-Parry, Kwabena O.
|Trends in student use of ICTs in higher education in South Africa.
||Brown, Cheryl; Czerniewicz, Laura
|The University in Africa and Democratic Citizenship: Hothouse or Training Ground?
||Thierry M Luescher-Mamashela; S Kiiru, R Mattes, A M Mwollo-ntallima; N, Ng’ethe; M, Romo.
|The Demand for Tertiary Education in South Africa
||Brandson, Nicola; Liebbrandt, Murray; Zuze, Tia
|The price of higher education: how rational is British tuition fee policy?
|Who Will Pay and Who benefits from Ecuador’s new free higher education?
|Beyond reforms: the politics of higher education transformation in Africa
||Aina, Tade Akin
|Public sociology and the transformation of the university
||Anthea, Metcalfe; Jacklyn, Cock
|Tuition fees and the challenge of making higher education a popular commodity in South Africa
||Ouma, Gerald Wangenge
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