AHERO is an open access archive of texts that focus on the study, practice and governance of higher education in Africa.
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|Higher education in Ethiopia: expansion, quality assurance and institutional autonomy||Akalu, Girmaw Abebe||2014|
|Student representation and multiparty politics in African higher education||Thierry M, Luescher-Mamashela; Mugume, Taabo||2014|
|Towards a conceptual framework for understanding student dropout from HEIs||Ramrathan, L||2014|
|A comparative time review of recruitment and retention at a University in South Africa||Moeketsi, Rosemary; Mgutshini, Tennyson||2014|
|Will Skills Save Us? Rethinking the Relationships between Vocational Education, Skills Development Policies, and Social Policy in South Africa||Allais, Stephanie||2012|