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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|Is the decline and fall of South African universities looming?||Butler-Adam, J||2015|
|The effectiveness of a teacher professional learning programme: The perceptions and performance of mathematics teachers||Ndlovu, Mdutshekelwa||2014|
|Challenges facing physiotherapy education in Africa||Frantz, Jose||2007|
|How the west was one: The western as individualist, the african as communitarine||Metz, Thaddeus||2014|
|Africanising institutional culture: what is possible and plausible||Metz, Thaddeus||2015|