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Higher Education in Ghana
In discussing the future of Africa, it seems appropriate from the outset to realize that scientific prediction, with any degree of accuracy over the long haul, is almost impossible. One need only toExpand
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Appraisal of the Individual
THAT standardized objective educational and psychological tests continued to be the most widely used approach to the appraisal of the individual has been clearly indicated by a general review of theExpand
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The Expansion of Educational Opportunity in Europe: Measures Taken to Democratize Education
IN THE current debate on education, a reform persistently advocated is the adoption of one or another of the practices that differentiate European schools and universities from our own. In fact, anExpand
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Police managers and their perceptions of higher education
Abstract The authors investigate beliefs held by police chiefs pertinent to higher education in the United States. Three distinct attitude patterns are derived empirically, which have implicationsExpand
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National Development and Higher Education in Ghana.
Institutionsof higher education in Ghana are, essentially, elitist in nature. Certain traditional linkages with British models of university operation account for this condition and help contributeExpand
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Science and Technology in European Universities