Students' mathematics self-concept and motivation to learn mathematics: relationship and gender differences among Kenya's secondary-school students in Nairobi and Rift Valley provinces
Nyingi Githua, B.; Gowland Mwangi, J.
Can free primary education meet the needs of the poor?: evidence from Malawi
Kadzamira, E.; Rose, P.
The tough choice at high school door: an investigation of the factors that lead students to general or vocational schools
The provision of a health promoting environment for HIV/AIDS education: the case of Namibian senior secondary schools
Campbell, B.; Lubben, F.
The African Renaissance, NEPAD and skills formation: An identification of key policy tensions
Dilemmas in the delivery of development assistance
Moore, A.; Chapman, D.W.
Aid partnerships and learning: UK and Japanese projects in Ghana
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African-American children at church: a sociocultural perspective - Wendy L Haight, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2002, ISBN 0 521 00345 8 (paperback); 0 521 79210 X (hardback) pages xi+228, one index, £14.95 (pbk), £40 (hdbk)
Voices of authority: education and linguistic difference - Monica Heller and Marilyn Martin-Jones (eds); (2001); Ablex Publishing,Westport CT; ISBN 1-56750-531-7
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Post-school education and the transition from state socialism - edited by James Muckle and W. John Morgan, Continuing Education Press, University of Nottingham Press, 2001, ISBN 1 85041 093 3, xxii + 216pp, £34.95
After school work in Mexico: competing for children's time and success? - by W. Kandel and D. Post. International Journal of Educational Development 23 (3) pp. 299-314 (2003)