Education for life

School girls (Flickr, United Nations Photo, Albert González Farran, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)On the occasion of the international conference ‘Education for Life in Africa’, organized by the Netherlands Association for Africa Studies in The Hague on 19 and 20 May 2017, the ASCL Library has compiled a web dossier on this theme. The conference is dedicated to Goal 4 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): ‘Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning’. 

The web dossier contains recent titles from our Library catalogue (from 2013 onwards), divided into six thematic sections. Each title links to the corresponding record in the online catalogue, which provides abstracts and full-text links (when available). The dossier also contains a number of relevant websites. African textbooks present in our Library (for example, on history and on religion), have not been included in this web dossier.

The dossier is introduced by Dr Akiiki Babyesiza, an expert in higher education, specializing in Sub-Saharan Africa. Dr Babyesiza has been working for CHE Consult (Berlin), a consulting company in the field of strategic higher education management, since May 2017.

Introduction / Access to education and enrolment / Literacy, curriculum and employability / Teaching and learning / Language issues / Educational management, infrastructure and quality control / Selected web resources

Introduction

Africa is the youngest continent, with half of its population under the age of 15. An inclusive and equitable education sector from pre-primary to higher education that can offer opportunities for this rising young population is at the core of the targets of Sustainable Development Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning.

In recent decades, the multilateral initiative Education for All and the education related goals of the Millennium Development Goals have led to substantial changes in the field of education in Africa. Yet, the goal of universal primary education has not been achieved and a high proportion of the world’s out-of-school children are African. While access to primary, secondary and higher education has increased, many other challenges persist with respect to equity and quality. Some of the challenges are connected to how and what children learn at school. One important aspect is the language of instruction, which is usually not the pupils’ mother tongue. Often, the lack of educational success is connected to a lack of proficiency in the language of instruction. Another issue is the role of pedagogy and whether students learn to apply knowledge or just to repeat it. This is, of course, also connected to the quality of the education and training of teachers. Moreover, inequities remain between rural and urban areas with respect to the distribution of schools, particularly secondary schools and higher education institutions.  And there are inequities with regard to gender, ethnicity, disability and refugee status.

These challenges are exacerbated in situations of war and violent conflict, where educational institutions can worsen as well as mitigate conflict. Students can be marginalized by language, teaching content and the politicization of teaching staff. At the same time, educational institutions that offer peace and civic education for students and accelerated learning programmes for former child soldiers can have a positive impact in post-conflict situations.

Whether in times of war or in times of peace, there is need for a more holistic view of education – from pre-primary education to higher education and technical vocational education and training. The higher education sector, for example, has long suffered from neglect due to the strong focus on primary education in international development debates. Due to the social rates of return theory adopted by the World Bank, higher education institutions in Africa were perceived as an unnecessary luxury. These days, politicians and development actors have embraced the interconnectedness of the different educational sectors. Teachers are taught at higher education institutions, so there cannot be successful primary and secondary schools without quality tertiary education. While the number of higher education students in Sub-Saharan Africa doubled between 2000 and 2010, the rate of youth enrolled in higher education is only around 6% (26% is the global average). Furthermore, many scholars, practitioners and politicians believe that the development of a knowledge economy/society, with higher education institutions at its centre, is key to local and global sustainable development.

Akiiki Babyesiza

Access to education and enrolment

Education in Africa : recent dynamics and current situation/ Ton Dietz, Nel de Vink & Wilfried Admiraal. - Leiden : African Studies Centre, 2017. - (ASC themakaart ; 16)

Accounting for gender equality in secondary school enrollment in Africa/ John C. Anyanwu
In: African Development Review: (2016), vol.28, no.2, p.170-191 : fig., graf., tab.

Éducation pour tous, culture et développement : enjeux et perspectives de l'éducation dans l'espace francophone : Actes du 2nd colloque, Réseau africain francophone d'éducation comparée [tenu à Yaoundé du 10 au 12 septembre 2013] / Pierre Fonkoua (ed.) / Réseau africiain francophone d'éducation comparée. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2016. - (Cahiers africains de recherche en éducation ; 9)

Islamic education in Africa : writing boards and blackboards / Robert Launay (ed.). - Bloomington [etc.] : Indiana University Press, 2016book cover 'Islamic education in Africa'

Low educational participation of marginalised children in Botswana's rural and remote schools : interface between cultural, structural and institutional factors/ Annah Molosiwa & Keene Boikhutso
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.2, p.48-63.

Population, éducation et développement au Congo-Brazzaville : actes des [deuxièmes] journées scientifiques des 3 et 4 décembre 2013 [sur "Population et développement", à Brazzaville] / Gertrude Ndeko, Joseph Mbandza, & Daniel Loumouamou (ed.) / Laboratoire de formation et de recherche en population et développement, Brazzaville. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2016

What works in girls' education : evidence for the world's best investment/ Gene B. Sperling, Rebecca Winthrop & Christina Kwauk. - Washington, DC : Brookings Institution Press, 2016

'Time for school'? : school fees, savings clubs and social reciprocity in Uganda/ Richard Vokes & David Mills
In: Journal of Eastern African Studies: (2015), vol.9, no.2, p.326-342.

A study of the right of learners and teachers to quality public education in Zimbabwe / Stephen M. Mahere
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2015), vol. 27, no. 2, p. 307-331.

Access to schooling and staying in school in selected Sub-Saharan African countries/ Mathias Kuépié, David Shapiro & Michel Tenikue
In: African Development Review: (2015), vol.27, no.4, p.403-414 : graf., tab.

Diversity education in South Africa, Mozambique and Namibia: a research agenda / Everard Weber
In: Journal of Namibian Studies: (2015), no. 17, p. 51-70.

Doctoral education in South Africa : policy, discourse and data/ Nico Cloete, Johann Mouton & Charles Sheppard. - Somerset West : African Minds, 2015

Does family background matter for learning in East Africa?/ Sam Jones & Youdi Schipper
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.1, p.7-27 : graf., tab.

Éducation familiale et scolaire dans une société pastorale guinéenne/ Ester Botta Somparé. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015. - (Etudes africaines. Série Education)

Educational infrastructure and resources for sustainable access to schooling and outcomes : the case of early literacy development in Southern Tanzania/ Jacob Marriote Ngwaru & Mary Oluga
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.1, p.88-108 : foto's, tab.

From classrooms to conflict in Rwanda/ Elisabeth King. - New York : Cambridge University Press, 2015

La révolution dans le préscolaire en Afrique : cas de la Guinée-Conakry/ Alfa Oumar Diallo & Jean Lamanthé Feindouno. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015

Le dossier : faire l'école / Hélène Charton & Sarah Fichtner (ed.). - : 2015. - (Politique africaine, no. 139, p. 7-121)

Parental education and children's school and work status in urban Ethiopia : a note on gender bias/ Eskander Alvi & Seife Dendir
In: South African Journal of Economics: (2015), vol.83, no.1, p.101-116 : tab.

Propos sur l'éducation et la culture au Maroc/ Abdallah Belghiti Alaoui. - [S.l.] : [s.n.], 2015

Challenges and issues facing the education system in South Africa / Marekwa Wilfred Legotlo (ed.). - Pretoria : Africa Institute of South Africa, 2014

Dahra : 11 ans, femme Afar, têtue .. / Francesco Sincich & Gilda Della Ragione. - [Paris] : L'Harmattan vidéo [éd., distrib.], 2014. - 1 dvd- vidéo (63 min.). : kleur, gel.

Jeunesse, éducation et changement social/ Elmostafa Haddiya. - [S.l.] : [s.n.], 2014

L'éducation au Cameroun, entre crises et ajustements économiques/ Innocent Fozing. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2014. - (Éducations et sociétés)

Les jeunes filles en Kabylie dans les années 2000 : ces absentes omniprésentes / Mohand Akli Hadibi (ed.). - Oran : Centre de Recherche en Anthropologie Sociale et Culturelle (CRASC), 2014. - (Les cahiers du CRASC ; 31)

Sur les chemins de l'école/ Albert Mamadou Sy. - [Dakar] : Presses universitaires de Dakar (UCAD), 2014

Togo : suivi des objectifs du millénaire pour le développement : 4ème rapport (2014) / Système des Nations Unies au Togo, Lomé; Ministère de la Planification du développment et de l'Aménagement du territoire. - Lomé ; Système des Nations Unies au Togo [etc.] : 2014

A world of their own : a history of South African women's education/ Meghan Healy-Clancy. - Scottsville : University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2013. - (Reconsiderations in Southern African history)

An analysis of women's access to higher education in Zimbabwe/ Precious Guramatunhu-Mudiwa
In: Restoring the educational dream : rethinking educational transformation in Zimbabwe / Edward Shizha (ed.).- Pretoria : Africa Institute of South Africa: (2013), p.234-257 : graf., tab.

Du droit des femmes africaines à l'éducation / Joséphine Bitota Mwamba
In: Éthique & société: (2013), vol. 9, no. 3, p. 359-386.

Enrolment and grade attainment following the introduction of free primary education in Tanzania / Johannes Hoogeveen & Mariacristina Rossi
In: Journal of African Economies: (2013), vol. 22, no. 3, p. 375-393 : graf. , tab.

Famille, éducation et changement social / Badra Moutassem-Mimouni (ed.). - Oran : Centre de Recherche en Anthropologie Sociale et Culturelle (CRASC), 2013. - (Les cahiers du CRASC ; 27)

Issues of human security and educational development in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria / Nwachukwu Prince Ololube, Peter James Kpolovie & Samuel Amaele
In: Africa Education Review: (2013), vol. 10, no. 3, p. 453-482 : fig. , graf. , tab.

Les filles à l'école au Mali : langage, représentations et interactions/ Marie Gaelle Tholé. - Paris : l'Harmattan, 2013. - (Savoir et formation)

Plan intérimaire de l'éducation 2013-2015 / Comoros. Ministère de l'éducation nationale de la formation professionnelle & technique. - [Moroni] : Ministère de l'éducation nationale, 2013

Quality and access to education in urban informal settlements in Kenya/ Moses Ngware & others. - Nairobi : African Population and Health Research Center, 2013

Restoring the educational dream : rethinking educational transformation in Zimbabwe / Edward Shizha (ed.). - Pretoria : Africa Institute of South Africa, 2013

Social transfer programmes and school enrolment in Malawi : a micro-simulation / Malokele Nanivazo
In: African Development Review: (2013), vol. 25, no. 4, p. 663-676 : graf. , tab.

Striving to achieve gender equity in education : a Zimbabwean experience / Owence Chabaya & Enna S. Gudhlanga
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2013), vol. 25, no. 1, p. 123-148 : tab.

The owl of Minerva on a baobab tree, schooling, and African awakening : half a century of post-colonial education for development in Africa / N. 'D. Assié-Lumumba, Ali A. Mazrui, Martial Dembélé, & Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo (ed.). - Leiden [etc.] : Brill, 2013. - (African and Asian studies, ISSN 1569-2094 ; vol. 12, no. 1/2)

The right to education in an evolving democracy: the case of Nigeria / Olaolu S. Opadere
In: East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights: (2013), vol. 19, no. 1, p. 95-117.

Towards achieving gender equality and equity in the provision of education to the girl child in selected secondary schools in Gwanda District / Dingindawo Ncube
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2013), vol. 25, no. 1, p. 1-19.

Literacy, curriculum and employability

"Making history compulsory" : politically inspired or pedagogically justifiable? / M. Noor Davids
In: Yesterday & today: (2016), no. 15, p. 84-102.

Demographic characteristics as determinants of unemployment among university graduates in Nigeria/ Oluyomi S. Pitan & Segun O. Adedeji
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.3-4, p.157-171 : tab.

Education for sustainable development in South Africa: a model case scenario/ K. Teise & A. le Roux
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.3-4, p.65-79.

English Studies: a comparative analysis of trends in South African universities and national universities in Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Botswana, Lesotho and Namibia/ Mbongeni Malaba
In: Critical Arts: (2016), vol.30, no.2, p.171-186.

Entrepreneurship education : enhancing or discouraging graduate start-up at the University of Pretoria/ Melodi Botha & Rochelle Ras
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.2, p.96-114 : graf., tab.

Lack of reading culture and literacy in the Namibian educational system : some propositions for social responsibility / Josephine Ola-Busari
In: Journal of Namibian Studies: (2016), no. 19, p. 91-108.

Library and information science education and training and employabiltiy skills in Zimbabwe / Pedzisai Katuli-Munyoro & Stephen Mutula
In: African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science: (2016), vol. 26, no. 2, p. 131-144 : foto, graf. , tab.

Literacy and education in West Africa : from 'Ajami' to Francophonie/ Ibrahima Diallo
In: Africa Review: (2016), vol.8, no.1, p.60-70.

Orientation scolaire et professionnelle au Gabon : situations, contextes et enjeux/ Carole Mbengone Ekouma. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2016. - (Études africaines. Série education)

Owners of learning : the Nyae Nyae village schools over twenty-five years/ Jennifer Hays. - Basel : Basler Afrika Bibliographien, 2016. - (Basel Namibia studies series, ISSN 2234-9561 ; 16)

Participatory research as a means for greening the curriculum : the case of a bachelor of education degree programme at the University of Zimbabwe / Peter Kwaira
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2016), vol. 28, no. 3, p. 352-369.

The African renaissance and the transformation of the higher education curriculum in South Africa/ Philip Higgs
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.1, p.87-101.

The significance of constructivist classroom practice in national curricular design/ Celia Booyse & Rajendra Chetty
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.1, p.135-149 : ill., tab.

Thoughts about the historiography of veracity or "truthfulness" in understanding and teaching history in South Africa / Elize S. Van Eeden
In: Yesterday & today: (2016), no.15, p. 37-65.

University, knowledge and regional development: factors affecting knowledge transfer in a developing region/ Neba Samuel Fongwa & Lochner Marais
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.3-4, p.191-210 : tab.

Who owns education? : schooling, learning and livelihood for the Nyae Nyae Ju'hoansi / Jennifer Hays
In: Journal of Namibian Studies: (2016), no. 20, p. 37-61 : krt.

A stand-alone, blended or restructured indigenisation approach to curriculum? : a critical perspective/ Degefu Yishak & Mishack Gumbo
In: International Journal of African Renaissance Studies: (2015), vol.10, no.1, p.60-82 : fig.

An anatomy of curriculum innovation failure : the case of political economy in Zimbabwean secondary school sector / Manasa M. Madondo
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2015), vol. 27, no. 3, p. 439-454.

Approches novatrices, savoirs et savoirs-faire endogènes pour une meilleure adéquation école communauté : rapport d'étude/ Daouda Ndiaye / Association pour le Développement de l'Education en Afrique (ADEA). Groupe de Travail sur l'Éducation Non formelle. - [Abidjan] : Association pour le Développement de l'Education en Afrique (ADEA), Groupe de Travail sur l'Éducation Non formelle, 2015

Children's literature and reading : are they promoted in current LIS curricula in South African universities? / Tinashe Mugwisi, Veli Jiyane & Hannalie Knoetze
In: Innovation: (2015), no. 50, p. 85-109 : tab.

Développement d'une approche conceptuelle et méthodologique d'un socle commun de compétence qui intègre le non formel et la vision holistique : rapport d'étude = Development of a conceptual and methodological approach for the common set of core skills which integrates the non-formal and holistic vision : study report/ Amina Yekhlef / Association pour le Développement de l'Education en Afrique (ADEA). Groupe de Travail sur l'Éducation Non formelle. - [Abidjan] : Association pour le Développement de l'Education en Afrique (ADEA), Groupe de Travail sur l'Éducation Non formelle, 2015

Éducation en République Démocratique du Congo : fabrique de cerveaux inutiles ?/ Emile Bongeli Yeikelo Ya Ato. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015

Indigenous knowledge and public education in Sub-Saharan Africa / Munyaradzi Mawere
In: Africa Spectrum: (2015), vol. 50, no. 2, p. 57-71 : tab.

Knowledge for a sustainable world : a Southern African-Nordic contribution / Tor Halvorsen, Hilde Ibsen, & Vyvienne M'kumbuzi (ed.). - Cape Town [etc.] : African Minds [etc.], 2015

Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education / Nico Cloete, Peter Maassen, & Tracy Bailey (ed.). - Somerset West : African Minds, 2015. - (African higher education dynamics series ; 1)

Langue, culture et éducation au Cameroun : entre considérations tendancieuses et hypothèses constructives / Jules Assoumou
In: Abá: (2015), no. 3, p. 53-73.

Mainstreaming English language, mathematics and science in Zimbabwe : some ethical challenges / Fainos Mangena
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2015), vol. 27, no. 1, p. 165-182.

Manuels scolaires, environnement informatif et numérique au service de la lecture : enjeux nouveaux pour une école émergente/ Birahim Thioune. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015

Pro-poor PRIMR : improving early literacy skills for children from low-income families in Kenya/ Benjamin Piper, Evelyn Jepkemei & Kennedy Kibukho
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.1, p.67 -87 : graf., tab.

Profils d'enfants déscolarisés : vive la déscolarisation/ Jamal Khalil. - Casablanca : A. Retnani Éditions la Croisée des Chemins, 2015

Special issue on sustainable rural learning ecologies : border crossing / Sechaba Mahlomaholo & Milton M. Nkoane (ed.). - Dakar : Codesria, 2015. - (Journal of higher education in Africa, vol. 13, no. 1/2)

Towards a meaningful curriculum implementation in South African schools : senior phase teachers' experiences/ Matshidiso Joyce Taole
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.2, p.266-279 : tab.

[History textbooks in Africa]/ Ryota Nishino. - Potchefstroom : School of Human and Social Sciences for Education, Faculty of Education Sciences, North-West University, 2015. - (Yesterday & today, ISSN 2223-0386 ; no. 14)

African indigenous knowledge and the disciplines / Gloria Emeagwali & George J. Sefa Dei (ed.). - Rotterdam [etc.] : Sense Publishers, 2014. - (Anti-Colonial educational perspectives for transformative change ; volume 2)book cover 'African indigenous knowledge...'

Enseignement supérieur, tradition et gouvernance : le cas de l'université Kararouin - Fas/ Mohammed Melyani. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2014. - (Interstices, ISSN 2260-426X ; 4)

L'alphabétisation comme catégorie d'intervention publique au Bénin : aperçu socio-historique/ Aziz Mossi. - Niamey : LASDEL, 2014. - (Études et travaux ; no. 111)

Moving towards curriculum intellectualising in the context of divergent notions of African Scholarship/ Inbanathan Naicker
In: African Studies: (2014), vol.73, no.2, p.228-240.

Réinventer l'université : approches de solutions pour l'emploi des jeunes au Bénin/ Marc Laurent Hazoumê. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2014. - (Études africaines)

Roux-volution : from religious studies to human rights in education for diverse cultural, religious and gender contexts / Petro Du Preez
In: Journal for the study of religion, ISSN 1011-7601 ; vol. 27, no. 1 (2014)

Technical and vocational education for Zimbabwe's rural development : issues and concerns / Washington Mbizvo
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2014), vol. 26, no. 2, p. 207-216 : tab.

The arduous march towards inclusive education in Tanzania : head teachers' and teachers' perspectives / Frida D. Tungaraza
In: Africa Today: (2014), vol. 61, no. 2, p. 109-123 : tab.

The mitigating effect of work-integrated learning on graduate employment in South Africa/ P. Jonck
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.3, p.277-291 : tab.

Towards an argumentative dialogue between local knowledge and official school curriculum : a case of local curriculum in Mozambique/ Jose P. Castiano & Queeneth Mkabela
In: Indilinga African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems: (2014), vol.13, no.1, p.28-40 : tab.

Vocationalisation of secondary education in Zimbabwe : an examination of current policies, options and strategies for the 21st century / Charles M. Nherera
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2014), vol. 26, no. 2, p. 258-266.

Impediment and challenges of innovations in mathematics education in Africa / Nouzha El Yacoubi
In: Africa Education Review: (2013), vol. 10, suppl. 1, p. S75-S88.

Indigenizing knowledge for development: epistemological and pedagogical approaches / Seth Oppong
In: Africanus: (2013), vol. 43, no. 2, p. 34-50.

Integrating health into the language curriculum in multilingual contexts : the case of scientific English in medical faculties in Cameroon / Afutendem Lucas Nkwetta
In: Intel'actuel: (2013), no. 12, p. 65-82 : tab.

Le fil de l'écrit : une anthropologie de l'alphabétisation au Mali/ Aissatou Mbodj-Pouye. - Lyon : ENS Éditions, 2013. - (Sociétés, espaces, temps)book cover 'Le fil de l'écrit'

Philosophy of education and the Africanization of secondary school curriculum in Kenya/ Joe M. Mwinzi & Leonie G. Higgs
In: Indilinga: (2013), vol.12, no.1, p.126-141.

Popular misconceptions of entrepreneurship education in a higher education institution in Niger Delta Region of Nigera / Clara Olele & Chinize Uche
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2013), vol. 25, no. 1, p. 38-60 : tab.

Reengineering postgraduate curricula and its mode of delivery : graduate students' views of modular course delivery at Addis Ababa University/ Solomon Areaya, Ayalew Shibeshi & Daniel Tefera
In: Journal of Higher Education in Africa: (2013), vol.11, no.1/2, p.71-100 : tab.

Revisiting a student-oriented curriculum in the Nigerian secondary school system / R. E. Tawo, B. Arikpo & E. Asuquo
In: Africa Education Review: (2013), vol. 10, no. 2, p. 281-297 : tab.

The local in the global : challenges of teaching global journalism / Yiva Rodny-Gumede
In: Ecquid Novi: (2013), vol. 34, no. 2, p. 128-141.

Teaching and learning

A case study : cultural preferences concerning the willingness of Batswana students to use ICT in distance education at North-West University/ Charlene Du Toit-Brits
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.1, p.37-50.

Behind barbed wire fences : higher education and twenty-first century teaching in Dadaab, Kenya / Farhia A. Abdi
In: Bildhaan: (2016), vol. 16, p. 21-35.

Challenges in the integration of multimedia by History teachers in the North West Province of South Africa/ Susanna Jacoba Bester
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.3-4, p.32-48 : fig.

Continuous professional development: what role and who benefits? : reflections on teacher development in Uganda/ Alice Wabule
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.3-4, p.141-156.

Exploring differences between self-regulated learning strategies of high and low achievers in open distance learning/ Bernadette Geduld
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.1, p.164-181 : tab.

Learners' approaches to solving mathematical tasks: does specialisation matter?/ France Machaba & Willy Mwakapenda
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.3-4, p.172-190 : ill., tab.

Measuring student teachers' attitude and intention toward cell phone use for learning in Nigeria / Ahmed Tajudeen Shittu
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2016), vol. 28, no. 3, p. 449-463 : fig. , tab.

Patterns characterising the teaching and learning practices of religious education in Zimbabwean secondary schools / Vengesai Chimininge & Chikasha Jennifar
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2016), vol. 28, no. 3, p. 415-433.

Pedagogical appropriation of information and communication technologies (ICT) by West African educators/ Kathryn Toure. - Mankon : Langaa Research & Publishing CIG, 2016book cover 'pedagogical appropriation...'

Teachers' own use of reading strategies: does it transfer to their teaching?/ Nanda Klapwijk
In: Language Matters: (2016), vol.47, no.2, p.297-321 : fig., graf., tab.

Teachers' perceptions of their role in the classroom, school and society in Harare Metropolitan Province of Zimbabwe / Stephen M. Mahere
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2016), vol. 28, no. 3, p. 401-414 : tab.

Technology acceptance : examining the intentions of Ghanaian teachers to use computer for teaching / Eugene Okyere-Kwakye, Khalil Md Nor & Andrew C. Ologbo
In: African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science: (2016), vol. 26, no. 2, p. 117-130 : fig. , foto's, tab.

The efficacy of socio-affective teaching strategies in a reading intervention: students' views and opinions/ Naomi Boakye
In: Language Matters: (2016), vol.47, no.3, p.393-414 : fig., tab.

The experience of introducing secure e-assessment in a South African university first-year foundational ICT networking course/ A. Kayode Adesemowo
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.1, p.67-86 : ill., graf.tab.

A call to learning focus in East Africa : Uwezo's measurement of learning in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda/ John Kabutha Mugo
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.1, p.48-66 ; graf., tab.

A philosophy for teaching in this strange place/ Colin Chasi
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.4, p.618-631 : graf.

How to model a child in school? : a dynamic macrosimulation study for Tanzania/ Hannah Schuerenberg-Frosch
In: South African Journal of Economics: (2015), vol.83, no.1, p.117-139 : tab.

Impact of teachers beliefs on mathematics education/ Anass Bayaga, Newman Wadesango & Ongayi Vongai Wadesango
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.2, p.280-293 : tab.

La didactique du conte : contribution pédagogique à l'étude du conte dans l'espace sénégalais/ Mor Talla Diallo. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015. - (Collection Palabres africaines)

La professionnalisation par l'expérience des enseignants sans formation initiale au Gabon/ Guy Moussavou. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015. - (Études africaines. Série Education)

Manuels de lecture et initiation littéraire au Sénégal et en Guinée/ Birahim Thioune. - Dakar : L'Harmattan, 2015

Pedagogical shift in the twenty-first century : preparing teachers to teach with new technologies/ Agnes Chigona
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.3, p.478-492.

Recycling errors in the language classroom / Simon Lumbu, Talita Christine Smit & Miriam Hamunyela
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2015), vol. 4, no. 1 & 2, p. 277-284 : fig.

Reflective journaling : a tool for teacher professional development/ Lorna M. Dreyer
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.2, p.331-344.

School head leadership style and its perceived influence on teachers' performance in Bikita district rural secondary schools of Masvingo Province / V. I. Oyedele, C. Chapwanya & D. J. Fonnah
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2015), vol. 27, no. 3, p. 409-438 : graf. , tab.

Teacher education systems in Africa in the digital era / Bade Adegoke & Adesoji Oni (ed.). - Dakar : CODESRIA, 2015book cover 'Teacher education systems ...'

Teacher educators professional journeys: pedagogical and systemic issues affecting role perceptions/ Martin Braund|
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.2, p.309-330 : tab.

Teacher professional development programmes in MST for developing contexts/ Angela James
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.2, p.145-160 : tab.

The effects of cooperative learning on the performance of grade 11 Mathematics learners in the Oshana educational region, Namibia / Frans N. Haimbodi, Choshi D. Kasanda & Hileni M. Kapenda
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2015), vol. 4, no. 1 & 2, p. 243-252 : tab.

The English reading proficiency of future teachers in Ghana/ Lieke Stoffelsma & John H. A. L. de Jong
In: Nordic Journal of African Studies: (2015), vol.24, no.2, p.94-117 : graf., tab.

The practices of student network as cooperative learning in Ethiopia/ Weldemariam Nigusse Reda & Girmay Tsegay Hagos
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.4, p.696-712 : graf., tab.

The quality of teaching and learning of BCom honours degree students at an open distance learning university in South Africa/ Sumei van Antwerpen
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.4, p.680-695 : graf., tab.

Towards a model for international collaboration and partnerships in teacher education in Africa: education for sustainable development in South Africa/ Esther Kibuka-Sebitosi
In: International Journal of African Renaissance Studies - Multi-, Inter- and Transdisciplinarity: (2015), vol.10, no.2, p.104-124 : fig., foto, tab.

An in-service programme for introducing an ethno-mathematical approach to mathematics teachers/ David Mogari
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.3, p.348-364 : fig.

Can your child read and count? : measuring learning outcomes in East Africa / Sam Jones & others
In: Journal of African Economies: (2014), vol. 23, no. 5, p. 643-672.

Causes and management of job stress among selected teachers in Cameroon / Fritz Ilongo
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2014), vol. 3, no. 1 & 2, p. 1-12.

Corporal punishment and the pain provoked by the community of enquiry pedagogy in the university classroom/ Karin Murris
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.2, p.219-235.

Examining the invisible loop: tutors in large scale teacher development programmes/ Sarah Bansilal
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.3, p.329-347 : fig., tab.

Exploring the use of Technology textbooks in medium- and well-resourced school contexts in South Africa/ M. S. Ramaligela, E. Gaigher & A. Hattingh
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.2, p.183-200 : fig., tab.

Formation initiale des maîtres en Guinée et enjeux de la scolarisation primaire universelle/ Baba Diané. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2014

Islamische Bildung in Benin : Lehrer als Akteure des Wandels/ Andrea Peters. - Mainz : Institut für Ethnologie und Afrikastudien, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, 2014. - (Arbeitspapiere ; Nr. 145)

L'éducation à la prévention du Sida dans les classes de sciences : ce qu'en disent les enseignantes du secondaire au Gabon/ Liliane Mbazogue-Owono. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2014. - (Études africaines)

La formation continue des enseignants de premier degré à l'Approche par les compétences de base (APC) : cas de la province de la Ngounié / Julien Ibouanga
In: Revue gabonaise de recherche en éducation: (2014), no. 3, p. 31-79 : tab.

Les futurs enseignants à l'épreuve du terrain / Zoubida Rabahi-Senouci & Nouria Benghabrit-Remaoun
In: Insaniyat: (2014), no. 65-66, p. 259-280 : graf. , tab.

Les instituteurs dans la société gabonaise/ Hermine Matari. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2014. - (Études africaines)

Passion for teaching: a perspective for South African teachers/ Seake Harry Rampa
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.3, p.386-404 : fig.

Strategies for teaching and managing large classes in university / Emmanual O. Adu & Anass Bayaga
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2014), vol. 26, no. 3, p. 281-304 : tab.

The implementation and development of science process skills in the natural sciences: a case study of teachers' perceptions/ Johannes Ambross, Les Meiring & Sylvan Blignaut
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.3, p.459-474.

Être enseignant en Afrique aujourd'hui : héritage, défis, perspectives/ Fleur Nadine Mvondo Mvondo. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2013book cover 'Etre enseignant en Afrique... "

Facebook and public debate : an informal learning tool for the youth / Nathalie Hyde-Clarke
In: Journal of African Media Studies: (2013), vol. 5, no. 2, p. 131-148.

Namibian teachers' understanding of education for all issues / Roderick Fulata Zimba
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2013), vol. 2, no. 1, p. 169-186 : tab.

Positioning Kiswahili video-films as a pedagogical institution / Vicensia Shule
In: African Studies Bulletin / Leeds University Centre for African Studies: (2013/14), no. 75, p. 65-79.

Quality education in Nigeria : the imperative of teacher motivation and job satisfaction/ E. Olu Abiala. - Ibadan : Solemilia Resources Centre (SRC), 2013

Quality enhancement in teacher education : Tanzanian teacher educators' conceptions and experiences/ Colonel Chambulila / Åbo akademi, 1918-; Åbo akademi, 1918-. Pedagogiska fakulteten. - Åbo : Åbo Akademi University Press, 2013

Seeking an alternative approach to teaching scenographic theory and practice : the university of Zimbabwe theatre legacy / Nkululeko Sibanda
In: African Performance Review: (2013), vol. 7, no. 2, p. 35-53.

Teachers' engagement at work in a developing country / Gérard Lassibille
In: Journal of African Economies: (2013), vol. 22, no. 1, p. 52-72 : tab.

Teachers' knowledge, identification and remediation of writing problems in Botswana's government-aided primary schools / Arua E. Arua & Margaret Biakolo
In: Marang: (2013), vol. 23, p. 75-90 : ill.

Teaching Africa : a guide for the 21st-century classroom / Brandon D. Lundy & Solomon Negash (ed.). - Bloomington, IN [etc.] : Indiana University Press, 2013

Teaching and learning in context : why pedagogical reforms fail in sub-Saharan Africa/ Richard Tabulawa. - Dakar : CODESRIA, 2013

Teaching practice and the quality dilemma : lessons from experiences of student teachers in Masvingo Province / Rumbidzai Mashava & Agrippa Chingombe
In: Africa Education Review: (2013), vol. 10, suppl. 1, p. S134-S148.

Teaching practice at the University of Namibia : quo vadis / Aletta Scott
In: Africa Education Review: (2013), vol. 10, suppl. 1, p. S149-S158.

The use of contextualised teaching and learning in grade 11 and 12 mathematics classrooms in Gobabis, Namibia / Eben K. Makari & Choshi Darius Kasanda
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2013), vol. 2, no. 1, p. 73-86 : fig. , tab.

Language issues

Language and development in Africa : perceptions, ideologies and challenges/ H. Ekkehard Wolff. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2016book cover 'Language and development in Africa'

Language issues in the teaching and learning domain at some Southern African Universities / Gregory Kamwendo & Thabile Mbatha (ed.). - Helsinki : Helsinki University Press, 2016. - (Nordic journal of African studies, ISSN 1459-9465 ; vol. 25, no. 2)

Language matters! : exploring Promise's use of pedagogic strategies in her mathematics classroom/ Jayaluxmi Naidoo
In: Language Matters: (2016), vol.47, no.3, p.372-392 : ill.

Langues africaines dans un contexte urbain : la situation du continent et le cas du Sénégal et de la Tanzanie / Viola Krebs, Namory Diakhaté & Kemi Tibaijuka
In: Droit et cultures: (2016), no. 72, p. 155-178 : krt. , tab.

Literacy through a foreign language and children's rights to education : an examination of Kenya's medium of instruction policy/ Sure Kembo & Nathan O. Ogechi
In: Nordic Journal of African Studies: (2016), vol.25, no.1, p.92-106.

Barriers associated with the use of English in the teaching of technology in grade 9 at some schools in Eastern Cape Province/ Moses Makgato
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.2, p.180-192.

Breaking African language boundaries: student teachers' reflections on translanguaging practices/ Leketi Makalela
In: Language Matters: (2015), vol.46, no.2, p.275-292 : tab.

Didactique du français de spécialité dans les écoles de formation à vocation technologiques : cas de l'École Normale Supérieure d'Enseignement Technique de l'Université de Douala / Ethé Ndibnu-Messina
In: Abá: (2015), no. 3, p. 30-52 : tab.

Écoles rurales électroniques en langues africaines : expérimentation au Cameroun et orientation politique panafricaine / Maurice Tadadjeu (ed.). - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015

L'insertion des langues camerounaises dans le système éducatif/ Antoine Owona. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015

Language anxiety caused by the single mode of instruction in multilingual classrooms : the case of African language learners/ S. Madonsela
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.3, p.447-459.

Language of learning and teaching in a multilingual school environment: what do teachers think?/ Christa Van der Walt & Nanda Klapwijk
In: Language Matters: (2015), vol.46, no.2, p.293-318 : graf., tab.

The replacement of Swahili medium of instruction by English from grade 5 in Zanzibar : from complementary to contradictory/ Haroun Ayoub Maalim
In: Nordic Journal of African Studies: (2015), vol.24, no.1, p.45-62.

Indigenous African languages as agents of change in the transformation of higher education institutions in South Africa : Unisa/ Pinkie Phaahla
In: Nordic Journal of African Studies: (2014), vol.23, no.1, p.31-56 : tab.

Influence of indigenous language on the mastery of scientific concepts and vocabulary : a review and analysis of the literature / Stuart Greenhalgh & Overson Shumba
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2014), vol. 26, no. 2, p. 185-206.

Languages in Africa : multilingualism, language policy, and education / Elizabeth C. Zsiga, One Tlale Boyer, & Ruth Kramer (ed.). - Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press, 2014. - (Georgetown University round table on languages and linguistics series ; 2013)

La culture à l'école primaire camerounaise : l'enseignement dans les sociétés plurilingues/ Julia Ndibnu-Messina Ethe. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2013. - (Théories et critique)

The missing link in the medium of instruction controversy : voices of pupils and teachers / Morrin Phiri, Darmarris Kaguda & Dumoluhle Mabhena
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2013), vol. 25, no. 2, p. 217-239.

Educational management, infrastructure and quality control

Change management in TVET colleges : lessons learnt from the field of practice / Kedibone Boka, Andrew Paterson, & André Kraak (ed.). - Cape Town : African Minds, 2016

Compiling an evidence-based improvement plan for the support of distance-education students at a southern African university/ Bothephana Makhakhane, Annette C. Wilkinson & Charity N. Ndeya-Ndereya
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.1, p.20-36 : ill., tab.

E-learning and technologies for open distance learning in Management Accounting/ Trust Kashora, Huibrecht M. van der Poll & John A. van der Poll
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.1, p.1-19 : graf., tab.

One leader, one school and an atypical South African educational landscape : the pedagogical viability of a shared technology project/ Leentjie van Jaarsveld, P. J. Mentz & Johannes L. van der Walt
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.1, p.51-66 : tab.

School leadership in West Africa: findings from a systematic literature review/ Tony Bush & Derek Glover
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.3-4, p.80-103.

The dearth of international Baccalaureate schools across Africa/ Tristan Bunnell
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.2 , p.181-195 : tab.

The future and relevance of Nigerian universities and other tertiary institutions / Michael O. Faborode & Omano Edigheji (ed.). - Dakar : TrustAfrica, 2016

Towards responsible massification: some pointers for supporting lecturers/ Ruth M. Albertyn, Pauline Machika & Christel Troskie-de Bruin
In: Africa Education Review: (2016), vol.13, no.3-4, p.49-64 : tab.

A critical analysis of using student evaluation feedback to enhance students' experience of teaching and learning : closing the loop / Ngepathimo Kadhila & Francis S. Nyathi
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2015), vol. 4, no. 1 & 2, p. 1-9 : tab.

Amenable performance management in higher education : integrating principles of agency and stewardship theories/ Sadi Mokhaneli Seyama
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.4, p.664-679 : graf.

Benefit incidence analysis of government spending on public-private partnership schooling under universal secondary education policy in Uganda/ J. Wokadala & M. Barungi
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.3, p.381-397 : graf., tab.

Classes moyennes et marché de l'enseignement supérieur : aspirations et stratégies en contextes d'incertitudes/ Harouna Sy. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015book cover 'Classes moyennes... '

Decentralization and primary education service delivery : an assessment of two woredas in the Oromo nationality zone, Amhara National Regional State, Ethiopia / M. Venkataraman & Eyob Keno
In: African and Asian Studies: (2015), vol. 14, no. 3, p. 165-188.

Financing tertiary education under fiscal stress in Botswana/ Emmanuel Botlhale
In: Africa Education Review: (2015), vol.12, no.4, p.647-663 : graf., tab.

L'école sénégalaise : faut-il totalement désespérer?/ Cheikh Fam. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015

L'Université de Kinshasa en quête de repères/ Thomas Mawanzi Manzenza. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2015. - (Études africaines. Politique)

Private universities in Zimbabwe : the case of Africa University / Rukudzo Murapa
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2015), vol. 27, no. 2, p. 240-254.

Quality and equitable education in primary and secondary schools in Zimbabwe / Irene Muzvidziwa
In: Journal of Social Development in Africa: (2015), vol. 30, no. 2, p. 111-128.

The African university in the 21st century : the quest for self-financing in the Zimbabwe Open University / Kuzvinetsa P. Dzvimbo
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2015), vol. 27, no. 2, p. 187-203 : fig.

The rising demand for higher education : the case of women's university in Africa / Charles Muchemwa Nherera
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2015), vol. 27, no. 2, p. 221-239 : tab.

University governance in (post-)conflict Southern Sudan 2005-2011 : the nexus of Islamism, new public management and neopatrimonialism/ Akiiki Babyesiza. - Wiesbaden : Springer Science and Business Media, 2015. - (Organization & public management)book cover 'University governance ... '

Decision-making models in a Tunisian university : towards a framework for analysis/ I. Khefacha & L. Belkacem
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.4, p.584-613 : fig., graf., tab.

Des écoles primaires efficaces : étude de leurs déterminants à Kisangani/ Albert Kamba Eyanganunga. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2014. - (Études africaines, Série education)

Dutch cooperation programmes to strengthen post-secondary education and training in Africa (1996-2013)/ Ad Boeren, Ton Dietz, Charlotte Simons & Nel de Vink. - Leiden : African Studies Centre, 2014. - (ASC themakaart ; 10)

Educational management in Africa : papers in honour of Professor John Iheukwumere Nwankwo / Benedict O. Emunemu & F. S. Akinwumi (ed.). - Ibada : Department of Educational Management, University of Ibadan, 2014

Is the school governing body a determining factor in the under-performance of secondary schools in the Western Cape province, South Africa? Issues and perspectives/ Amiena Bayat, Wynand Louw & Ravinder Rena
In: Africa Review / African Studies Association of India: (2014), vol.6, no.2, p.121-137 : tab.

La qualité de l'éducation dans les écoles secondaires et centres professionnels salésiens de Lubumbashi : résultats d'une enquête/ Titus Mwamba Kalemba. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2014. - (Études africaines)book cover 'La qualité de l'éducation ... '

Principals' views on challenges of their school governance roles/ Mgadla Isaac Xaba & Velaphi Aaron Nhlapo
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.3, p.424-444.

Professional development of principals : a path to effective secondary school administration in Nigeria/ Emmanuel C. Ibara
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.4, p.674-689.

Programme design and credit weighting in tertiary institutions in Zimbabwe: meeting minimum quality assurance standards / Pedzisai Mashiri
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2014), vol. 3, no. 1 & 2, p. 126-135.

Providing productive and sustainable (ODL) in (SADC) member states: first things first / Hilton Chikuya
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2014), vol. 3, no. 1 & 2, p. 213-224.

Special issue on academic freedom in Africa = Numéro spécial sur liberté académique en Afrique / CODESRIA, Dakar. - Dakar : Codesria, 2014. - (Journal of higher education in Africa, vol. 12, no. 2)

Special issue on higher education leadership and management / CODESRIA, Dakar. - Dakar : Codesria, 2014. - (Journal of higher education in Africa, vol. 12, no. 1)

Technical efficiency and productivity of primary schools in Uganda/ Bruno L. Yawe. - Nairobi : African Economic Research Consortium, 2014. - (AERC research paper ; 277)

The integration of ICT into education and training systems in Africa : the cases of Argentina, Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Paraguay, Senegal, Tunisia and Uruguay = l'intégration des TIC dans les systèmes d'éducation et de formation en Afrique. Expériences de l'Argentine, du Burkina Faso, de la Côte d'Ivoire, du Paraguay, du Sénégal, de la Tunisie et de l'Uruguay / Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA). ICT Task Force. - Tunis : Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) [etc], 2014

The legal framework for establishing private universities in Swaziland/ C. V. Mbanze & S. A. Coetzee
In: Africa Education Review: (2014), vol.11, no.3, p.475-490.

Twenty years of education : transformation in Gauteng 1994-2014 : an independent review / Felix Maringe & Martin Prew (ed.). - Somerset West : African Minds, 2014

'... University is ISO 9000:2008 certified' : neoliberal echoes, knowledge production and quality assurance in Kenyan state universities/ Ishmael I. Munene
In: Journal of Higher Education in Africa: (2013), vol.11, no.1/2, p.161-182 : graf., tab.

A proposed framework for best practice in quality assurance in Namibian Higher education institutions / Ngepathimo Kadhila, Francis Sifiso Nyathi & Louis Van der Westhuizen
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2013), vol. 2, no. 1, p. 187-217 : fig. , tab.

Aspiring Vice-Chancellors' rhetoric and the challenges of building a 21st century Nigerian University / Olayiwola Timothy Akinwale & Adeyemi Adegoju
In: Legon Journal of the Humanities: (2013), vol. 24, p. 93-117 : tab.

Collaboration for the effective and efficient management of school financial resources / Raj Mestry & Vanitha Govindasamy
In: Africa Education Review: (2013), vol. 10, no. 3, p. 431-452.

Education in Sub-Saharan Africa : comparing faith-inspired, private secular, and public schools/ Quentin Wodon. - Washington, DC : The World Bank, 2013

Establishing a university records management programme: a case study of the University of Namibia / Violet Matangira, Mercia Katjiveri-Tjiuoro & Ndahambelela Hertha Lukileni
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2013), vol. 2, no. 2, p. 103-117 : tab.

Female leadership dilemmas in primary schools : a case study of primary schools in Harare Province in Zimbabwe / Tichaona Mapolisa
In: Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research: (2013), vol. 25, no. 2, p. 261-276.

Funding higher education in Africa : state, trends and perspectives/ Damtew Teferra
In: Journal of Higher Education in Africa: (2013), vol.11, no.1/2, p.19-51 : graf., tab.

Massification of university education in Nigeria : private participation and cost challenges / S. Ahunanya, U. Chineze & I. Nnennaya
In: Africa Education Review: (2013), vol. 10, no. 1, p. 65-79 : tab.

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) and green economy transition : feasibility assessment for African higher education/ Godwell Nhamo
In: Journal of Higher Education in Africa: (2013), vol.11, no.1/2, p.101-119: ill.graf.tab.

Private higher education in Africa : the case of Monash South Africa / G. Setswe
In: Africa Education Review: (2013), vol. 10, no. 1, p. 97-110.

Public policy and the quest for expansion of access through private universities in Nigeria (1999-2012) / Isaac N. Obasi, Rosemary C. Akuchie & Susan N. Obasi
In: Cahiers africains d'administration publique: (2013), no. 80, p. 205-222 : tab.

Réglementation et performance : l'enseignement supérieur privé au Congo/ Etienne Koulakoumouna. - Paris : L'Harmattan, 2013. - (Mouvements économiques et sociaux)

Student evaluation at Windhoek College of Education: evidence of quality assurance to improve teaching and learning / Sakaria M. Iipinge
In: Journal for studies in humanities and social sciences: (2013), vol. 2, no. 1, p. 87-93.

Selected web resources

UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) - Education in Africa
The UIS develops indicators to help governments, donors and UN partners better address educational challenges. The Institute produces data on issues such as enrolment, pupil progression and teaching conditions.  
http://uis.unesco.org/en/topic/education-africa

IIEP - UNESCO : Pôle de Dakar
The Pôle de Dakar of the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) is a centre of expertise in education and training. It produces, among other things, country status reports on education.
https://www.iipe-poledakar.org/en
https://www.iipe-poledakar.org/fr

ADEA (Association for the Development of Education in Africa / Association pour le Développement de l’Education en Afrique)
The Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) is a pan-African institution, established in 1988. It is primarily a forum for educational policy dialogue.
http://www.adeanet.org/en
http://www.adeanet.org/fr

Worldbank / Banque mondiale
Given that education is fundamental to development and growth, the World Bank engages in the promotion of learning for all.
http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/feature/2016/03/10/education-quality-measuring-learning-outcomes-in-francophone-africas-primary-schools
http://www.banquemondiale.org/fr/news/feature/2016/03/10/education-quality-measuring-learning-outcomes-in-francophone-africas-primary-schools

South African Journal of Education (SAJE)
Official journal of the Education Association of South Africa (EASA).
http://www.sajournalofeducation.co.za/index.php/saje

Journal of Student Affairs in Africa (JSAA)
Publishes scholarly research and reflective discussions about the theory and practice of student affairs in Africa.
https://www.ajol.info/index.php/jssa