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By J.F. Ade Ajayi

There were associations of upper studying for hundreds of years in Africa, however the extraordinary progress has taken position within the final fifty years, first within the later days of colonialism after which within the heady days of independence and commodity increase. with out them, there may were no development.

The 3 hugely extraordinary authors have written the 1st finished review of universities and better schooling in Africa south of the Sahara. As might be noticeable from their biographies, they draw on event from either francophone and anglophone Africa and from educating in either the sciences and the arts.

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