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oa East African Geographical Review - Some thoughts on teaching school geography in East Africa for general education

 

Abstract

The problem of educated youth have made educators and concerned citizen in the world think seriously about the place of the organised disciplines of knowledge in education. In independent Africa the impetus for this interest has received renewed vigour after the achievement of political independence. Africans have become aware, among other things, of the need for producing not only large numbers of educated personnel and professionals, but also for producing well educated responsible citizens, who may enable our countries to face the demands of life in a highly precarious and rapidly changing world.

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1973-05-01
2016-12-08
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