Publishing educational materials in Africa 2
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CTA. 1998. Publishing educational materials in Africa 2. Spore 73. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Publishing educational materials in AfricaThe economics of publishing educational materials in Africa draws on research data from a wide range of African countries. It examines the vital relationship between educational policy makers and educational...
Publishing educational materials in Africa The economics of publishing educational materials in Africa draws on research data from a wide range of African countries. It examines the vital relationship between educational policy makers and educational publishers. By providing an understanding of the publishing process and the roles of the institutions and people within the publishing market, the authors seek to improve this relationship to the benefit of all. This book is essential reading for all who care about education and the future economic viability of publishing within Africa. The diverse picture of the publishing scene in Africa which this study portrays, provides an invaluable update of current problems and approaches. The economics of publishing educational materials in Africa by Walter Bgoya and others, 1997 ISBN 1 901830 02 0 A French edition of this book is available ISBN 1 901830 03 9 Cost effectiveness of publishing education materials in African languages is based on research conducted in five countries in Africa. It breaks new ground on an under-researched aspect of educational policy, by providing case-studies that could be replicated elsewhere in Africa. In order to expand provision of publishing education material in local and national languages, funding, as well as close cooperation between the publishing industries and government agencies, will be needed. Cost effectiveness of publishing education material in African languages edited by Maureen Woodhall 1997 ISBN 1 901830 00 4. A French edition is also available ISBN 1 901830 01 2 Both books distributed by: African Books Collective Ltd. The Jam Factory 27 Park End Street Oxford OX1 1HY UK