Governments not making education a priority – AU report, University World News

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Africa, human capital, economic growth

Wachira Kigotho unpacks the African Union’s hard-hitting AU Outlook on Education Report 2014, which accuses governments of not making education a priority, and a related study that charts expansion and reversing of the gender gap in higher education in the Maghreb.   –    Two aspects of the ‘American Dream’ have been sold abroad – the instrumentalist idea that education provides tools to achieve success (money) and a more liberal notion that stresses a broader view of the value of education, writes Jason Scorza in Commentary. Both are needed to give students a good chance in a competitive world.”

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