Education for Development or Underdevelopment?: Guyana's Educational System and its Implications for the Third World

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How critical is education in the development struggle of a third world country? Responding to popular demands for more accessible education, the Guyanese government instituted numerous educational reforms, hoping to promote economic growth in both the modern and the traditional sectors of the economy. Many in the traditional sector, however, saw education as a means of economic advancement, and sought increasingly to move into higher social strata through employment in the modern sector. Consequently, the civil service and ...

Education for Development or Underdevelopment?: Guyana's Educational System and Its Implications for the Third World 1980, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, ON

ISBN-13: 9780889200852

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