New Perspectives on Quality Education in Sub-Sahara Africa

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Over recent decades, national and international policy actors together with teachers, parents, community leaders, and faith-based organizations have made great progress in providing access to education. Today around the world, more children are in school than ever before. Yet being in school is not enough. These exceptional improvements in expansion of access to schooling require a sustained effort to ensure the quality of education provided in schools. This series presents new findings on dimensions of quality education in the context of Sub-Sahara Africa. The authors in this series have conducted their research in the context of the International Master Program of Educational Quality in Developing Countries (IMPEQ) at the University of Bamberg in partnership with the Protestant University of Rwanda, the Free University of the Great Lakes Region in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Evangelical University of Cameroon. The research was made possible through the funding from Bread for the World – the Development and Relief Agency of the Protestant Churches in Germany. The monographs in this series highlight the importance of continuous teacher education and, most importantly, the centrality of efficient leadership for fostering educational policies and practices that meet the needs of all students.
Participating institution
Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Pädagogik, Germany
Protestant Institute of Arts and Sciences (PIASS), Butare-Huye, Rwanda
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