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A critique of centralized curricula in literacy programs: the case of Botswana
(JAAL, http://www.reading.org, 2002-05)
In Botswana a centralized curriculum is characteristic of many government-sponsored literacy programs. It denotes concentration of decision-making authority at the top of the organizational hierarchy. Adult literacy, like ...
Gender perceptions of the Botswana Literacy Programme among the minorities in the Chobe District
(BNR, http://www.botsoc.org.bw, 1998)
This paper discusses a gender analysis of the perceptions of the Basubiya in North Western Botswana towards participation and utilization of the Botswana National Literacy Programme (NLP). The need to determine the effects ...
Adult Education and social transformation in the South: the Botswana experience
(JCHE, http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/ujch20, 2010-11-23)
The article argues that, historically, universities have served a select few individuals as part of modernist not transformative agenda. This highly selective process guarantees students good life. The article argues that ...