Fifty years of collaboration and partnership in teacher education and perennial decline in the quality of primary education: Where is the problem?
Sifuna, Daniel N.
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Teacher education like other sectors of African education was not given much prominence by colonial administrations. It that regard, the shortage of teachers became among the greatest obstacles to the expansion of education and was closely associated with the declining standards of education in most countries following the achievement of independence in the sixties My remarks highlight the lack of policy focus in teacher education and quality, some challenges of reform in teacher education, indictors of poor quality of primary education and future direction