Education in Revolutionary Africa
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The author examines the problems in organising national systems of education which would enable the teacher and the community to play their full part in the great task of building the future of Africa. Both the teacher and the community must keep in mind the ideals that have enabled the African masses to bring the independence to a reality. The teacher has been part of this struggle. It is now the case that he should see the change through to the end in a position of knowledge. What he has done as a poorly equipped individual, he must now do a well informed member of the community. The African revolution is a joint challenge to the teacher and the changing society.