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The high rate of illiteracy in West Africa continues to attract the attention of the world and world agencies. Economic, political, cultural and religious factors constitute barriers to eradication of illiteracy in the sub-region. The targets of United Nations Millennium Development Goals Numbers 2 and 3 of achieving universal primary education and the elimination of gender disparity in 2015 respectively was not met. The issue of the lack of access to education that children face in West Africa is not exclusive to the girl-child alone. Boys are affected as well but for slightly different…mehr

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The high rate of illiteracy in West Africa continues to attract the attention of the world and world agencies. Economic, political, cultural and religious factors constitute barriers to eradication of illiteracy in the sub-region. The targets of United Nations Millennium Development Goals Numbers 2 and 3 of achieving universal primary education and the elimination of gender disparity in 2015 respectively was not met. The issue of the lack of access to education that children face in West Africa is not exclusive to the girl-child alone. Boys are affected as well but for slightly different reasons. As the sub-region continues to battle pervasive poverty, what are the long-time implications of the recent association of West African countries with China? Where do educational leaders within and outside the sub-region come in, in addressing these perennial issues? This book addresses these issues.
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Chinedum Oluwadamilola[B.Sc.Hons (Enugu), PGDE (Lagos), IPGCE & MA Ed (Nottingham), MBA & PhD (In view)]Chinedum is a seasoned educationist with over 23 years¿ experience in teaching, teacher supervision and development, facilitation and school administration. She is IT savvy, loves modern tech gadgets and is a mother to three young adults.