Detailed information about the book:
This book is a comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date account of the development of pre-university education in northern Ghana. It traces the emergence of the first primary schools, the emergence of British colonial educational policy in tropical Africa and discusses the staffing problems of the schools, church-State relations and the impact of the rise of African nationalism on the educational system in Ghana. The book is intended for historians and researchers with special interest in northern Ghana, and a valuable reference source for students and policy makers in education.
Professor Raymond Bagulo Bening holds a PhD in Political Geography from the London School of Economics. He has taught in universities in Ghana, Nigeria and Zimbabwe and he is the founding Vice-Chancellor of the University for Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana. He has authored several books and journal articles on Ghana’s administrative, regional and international boundaries.
Author: Bening, Raymond Bagulo
Size: 5⅞” x 8½”
Pages: xxii +580
Year of publication: 2015
Place of publication: Accra