By Michael Kariwo, Tatiana Gounko, Musembi Nungu
This can be a good crafted, well timed e-book that comes at a time whilst lots is occurring in larger schooling contexts internationally. sincerely, it really is in keeping with those worldwide (and selectively neighborhood) developments that Kariwo, Gounko and Nungu compile a powerful lineup of either tested and rising students who in attaining a finished and severely developed standpoint on tertiary schooling platforms. jointly, the chapters during this paintings shall extend the epistemic limitations of the realm and its affiliated disciplines, and the ebook as an entire will drastically gain students, scholars, schooling coverage makers and the general public at huge. - Ali A. Abdi, Professor, college of Alberta This ebook is a helpful contribution to wisdom on greater schooling and gives a world point of view on matters, demanding situations and dilemmas because of the quick enlargement of upper schooling. the amount is a wonderful textual content that integrates theoretical and analytical experiences in addition to empirical local experiences. The booklet supplies a few insights on how diverse nations and areas were responding to massification and having access to of upper schooling. it's going to attract researchers, graduate scholars and school in better or Post-Secondary schooling in addition to overseas and Comparative schooling. - Edward Shizha, affiliate Professor, Wilfrid Laurier collage (Brantford Campus)
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A Comparative Analysis of Higher Education Systems: Issues, Challenges and Dilemmas by Michael Kariwo, Tatiana Gounko, Musembi Nungu