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This book offers a comparative and interdisciplinary study of languae issues in education in five Afican countries: Botswana, Burundi, Tanzania, Zaire, and Zimbabwe. It focuses on how the social, economic and political context affects classroom practice. It also advocates a critical approach to language in Africa - such as the need to unpack the ideology underlying the present policies and practices. Rubagumya's other publications include "Language in Education in Africa: A Tanzanian Perspective" (1990).
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