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Getting books to school pupils in Africa - Education Research Paper No. 26, 1998, 134 p.













Table of Contents


CASE STUDIES FROM

Ghana and Tanzania - Diana Rosenberg
Mali - Amadou Békaye Sidibé
South Africa - Thuli Radebe
Mozambique - Wanda do Amaral
Kenya - Cephas Odini

Edited by Diana Rosenberg

June 1998

Serial No. 26
ISBN: 186192 0512

Department for International Development


Table of Contents


Department for International Development - Education papers

List of other DFID education papers available in this series

Preface

List of authors

List of abbreviations and acronyms

Chapter one - Introduction

Supplementary reading: definition and role
School libraries in Africa
Other access modalities
Case studies
Preliminary workshop
Problems and limitations
References

Chapter two - School library services: Ghana and Tanzania

Origins of school library services in Africa
Activities and achievements
Reasons for failure
Evaluation and conclusions
References

Chapter three - School libraries: Mali

Background
Methodology
'A library in every school' programme
Libraries at the secondary level
Conclusion
Recommendations
References

Chapter four - Classroom libraries: South Africa

Background
READ educational trust
READ's classroom libraries
Methodology
Findings
Conclusion
Notes
References

Chapter five - Book box libraries: Mozambique

Background
Book box libraries
Methodology
Findings
Evaluation
Conclusion
References
Interviews

Chapter six - Teachers advisory centres: Kenya

Background
Teachers advisory centres
Methodology
Findings
Evaluation
Conclusion
References

Chapter seven - Conclusions

Teacher involvement/training
Support and monitoring
Book accessibility and availability
Costs and cost-effectiveness
Role of NGOs
Sustainability
Implications

Appendix data collection instruments

1. School library services: Ghana and Tanzania
2. Classroom libraries: South Africa
3. Teachers Advisory Centres: Kenya