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Title:Modernisation of education in Uganda: from initiation rites to graduation ceremonies
Author:Lakidi, Dent OcayaISNI
Year:1974
Periodical:Mawazo
Volume:4
Issue:2
Pages:87-110
Language:English
Geographic term:Uganda
Subjects:education
traditional education
Abstract:Uganda has experienced at least four types of educational systems: 1) traditional African education; 2) Christian education; 3) Church Missionary Schools: 4) Secularized modern schools. Sections: Modernisation and religion - Modernisation and the fora, contents and symbols of education - The classification of traditional African education - Early traditional education of the child and its modernisation - Traditional education for social, political and jurat rights and responsibilities and how it has been modernised (Gikuyu; Acholi; Canda: Gisu) - Traditional educational system and traditional political system - The colonial modernisation of traditional education - Secular education under an independent African report (Castle Report of 1963; Government Sessional Paper no. 4) - Final examinations or graduation ceremonies in modern education - From falling 'in' to falling 'out' of things - Conclusions: from content etc. Ref.
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