African Mathematics – A Book Review

Written by Dr. Chika Ezeanya and published by African Studies Quarterly | Volume 14, Issue 4 | September 2014 http://www.africa.ufl.edu/asq/pdfs/v14i4a5.pdf   The poor quality of teaching, the low absorption rate of learners, and the general fear of and dislike for mathematics across Africa south of the Sahara is well documented. The root of this challenge … Continue reading African Mathematics – A Book Review

After 2015, then what? Africa in a post-MDGs era

In view of the under-achievement record of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), global policy makers have set out on a search for a more veritable replacement ahead of its 2015 expiration date. Designed in 2000 by developed countries on behalf of developing countries, the MDGs were collectively promoted as a near-final solution to the development … Continue reading After 2015, then what? Africa in a post-MDGs era