By P. Higgs
The Africanisation of schooling is a hugely topical factor. The potentials and pitfalls of Africanisation have drawn loads of serious debate, either in Africa and overseas. After the political adjustments of 1994 in South Africa, there was renewed curiosity within the query of a distinctively African philosophy. This e-book presents a scientific and transparent exposition of an African voice in schooling, drawing on exceptional authors throughout Africa.
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The brain drain has had a profound impact on higher education and research in the continent. In most African countries south of the Sahara universities are home to the largest number of experts and, in some cases, they are the only national institutions with the structure and skills to undertake research or provide informed advice on various aspects of development. With the deterioration of the situation universities have started to lose personnel who have simply left their countries of origin in search of 'greener pastures'.
24 © Juta & Co Ltd 2 Some developed countries have put in place emigration policies and laws which actively seek to attract and retain qualified personnel from other parts of the world, with priority given to foreign graduate and research students studying in those countries. These causes, associated with retarded development in Africa, explain the massive exodus of qualified personnel who have left the continent in their thousands and have settled mostly in North America and Europe over the past ten to twenty years.
I do not believe that African scholars have to be Africanists, or should limit their theoretical concerns to so-called African studies. Though a critical appropriation and development of the Africanist heritage is today necessary in Africa, other disciplines such as mathematics, physics, the hard sciences as a whole, as well as engineering and the humanities and social sciences, have also to be appropriated and developed as a means for self-reliant development. However, I assume there should be specific ways of making these 'universal' issues meaningful in Africa and for the African people.
African Voices in Education by P. Higgs