Education in Fiji : policy, problems and progress in primary and secondary education, 1939-1973
This study analyses government education policy in Fiji since 1939, within the context of the develop ment of primary and secondary schooling. It shows how policy has been influenced primarily by the rising tide of social demand for schooling and by the economic importance attached to education as a source of skilled manpower. Throughout the period under review there has been a constant imbalance between the quantity and quality of education, which as been accentuated by the...[Show more]
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