Beyond a Learning Society? It Is All to Be Done Again, Zambia and Zimbabwe

Nov 27, 2006 | by
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This article considers the ways in which educators and learning societies in Zambia and Zimbabwe have had to struggle to create independent, democratic and critical curricula in difficult circumstances over the last 50 years in the context of historical shifts in power, a declining British Empire and the re-emergence of reactionary forces at a time when democracy is in retreat.