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Changing Regimes and Educational Development in Cameroon

by Mathew B. Gwanfogbe

This book provides an in-depth study of the nature and pattern of educational development in Cameroon from 1844 to the post-independence period. Drawing upon a wide range of sources including hitherto unused archival material and formal interviews with people involved in Cameroon’s pre-colonial, colonial and postcolonial educational traditions, the result is an elegantly written history enlivened by illustrative texts and archival pictures.

ISBN 9781942876236 | 218 pages | 234 x 156 mm | 2018 | Spears Media Press, Cameroon | Paperback



"This luminous and accessible history of Cameroon education offers profound and crucial insights on the nature and pattern of educational development. It will be a required reading not only for all those connected with history and the history of Cameroon education but also for anyone interested in teaching, learning and policy development in education."

Prof Jerry K. Domatob

"To simply and briefly acknowledge a complex academic treatise, I testify to Dr. Mathew Gwanfogbe’s book having emerged from and reflecting a delightful personality, whose elegant simplicity and devotion to excellence has created a timeless scholarly companion for the intellectual community in general, educators and history students in particular."

Prof. Bame Nsamenang



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