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By Michael Kariwo, Tatiana Gounko, Musembi Nungu

This can be a good crafted, well timed booklet that comes at a time whilst rather a lot is going on in larger schooling contexts internationally. essentially, it really is according to those international (and selectively neighborhood) developments that Kariwo, Gounko and Nungu compile a magnificent lineup of either demonstrated and rising students who in achieving a finished and severely developed viewpoint on tertiary schooling structures. jointly, the chapters during this paintings shall extend the epistemic barriers of the realm and its affiliated disciplines, and the ebook as a complete will vastly profit students, scholars, schooling coverage makers and the general public at huge. - Ali A. Abdi, Professor, college of Alberta This publication is a beneficial contribution to wisdom on greater schooling and offers a global point of view on concerns, demanding situations and dilemmas due to the swift enlargement of upper schooling. the amount is a superb textual content that integrates theoretical and analytical reports in addition to empirical neighborhood stories. The publication supplies a few insights on how diversified international locations and areas were responding to massification and gaining access to of upper schooling. it's going to attract researchers, graduate scholars and college in better or Post-Secondary schooling in addition to foreign and Comparative schooling. - Edward Shizha, affiliate Professor, Wilfrid Laurier college (Brantford Campus)

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2014 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved. M. KARIWO has managed to institutionalize itself in all spheres economic social and political. The current policy environment in Zimbabwe is very fluid because of the turbulent economic and political situation. Pal (2006) says, “Policy to put it simply, comes from those who have legitimate authority to impose normative guidelines for action. ” (p. 6). Long term policy documentation in Zimbabwe has become rare because of the unstable political and economic environment.

March 8, 2009, Issue No: 24. , & Gilson, L. (1994). Reforming the health sector in developing countries: The central role of policy analysis. Health Policy Planning, 9, 353–370. Weiler, H. N. (2000). States, Markets and University Funding: new paradigms for the reform of higher education in Europe. Compare: A journal of Comparative Education, 30(3), 333–339. Williams, P. R. C. (1989). Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Establishment of a Second University or Campus. Harare. 42 CYNTHIA FIELD & TATIANA GOUNKO 4.

This policy change resulted in lower enrolments at all institutions given that incomes of public servants were pegged initially at one hundred US dollars a month. The fees at university range from 400 to 800 US dollars depending on whether it is an undergraduate or post graduate program. The charging of fees at universities and other tertiary institutions was adopted as policy in 2001. This change sparked a series of student demonstrations because students were opposed to the change. One public university was closed for several months following clashes between the riot police and students.

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