Uganda is among many nations in sub-Saharan Africa that are trying simultaneously to expand higher education opportunities and to enhance the quality of higher-education offerings. These are particularly challenging goals in resource-rich environments and are even more difficulty in environments of more limited resources to include funding, administrative expertise, and exhausted institutional capacity for students. This paper summarizes the challenges faced and the goals articulated by Ugandan entities, and some sample strategies for address of the challenges.
Expanding Access and Quality in Uganda: The Challenges of Building a Plane While Flying It.
Vol. 40 Issue (1).
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