Education in Rural Areas

Report of the Commonwealth Conference on Education in Rural Areas held at the University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, Ghana, 23 March to 2 April 1970

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Educational Media for the Development of Rural Education

Though rural communities are often richer in personal, face-to-face contacts than are urban communities they are poor in other respects. The poverty of personal life in newly urban communities is exemplified in accounts of the loneliness of the families who have been moved from slum buildings in large cities, and in the urbanised women in the Copper mines in Northern Zambia and the migrants on the edges of developing industrial towns such as Kumasi. The town is rich in mineral goods, in diversity of living and in the accessibility of new ideas.


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