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Report of the Planning Meeting Proposing a Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa, Nairobi, 6–9 December 1977

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Background

In many Commonwealth African countries, polytechnics and other technical institutions began to teach at the technician level only during the sixties and early seventies. It soon became apparent that middle-level education - especially in engineering and technology - was very expensive, that relatively small numbers of technicians in particular categories were required by most of the countries, and that many new problems arose at this level of technician education. All this began to suggest that much closer co-operation between countries and between educational institutions was now needed.

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