Seventh Commonwealth Education Conference Report

Ghana 1977

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Lead Papers: Education, Economic Policy and the National Budget: Adebayo Adedeji

To a large extent the pace of any society's development depends on the availability of an appropriate supply of skilled and educated manpower for harnessing and exploiting its resource endowments. This implies that a country's development does not only depend on endowments of natural resources and availability of capital resources, but, more importantly, on skilled and educated manpower with the proper attitudes and enthusiasm as the most essential precondition. Accordingly, the planning and development of education constitutes an integral part of the whole policy of social and economic development.


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