Ethiopian Education and the Influence of the West


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Client did not provide full bibliographic information for the writer to use; I tried to expand on the points already raised in the sources cited in the text (as well, I did not find any report by Haile Selassie in the reference list). 
Ethiopian education and the influence of the west
There has been a question posed as to whether Ethiopian education was influenced by the Western world in the first and second quarter of the twentieth century inasmuch as Ethiopia was never formally colonized by any European nation. As well, there is a question of what impact, if there was any impact, the Western world had upon education in Ethiopia and upon Ethiopians themselves. For what it is worth, it has long been argued that Western education and...
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