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    Foundations, United States Foreign Policy, and African Education, 1945-1975

    Edward H. Berman
    In this essay Edward Berman explores the way in which the relationship between United States foreign policy and the major American foundations has helped to shape African educational policy since 1945. Berman contends that the foundations, in particular Ford, Rockefeller, and the Carnegie Corporation, have directed their support at areas of political or economic importance to American corporate interests—to the possible detriment of the needs of the developing nations themselves.

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    Summer 1979 Issue

    Abstracts

    Foundations, United States Foreign Policy, and African Education, 1945-1975
    Edward H. Berman
    Responses to Edward H. Berman
    School Busing in Britain
    Policies and Perceptions
    Lewis M. Killian
    The Sensitivity of Measures of School Effectiveness
    George F. Madaus, Thomas Kellaghan, Ernest A. Rakow, Denis J. King
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