The Impact Of The Economic Structural Adjustment Programme On Education In Zimbabwe
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This paper discusses the impact that the Economic Structural Adjustment Programme (ESAP) has had on the education system in Zimbabwe. It contrasts the racially based colonial education system with the democratic one introduced at independence. The paper then shows how the ESAP has adversely affected the quality of the democratic education introduced at independence. The effective re-incarnation of the previously discarded differential education system is explained in the process. The paper uses much historical data to bring out these phenomena.