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Periodical articleAmanuel G.; Eba M. (2009)
Gender equity in EFL classroom teacher pupil interactions in a public school system in Addis Ababa
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 29 #1. June. p. 33-75.

Periodical articleBadasu, D.M. (2009)
Beyond equity and equality: voices of fear about gender advocacy in Ghana
Research Review. #19. p. 201-242.

Periodical articlePuja, G.K. (2009)
The challenges of gender equity: the response of selected African universities
Fountain (Nairobi, Kenya). #3. February. p. 12-26.

Periodical articleKadenyi, M.M.M.; Kegode, G.; Korir, R. (2008)
The role of African universities in promoting gender equality and empowerment of women: a philosophical critique
Eastern Africa Journal of Humanities and Sciences. Volume 8 #2. July-December. p. 25-35.

Periodical articleMatswetu, V.S. (2008)
Teachers' role dilemma in the gender socialisation of pupils
Dyke (Gweru, Zimbabwe). Volume 3 #1. p. 26-40.

Periodical articleTesfaye S. (2008)
Predicaments of female success in higher education in Ethiopia: impacts of gender role socialization and prior academic preparation
Ethiopian Journal of Development Research. Volume 30 #1. April. p. 85-132.

Periodical articleVarma, O.N. (2008)
New losers v/s invisible losers: gender and the hidden curriculum of primary schooling in Mauritius
Journal of Education (Réduit, Mauritius). Volume 6 #1. p. 53-68.

Periodical articleGaie, J.B.; Nleya, P.T. (2007)
Gender equity in technology and educational studies in Botswana: a moral appraisal
Pula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 21 #1. p. 158-178.

Periodical articleMacharia, J.W. (2007)
Gender and education: factors that limit girls and women's access to higher education in developing countries
Educator (Eldoret, Kenya). Volume 1 #2. p. 221-234.

Periodical articleMutekwe, E. (2007)
The teacher's role in the deconstruction of gender role stereotypes and in promoting gender-sensitivity in the school curriculum
Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education. Volume 14 #1. September. p. 13-33.

Periodical articleNegrón, Laura A. (2007)
See this publicationGender and education in post-apartheid South Africa: possibilities and limitations of the international human rights framework
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Peace and Human Rights. Volume 13 #2. p. 166-189.

Periodical articleOnsongo, J. (2007)
See this publicationThe growth of private universities in Kenya: implications for gender equity in higher education
Journal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 5 #2-3. p. 111-133.

Periodical articleOpolot-Okurut, C. (2007)
School and gender differences in mathematics achievement among primary-five pupils of Uganda
Makerere University Research Journal. Volume 2 #1. March. p. 35-42.

Periodical articlePashapa, P. (2007)
An exploration of the relationships between gender and the development of graphic representation in children between the ages of five and thirteen years
Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education. Volume 14 #1. September. p. 79-94.

Periodical articleTahir, N.M. (2007)
A woman's place is in the home: gender stereotyping in students' work
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 15 #1. December. p. 1-15.

Periodical articleNairesiae, E.A. (2006)
Gender and education challenges in the 21st century with special reference to institutions of learning: a case of primary schools in Kajiado District of Kenya
Educator (Eldoret, Kenya). Volume 1 #1. p. 113-119.

Periodical articleRuto-Korir, R. (2006)
Cross-border provision of higher education: bridging the gender gap in the case of Kenya
Educator (Eldoret, Kenya). Volume 1 #1. p. 161-170.

Periodical articleGoatlhobogwe, M. (2004)
An analysis of factors that influence boy's and girls' choices of design and technology projects at secondary school level in Botswana
Mosenodi. Volume 12 #1-2. p. 21-33.

Periodical articleShayo, R. (2004)
Towards promoting gender equality and equity in higher institutions of learning in Africa: the case of the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tanzanian Journal of Development Studies. Volume 5 #3. December. p. 53-74.

Periodical articleTilaye K. (2004)
Girls' achievement in mathematics in the upper primary school of Addis Ababa
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 24 #2. December. p. 67-100.

Periodical articleBhalalusesa, E.P. (2003)
Beyond access: an analysis of girls' and women's participation and performance in education in Tanzania
Papers in Education and Development. #23. p. 69-85.

Periodical articleAlausa, A.Y. (2001)
Gender differences in the popularity of mathematics among Namibian secondary school learners
NERA Journal. p. 8-21.

Periodical articleMalekela, G.A. (1996)
See this publicationTanzanian School Women Talking: Are the Traditional Patterns of Thinking Changing?
Utafiti. Volume 3 #2. p. 131-154.

Periodical articleMeena, Ruth (1996)
See this publicationSituational Analysis of Education of Girls/Women in Tanzania
Utafiti. Volume 3 #2. p. 39-90.

Periodical articlePossi, Mwajabu K. (1996)
See this publicationGender and Education of People with Disabilities in Tanzania
Utafiti. Volume 3 #2. p. 155-168.

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