Global Perspectives on Adult Education ( Hardcover ) by by Ali A. Abdi, Dip Kapoor Ph.D. (eds.)

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This 24 ● Edward Shizha and Ali A. Abdi transformation requires universities to provide expertise, experience, and leadership in workforce development and to generate transferable ideas and technologies from research to commercial applications (Sawyerr, 2002). Despite these noble requirements, developing countries are not committed financially and politically to channel adequate resources to higher education to help the future workforce gain a competitive edge in today’s increasingly competitive economy.

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