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|Title||Education in British Tropical Africa|
|Section||Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007|
|Library||The National Archives|
|Places||Kenya (i3, 6), Somalia, Somaliland (i6), Uganda (i3, 6, 8), Ethiopia (i7), Sierra Leone (i6), The Gambia (i6), Ghana, The Gold Coast (i6), Nigeria (i6), Togoland (i6), the Cameroons (i6), Zanzibar (i6), Malawi, Nysaland (i6), Tanganyika (i6), South Africa, Zimbabwe, Northern Rhodesia (i6), Sahara (i7)|
|Topics||government papers, Colonial Office, education, International Colonial Institute (i2), health and disease (i7), epidemic (i4), 'races and languages' (i6-7), 'occupation' (i7), religion (i7-9), Islam (i7), Christianity (i7-9), slavery, slave trade (i8), 'civilisations' (i9), tradition, customs (i9), 'Historical' (i9-11), 'the tribal community' (i12), 'tribal schools' (i12-14), 'education in 1925' (i14-16), 'advisory education committee in London' (i16-18), 'education policy' (i18), 'African research' (i18-19), 'present organisation of education' (i19-20), 'cooperation with private bodies' (i20), 'language' (i20-21), 'the place of the school in the community' (i21-22), 'vocational training' (i22), 'teachers' training and secondary education' (i22-23), 'African staff' (i23)|
|Copyright||The National Archives|