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  • Problems and Prospects of Service Sector - Education
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  • Consistency Between Policy and Practice: an Evaluation of How Two Basic Schools in Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana, Have Applied Curriculum Policy Implementation Guidelines in Social Studies and Religious and Moral Education.
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  • Education for national development
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  • Education
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  • Reforms of the German Education System
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  • Importance of Education
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  • Towards the Quality of Higher Education
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  • A Critical Appraisal of the Components of Taxation in Nigeria and Proposals for Law Reforms
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  • Napoleon's Revolutionized French Education System
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  • Alan Sears, Retooling the Mind Factory: Education in a Lean State
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  • Education in India
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  • Why We Need an Education System?
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