A Handbook for Planners: Design for Change, Higher Education m the Service of Developing Countries.—By Barbara R. Fogel; New York: International Council for Educational Development, pp, 71.

Sohail J. Malik


This concise handbook entitled "Design for Change, Higher
Education in the service of Developing Countries" by Barbara R. Fogel is
a brief report on a two year study sponsored by the International
Council for Educational Development (ICED). The study which was
completed in 1976, was presented in two volumes "Higher Education and
Social Change" by K. W. Thomson and Barbara R. Fogel and a second volume
comprising of twenty five case studies. The handbook under review
contains extracts from the two volumes as well as highlights of the
minutes of numerous meetings held to make recommendations to
administrators, students, faculty, government agencies, and
international and national donor agencies, on how higher education can
best be used by developing countries. This booklet covers eight chapters
in seventy one pages which include thirteen pages of appendices listing
the questionnaire on which this study was based.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30541/v17i1pp.133-135


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