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The Commonwealth Casebook for School Administrators

Case Studies in Theory and Practice

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Introduction

People in the Western World often speak of the Third World as if it were homogeneous and readily understood, a simplified, less advanced world than their own. But in reality, it is a world of great diversity, and complexity. In the aftermath of the colonial period it is subjected to extreme social and political upheaval as new ideas come into conflict with traditional values.

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