Published in 1967: The School in the Bush is about Missionary Education in British territories in Africa.
Part 1: The Background 1. Geography 2. History and Politics 3. Land and Labour Part 2: The Foreground 4. The Mission 5. The Village and the Village Teacher 6. Further Education and the Training of Teachers 7. Church and State in Administration 8. The Mother Tongue 9. The Content of African Education 10. The Form of African Education Part 3: The Middle Distance 11. The Missionary Societies 12. The Government 13. America in Africa 14. The Rationale of African Education Part 4. The Horizon 15. The Future of African Education
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