|Dimensions||229 x 152 mm|
|Publisher||Fountain Publishers, Uganda|
Language and Literacy in Uganda
Towards a Sustainable Reading Culture
edited by Kate Parry
Uganda's linguistic situation is complex. These papers from two conferences at Makerere University present a coherent and current picture. The book is divided into five parts: an overview of language and literacy issues in both Ugandan and international contexts; the issue of language for national communication; the role of local language in the education system; national policies and practices in teaching literacy and literature; and ways of encouraging a reading culture in Uganda.
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About the Editor
Kate Parry is a professor at Hunter College, City University of New York, and a leading figure in the promotion of literacy in Uganda.