The provisions of adult education programs in Zambia are described and discussed with emphasis on the idea that adult education should be seen as an instrument for promoting the dignity of man with effective programs flexible and responsive enough to meet the needs of the individual regardless of his formal education or where he may be. (WL)Author: B. L. Sinyangwe. the following were brought out in this collection of papers and recommendations of an adult education seminar held at the staff training college, lusaka, zambia--at the time of independence in zambia in 1964, adult education facilities existed in only three provinces on the railroad line, and over 60 percent of the population had no facilities.
Lower education in Zambia is divided into three levels; primary, junior, secondary and upper secondary. Higher education in Zambia has improved in the recent years due to the increase of private universities and colleges. The biggest university is the public University of . Adult education, distinct from child education, is a practice in which adults engage in systematic and sustained self-educating activities in order to gain new forms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, or values.
Zambia - Zambia - Education: At independence Zambia had one of the most poorly developed education systems of Britain’s former colonies, with just 109 university graduates and less than 0.5 percent of the population estimated to have completed primary education. Among these, African women were almost entirely absent. The country has since invested heavily in education at all levels. Development of Adult Education in Zambia: Ms S Banda: AE 132: Statistics in Adult Education: Mr D M Syakalima: AE 142: Philosophy of Adult Education: Mr S W M Phiri: 2 ND YEAR: FIRST SEMESTER: LECTURER: ED 205: Gender Issues: Mr M Changala: AE 211: Administration in Adult Education: Dr D M Sibalwa: AE 231: Research Methods in Adult Education.