1970-1979

Dissertation: The Influences on Academic Achievement in Uganda: A ‘Coleman Report’ from a Non-Industrial Society. PhD. University of Chicago. 1975.


17. Schooling, Academic Performance and Occupational Attainment in a Non-Industrialized Society. Washington DC: University Press of America. 1979. (co-authored with Janice K. Currie)

16. Why Impoverished Children Do Well in Ugandan Schools. Comparative Education June 197 15(2): 175-185.

15. The Career Education Debate: Where the Differences Lie. Teachers College Record May 1979 80(4): 660-688.

14. Adolescence Obligations and Educational Policy. American Biology Teacher Oct 1978 40(7): 423-432.

13. Textbooks and Achievement in Developing Countries: What We Know. Washington DC: World Bank Staff Working Paper No. 298. Oct 1978. (co-authored with Joseph P. Farrel and Manuel Sepulveda-Stuardo.

12. Differences in Construction, Facilities, Equipment and Academic Achievement among Ugandan Primary Schools International Review of Education 1977 23: 35-46

11. Relationships Between the Primary School Community and Academic Achievement in Uganda Journal of Developing Areas Jan 1977 11(2): 245-259.

10. The Frequency and Quality of Measures Utilized in Federally Sponsored Research on Children and Adolescents American Educational Research Journal Spring 1977 14(2): 99-113 (co-authored with Pamela Mintz) 

9. Influences on Academic Achievement- A Comparison of Results from Uganda and More Industrialized Societies Sociology of Education Jul 1976 49(3): 200-211.

8. A Brief Note on the Relationship Between Socioeconomic Status and Test Performance among Ugandan Primary School Children Comparative Education Review 1976 20(1): 42-47.

7. Continuing Issues in Adolescence: Transition to Adulthood Debates Journal of Youth and Adolescence  1976 5(4): 309-323.

6. Relationships Between Teacher Characteristics and Differences in Academic Achievement Among Ugandan Primary Schools. Education in East Africa 6, Nov 1975.

5. Changes in Efficiency and Equity Accruing from Government Involvent in Ugandan Primary Education. African Studies Review Apr 1975;51-60.

Toward Interagency Coordination – Third Annual Report. Prepared for the Inter-Agency Panel for Research and Development on Adolescence. Washington DC: George Washington University Social Research Group. Dec 1975.

4. Toward Interagency Coordination – Second Annual Report. Prepared for the Inter-Agency Panel for Research and Development on Adolescence. Washington DC: George Washington University Social Research Group. Dec 1974

3. Fallacies in Educational Economics: Some Heresies Relevant to African Planning. Manpower and Unemployment Research in Africa Apr 1972: 31-37

2. The Formal School as a Traditional Institution in an Underdeveloped Society: The Case of Northern Malawi. Pedagogica Historica Nov 1972 12(2):460-472.

1. The Conflict Over What is Learned in School: A History of Curriculum Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa (monograph) Syracuse: Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Center for East African Studies. 1971.

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