Finance Potential for Cameroon

Cameroon's education department can use the returns on government-invested assets to help fund teachers' salaries, increase the number and quality of classrooms, and purchase school supplies and uniforms for students. In order to earn substantial returns, the precision with which these investments are made requires an advanced understanding and application of certain finance concepts. Primarily, … Continue reading Finance Potential for Cameroon

Integrated Technology in Cameroon’s Education

Classrooms in Cameroon are filled with students, as many as 100 in one class in some places, with limited resources to teach the children. This presents a dual problem where students teachers provide less attention to each student who has reduced access to additional books and materials. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization … Continue reading Integrated Technology in Cameroon’s Education

Applying Organizational Behavior Concepts to Teacher Training in Developing Countries

As the developed world quickly expands in size and technology, developing populations are falling behind in basic needs, such as education. A higher quality and more focused type of education is critically needed for these populations in order “to manage the meager resources under their control” and “to create opportunities for securing a livelihood or … Continue reading Applying Organizational Behavior Concepts to Teacher Training in Developing Countries

Analyzing Education in a Human World

Cameroon suffers from plights aplenty. If we consider each one, whether it be a shortage of clean water or inadequate transportation solutions, generations of improvements would stand on one foundational difficulty: insufficient education. Whereas in many developed countries where basic human rights are often satisfied, education can still be improved upon and often is needed. … Continue reading Analyzing Education in a Human World