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This book deals with gender issues and subject selection in at 'O' Level.
The book focuses on gender issues ineducation particularly subject selection from a Zimbabwean context and also draws comparisons with studies carried elsewhere in the world.
The book presents the perceptions of students and teachers on the relationship between gender and subject selection.
These perceptions and views are very useful for teachers in their attempts to implement gender sensitive pedagogy in the classroom.
The book also provides useful information for both teachers and policy makers in their attempts to implement gender equity in education.
Francis Muchenje is a lecturer in Sociology of Education at the University of Zimbabwe.
He has more than two decades of experience in the teaching profession in Zimbabwe and has taught at all levels of the country's education system.
Francis has a lot of interest in gender and education, multicultural education as well as indigenous.
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