Minimum Wage Influences Educational Progression in Africa
David S. Benders
Union College - Educational Studies Unit
March 24, 2012
Holistic development of civilization has a correlation to educational achievement and development. African nations low economics effect their educational progression and suggest that Africa itself may be slow in growth, achievement and developmental, due to low education. Minimum wage has a deep impact on this region of the world. International economic development initiatives appear to be least effective and the adverse impact most pervasive. Africa’s minimum wage policies have stunned or even halted progress. Lack of a standard minimum wage deters teachers from seeking employment in the region, diminishes tax revenues for educational purposes, and does little to motivate students to seek and complete formal education.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 6
Keywords: Kenya, African nation, educational progression, minimum wageworking papers series
Date posted: March 26, 2012
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