DONALD K. ADAMS is professor emeritus of the University of Pittsburgh. His international experience includes work with the Asian Development Bank, USAID, World Bank, and UNESCO in educational planning, policy analysis, and evaluation in over 25 Asian, African, and Latin American countries. He is author of several books and over 100 articles, book chapters, monographs, and reports. He is an Honorary Fellow and past President of the Comparative and International Education Society.
NTAL-I'MBIRWA ALIMASI is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Administrative and Policy Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, specializing in International and Development Education. He has consulted for various national and international organizations in management and community development, and taught and trained educators across Africa and in the United States. His current research interests and social concerns are perhaps best summarized in the working tide of his dissertation proposal, "Development Assistance and Empowerment: A Bystander Reading of Instantiated USAID Education Assistance Rhetoric in Guinea and Mali." He is currently assistant to the co-directors of Pittsburgh's Institute for International Studies in Education.
KATHRYN M. ANDERSON-LEVITT is a professor of anthropology at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the editor of the Anthropology and Education Quarterly (1995 through 2000). Her ethnographic and comparative